Kali read her first romance novel at fourteen, when an enlightened teacher set Georgette Heyer’s Regency Buck as the eighth-grade text. She’s always thanked Miss Kennedy for introducing her to the genre which led Kali to realise a few truths; that there can never be too many happy endings, and that one day she would write them herself.
After marrying her own tall, dark and handsome hero in a swoonworthy friends-to-lovers romance, Kali took the plunge and penned her first story. Writing’s been a love affair ever since. Now she’s an author for Harlequin Presents/Mills and Boon Modern, which has been a lifelong dream. Armed with coffee (or wine and chocolate depending on the time of day and what she’s writing!) you can find Kali battling her cat for access to the keyboard, whilst she pens the stories she loves the most. Those where happy endings are the rule rather than the exception.
In her spare time, Kali loves growing roses and vegetables (if the possums don’t get to them first), meandering in the park with her rescue greyhound, playing dress-ups in vintage clothes or bushwalking with her husband and three children through the rainforests of South-East Queensland.