Regina Griffiths

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Author Bio

An Earth-origin carbon-based lifeform currently residing in the Sacramento Valley, Regina Griffiths is possessed of an unusually high caffeine to blood ratio and as a result has more sass than sense. A female of the species, her family unit consists of one husband, one viking, one child, three cats, five dogs, and a snake. When not falling down Wikipedia rabbit holes she can be found smashing words together until they cooperate and turn into stories.

Short Stories

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Feral Heart by Regina Griffiths

Can a feral cat help a formerly wild woman find herself?

Candice hopes that her childhood home will offer her a safe place to weather the storm of life. A place to hide from her demons and her memories. A place that's safe when everywhere else is fraught with emotional pitfalls and dangers.

Except, it isn't.

Home has its own complications. Its own drama. Drama in the form of an old friend/old flame. Drama in the form of her family. Drama in the form of a feral cat who's just as wild and untamed as Candice.

Will Candice be able to find her equilibrium and her place in this rustic and rural town? Or will her feral heart lead her into disaster?

Anthologies

Weird & Wonderful by Various Authors

 

Helmed by USAT Bestselling Author Caitlyn Lynch, 18 authors explore several lesser-known holidays. Featuring sweet country romance and sex in the big city, there's something for all romance readers. Polar bear plunges. Sexy neighbors. Even a cute shifter or two. This anthology has it all!

Come celebrate the year with us!

Feral Heart by Regina Griffiths

Candice hopes her childhood home will offer her comfort and a place to hide from a life that’s not turning out the way she wanted. She doesn’t expect a cat and an old friend to complicate things and send life spinning out of her control.

Several quotes/a scene from “Feral Heart” by Regina Griffiths that made me cry like a baby, that I’m not sure I could retype without collapsing into a puddle. -- RomancingtheBookworm

The rough stuff is woven throughout and not as easy to skip past as in Wrong Number, so heed the warnings at the start and approach when ready. Hit me hardest emotionally, but what made me tear up was the genuine compassion after pain. Very good, I really liked this one. -- Mel

Griffiths weaves a wildly emotional and swoon-worthy romance around Feral Cat Day (October 16 in the US). It's not just a sweet but fraught romance between childhood sweethearts separated too soon; it's the tale of the rebirth of a woman's soul, through the complicated love she shares with her mother, a warrior cat, and of course that cute boy who grew up to be the local vet. -- Sam Chapman

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