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Carole Mortimer was born on in a village in England that she claims was so small that "if you blinked as you drove through it you could miss seeing it completely! With a family formed by six children with 22 years of difference between the first-born and the unexpected youngest child , they live "in a most beautiful part of Britain" with a menagerie of pets, including a dog acquired several years ago in Canada, which is actually half-coyote! Carole's early ambition to become a nurse came to an abrupt end after only one year of training due to a weakness in her back, suffered in the aftermath of a fall. Instead, she went on to work in the computer department of a well-known stationery company. During her time there, Carole made her first attempt at writing a novel for Mills and Boon. Her strong, traditional romances, with their distinct style, brilliantly developed characters and romantic plot twists, have earned her an enthusiastic audience worldwide.
Carole Mortimer born in England is a popular British writer of over romance novels since Carole Mortimer was born about in a very rural hamlet in the east England, and she had two brothers. In she was recognised by Queen Elizabeth II for her 'outstanding service to literature'. And on 15 March she published her th book, titled Shadow Alpha,  which was recognised, along with her other achievements by being awarded the RWA Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award. Carole married to Peter, father to two children, they had four sons more, and now the family is formed by six children with 22 years of difference between the first-born and the unexpected youngest child. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.