Natasha grew up as a tomboy hanging with the guys, getting skinned knees, and swimming in the South Florida sun. Tattoos, Jack Daniels, and hanging at the pool are three of her favorite things. Her short story, I, Alphabet received second place in the 2017 Writer’s Digest 86th Annual Writing Competition, and she is represented by Laura Bradford of the Bradford Literary Agency. When Natasha isn’t writing or reading, she can generally be found toddler-wrangling, hanging at the pool with the family, or nerding out in some form or another—and on some days, it’s quite possible she’s doing all three at once.
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Shadow Rider Series by Christine Feehan
In Rides Trouble by Julie Ann Walker
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