Joan Wolf

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Joan Wolf
Born 1951 (age 66–67)
Bronx, New York, United States
Occupation Novelist
Nationality American
Period 1980-present
Genre Romance
Website
www.joanwolf.com

Joan Wolf (born 1951 in Bronx, New York) is an American writer of romance novels.

Wolf grew up in the Bronx, New York. She obtained a bachelor's degree in Mercy College and Master in English and Comparative Literature in Hunter College.

Bibliography[edit]

Single novels[edit]

  • A Kind of Honor, 1980
  • A London Season, 1980
  • The Counterfeit Marriage, 1980
  • A difficult truce, 1981
  • The Scottish Lord, 1981
  • Beloved Stranger, 1982
  • His Lordship's Mistress, 1982
  • Margarita, 1982
  • The American Duchess, 1982
  • A Double Deception, 1983
  • Change of Heart, 1983
  • Lord Richard's Daughter, 1983
  • Summer Storm, 1983
  • Affair of the Heart, 1984
  • Fool's Masquerade, 1984
  • Portrait of a Love, 1984
  • The Rebellious Ward, 1984
  • A Fashionable Affair, 1985
  • The divided sphere, 1985
  • Wild Irish Rose, 1985
  • The Rebel and the Rose, 1986
  • Highland Sunset, 1987
  • The Deception, 1996
  • The Arrangement, 1997
  • The Guardian, 1997
  • The Gamble, 1998
  • Golden Girl, 1999
  • The Pretenders, 1999
  • Someday Soon, 2000
  • Royal Bride, 2001
  • Silverbridge, 2002
  • Black Diamond, 2003
  • High Meadow, 2003
  • That Summer, 2003
  • Crossword, 2004
  • White Horses, 2004
  • To the Castle, 2005
  • Dangerous Masquerade, 2006
  • Someone Named Eva, 2007
  • Daughter of Jerusalem, Worthy Publishing, April 2013. ISBN 9781936034673

Dark Ages of Britain series[edit]

  1. The Road to Avalon, 1988
  2. Born of the Sun, 1989
  3. The Edge of Light, 1990

Prehistorical Romances series[edit]

  1. Daughter of the Red Deer, 1991
  2. The Horsemasters, 1993
  3. The Reindeer Hunters, 1994

Medieval Mysteries series[edit]

  1. No Dark Place, 1999
  2. The Poisoned Serpent, 2000

Omnibus[edit]

  • Beloved Stranger / Summer Storm, 1994

Anthologies in collaboration[edit]

References and sources[edit]