Reece Butler


Reece Butler writes character-rich ménage romance featuring hot Montana cowboys and 16th century Highland Scots. 

A geeky bookworm who loved reading science fiction, she headed to university for a science degree. Discovering she disliked calculus and physics, she switched to arts. That allowed her to spend a semester in London, England (in Camden Town) before marriage and children, and a science editor day job, took over her life.

She never read a romance until she found the right antidepressant and discovered there could be a Happy Now, as well as a Happily Ever After. The first romance book she picked up, "Nobody's Baby But Mine" by Susan Elizabeth Phillips, changed her life. She invaded the local library and read romance voraciously for a year until challenged to write one herself. 

When she attended her first Romance Writers of America (RWA) conference she discovered there were crazy people just like her, and she hasn't looked back. She believes there's no such thing as too many books, bookshelves make the perfect wallpaper, and dark chocolate is a food group. 

Reece writes erotic menage stories featuring Montana cowboys and Highland Scots. She does lots of research, in person, on paper, and online. Three weeks driving 1,000 miles in Highland Scotland provided a rich background to craft her hot new historical series featuring the 16 men of Clan MacDougal. Two weeks visiting Montana ghost towns and a month working on Montana guest ranches did the same for her Bride Train and Climax, Montana cowboy series.

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“Another great book, can't wait for the next one in the series. I have read several of her other books and just loved them.”

Kindle Reviewer on Captive Bride

“I've read most of Reece Butler's books. This was very good. Starting a new series. Historical romance love it, Scottish highlander love it. A little short but very good. It kept my attention and good charter development. Can't wait for the next one.”

Kindle Reviewer on Captive Bride

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