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Who are your top five favorite Romance authors? I'll start with mine.
1. Nora Roberts
2. Linda Howard
3. Christina Dodd
4. Carla Neggers
5. Suzanne Brockmann
In no particular order...
1. Lora Leigh
2. Diana Palmer
3. Megan Hart
4. Liz Carlyle
5. Shayla Black
6. Robyn Carr
7. Madeline Hunter
8. Robin Schone
9. Linda Lael Miller
10. Stephanie Laurens
Couldn't stop at 5 because there are too many sub-genres - could probably name 5 historical, 5 contemporary/suspense, 5 paranormal. *sigh*
Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Elizabeth Hoyt or Connie Brockway can't decide lol!
ETA: I also ADORE Lavyrle Spencer so I can't leave her out.
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Linda Lael Miller
Curtiss Ann Matlock
( other faves, Dorothy Garlock, Catherine Anderson, Cheryl St. John, Debbie Macomber and LaVyrle Spencer)
In no particular order:
Sorry I just couldn't pick only 5!
Jayne Krentz (and all her aliases--the Arcane Society books are my favorites))
JD Robb (love the In Death series; I've never read anything under the Nora Roberts name, though)
Jill Shalvis (I know I am guaranteed a lot of laughing with her books)
Linda Lael Miller (Love all the accurate horse/ranch life details! contemporaries and historicals)
Nalini Singh (love, love, LOVE the Psy/Changeling series)
Can't pick just (5), and could well pick more than (10)
1. Linda Howard
2. Diana Palmer
3. Debbie Macomber
4. Janet Dailey
5. B. J. Daniels
6. Marilyn Pappano
7. Rachel Lee
8. Bay Matthews/Penny Richards
9. Sharon Sala
10. Lass Small (I know her writing style is "unique", but I enjoy reading her books.)
All my favs are historical authors-and as a matter of fact, most have been favs since their traditional Regency days. Which leads to the question-what in the heck am I going to be reading in these ladies are no longer writing?
Mary Jo Putney
Newer authors which have almost reached auto-buy status for me: Elizabeth Hoyt, Louise Allen, Elizabeth Rolls, Julia Justiss, Mary Blayney
Oh this is tough. It really depends on my mood - light? historical? contemporary? I think I'm always guaranteed to enjoy these authors (sorry - more than 5!)