Barbara Fuller was born on 25th June 1950 in New York City, New York, USA, daughter of Viola (McNaught) and Melvin Cassen Fuller. She studied at Queens College. On 8th September 1968, she married Roy Bretton. She lives in Princeton, New Jersey, but loves to spend as much time as possible in Maine with her husband, walking the rocky beaches and dreaming up plots for upcoming books.
USA Today bestselling and award-winning author of more than 40 books, she currently has over ten million copies in print around the world. Her works have been translated into twelve languages in over twenty countries. She has been featured in articles in The New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Romantic Times, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Herald News, Home News, Somerset Gazette,among others, and has been interviewed by Independent Network News Television, appeared on the Susan Stamberg Show on NPR, and been featured in an interview with Charles Osgood of WCBS, among others. Her awards include both Reviewer's Choice and Career Achievement Awards from Romantic Times; Gold and Silver certificates from Affaire de Coeur; the RWA Region 1 Golden Leaf; and several sales awards from Bookrak. Ms. Bretton was included in a recent edition of Contemporary Authors.