Caroline Bell Foster was born in Derby, England and with her family went on a six week holiday to Jamaica. She stayed for 18 years!
Ever the adventurer Caroline bought her first pair of high heels in Toronto and traded her pink sunglasses for a bus ride in the Rift Valley at 18. She wrote her first short story on that bus and had it published the following year in a local newspaper.
Caroline has always written in one form or another from a very young age. She started her first diary at age 7 and short stories and articles kept her occupied throughout her teens. Feeling the restrictions of short stories for newspapers, Caroline switched to full length novels letting her creativity flow.
Caroline is also known as ‘The Caribbeans’ Leading Lady of Love.’ as her novels Ladies’ Jamaican, Caribbean Whisper’s and Saffron’s Choice reflect her love for the Islands.
Caroline’s fourth novel Call Me Royal is set in a Call Center/Contact Centre and is the first of the Call Center/Contact Centre series and reflects modern day Britain with its interracial theme. This book is Caroline's first Indie published works.
The author now lives in Nottingham, England with her husband and two children.
Della lived her life by one word. Safe. She worked nights at a call center. She didn't do excitement. Everything and everyone had their place. Then Spencer Chandler-Wright walks onto her floor demanding answers to questions he had lost the right to ask. Spencer wants her back, but she lives her life by the Livity now. To love her was to accept her. But could he?