Thank you so much to reader Lori, who wrote to ask for a list that separates my series books from the standalones. That was just what I needed to get off my rear and put it together for you. Although there is a list in the back of each book, and I try to make sure that the series pages all include a booklist for that series, I didn’t realize I had nothing comparable for readers who are just discovering my books. So here you go – most of my books in order. I’ll add a page with buy links for each to make this even easier for you, but in the meantime,  thank you again, Lori!

The Highland Brides Series
The MacKinnon’s Bride
Lyon’s Gift
On Bended Knee
Lion Heart
Highland Song

The Medievals (stand alones)
Once Upon a Kiss
Angel Of Fire
Viking’s Prize

The Impostor Series
The Impostor’s Kiss
The Impostor Prince

Stand Alone Historicals

Happily Ever After
Perfect In My Sight
Kissed
Sagebrush Bride

Novellas
Lady’s Man
Highland Song
Mischief & Mistletoe (coming August 1, 2013)

Carolina Series Romantic Suspense
Speak No Evil
Tell No Lies (coming 2014)

Written by Tanya Anne Crosby

Tanya is the proud mom of two fantastic human beings. She’s also a bestselling novelist and an award-winning journalist. Friends and family sometimes refer to her as “Pollyanna,” although the name-calling is usually done with a healthy dose of good will, so she’s OK with it. Those who know her best, however, know that Pollyanna is just half her personality (she’s a gemini, after all)!

Tanya grew up a military brat, and, although goodbyes were never easy, she says she’s grateful for the disparity in cultures she’s been privileged to experience. And she believes every person she’s met, every spoken word, every tear and every trickle of laughter have all contributed to the canvas that is her writing …

 

One Response to Full Booklist w/Series in Order

  1. Angelia says:

    Are you going to write a sequel to Angel of Fire. I really would like to read a story about Aleth of Montagneaux and his unknown daughter Teresa.

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