Kate Bridges

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Kate Bridges
Born 1959 (age 57–58)
Ontario, Canada
Pen name Kate Bridges
Occupation Nurse, novelist
Language English
Nationality Canadian
Period 2002–Present
Genre Romance
Spouse Yes
Children 1
Website
www.katebridges.com

Kate Bridges (born 1959 in Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian writer of romance novels since 2002.

Biography[edit]

Personal life[edit]

Kate Bridges was born on 1959, she grew up in Ontario, Canada and later in later the Alberta prairies. During years she worked as a pediatric intensive-care nurse.[1] She also studied architecture and design.[2] Married, she had a child, and lives in Toronto.

Writing career[edit]

Kate Bridges' books have been nominated for several publishing awards, including Best Western of the Year by Romantic Times magazine for The Surgeon (2003) and Best Hero of the Year for The Engagement (2004). Five of her books received RT magazine's Best Hero of the Month honor.[3]

Bibliography[edit]

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Single novels[edit]

  • The Doctor's Homecoming (2002)
  • Luke's Runaway Bride (2002)
  • The Midwife's Secret (2003)

Canadian Mounties[edit]

  1. The Surgeon (2003)
  2. The Engagement (2004)

Reid Brothers' Trilogy[edit]

  1. The Proposition (2004)
  2. The Bachelor (2005)
  3. The Commander (2006)

Klondike Gold Rush[edit]

  1. Klondike Doctor (2007)
  2. Klondike Wedding (2007)
  3. Klondike Fever (2008)

Alaskan[edit]

  1. Wanted in Alaska (2009)
  2. Alaskan Renegade (2009)
  3. Alaska Bride on the Run (2010)

Omnibus[edit]

  • Engagement / Proposition / Bachelor (2005)

Anthologies in collaboration[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bridges Kate Bridges at Mills&Boon Check |url= value (help), 18 June 2012 
  2. ^ Kate Bridges' Webpage, 18 June 2012 
  3. ^ "Author Profile: Kate Bridges". romantictimes.com. Retrieved 30 January 2010. [dead link]
  4. ^ Kate Bridges at FantasticFiction, 18 June 2012