Natalie J. Damschroder

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Natalie J. Damschroder’s works span the continuum of escapist literature. She loves romance, and it's not only rare for her to read a book that doesn't have some kind of romance in it, it's impossible for her to write one. But she also loves heart-pounding excitement, life-or-death stakes, and complex villains just begging to be defeated. You'll find all of that in many of her books and stories, whether they're contemporary or paranormal. Damschroder's backlist encompasses worlds of romance from here to space and other dimensions, worlds never before seen. Worlds of passion and adventure, and worlds just like our own. Whether in bite-sized pieces (short stories), heftier snacks (novellas), or full-course meals (novels), you are invited to Indulge Yourself

Natalie J. Damschroder started out a single mother whose main goal was independence. After she got that worked out, she became a banker who fell in love with a stripper, then a pregnant woman left with nothing, who ALSO fell in love with a (different) stripper.

Since then, she's been transported to a new dimension that she helped to save—twice—seduced her favorite actor, had zero-gravity sex on a moon station...oh, and kicked butt as a former NSA operative. And she did all of that in her jammies.

What in the world could be a better job than writer?

In real life, Natalie J. Damschroder became a writer the hard way—by avoiding it. Though she wrote her first book at age five (titled My Very Own Reading Book) and received accolades for her academic writing (Ruth Davies Award for Excellence in Writing for a paper on deforestation her senior year in college), she hated doing it. Colonial food and the habits of the European Starling just weren’t her thing.

Shortly after graduating from college, however, she found her niche—romantic fiction. After an internship with the National Geographic Society, customer service for a phone company just wasn’t that exciting. So she began learning how to write the books she’d loved to read all her life. Four books and six years later, she finally sold. Now she struggles to balance her frenetic writing life (how else can she get all the stories in her head on paper?) with her family, the most supportive husband in the world and two beautiful, intelligent, stubborn, independent daughters (one of whom has already declared her desire to be a writer, too).

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*These titles can also be found in the paperback collection Indulgence. **These titles can also be found in the paperback collection Indulgence II.

Short Stories

Series/Related Titles

Black Tie, Inc.

Logan McKnight

Brook Hollow Trilogy

Blue Silver

Elemental Magic