Nia K. Foxx

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Nia Foxx (born November 24, 1973) is an American romance writer of several works. Published since 2005, Foxx continues to write in the genres of paranormal, gothic, contemporary and interracial romance.

Biography[edit]

Foxx was born on November 24. She attended the University of California, Santa Cruz from 1991-1995. Now divorced, Foxx lives with her three children in Georgia.[citation needed]

Foxx became enamored with romance writings at the age of twelve. She soon began writing her own romantic fantasies that she shared with family members. Foxx's debut novella Gargoyle’s Quest was published with Changeling Press in 2005. She has continued the series with four additional novellas and has added to her repertoire with several other series and novels.

Her favorite romantic writers are Christine Feehan, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Maggie Shayne, Marilyn Lee, Shelly Laurenston, Eve Vaughn, and Dara Joy.

Bibliography[edit]

Gargoyle Series[edit]

  1. Gargoyle’s Quest (2005)
  2. Gargoyle’s Dominion (2006)
  3. Gargoyle’s Challenge (2006)
  4. Gargoyle’s Wrath (2007)

Gargoyle's Mate (2012) credited (combines Quest & Dominion) Gargoyle's Challenge (2012) credited (combines Challenge & Wrath)

Men of the Void Series[edit]

  1. Birthday Surprise (2007)
  2. The Unyielding Spartan (2008)

The Worthy Series[edit]

  1. Fantasy Come True (2006)

The Sleeper Series[edit]

  1. Any Witch Way Café (2007)
  2. The Witching Hour (2008)

(combined into one novel 2012)

Single novels[edit]

  • The Rancher’s Ultimatum (2007)
  • Best Made Plans (2008)
  • To the Victor Goes the Spoils (2009)
  • Haven Rules of Mating (2012)

Recognitions[edit]

  • 2005 – ‘Best Erotic Author’ (nomination), The Romance Studio
  • 2007 – Any Witch Way Café, ‘Best Paranormal’ (nomination), Night Owl Romance
  • 2007 – Top-selling title for Amazon.com with ‘The Rancher’s Ultimatum’

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