Kari Wolfe

Kari Wolfe

  • Editor – Shared Worlds Anthology – 2016-2017 
  • Blogger – Men With Pens – 2008-2011

Kari Wolfe is a Colorado-based author and freelance editor interested in a myriad of subjects such as the weird, psycological horror, conspiracy theories, and behavioral evolution.

The Colorado Springs Fiction Writer’s Group anthology, “An Uncommon Collection,” has published her short story, “Accidental Opportunity.”

She has co-authored two romance novels originally published by Dreamspinner Press and Harmony Ink, A Bouquet for Adam and New Hoofprints in the Snow. A director’s cut of both stories will be released at the beginning of 2021.

Look for short stories from her coming soon.

Novels and Novellas

NEW HOOFPRINTS IN THE SNOW

NEW HOOFPRINTS IN THE SNOW

Released September 5, 2017

by A.M. Burns and K.T. Spence (Kari Wolfe)

Maia’s horse, Selena, is her best friend. Unfortunately, when Maia’s brother suffers a serious accident, an already strained financial situation reaches the breaking point, and the family simply can’t care for Selena. The horse will have to go to a rescue center. It’s there that Maia meets Emma, whose mother owns the center. Emma understands Maia’s attachment to Selena, and the two girls spend time together caring for the animals on the ranch and riding. Emma even thinks she knows a way to help Maia’s brother deal with his handicap. They become fast friends–but when Emma confesses that she would like to be more, Maia isn’t sure she can fly in the face of family expectations. Even if she’s attracted to Emma, she’s been raised with marriage and children in mind. And since Emma isn’t the only one interested in Maia, Maia has a difficult decision to make. Who does she want to ride off into the sunset with?

PURCHASE

NEW HOOFPRINTS IN THE SNOW

NEW HOOFPRINTS IN THE SNOW

Released June 17, 2016

by A.M. Burns and K.T. Spence (Kari Wolfe)

Maia’s horse, Selena, is her best friend. Unfortunately, when Maia’s brother suffers a serious accident, an already strained financial situation reaches the breaking point, and the family simply can’t care for Selena. The horse will have to go to a rescue center. It’s there that Maia meets Emma, whose mother owns the center. Emma understands Maia’s attachment to Selena, and the two girls spend time together caring for the animals on the ranch and riding. Emma even thinks she knows a way to help Maia’s brother deal with his handicap. They become fast friends–but when Emma confesses that she would like to be more, Maia isn’t sure she can fly in the face of family expectations. Even if she’s attracted to Emma, she’s been raised with marriage and children in mind. And since Emma isn’t the only one interested in Maia, Maia has a difficult decision to make. Who does she want to ride off into the sunset with?

PURCHASE

Short Works