Eileen Wilks

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Eileen Wilks
Born November 3, 1952
Monahans, Texas
Occupation novelist
Nationality American
Period 1996–present
Genre Romance
urban fantasy
paranormal romance

Eileen Wilks is an American award-winning fiction writer living in Midland, Texas.


Wilks recently[when?] moved from West Texas to the town of Norman, OK, and has previously lived in Canada and Venezuela, as well as twelve U.S. cities in five states.[1]

Wilk's first book, a Silhouette Desire titled The Loner and the Lady (1996), hit the USA Today Bestseller List at #146 on May 30, 1996 and was nominated for the 1996 Romantic Times Best First Short Contemporary award.[2] Since then, she hit the New York Times Bestsellers list [3] with her novel Blood Challenge (2011) in her current series, World of the Lupi, in which werewolves and magic exist in an earth much like our own.[citation needed]



  • Dynasties: The Ashtons (including Entangled)
  • Dynasties: The Barons (including With Private Eyes)
  • Dynasties: The Connellys (including Expecting...and in Danger)
  • Just A Little Bit (including Just a Little Bit Pregnant, Just a Little Bit Married)
  • At Midnight (including Midnight Cinderella, Midnight Promises, Midnight Choices, and Meeting at Midnight)
  • Tall, Dark & Eligible (including Jacob's Proposal, Luke's Promise, Michael's Temptation)
  • World of the Lupi (see article below for list)

Lupi titles (in reading order)[edit]

All referenced free or bonus stories are available on the author's website.

Romance titles[edit]


  1. ^ "Eileen Wilks Author Central". Retrieved 2014-10-08. 
  2. ^ "Romantic Times 1996 Reviewers' Choice Award Nominees". Romantic Times. 1996. Archived from the original on 2007-12-15. Retrieved 2007-12-23. 
  3. ^ "NYT Best sellers list for January 23, 2011". The New York Times. 2011. Retrieved 14 January 2013. 

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