Eileen Wilks

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

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

Biography[edit]

Eileen Wilks moved from West Texas to the town of Norman, OK in the summer of 2012, and has previously lived in Canada and Venezuela, as well as twelve U.S. cities in five states.[1]

Wilks' 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]

Bibliography[edit]

Series[edit]

  • 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]

References[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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