Marion Lennox (born 1953 in Australia) is a popular writer of over 60 medical romance novels. She began publishing in 1990. She has also written "tender" romantic novels under another pseudonym, Trisha David.
Marion Lennox was born and raised in a farming community in Australia. She has taught statistics, been a medical receptionist, and been employed in computing at university.
She is married and has two children and two dogs, Chloe and Harry, and a cat, Tigger. The family lives in the central highlands of Victoria, in southern Australia.
In search of an occupation she could pursue from home, Lennox decided to attempt novel writing. In 1988 she wrote a medical romance, Dare to Love Again, which was to be her first published novel. It was released in 1990, and since then she has been a prolific producer of romances.
Lennox won a Romance Writers of America RITA Award in 2006 for Best Traditional Romance.