Geri Buckley Borcz is a Georgia USA native and the bestselling author of six novels, including Devil's Knight, for which she won the Eppie award for Best Historical Romance. Geri also writes general fiction short stories, contemporary romance novels, and women's fiction.
Her short fiction has appeared in several publications, including The Edifice of Literature, The Roswell Literary Review, The Southern Ocean Review, Ashes anthology, and the literacy textbook series Rhoades to Reading.
In addition to winning the Eppie, Geri's novels have been a SARA finalist for Best First Book and a Rose Award nominee. She's also shortlisted in the Maggie Awards, the Suzannah Nelson Davis Awards, the New Century Writer Awards, and the Write Touch Readers' Award.
She is a member of Romance Writers of America, The Authors Guild,
and Novelists, Inc.
Geri and her husband of forty-three years live in Northwest Florida and share their lives with a son, a daughter, a son-in-law formerly a Captain in the U.S. Marine Corps, two grandsons, and a granddaughter.