Kari Lemor

Biography

Kari Lemor grew up as a voracious reader and was one of those kids who read with a flashlight under the covers. She always loved the stories that had a touch of romance to them. Nancy Drew, the Hardy Boys, even Trixie Belden had a special someone, in her mind anyway. If there wasn’t any romance, she would add some, even to all the TV shows she watched.

As she grew older she was known to pilfer her mother’s romance novels from the ‘done‘ pile. She would quickly devour them and then be sad they were finished. So she would go to bed and continue the stories or write her own, in her head. All of these stories were always romance. It wasn’t until a few years ago, and the urging of some friends, that she decided to try putting those stories on paper. Surprisingly, to her anyway, they weren’t half bad.

For a few years she only wrote for herself and some ‘fans’ who followed her online journal. Only recently did she decide to write something for publication. She has several works in progress as well as a short story. Her short story "Canobie Kisses" is included in the NH Live Free or Die Anthology that is part of the NH Pulp Fiction series. She has a novella, "Unstable Ground" that was released in the Beautiful Disaster anthology March 2016. She has recently signed a three book contract with Kensington Publishing for a romantic suspense series. All three books will be out in 2017.

She continues to read and write anything romance.

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Books

A Witch by Chance
Price: Free! Words: 11,280. Language: English. Published: October 13, 2014 by Written Fireside. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal, Fiction » Romance » Fantasy
What do you get when you combine a grimoire, a black cat named Karma, and a sexy stranger? Ivy Mitchell’s life is changed forever when she stumbles upon a strange book, attracting Chance, a wickedly hot spirit with designs on Halloween’s newest witch. A short story in nine parts, each written by a different writer in her own individual style. Length: 4300 words.

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