About Me

karenbooth_authorphotoI’m Karen Booth, a Midwestern girl transplanted in the South, raised on 80s music, Judy Blume, and the films of John Hughes. An early preoccupation with Rock ‘n’ Roll led me to spend my twenties working my way from intern to executive in the music industry. Several of my books revolve around the world of backstage passes and band dynamics, but I don’t limit myself to rock star romances. I write big city love stories, too. More than anything, I love to write about the crazy ways in which we find the right person.

When I’m not creating hunky fictional men and the women who test them, I’m listening to everything from Otis Redding to the aforementioned Duran Duran to Superchunk with my kids, honing my Southern cooking skills (I make some mean collards), or sweet-talking my astoundingly supportive husband into whipping up a batch of cocktails.

Out now or coming soon:

Taking Dictation, erotic short story featured in the Felt Tips anthology (the world’s first erotic office-supply themed anthology for charity!), edited by Tiffany Reisz

Bring Me Back, contemporary romance to be re-released March, 2016.

Claire’s Diary, the prequel to Bring Me Back, available as free download or in print from Lulu.com.

Love Plus One, contemporary erotic romance to be re-released.

Back Forever, the sequel to Bring Me Back, contemporary romance to be re-released March, 2016.

Hiding in the Spotlight, self-published contemporary romance.

Forever Now, contemporary erotic romance published by Ellora’s Cave.

Rock Starred: Love My Way, re-release of Love My Way, complete with new chapters.

London Calling, re-release of Long-Distance Lovers with Karen Stivali, complete with an all-new epilogue.

The KISS Principle, re-release of For Keeps.

That Night With the CEO, my debut for Harlequin Desire.

Pregnant by the Rival CEO, for Harlequin Desire.

Save a Prayer, for ‘80s Mix Tape anthology, published by Pink Kayak Press.

The CEO Daddy Next Door, for Harlequin Desire, out August 2016.




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