Natalie Meg Evans lives and writes in East Anglia, UK. She draws on extensive historical research to write historical novels and romantic suspense. Her debut novel The Dress Thief was set in Paris in the late 1930s and goes behind the scenes of Parisian Haute Couture during a time of profound danger in Europe. The Milliner's Secret, set in Nazi-occupied Paris of the 1940s was released in July 2015. She has since written Summer in the Vineyards and The Wardrobe Mistress and is now completing The Vow set in Paris, 1919 and the first in a series of novels featuring the Russian refugee Vytenis Princesses.
Prior to becoming a published novelist, Natalie worked as a copywriter for public relations companies and produced in-house magazines for FTSE-listed companies. From being an urban dweller, she now lives in rural north Suffolk and has added horse keeping and haymaking to her list of occupations. A member of the RWA's PAN, she was a Golden Heart finalist in 2012 and a RITA finalist with The Dress Thief in 2014.