REBECCA TAYLOR was born to a single, British teen during a February blizzard in Green Bay, Wisconsin. When she was three, her mother met and married a US Marine. Like many children of military families, she spent the next fifteen years of her life moving. From Canada to Okinawa, and then all over the United States, she attended eight different schools before graduating high school.
Not really understanding how people manage to stay in one place for more that twelve months, she spent her twenties working as a domestic and international flight attendant and pursing degrees in psychology and sociology. It was while pregnant with her first child, and working on her graduate degree in school psychology, that she began writing fiction.
She has since written seven novels; ASCENDANT won the Colorado Book Award and AFFECTIVE NEEDS was a finalist for the Romance Writers of America RITA Award. HER PERFECT LIFE is her first work of women’s fiction and will be published by Sourcebooks in 2020.
Thankfully, Rebecca did eventually learn how to sit and stay. She currently lives in sunny Colorado with her husband, two teens, and two tragically spoiled dogs.