Catherine Coulter

What can I say about Catherine Coulter?  In the 1980’s and early 90’s, I didn’t miss a book. I loved her stories and always looked forward to her next release. Then she began rewriting her old books. Why? I guess she needed to “improve” her old Signet regencies. Personally, I think she was lazy.  I became disenchanted and stopped reading her books.

Because of all the rewrites, listing them is VERY confusing. Original books are displayed next to the rewritten books.

Books

  • The Autumn Countess (1978) (rewritten as The Countess, 1999)
  • Lord Deverill’s Heir (May 1980) (rewritten as The Heir, 1996)
  • The Generous Earl (July 1981) (rewritten as The Duke, 1995)
  • Aftershocks (December 1985)
  • The Aristocrat (September 1986)
  • Afterglow (May 1987)
  • False Pretenses (October 1988)
  • Impulse (May 1990)
  • Beyond Eden (January 1992)
  • Born to be Wild (August 2006)
  • The Valcourt Heiress (October 2010)

Baron Duology

  1. An Honorable Offer (December 1981) (rewritten as The Offer, 1997, Baron Trilogy #2)
  2. An Intimate Deception (April 1983) (rewritten as The Deception, 1998, Baron Trilogy #3)

Baron Trilogy

  1. The Wild Baron (April 1997)
  2. The Offer (October 1997) (orig. An Honorable Offer, 1981, Baron Duology #1)
  3. The Deception (October 1998) (orig. An Intimate Deception, 1983, Baron Duology #2)

Devil’s Duology

  1. Devil’s Embrace (August 1982) (rewritten as Devil’s Embrace, 2000)
  2. Devil’s Daughter (May 1985)

FBI

  1. The Cove (April 1996)
  2. The Maze (June 1997)
  3. The Target (April 1998)
  4. The Edge (August 1999)
  5. Riptide (July 2000)
  6. Hemlock Bay (August 2001)
  7. Eleventh Hour (July 2002)
  8. Blindside (July 2003)
  9. Blowout (June 2004)
  10. Point Blank (September 2005)
  11. Double Take (June 2007)
  12. TailSpin (July 2008)
  13. KnockOut (June 2009)
  14. Whiplash (June 2010)

Legacy Trilogy

  1. The Wyndham Legacy (January 1994)
  2. The Nightingale Legacy (December 1994)
  3. The Valentine Legacy (August 1995)

Magic Trilogy

  1. Midsummer Magic (December 1987)
  2. Calypso Magic (April 1988)
  3. Moonspun Magic (August 1988)

Night Trilogy

  1. Night Fire (February 1989)
  2. Night Shadow (August 1989)
  3. Night Storm (February 1990)

Rebel Duology (Original)

  1. The Rebel Bride (December 1979)
  2. Lord Harry’s Folly (December 1980)

Rebel Duology (both books were rewritten)

  1. The Rebel Bride (1994)
  2. Lord Harry (January 1995)

Sherbrooke Bride Series

  1. The Sherbrooke Bride (April 1992) **1998 AAR Top 100 Romances #56**
  2. The Hellion Bride (November 1992)
  3. The Heiress Bride (January 1993)
  4. Mad Jack (February 1999)
  5. The Courtship (February 2000)
  6. The Scottish Bride (January 2001)
  7. Pendragon (January 2002)
  8. The Sherbrooke Twins (March 2004)
  9. Lyon’s Gate (July 2005)
  10. Wizard’s Daughter (December 2007)

Song Series

  1. Chandra (January 1984) (rewritten as Warrior’s Song, 2001)
  2. Fire Song (December 1985)
  3. Earth Song (September 1990)
  4. Secret Song (February 1991)
  5. Rosehaven (July 1996)
  6. The Penwyth Curse (January 2003)

Star Quartet

  1. Sweet Surrender (October 1984) (renamed – but not rewritten – Evening Star)
  2. Midnight Star (June 1986)
  3. Wild Star (November 1986)
  4. Jade Star (May 1987)

Viking Era

  1. Season of the Sun (October 1991)
  2. Lord of Hawkfell Island (November 1993)
  3. Lord of Raven’s Peak (April 1994)
  4. Lord of Falcon Ridge (April 1995)
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