Cathy Woodman won the Harry Bowling Prize in 2002 for her first novel, Under the Bonnet, which was snapped up by Headline. Her four contemporary romantic sagas, full of the comedy and drama of the ups and downs of family life, earned her many fans. Working as a vet was the ideal inspiration for her bestselling series for Arrow, which began with Trust Me I’m a Vet. There are now ten books in the series, the most recent being Springtime at Cherry Tree Cottage.
Under a new name, Evie Grace, Cathy is now writing a series of historical sagas set in rural Kent. The stories are basd on those of her own family, who lived there in the nineteenth century. Arrow publish the first, Half a Sixpence, in the summer of 2017.
Cathy lives in Devon.