USA Today and Amazon bestselling author Heather Horrocks lived overseas for her first seventeen years, waterskied through an oil slick in the Persian Gulf, partied with a Kuwaiti princess classmate, hid under the bed with her mother during a South American coup, flew in and out of the blacked-out Cairo airport mere moments before it was bombed during the Six Day War, rode a camel (and ate a camel steak), and crossed the finish line first at Utah's Miller Motorsports Park.
Raised overseas by her shop-til-you-drop mother and pay-for-the-purchases oilman father, avid mystery and romantic comedy lover Heather read her way through Columbia, Venezuela, London, Kuwait, and Iran—and later bought a video store so she could watch stories on the little screen, too.
She’s written numerous bestselling novels; two mystery series (Who-Dun-Him Inn and Bad Mothers Club), romantic comedies (including the Chick Flick Clique and Christmas Street series), and inspirational books (Women Who Knew the Mortal Messiah).
She loves anyone who can make her laugh, which explains why she adores her witty husband, her funny friends, Anne George mysteries, and her cute little dog Gus. She loves to cook for friends, siblings, and especially her children and their families. She and her husband reside in Utah.