New York Times bestselling author of seven novels published by Penguin Books. Her novels have been published in 27 countries, such as Italy, France, Brazil, Slovenia, Russia, China, Norway, Germany, Lithuania, Poland, Spain, and many others, including Turkey, where she is one of the country's top-selling authors.
She wrote her first "book" (about a tugboat) at the age of seven. She went on to receive a degree in journalism, then wrote for major magazines for years before publishing her first novel in 2011.
Woman's World called her one of the "most-read women in America." She has a publication deal with Random House for future novels.
She has lived in Seattle, where she was born, with her three young sons and golden retriever. Her middle name is Antoinette, which is her grandmother's name.
She became a regular columnist for Glamour magazine, a publication for which Carole Radziwill penned the column "Lunch Date."