Teresa Bodwell grew up in the West writing stories in spiral notebooks, journals and the odd scrap of paper. After serving in the U.S. Army, where she helped make the world safe for John Phillip Sousa music, she went to law school in Oregon. As an attorney she has done a variety of things from antitrust law to consumer law and family law. It doesn’t take long, when practicing law, to see that life can be unfair and a happy outcome is not always possible, yet she still believes in happily ever after.
When she read her first romance novel, Teresa found a place where happy endings are guaranteed. She finds that writing love stories adds balance to her life.
Teresa lives in western Montana where she practices law, marriage, raising children and leading Girl Scout Troops. She hopes to get all of these things right one day.