Marguerite Arotin has been writing since the third grade when she wrote her first story for a Halloween class project and loved the praise she got from it. She didn’t pick up her first romance novel, however, until the age of nineteen when she met her husband who showed her that true love does exist.
A fascination with local history led her to write The Locktender's Daughter, which was published with Wings ePress, Inc. in May of 2007. A love of music, fantasy, and good old fashioned Western Romances led to two more contracts with The Wild Rose Press.
When she's not lost in her own imgination or surfing the net on her laptop with a cat on her lap, Marguerite spends her days chasing her son around the house and making sure he doesn't get into trouble.