Lisa Tawn Bergren's Northern Light Series
Fern Michaels' Texas Trilogy, particularly "Texas Heat"
Brenda Coulter "Finding Hope"
Jamellah Ellis "That Faith, That Trust, That Love"
Lori Wick "Pretense"
Lori Wick "The Princess"
Janice Sims "Out of the Blue" (and pretty much everything else she has written)
Kimberly White's Ballyntine Trilogy, particularly "To Love a Ballyntine"
Margeret Daley "Courage to Dream"
Felicia Mason Sweet series, particularly "Sweet Harmony"
Felicia Mason's Heart series, particularly "Enchanted Heart"
Janet Dailey "Silver Wings, Santiago Blue"
Valerie Hane "Samantha's Gift"
Marta Perry "Promise Forever"
Janet Tronstad's Dry Creek series, particularly "A Hero for Dry Creek"
Loree Lough "An Accidental Hero"
Victoria Christopher Murray "Truth Be Told"
I think that's 31 or 32 books in total, counting all of the titles in each series!
Then I have three that are probably more women's fiction than romance, although they have strong romance lines:
Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women"
Margaret Mitchell's "Gone with the Wind"
Barbara Taylor Bradford's "A Woman of Substance"
Which romance novels stand out for you?
Peace & Blessings,
Stay focused. Be deliberate. Believe.