Hunter’s early addiction to the smell of printed books led her to spend most of her childhood in libraries and bookstores. There she fell in love with stories featuring medieval castles, ghosts, and handsome heroes. She developed her writing skills in high school, when in English class she penned a weekly saga about two love struck teenagers, Tami and Rick, using her assigned vocabulary words. As adults, Tami and Rick would be featured in her very first novel, Trail of Love, which is locked away in a dusty corner of her filing cabinet to be laughed at in her old age.
Hunter continued to write in college, but went on to explore careers in graphic design, the culinary arts, and dog grooming before returning to graduate school to get her MA in British history. To pay the bills she spends her days working for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. In order to appease her muse, she writes the kind of fiction that keeps her sane. She adores romance in all forms, but prefers her stories with two heroes that find their happily-ever-afters with each other.
Though born in same year as Star Wars, she’d rather watch Spaceballs (or any Mel Brooks movies really), or Monty Python, MST3K. and cheesy romantic comedies from the ’80s and ’90s. Her wacky sense of humor is only paralleled by her hopeless romanticism. She’s a goth at heart and a sucker for men with long hair. She loves everything British, but insists tea be drunk without milk. She’s a pescetarian with vegan tendencies and has two fat little cats named after her favorite beverages – Latte and Java. She does her best to stay cool under the hot sun of Las Vegas, residing there with her long-haired husband until they can move closer to the ocean or at least someplace with more green.
Feel free to connect with her through any of her social media accounts, or send her an email at hunter (at) hunterfrost (dot) net. She welcomes messages from readers and/or Brits looking to adopt.