Rekha Waheed is of Bengali origin and was born and raised in West London. Following a successful career as a corporate analyst, Rekha now makes regular appearances on the BBC Asian Network and at literary and social events to debate social issues affecting British Asians in the west.
Debra Webb, born in Alabama, wrote her first story at age nine and her first romance at thirteen. It wasn't until she spent three years working for the military behind the Iron Curtain - and a five-year stint with NASA - that she realised her true calling. A collision course between suspense and romance was set. Since then she has penned more than 100 novels. Visit her website at www.debrawebb.com, follow her on Twitter @DebraWebbAuthor and find her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Debra-Webb-USA-Today-Bestselling-Author-Fan-Club-693790780634694.
Tarras Wilding was born in Christchurch, New Zealand, and was named after a tiny village in Central Otago - because it has a petrol pump. Her life has been divided between New Zealand and Africa, and her heart spends much of its time drifting in the ocean somewhere between the two, hoping for a stalwart mariner to rescue it and give it a home forever.
Dee Williams was born and brought up in Rotherhithe in East London where her father worked as a stevedore in Surrey Docks. She lives in Hampshire, where she is also an active fundraiser for breast cancer awareness.
Polly Williams launched her career as a novelist with the bestselling 'The Rise and Fall of a Yummy Mummy'. She is a freelance journalist as well as a novelist, and is married with three children. Follow her on Twitter @pollywilliams and check out her website www.pollywilliams.com
Deborah Wright graduated from Oxford University with a degree in English Literature. She divides her time between Sutton and her writing base near Manchester. Aside from her novels, she has recently been asked to contribute a story to the Girls Night In anthology.