Margot Dalton

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Margot Dalton is a pseudonym used by Phyllis Strobell to write contemporary romance novels.

Dalton has been nominated for a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award and for a Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award for Fourth Horseman.[1] Her novel Another Woman was developed into a made-for-TV movie in 1994, starring Justine Bateman.

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Novels[edit]

  • Magic and Moonbeams (1990)
  • Sagebrush and Sunshine (1990)
  • Under Prairie Skies (1990)
  • Ask Me Anything (1991)
  • Three Waifs and a Daddy (1991)
  • Sunflower (1992)
  • Daniel and the Lion (1992)
  • Juniper (1992)
  • Tumbleweed (1992)
  • Another Woman (1993)
  • Angels in the Light (1993)
  • Kim and the Cowboy (1994)
  • Southern Nights (1994)
  • The Heart Won't Lie (1994)
  • Mustang Heart (1994)
  • Never Givin' Up on Love (1994)
  • Man of My Dreams (1995)
  • The Secret Years (1995)
  • A Family Likness (1996)
  • Tangled Lives (1996)
  • Memories of You (1997)
  • First Impression (1997)
  • Second Thoughts (1998)
  • Third Choice (1998)
  • Fourth Horseman (1999)
  • Consequences (2000)
  • Even the Nights Are Better (2000)
  • New Way to Fly (2000)

Omnibus[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Author Profile: Margot Dalton, Romantic Times, 2007, retrieved 2007-11-20 

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