Maggie Davis was born in Virginia and raised in New York City. She is also known as Katherine Deauxville and Maggie Daniels. Her novel (written as Daniels) A Christmas Romance was made into a CBS television movie of the same name in 1994. Her novel The Last Male Virgin was also optioned for a film. She has written for a variety of magazines and was a feature writer for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. She is the winner of four Reviewer's Choice Awards and one Lifetime Achievement Award for romantic comedy from Romantic Times Magazine, and received the Silver Pen Award from Affaire de Coeur magazine. She is a member of Novelists Inc. and the Science Fiction Writers of America.
As an author for Harlequin Temptation, Maggie Davis published one novel.