Growing up, Jane Graves dreamed of becoming a veterinarian, but she was told by her high school counselor that it was "a difficult field for a woman," so she should pick another career -- perhaps something as a writer, since she had shown some talent in that area. Since her assertiveness didn't come until later in life, Jane did as she was told and attended the University of Oklahoma, where she earned a B.A. in Journalism in the Professional Writing program.
Jane's first novel was published in 2000, followed quickly by thirteen more. She is a five-time finalist for Romance Writers of America's Rita Award, the industry's highest honor, and is the recipient of two National Readers' Choice Awards, the Booksellers' Best Award, and the Golden Quill, the Windy City Choice Award, the Aspen Gold and the Texas Gold.
Jane lives in Texas with her husband of twenty-four years, a daughter pursuing her Master's degree, and a beautiful but goofy cat. She loves the writing life, so she's very glad a certain high school counselor pushed her into the right career, even if it was for all the wrong reasons.
from author’s web site.
Pseudonym/s: Jane Sullivan