Dorothy Garlock is the author of more than 50 novels that have sold 15 million+ combined copies and are published in 15 languages. She lives in Iowa.
A gentle tale of love lost and found...The charm is in the telling,
with historical details and light touches to make the town of
Sunset, Missouri, seem real, not idealized. A feel-good love story
that comforts...Garlock excels at creating an experience her
readers want, one that's still heartwarming...
--Kirkus Reviews on Twice in a Lifetime
A gifted writer.
--Chicago Sun Times
Every Dorothy Garlock book is synonymous with a great read.
--- Janet Dailey, New York Times bestselling author
Garlock's lovely, sweet novel is a testament to the last great generation.
-RT Book Reviews on Take Me Home
Garlock's terrific story, set in mid-20th-century Missouri, pairs a lonely single mother with a flashy auto racer...Garlock keeps readers so wrapped up in Drake and Clara's romance that it's impossible to put the book down. There's just enough tension, from a few different fronts, to keep things interesting. Thoroughly credible characters and the aw-shucks charm of their small town make this a winner.--Publishers Weekly starred review on Twice in a Lifetime
One of America's most endearing historical fiction authors.
--RT Book Reviews
Realistic, poignant, and rich with Midwestern small-town flavor, this compelling story of a woman going after her dreams and the supportive, principled man who walks by her side brings the Fifties...to life as only this author can.--Library Journal on Sunday Kind of Love
The latest from romance doyenne Garlock mixes light suspense with traditional romance for an entertaining effect.
--Booklist on Under a Texas Sky
The latest of Dorothy Garlock's romances underscores why the author is a nearly permanent resident of the New York Times bestseller list. Garlock's mastery of momentum paired with captivating characters ensures a satisfying read.--Bookpage on Sunday Kind of Love
The undisputed queen of 20th century Americana romance... Garlock's realistic, heart wrenching romances have always touched readers who seek portraits of days gone by, but she doesn't gloss over the harsh truths, yet uplifts everyone in the end.--RT Book Reviews on Sunday Kind of Love
There is nothing better than Dorothy Garlock at her best.
--- Sandra Brown, New York Times bestselling author