Susan Carroll

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Susan Carol Cute Coppula
Born Susan Carol Cute
1952 (age 64–65)
Pen name Susan Carroll
Susan Coppula
Serena Richards
Occupation Novelist
Language English
Nationality American
Period 1986 - present
Genre Romance
Spouse yes
Children 2

Susan Coppula, née Susan Carol Cute (born 1952) is an award-winning American writer of romance novels under her pen names, Susan Carroll and Serena Richards since 1986.


Born Susan Carol Cute in 1952, Susan Coppula obtained a Degree in English with complementary studies in History in the University of Indiana. Since 1986, Susan has published books under three different pseudonyms: Susan Carroll, Susan Coppula, and Serena Richards. Susan lives in Rock Island, Illinois.[1]


  • The Sugar Rose: 1988 Rita Awards Best Novel winner
  • Brighton Road: 1989 Rita Awards Best Novel winner
  • The Bride Finder: 1999 Rita Awards Best Novel winner


As Susan Carroll[edit]

Stand alone novels[edit]

  • The Lady Who Hated Shakespeare, 1986/No
  • The Sugar Rose, 1987/Jul
  • Brighton Road, 1988/Oct
  • The Bishop's Daughter, 1990/Sep
  • The Wooing of Miss Masters, 1991/Sep
  • Mistress Mischief, 1992/Jul
  • Christmas Belles, 1992/Sep
  • Miss Prentiss and the Yankee, 1993/Nov
  • The Valentine's Day Ball, 1993/Dec
  • Black Lace and Linen, 1994/Fev
  • Love Power, 1994/Aug
  • The Painted Veil, 1995/Aug
  • Parker and the Gypsy, 1997/Sep

St. Leger Family Saga Series[edit]

  1. The Bride Finder, 1998/Sep
  2. The Night Drifter, 1999/Sep
  3. Midnight Bride (originally titled Valentine's Bride), 2001/Apr

The Dark Queen Saga[edit]

  1. The Dark Queen, 2005/Mar series 1
  2. The Courtesan, 2005/Jul
  3. The Silver Rose, 2006/Mar
  4. The Huntress, 2007/Jul
  5. Twilight of a Queen, 2009/Jul
  6. The Lady of Secrets, 2012/Dec


  • Brighton Road / The Sugar Rose, 1994/Jun

As Susan Coppula[edit]

Winter Macy Series[edit]

  1. Winterbourne, 1987/Mar
  2. Shades of winter, 1988

Single novels[edit]

  • Avenging Angel, 1991

As Serena Richards[edit]

Single novels[edit]

  • Masquerade, 1989
  • Escapade, 1991
  • Rendezvous, 1991

References and sources[edit]

  1. ^ Susan Carroll at freshfiction, retrieved 2012-09-21