Also writes as Roslynn Griffith, Patrice Lindsey, RoseAnne McKenna, Lynn Patrick, Roslyn Patrick, Patricia Pinianski, Jeanne Rose
Patricia Rosemoor has always had a fascination with "Dangerous Love" and so has concentrated her work around romance and danger, whether it's for Harlequin Intrigue or Blaze or Silhouette Bombshell. She's the last of the original Intrigue authors still writing for the line--her first Intrigue was published in 1986. She has been nominated for awards from Romantic Times Book Club several times, and she's won both a Reviewers Choice Award and a Career Achievement Award for Series Romantic Suspense.
Writing pulse-pounding novels wasn't Patricia's first career. She was a stringer for a local newspaper (at 16), assistant editor on a professional magazine, a Radio-Television Producer for The Chicago Public Schools and Supervisor of Television Production for Harper College. She's dabbled in most media for profit or fun--the most fun having been a photographer (and actress) for a Chicago theater in her lurid youth.