Lucy Gordon (writer)

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Christine Sparks Fiorotto
Born Christine Sparks
DOB unknown
England
Pen name Lucy Gordon
Occupation Novelist
Nationality British
Period 1984–Present
Genre Romance
Website
www.lucy-gordon.com

Lucy Gordon is the pseudonym used by Christine Sparks Fiorotto, a popular British writer of more than 75 romance novels. She began working on a British women's magazine, but since 1984 she published her romance novels in Silhouette Books, and now also in Mills & Boon (or Harlequin Enterprises in USA).

Biography[edit]

Christine Sparks was born in England, Great Britain. She began working on a British women's magazine, where she interviewed famous men like Sir Roger Moore, Sir Alec Guinness, Warren Beatty, Richard Chamberlain, Charlton Heston.

Since 1984, Sparks has published her novels under the pseudonym Lucy Gordon. She is married to a Venetian artist and together they have lived in different parts of Italy, though currently reside in her native England.

Bibliography[edit]

Single novels[edit]

  • Legacy of Fire (1984)
  • The Judgment of Paris (1984)
  • Enchantment in Venice (1985)
  • Island of Dreams (1985)
  • Cold Hearted Man (1985)
  • Take All Myself (1985)
  • Virtue and Vice (1985)
  • My Only Love, My Only Hate (1986)
  • Once upon a Time (1986)
  • Golden Boy (1987)
  • A Pearl Beyond Price (1987)
  • A Fragile Beauty (1987)
  • Just Good Friends (1987)
  • Eagle's Prey (1987)
  • A Night of Passion (1988)
  • A Woman of Spirit (1988)
  • For Love Alone (1988)
  • Bought Woman (1989)
  • Convicted of Love (1989)
  • Vengeance is Mine (1989)
  • A True Marriage (1989)
  • Song of the Lorelei (1990)
  • The Sicilian (1991)
  • On His Honor (1991)
  • Outcast Woman (1992)
  • Heaven and Earth (1992)
  • Married in Haste (1993)
  • Instant Father (1993)
  • Royal Harlot (1994)
  • Uncaged (1994)
  • Seduced by Innocence (1994)
  • Two-faced Woman (1995)
  • This Man and This Woman (1995)
  • For the Love of Emma (1996)
  • Rebel in Disguise (1996)
  • This Is My Child (1996)
  • His Brother's Child (1997)
  • Beauty and the Boss (1997)
  • Forgotten Fiancee (1998)
  • The Diamond Dad (1998)
  • Be My Girl (1998)
  • Anything, Any Time, Any Place (1999)
  • Farelli's Wife (1999)
  • Tycoon for Hire (1999)
  • Rico's Secret Child (1999)
  • Taming Jason (1999)
  • For the Sake of His Child (2000)
  • The Sheikh's Reward (2000)
  • For His Little Girl (2000)
  • The Stand-In Bride (2001)
  • A Convenient Wedding (2002)
  • Princess Dottie (2002)
  • His Pretend Wife (2002)
  • The Monte Carlo Proposal (2004)
  • The Italian's Rightful Bride (2005)
  • Married Under the Italian Sun (2006)
  • Italians Wife By Sunset (2007)
  • The Mediterranean Rebel's Bride (2007)
  • One Summer in Italy... (2007)
  • The Italian's Passionate Revenge (2008)
  • The Italian's Cinderella Bride (2008)

Italian Grooms series[edit]

  1. Wife by Arrangement (2001)
  2. Husband by Necessity (2001)
  3. Bride by Choice (2001)

The Counts of Calvani series[edit]

  1. The Venetian Playboy's Bride (2003)
  2. The Italian Millionaire's Marriage (2003)
  3. The Tuscan Tycoon's Wife (2003)
  4. Wedding in Venice (2003)
  • The Counts of Calvani (Omnibus) (2006)

Farnese Brothers series[edit]

  1. Rinaldo's Inherited Bride (2004)
  2. Gino's Arranged Bride (2004)

Rinucci Brothers series[edit]

  1. Wife and Mother Forever (2005)
  2. Her Italian Boss's Agenda (2005)
  3. The Wedding Arrangement (2006)
  4. The Italian's Wife By Sunset (2007)
  5. The Mediterranean Rebel's Bride (2007)
  6. The Millionaire Tycoon's English Rose (2007)

Simply The Best series[edit]

  • Daniel and Daughter (1997)

Maybe Baby series[edit]

  • The Pregnancy Bond (2002)

Ready for Baby series multi-author[edit]

  • The Italian's Baby (2003)

Heart to Heart series multi-author[edit]

  • A Family for Keeps (2005)

Collections[edit]

  • Kids and Kisses (2000)

Omnibus in collaboration[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • Song of the Lorelei: (1991) RITA Awards Best Novel winner
  • His Brother's Child: (1998) RITA Awards Best Novel winner

References and resources[edit]