Cynthia Roberts
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  • Tampa, FL
  • United States

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Favorite Book
The Classic ~ Gone With The Wind
About Me:
I have been writing since a Crayola was placed in my hand. My love of reading romance fiction goes back to those early years when I was raising a young family. One day I decided to truly dabble and the first initial draft of my historical Indian romance, Wind Warrior, was born.

"I wish I could have gotten to this point in my career much sooner rather than later but, life simply got in the way far too many times. I know because of those detours I have become a more passionate and expressive writer as I draw upon those painful moments in my past when I need to create the kind of raw emotion I want my readership to feel. What is it they say ... write what you know? Well, I have been there and lived what many will never experience in a life time.

My wish is that my audience walk away with not only an entertaining read but a sense of comfort in knowing that whatever is going on in their lives there truly will be a rainbow at the end of their journey. Even if the road in life you are forced to travel is more trying than others and your prayers seem to go unanswered, faith is knowing one of two things will happen ... you will either allow the darkness to engulf you or you will learn how to soar like an eagle.

I also created an entertaining blog for women a few years ago called The Girlz Korner which offers witty & entertaining articles on topics we all love from A~Z that I hope you enjoy as well. Please stop by and maybe follow along for a while. You can visit it through my author website below.
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Wind Warrior ~ Iroquois Series ~ Book One

Leslie Michaels is a visionary, and only those close to her know of her special gift and the visions that come when her mind and body surrender to sleep. Fate has a way of righting many wrongs, and for Leslie it is a destiny that changes her life dramatically. But not before she is forced to flee into the wilderness to escape a murderous trapper bent on claiming her for his very own. Faith and a strong will to survive are her only companions, until she encounters Winnokin, the handsome Seneca war chief who first came to her in her dreams. Not only does he prove to be her rescuer and protector, he teaches her that tragedy can breed happiness and the passion to live and love deeply once again.

Wind Warrior plunges readers into the intimate depths of a relationship that unfolds like a live drama before their eyes while painting an insightful and intriguing portrait of Native Indian life in the 1800s. It is a story of longing, of a wanton need to survive all odds, and a love so strong it conquers human evil. Wind Warrior expresses with cunning words the simple, raw human emotions that hold readers spellbound and captivates their hearts.

Captive Heart - Iroquois Series - Book 2

Banished from her Seneca tribe, Nuchzetse (New-zet-see) has no intention of honoring her punishment as a ward to an elderly shaman with a neighboring tribe. That is, until she meets the striking Oneida Bear Clan leader, Lone Star. Even though his contempt for her is obvious, she wrestles between a desire to win his favor or, escape the judgment holding her free spirit captive. 
The very fate she has mocked her entire adult life sends her on a dangerous journey that tests the essence of who she is and the woman she secretly wishes to become. Captive Heart ~ Book 2 of the Iroquois Series ~ is a soulful story of spiritual rebirth, and a passionate love story that blossoms during a difficult journey of revelation.

This Too Shall Pass ~ Contemporary Romance


Alana Waverly is a professional woman victimized by a failing economy.  Her relationships with men have failed just as much as her attempts at finding gainful employment.

Dylan Clayburn is drawn to the beauty that lives in his apartment building.  Every time their paths cross, he is drawn to her like a moth to a flame despite her indifference towards him.  He is a man who loves a challenge and uses his charms to slowly chip away at her hard exterior.  But when Alana is injured in a terrible accident, she shuts down and pushes him away.

Rising from the ashes once you hit rock bottom isn't easy.  Neither is the journey along the road to self-discovery.  But the end result proves awe-inspiring for Alana when Dylan presents her with the wonderful possibility of not just believing in love, but falling passionately in love as well.

Cynthia Roberts's Blog

Why Women Love Reading Romance

Romances were strictly written as prose starting as early as the 13th century. But I think it’s pretty safe to say true romance began after Eve ate the apple in the Garden of Eden and ticked off Adam. He had to do some real “wooing” back then to populate the world and according to scholars he lived to be 930 years old.

It has become such an inherent part of our society that as little girls we fantasize about a…


Posted on May 16, 2010 at 7:30pm

Romance 101

Let's face it. When it comes to romance, Cupid isn't going to be there to help us salvage our relationships or create one. Some people naturally seem to have all the right moves, while others are more romantically challenged. If you

happen to fall into the latter category, don't worry. There is hope.

The following are 10 simple suggestions to help kick-start your R.Q.,

a.k.a. your romance quotient:

1.… Continue

Posted on May 15, 2010 at 10:39pm — 1 Comment

The Makings of a Great Romance Series

Personally one of the key elements I think is finding a genre that fits with your comfort level. There are so many categories to choose from that include erotica, paranormal, historical, contemporary, thriller, sci-fi, futuristic, regency, horror, mystery … it’s crazy yet, awesome! And as a writer, you have to decide from the start what the level of intimacy will be between your main characters. I prefer not to be vulgar but create… Continue

Posted on May 12, 2010 at 7:54pm — 1 Comment

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At 1:41pm on November 28, 2010, Emeraldfire said…
Hi Cynthia,
I hope you enjoyed Thanksgiving and had a good weekend too!

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