About the Author
Nineteenth-century writer Emily Bronte wrote only one novel in her short lifetime--but it was the tragic tour de force Wuthering Heights, a work of such power and force that it endures to this day. As far as we know, she died a virgin. Here's hoping that she got laid in heaven.
Annabella Bloom is the pseudonym of Beth Williamson, author of A Stranger's Secrets, a multipublished, award-winning author known mostly for her historical and contemporary romance. She writes steamy cowboy romances--"Read a book, ride a cowboy!"--under her own name as well as the pseudonym Emma Lang. She was named a 2009 Career Achievement Award Nominee by Romantic Times magazine. Her website is www.bethwilliamson.com.