Rebecca Brandewyne

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Rebecca Brandewyne
Born Mary Rebecca Wadsworth
(1955-03-04) March 4, 1955 (age 60)
Knoxville, Tennessee, US
Occupation Novelist
Language English
Nationality American
Period 1980–Present
Genre Romance
Spouse John Brandewyne (divorced),
John Cox
Children Shane Brandewyne

Rebecca Brandewyne née Wadsworth (born March 4, 1955 in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States) is an American bestselling writer of romance novels. Brandewyne has been published in multiple languages in over 60 countries.[1]


Personal life[edit]

Born Mary Rebecca Wadsworth on March 4, 1955 in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States, to a large family, Brandewyne grew up in Kansas. She has two sisters, two brothers, and a step-sister. She married John Brandewyne, and had a son, Shane Brandewyne. Divorced, she now lives with her son and her second husband, John Cox, an Englishman.[2]

Brandewyne has a Bachelors in Journalism, with minors in history and music, and a Masters in Communication.[1]

Writing career[edit]

Brandewyne has written over thirty consecutive bestselling titles.[1] She has won numerous awards form Affaire de Coeur and Romantic Times magazines. Brandewyne has been named one of Love's Leading Ladies and has been inducted into Romantic Times BOOKreviews Hall of Fame.[3]


Single novels[edit]

  • No Gentle Love (1980)
  • Forever My Love (1982)
  • Rose of Rapture (1984)
  • The Outlaw Hearts (1986)
  • Desire in Disguise (1987)
  • Heartland (1990)
  • Rainbow's End (1991)
  • Desperado (1992)
  • Swan Road (1994)
  • The Jacaranda Tree (1995)
  • Wildcat (1995)
  • Dust Devil (1996)
  • Presumed Guilty (1996)
  • Hired Husband (1996)
  • Glory Seekers (1997)
  • The Lioness Tamer (1998)
  • High Stakes (1999)
  • Destiny's Daughter (2001)
  • The Love Knot (2003)
  • To Die For (2003)
  • The Ninefold Key (2004)
  • The Crystal Rose (2006)
  • From the Mists of Wolf Creek (2009)

Aguilar's Fate[edit]

  1. Love Cherish Me (1983)
  2. And Gold Was Ours (1984)

Chandlers of Highclyffe Hall[edit]

  1. Upon a Moon Dark Moor (1988)
  2. Across a Starlit Sea (1989)

Chronicles of Tintagel[edit]

  1. Passion Moon Rising (1988)
  2. Beyond the Starlit Frost (1991)

Omnibus in collaboration[edit]

References and sources[edit]