Kate Freiman is the national best-selling, award-winning, critically-acclaimed author of eight full-length romance novels and two romance novellas.
Kate was born in Hartford, Connecticut. After falling in love with one of her literature profs while studying for her Master’s Degree, she followed her heart to Canada, and claims to be bi-lingual in both American and Canadian English. Kate is an avid reader, a fan of Animal Planet and an intrepid (and sore) gardener. She enjoys travel, but, being a Taurus, is a homebody at heart. (She’s also a Metal Tiger.) There’s always music playing in Kate’s house, usually classical, but she’s been known to crank up the volume on classic rock (which was contemporary rock when she first heard it!).
Kate started telling stories with happy endings when she was a small child, after being traumatized by the original film version of Frankenstein. She nurtured her story-telling talents throughout her adolescent years, primarily to stay out of trouble. Although Kate was told by her fourth grade teacher that only boys could be authors (it was a long time ago, okay?), she’s very glad she persevered.