About Carrie Weaver

Carrie WeaverCarrie has loved books forever. Her earliest childhood memories include snuggling with her Cocker Spaniel while her mother read a bedtime story. She treasured the cozy, all-is-right-with-the-world feeling of those special times.

During her formative years, she stuck with the tried and true: high school, college, marriage, children. That changed when she left her job as a claims adjuster to stay home with her young children. Like many authors, she started writing romance novels while her children napped. Carrie attended her first writers’ conference in 1994 and knew she’d found her calling.

She joined Romance Writers of American in 1995 and sold her first novel in 1999 to Kensington Publishing. Carrie began writing for the Harlequin Superromance line in 2003 and branched out to include two Harlequin NASCAR books scheduled for 2007.

Readers and reviewers alike praise her books for their emotional depth and realistic characters. “...Each page comes alive with joy and sadness,” says reviewer Pat Wilson, Rendezvous Magazine (May 2005). THE SECOND SISTER was nominated for the RT Bookclub Reviewers’ Choice Award in 2005 and THE SECRET WIFE received a prestigious RITA Award nomination and Bookseller’s Best nomination in 2006.

Reading still provides an anchor for Carrie when life gets crazy. With two boys, two dogs, three cats and several fish, her life does frequently get chaotic. But she’s found chocolate and a good book can make any problem seem more manageable.


Carrie's Awards

2006 RITA Finalist
2006 Bookseller's Best Finalist
2004 The Lonestar Writing Competition Finalist
2004 Nominated for the Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award


Carrie's Photos


Carrie and Harlequin American author, Ann DeFee
showing off their RITA finalist certificates.


Carrie and Harlequin editor Johanna Raisenen at the RITA awards ceremony.


Carrie's Tortie twins.


Daisy-the-demon-cat.

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Kudos for Carrie Weaver's stories

"Masterfully written..."
Romantic Times Magazine

"NO TIME TO LOSE is an entertaining NASCAR romantic suspense...the romance between the driver and the mechanic is a fine race around the track."
~Harriet Klausner

Carrie Weaver has created an emotionally intense story, giving readers a glimpse into a crippling illness and powerful characters that find their way to love.
~Romantic Times Magazine

"This reviewer is recommending Four Little Problems for the realistic characters that populate the story, as well as a down to earth plot that anyone may relate to."
~Marie, LOVE ROMANCES

"I just finished Four Little Problems. What a fun read and what a great heroine. Your epilogue made me cry." ~A reader

"Four Little Problems ... great story! I liked your heroine ... and Patrick was just so sweet!"
~A reader

"Home for Christmas is a feel-good story thatin the hands of Carrie Weaver is rich, well written and realistic."
~Shirley Lyons, The Romance Reader

"This is a delightful Christmas story about love and learning to live in the moment."
~Stella Maclean, Halifax Chronicle Herald

"First off, I don't care for car racing, mostly because of the noise, but I LOVE THIS!! As always, you've written believable characters that grab the heart...Ryan was simply delicious....And good for Jamie for being so brave! BRAVA!!"
~A reader

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