Phoebe Conn

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Phoebe Jane Conn
Born 1941
California
Pen name Phoebe Conn, Cinnamon Burke
Occupation novelist
Nationality American
Period 1983 - present
Genre Romance
Website
www.phoebeconn.com

Phoebe Conn (born 1941 in California) is the maiden name and pseudonym of Phoebe Jane Conn, a best-selling American author of over thirty romance novels. She has also published one novel under the pseudonym Cinnamon Burke.

Biography[edit]

Phoebe Jane Conn was born in 1941 in California. She studied art at the University of Arizona, and graduated from California State University Los Angeles with a B.A. in art history, an Elementary Teaching Credential, and later, an MA in education. After graduation, Conn taught for many years.

Long an avid reader, Conn credits a Ricardo Montalban commercial for Silhouette Romances for inspiring her to write her first book. Once the decision had been made, Conn outlined dozens of published romance novels to better understand how the genre was structured.

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Novels[edit]

  • Tender Savage (1983)
  • Captive Heart (1983)
  • Love's Elusive Flame (1983)
  • Savage Fire (1984)
  • Ecstasy's Paradise (1984)
  • Savage Storm (1985)
  • Loving Fury (1986)
  • Emerald Fire (1987)
  • Starlit Ecstasy (1987)
  • Arizona Angel (1988)
  • Hearts of Gold (1988)
  • Beyond the Stars (1988)
  • By Love Enslaved (1989)
  • No Sweeter Ecstasy (1990)
  • Tempt Me With Kisses (1991)
  • Love Me 'Til Dawn (1992)
  • Desire (1993)
  • Tangled Hearts (1993)
  • Starfire (1994)
  • Swept Away (1994)
  • Beloved (1994)
  • Apache Caress (1994)
  • Paradise (1995)
  • Ring of Fire (1995) (writing as Cinnamon Burke)
  • Beloved Legacy (1996)
  • A Touch of Love (1997)
  • Forbidden Legacy (1998)
  • Wild Legacy (1999)
  • Wild Desire (2003)
  • Midnight Blue (2006)
  • "Mango Summer (2008)
  • "Dawn of Desire (2008)

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