Anna Adams wrote her first romance on the beach in wet sand with a stick. These days she uses modern tools to write the kind of stories she loves best–romance that involves everyone in the family–and often the whole community. Love between two people, like the proverbial stone in a lake. The ripples of their feelings spread and contract, bringing conflict and “help” from the people who care most about them.
Anna is in the middle of one of those stories, with her own hero. From Iceland to Hawaii, and points in between, they’ve shared their lives with children and family and friends who’ve become family.
Right now, they’re living in a small southern town, whose square has become the model for the one where much of the action happens in Honesty, Virginia. In fact, Anna wrote much of A Conflict of Interest, her latest release, in a coffee shop looking out at the courthouse that features in the story.
All this living and loving gives Anna plenty of fodder to dream up stories of real love set in real life. Come along and live them with her!