Hi, I’m Nan and I’m a USA Today bestselling author of sweet and sensual romance novels featuring women in their prime. I’m also a wife, a mom, a mother-in-law, and grandmother to an active little boy and two sweet dogs. I’ve been an antiques dealer, a bank teller, a stay-at-home mom, a secretary, and for the last 25 years, I’ve earned my living as a freelance copy editor and proofreader.
But writing is my first and most enduring passion. I can’t remember a time in my life when I wasn’t writing—I wrote my first romance novel at the age of ten. It involved a love story between the most sophisticated person I knew at the time, my older sister (who was in high school!), and a member of Herman’s Hermits. If you know who they are, you’re my audience! I’m still writing romance, but this time from the viewpoint of a wiser, slightly rumpled, woman in her prime instead of a starry-eyed preteen.
I’ve completed nine novels; Rule Number One is published and available at Amazon.com and Barnes&Noble.com. The other four, which are part of the Women of Willow Bay series, Once More From the Top, Sex and the Widow Miles, The Summer of Second Chances, and Saving Sarah are also available in e-book and print at all book retailers. My series, The Four Irish Brothers Winery, from Tule Publishing, includes A Small Town Christmas, Meant to Be, Christmas with You, and The Baby Contract, which are all currently available now in e-book and print from all book retailers. I am currently hard at work on The Weaver Sisters, a new series for Tule Publishing, with the first book due out in 2023. In the meantime, watch for The Lange Brothers series–The Valentine Wager, Falling for the Doctor, and The Fireman’s Christmas Wish—all released in 2022. Her third River’s Edge series, The Weaver Sisters trilogy begins releasing in April 2023 with Jasmine’s Weaver’s story, The Carpenter’s Heart.
Contact me at nan at nanreinhardt.com, find me on Facebook and Instagram or follow me on Twitter. Also here is my Linktree link.
Nan Reinhardt is a member of the Romance Writers of America, the Indiana RWA, the Editorial Freelancers Association, Indy Publishing Freelancers Network, and the Freelancers Union.
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will Vinnie the cop have his on happily ever after?
I’m thinking no–Vinnie was a villain and too secondary a character to get an HEA. He’d have to move to River’s Edge and that’s unlikely. All that said, there’s always a chance because you know, River’s Edge is a magical place… 😉
I just finished A Small Town Christmas, and fell in love with the characters! I truly hope this will be made into a Hallmark movie. It certainly has all the makings of a great movie!
Thank you so much, Marilyn! Sure appreciate your kind words. Glad you enjoyed the story, hope you’ll go on in the series!
Really loved the Four Irish Brothers series!
Thank you, Cathy!