Carrie Thorne

Carrie Thorne

Carrie Thorne is rocking the world of romantic fiction with fresh takes on paranormal, contemporary, and action-packed romance, including irresistible heroes, engaging characters, and small towns you can live in. Maggie Award Finalist and bestselling author, Carrie’s books are widely available at your favorite retailers, including the chart-topping paranormal freebie Six, and the bestselling steamy contemporary series starter, All the Days After. Her highly rated books have been featured on BookBubApple Books, Kobo, and Amazon, and include former Navy SEALs finding their way in civilian life in the Pacific Northwest mountain town of Foothills, CIA and police action in Coastal Maine, and demon hunters, shifters, and vampires battling the forces of evil. 

Photo Credit: Mr. Thorne

Get to Know Carrie

Carrie Thorne is the author of refreshingly original, adventurous romance with relatable characters, quippy banter, and settings that come to life. Her books have climbed the bestseller pages and received rave reviews. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her incredible kids, husband, and scruffy little rescue mutt. Whenever possible, she’s sitting by the fire with her feet up, coffee poured, and writing.

What people are saying
About Carrie Thorne

"It is amazing how Thorne can create so many friend and family dynamics without losing sight of the main couple. She makes the town and people so amazing I wish I lived inside her books!"

"I'm grateful to add another 'reliable' author to my list."

"Carrie Thorne continues to be one of my favorite authors."

"Carrie Thorne’s well-developed characters were easy to empathize with, and I found myself smiling as I read, their happy moments feeling like my own. All of the characters were impressively unique with consistent yet dimensional personalities."

"Thorne hits this sweet spot with convincing authenticity, in this highly original tale."

"Carrie Thorne always writes a beautiful story."

"For me though, the true test of any kind of romance, paranormal or other, is the characters. Ryan and Quinn light up the pages. They're three-dimensional, confident, but have flaws and vulnerabilities, and for the most part they deal with their issues like grown-ups. The dialog is snappy and natural. The main characters have great chemistry, both professional as they work together to bring down bad guys, emotionally as they get to know each other, and sexually -- the love scenes are explicit and hot."

"With the occasional critique of gender norms, it introduces subtle feminism and departs from the accepted romance trope of a female character pining for love—introducing an equal relationship where both individuals are mutually independent."
(The Next Day)

The author’s style of writing makes reading fun, easy, and creates a memorable experience. I have read most of her books in her backlist and I am so glad that I found her because she is becoming one of my go-to authors.

Thorne does a great job writing quippy, realistic dialogue, especially the romantic banter between the hero and heroine and the dialogue between the members of the main cast.