Vonnie Davis is an award-winning, international author who writes mainly contemporary and paranormal romance, often with strong elements of suspense and dashes of humor. She likens herself to a croissant: warm, crusty, wrinkled, a tad flaky—and best served with strong coffee.
Vonnie’s heroes are always that delightful blend of alpha male with a chewy beta center. And her heroines? Her heroines are feisty females, who take life’s adversities and turn them into advantages. The settings for her stories range from the gulf side of Florida to the Scottish Highlands to the hill country of Texas to her favorite city, Paris. Yet the home-base for each plot resides within the reader’s heart, where the hope of everlasting love dwells.
Although she began her writing career with The Wild Rose Press, moving onto HarperImpulse, she now writes exclusively for LoveSwept Random House and, occasionally, self-publishes.
Vonnie lives in southern Virginia with her hero and author husband, Calvin Davis. She’s been blessed by six fantastic grandchildren and three grown children, who take pride in the fact Mom is finally pursuing her life-long dream of writing.
Now that they are “technically” retired, if one can call writing ten hours a day retirement, she and Calvin love to travel. Paris is their favorite destination, followed by Berlin, where Calvin’s son lives, and wherever Vonnie’s book ideas take them. And, of course, going to see the grandkids is always a special treat. Here, Vonnie is enjoying a café au lait on rue Galande in Paris.
Vonnie and Calvin met on the Internet at match dot com. Two old fogies looking for love online. Can you dig it? They married a year to the day from when she received her first email from him. That was twelve years ago. He’s a retired English teacher who writes love stories where the heroine always dies. Vonnie claims if he ever starts writing about her, he’s in big trouble!
She loves hearing from her readers. You may e-mail her at email@example.com and please put “Romance Reader” in the subject line so she knows it’s not SPAM.