Susan Carroll

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Susan Carol Cute Coppula
BornSusan Carol Cute
1952 (age 65–66)
Pen nameSusan Carroll
Susan Coppula
Serena Richards
Period1986 - present

Susan Coppula, née Susan Carol Cute (born 1952) is an 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