Rebecca Winters

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Rebecca Brown Burton
BornFebruary 14, 1940
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Pen nameRebecca Burton,
Rebecca Brown Burton,
Rebecca Winters
OccupationNovelist
NationalityAmerican
Period1978 – present
GenreRomance

Rebecca Brown Burton (born February 14, 1940 in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States) is a popular United States writer of over 75 romance novels under her married name Rebecca Burton, under her complete name Rebecca Brown Burton, and as Rebecca Winters for Harlequin Enterprises Ltd.

Biography[edit]

Born on February 14, 1940 in Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A. Burton is the daughter of the Dr. John Zimmerman Brown, Jr. and Kathryn Ormsby Hyde. She studied in Lausanne, Switzerland. She is mother of four, Wilford, John, Dominique Jessop and Maxim, and lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Bibliography[edit]

As Rebecca Burton[edit]

Single novels[edit]

  • By Love Divided (1978)
  • The Loving Season (1979)

As Rebecca Brown Burton[edit]

Single novels[edit]

  • To Love Again (1987)

As Rebecca Winters[edit]

Single novels[edit]

  • Fully Involved (1990)
  • The Story Princess (1990)
  • Rites of Love (1991)
  • Blackie's Woman (1991)
  • Rescued Heart (1991)
  • The Marriage Bracelet (1992)
  • Both of Them (1992)
  • Meant for Each Other (1992)
  • Hero on the Loose (1993)
  • The Nutcracker Prince (1994)
  • The Baby Business (1995)
  • A Man for All Time (1995)
  • Return to Sender (1995)
  • The Wrong Twin (1995)
  • The Badlands Bride (1996)
  • Not Without My Child (1996)
  • Second – Best Wife (1996)
  • Three Little Miracles (1996)
  • Kit and the Cowboy (1996)
  • Undercover Husband (1997)
  • No Wife Required! (1997)
  • Bride by Day (1997)
  • Baby in a Million (1998)
  • If He Could See Me Now (1999)
  • Husband Potential (1999)
  • The Faithful Bride (2000)
  • The Unknown Sister (2000)
  • Brides and Grooms (2000)
  • Husband for a Year (2001) translate on Russian as "Жена для президента" ("Wife for president") famous Russian writer Valery Terekhin in 2003 and published in "Raduga"
  • The Toddler's Tale (2001)
  • Claiming His Baby (2001)
  • The Forbidden Marriage (2001)
  • The Bridegroom's Vow (2001)
  • Italian Weddings (2001)
  • The Baby Dilemma (2002)
  • The Tycoon's Proposition (2002)
  • Manhattan Merger (2003)
  • The Frenchman's Bride (2003)
  • Rafael's Convenient Proposal (2004)
  • The Baby Proposal (2004)
  • Husband by Request (2005)
  • Their New-Found Family (2005)
  • Father by Choice (2005)
  • Having the Frenchman's Baby (2006)
  • Meant-to-Be Marriage (2006)
  • The Bride of Montefalco (2006)
  • Matrimony with His Majesty (2007)
  • The Lazaridis Marriage (2007)
  • The Duke's Baby (2007)

The Nevada Men series[edit]

  1. The Rancher and the Redhead (1993)
  2. The Mermaid Wife (1994)
  3. Bride of My Heart (1994)

The Mediterranean Dads series[edit]

  1. The Italian Tycoon and the Nanny (2008)
  2. The Italian Playboy's Secret Son (2008)

Strangers series[edit]

  1. Strangers When We Meet (1997)
  2. Laura's Baby (1997)

Taylor Family series[edit]

  1. Until There Was You (1998)
  2. Deborah's Son (1998)

Undercover Love series[edit]

  1. Undercover Baby (1999)
  2. Undercover Bachelor (1999)
  3. Undercover Fiancee (1999)

Bachelor Dads & Babies[edit]

  1. The Billionaire and the Baby (2000)
  2. His Very Own Baby (2000)
  3. The Baby Discovery (2000)

Count on a Cop series[edit]

  1. Accidentally Yours (2001)
  2. My Private Detective (2001)
  3. Beneath a Texas Sky (2002)
  4. She's My Mom (2002)

Twin Brides series[edit]

  1. Bride Fit for a Prince (2002)
  2. Rush to the Altar (2003)

Hawkins series[edit]

  1. Another Man's Wife (2003)
  2. Home to Copper Mountain (2003)

Single Father series[edit]

  1. Woman in Hiding (2004)
  2. To Be a Mother (2004)

The Husband Fund Series[edit]

  1. To Catch a Groom (2004)
  2. To Win His Heart (2004)
  3. To Marry for Duty (2004)

Lost & Found Daughter series[edit]

  1. The Daughter's Return (2005)
  2. Somebody's Daughter (2006)

Omnibus in Collaboration[edit]

References and Resources[edit]

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