Theresa Scott is a novelist who writes historical and contemporary romance. She is currently working on her “Raven Immortals” series, which follows the adventures of the men and women who spent their lives working in the North American fur trade in the late 1820s.  

Theresa's books have sold over 600,000 copies worldwide, including the US, Canada, Australia, France, India, Italy, Germany, Holland, Spain, Taiwan, and the United Kingdom.

She sets her stories in a variety of centuries and cultures, ranging from prehistoric times, to Norse times, to the days of the fur trade, and the wild west.

Growing up in a small coastal fishing village, Theresa spent her time fishing for perch, swimming, climbing trees, and hiking the nearby beaches and forests. She has also lived in a small cabin in the woods in British Columbia, fetching water from a stream, and chopping wood for an old iron cook-stove that did double duty for cooking and keeping the cabin warm.  

These experiences, plus her educational background in Anthropology and summers spent on archaeological digs, filled her imagination with stories. Most of all, she writes about how love gives meaning to one's life. How people treat one another, how they interact with cultural 'rules,' or how they explain the world to themselves: all of it serves the bigger story that Love is a magnificent gift to humanity.    

Theresa makes her home in the beautiful Pacific Northwest where she and her in-house Archaeologist--who also happens to be her kind and patient husband--live with their little dog and the joys of electricity and running water.

"Theresa Scott's stories are distinctive, well-plotted and unforgettable." ~Debbie Macomber

Website address: https://www.theresascott.com

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