Favorite Authors and Books

Over the years, I have amassed a large collection of favorite books–

those stories that speak to me over and over. Some are quite old and others

are fresh off the New York Times best selling list.

Let me know if you enjoy some of the same.

*LaVyrle Spencer…Morning Glory (best example of character growth I’ve ever read)

*Dee Henderson…Uncommon Heroes series

*Gayle Roper…Seaside Seasons series

*Laura Kinsale…Flowers from the Storm

*Julie Garwood….anything she writes!

*Patricia Cornwell…Dr. Kay Scarpetta series

*Dean Koontz…Dragon Tears (the only one of his books I can read)

*Lisa Gardner…all of her suspense novels

*Mary Stewart…an older author (Airs Above the Ground)

*Kathleen E. Woodiwiss…The Flame and the Flower

*Susan Wiggs…Halfway To Heaven

*JoAnna Lindsey…anything she writes

*Margaret Moore…her Warrior series

*Robin Hardy…The Chataine’s Guardian & Stone of Help

*Jane Austin…Pride and Prejudice

*Lindsey McKenna…. Morgan’s Mercenaries series

*Jude Deveraux…Anything!

*Christina Dodd…Candle in the Window

*Charlotte Bronte…Jane Eyre

*Zane Grey…Riders of the Purple Sage

*Luarel K. Hamilton…. Anita Blake  vampire novels                                 (excellent first person writing)

*Ann McCaffrey…The Ship Who Sang (my first introduction to SciFi)

*Amanda Quick…aka Jayne A. Krentz…Mystique

*Iris Johannsen…all her novels (particularly The Search which would make an excellent movie)

*Nora Roberts….Donovan Legacy series & Three Sisters Island Trilogy

*Andre Norton…Witch World series

*Piers Anthony… Incarnations of Immortality series

*Robin Schone…

Gabriel’s Woman (excellent study in sensual sexuality)

                                *Maggie Shayne…

Twilight vampire series

*Susan Sizemore…I Hunger/ Burn/Thirst For You vampire series

                                *Stephanie Meyer… Twilight series

                                *Christine Feehan…Dark and Games series (Dark Guardian–my first Dark novel and my favorite)

*Barbara Michaels…

House of Many Shadows &  Ammie, Come Home (the mood of both scare me to death and I still read them over and over)


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