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Treva Harte lives near a city with many, many attorneys. Thanks to Loose Id and her writing, she can be a recovering attorney and now spends her time writing, editing, fussing with her adopted rescue dogs, raising adolescents – a task that is very close to finished if she’s lucky-- and dealing with a hyperactive husband. (He argues he is just very energetic.) She is also co-owner and Editor-in-Chief of the e-publishing company Loose Id.

She and her husband both like writing in whatever time they have left, so they often fight over—sorry, since he is still a practicing attorney they NEGOTIATE—keyboard time. No wonder Treva’s particular brand of sensual romance is a bit offbeat and often mixed with fantasy.

Treva is multi-published with several e-publishers in print and e-book, a member of RWA, Passionate Ink, Rainbow Romance Writers, and EPIC.  She was winner of the CAPA 2003 award in the “Erotic Fantasy Romance” category.




Interview with Washington Post

Interview with Timeless Tales - "As an author you have to judge what you can do to make your readers happy and what you can do to keep your material as good as you..."

Interview with Debbie’s Den - "Treva Harte is one busy lady! Best selling author of Ellora’s Cave e-books, lawyer and mother, somehow she manages to keep it all together..."

Interview with Samantha Winston - "I don’t know that I decided to write erotica. All I did was decide to write. Tina, the publisher from EC, and I have differing stories about how I..."

Interview from Romance Reviews Today - "I’ve thought about writing a romance novel for a long time. I submitted my first one when I was a teenager. After that rejection, I..."

Interview from LoveRomances.com - "Sometimes I think of a situation that intrigues me or a character that begs to have a story written about him or her..."

Interview from The Word On Romance - "...that there's more sex. However, my erotic romances have plot, characterization, romance –at least I try hard for that—so the..."

Interview with December Quinn - “Word of mouth from readers is the best advertising and it certainly helps when you have something you can market easily.”

Interview with Just Erotic Romance Reviews - “Whenever you think of Treva Harte, you may be intimidated by the fact that she is a multi-faceted lady. You are almost in awe of her as you pick up her offbeat tales full of romance and passion that zap you and stun you while you are lost in a whole new world created by her. She made every woman's dream of keeping men as pets, come true in her CAPA 2003 award winner, The Wildling. A great reader response was generated by her Time series.

“She comes across as a modern woman, content with her life as a mom and a lawyer. While juggling and fitting everything into place, she started an e-publishing company, Loose Id, and the rest they say is history. Books written by her and published by her company always have an unusual twist or an intriguing corner that makes you wonder. As, she doesn't want to feel restricted, she writes whatever strikes her fancy and hopes that people who have caught the writing bug, do the same thing to be happy.”

Interview with Jeanne Barrack - “Paranormal frees me to look at human relationships in different ways. Ditto LGBT. I’m always interested in the conflict within what is or what will become a loving relationship and using the two elements you mention certainly can change how you look at the nature of the conflict. Besides, it’s kinda hot.”

Interview with All Romance E-books - “My characters always had the quality of moving on even when they hurt.   If they angst, they do it while taking action.”

Mentioning Treva Harte

From the Let's Talk column at bookaholics.com - with Linda White and Tina Engler, Ellora's Cave Publisher

Linda: Why or how were the first chosen? Did you approach them or they approach you?

Tina: We had the same 4 for a long time. At one point, until word started to spread about EC, I thought it would be the same 4 forever. Not that I'm complaining, mind you, because they sell very well, but I mention this only to bring up the fact that in the beginning the momentum for acquiring new authors was slow in going. To answer your question, the method of choosing was about 50/50 in that I approached half and half approached me. Treva Harte, for instance, I knew way before I started EC. She sent me an email telling me she was thinking of starting her own e-publishing company with Shelby Morgen and asked me what sort of things she would need to get started. I replied with what I knew, she thought it sounded like too much work (she already has a full time job as a lawyer), and asked if I'd be interested in publishing their work. I read The Seduction of Sean Nolan, made her add more sex (!), and the rest as they say was history.