Christine Rimmer (b. January 28 in California, U.S.A.) is a USA Today and Waldenbooks bestselling U.S. writer of over 60 romance novels since 1987. She also published poems and short stories in a number of small literary journals.
Christine Rimmer was born on January 28 in California, U.S.A., where her maternal grandfather were a gold miner.
She obtained a theater degree in Sacramento, and then she went to New York City to study acting. She worked as a write-up girl at Barney's, a caterer's assistant, a waitress, a bartender, a phone sales rep, a janitor, receivable clerk, an accounts payable, a teacher, a model, an actress...
Later, she moved to Southern California, where she began her writing career with short stories, plays, and poems. Her poems and short stories were published in a number of small literary journals. In 1984, she wrote her first romantic novel, that was published in 1987.
She now lives with her husband, their younger son and two cats, Tom and Ed, in Oklahoma.