Katherine McIntyre – Author Spotlight

Meet the Author

Katherine McIntyre

Katherine splits her time writing stories with snark and heart, working with amazing authors to edit their manuscripts into shape, and working on clients as a massage therapist.

In her free time, she is usually going on adventures with her husband, daughter, and friends or diving into a good book and curling up with the cats. She’s an Aries-Taurus cusp–which to any astrology buffs should tell you plenty. If you’re more into Myers-Briggs, I’m an ENFJ.

She’s always wanted to heal and help, probably why she fell into massage and teaching yoga. And that shows through in her writing too–she ended up falling for romance as her primary genre because she adores the intricacies of human relationships and watching how love and affection can really help people heal from their wounds and grow.

She’s huge into family and community, which is probably why you find either family or found-family stories in almost every one of her books. The way people come together is inspiring, and She has an overflowing love for the way people take care of each other. Those relationships are just as important as the romantic ones to her, and she loves highlighting them in her work.

The biggest thing you’ll probably see in her work is hope. That’s not to say she can’t write sad situations or difficulties–our lives and stories are woven with them. But that’s never going to be the takeaway from her work, how the world is broken and trying to wear you down. She’s a realist, so she’s not blind to the tragedy and sadness out there, but she wants to live in the hearts of people who care, who show compassion to one another, and prove that we humans can get something right. She wants to explore how even though we’ve all got the ability to fuck up, we can overcome our mistakes and rise triumphant.

 

Stronger Than Passion (Chesapeake Days Book 2) by [Katherine McIntyre, Booksmith Design]

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Hudson West is the enemy. Nico Shah is trouble. However, when they’re forced to collaborate on a town project, they can’t stop the passion from burning.

Hudson West is the enemy.

The calm, arrogant, stupidly hot owner of the rival restaurant in town never fails to push Nico Shah’s buttons. So when he and Hudson are invited to collaborate to cater the Chesapeake Days festival, he wants to say hell no. But with his mother’s upcoming transplant, he needs that money.

Nico Shah is trouble.

Hudson’s noticed the gorgeous, witty flirt and has veered far away. He’s looking for commitment while Nico’s looking for his next flavor of the night. Except now that they’re working together, neither can ignore the chemistry that’s one spark away from burning down a forest. And when they finally collide, the connection is beyond anything either has experienced.

But with Nico still terrified of the word “boyfriend” and Hudson needing someone who belongs to him, this can only end in heartbreak.

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Connect with the author

Website * Twitter * Instagram * Signed Book Orders * Facebook 

My favorite things about Katherine McIntyre? 

I have a deep love for the characters she creates. I’ve only read part of the Dungeons & Dating series, but I have so much love for what I’ve read. The characters are engaging, fun, and just as nerdy as I am. I absolutely love a good tabletop game and this is the first time I’ve ever seen it portrayed in a novel. It was exciting to see the family that is formed through the course of these games and experiences. 

 

If you like Katherine McIntyre, you should read: D J Jamison, Mary Calmes, Nicky James

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