Cheryl Yeko received her Degree in Administrative Assistant from Milwaukee Area Technical College, in Wisconsin, as well as a Paralegal Certification through the American Institute For Paralegal Studies. She has over twenty-five years as a Legal Assistant, involving the drafting of legal correspondence and court documents. She belongs to several writing groups, and is a member of RWA, as well as Pro-Liaison for the Wisconsin Chapter.
Cheryl lives in Wisconsin with her husband Patrick and a cat named Shelby. She loves to read, play piano, and spend time with family and friends. She enjoys novels with fast-paced action and steamy romance, protective alpha men and strong heroines.
Her debut novel, Protecting Rose, won the 2012 Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence in the Romantic Suspense category and her second novel, A Man to Trust, is due out in October, 2012. Cheryl has two other novels in the works.