Margaret Moore

Margaret Moore
Margaret Moore
Born date of birth unknown
Occupation Novelist
Nationality Canadian
Period 1992 - present
Genres Historical romance

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Margaret Moore is a Canadian author of romance novels.

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Biography

The USA Today bestselling author of over 40 historical romance novels and novellas, Margaret Moore graduated with distinction from the University of Toronto with a degree in English literature. She sold her first book, A Warrior's Heart, to Harlequin Historicals in 1991. She has also sold historical romances to Avon Books and a Young Adult historical romance to HarperCollins Children's Books.

Margaret has been a Romantic Times BOOKreviews finalist for Career Achievement in Medieval Historical Romance, won an award for Best Foreign Historical from Affaire de Coeur, and two of her characters have received K.I.S.S. (Knights in Shining Silver) Awards from Romantic Times BOOKreviews. In 2005 her medieval romance The Unwilling Bride made the USA Today bestseller list. The sequel, Hers To Command, was nominated for a Reviewers' Choice award by SingleTitles.com. She is also a past president of Toronto Romance Writers.

Bibliography

Books by Release Date

  • A Warrior's Heart - 1992 (Harlequin Historical)
  • China Blossom - 1992 (Harlequin Historical)
  • A Warrior's Quest - 1993 (Harlequin Historical)
  • The Viking - 1993 (Harlequin Historical) - Winner Best Foreign Historical of 1993 from Affaire de Coeur
  • A Warrior's Way - 1994 (Harlequin Historical)
  • Vows - 1994 (Harlequin Historical)
  • The Saxon - 1995 (Harlequin Historical)
  • The Welshman's Way - 1995 (Harlequin Historical)
  • The Norman's Heart - 1995 (Harlequin Historical)
  • The Baron's Quest - 1996 (Harlequin Historical)
  • The Wastrel - 1996 (Harlequin Historical)
  • The Dark Duke - 1997 (Harlequin Historical)
  • The Rogue's Return - 1997 (Harlequin Historical) - Winner of Romantic Times KISS Award
  • A Warrior’s Bride - 1998 (Harlequin Historical)
  • A Warrior’s Honor - 1998 (Harlequin Historical)
  • A Warrior’s Passion - 1998 (Harlequin Historical)
  • A Scoundrel's Kiss - 1999 (Avon Books)
  • The Welshman's Bride - 1999 (Harlequin Historical)
  • A Rogue's Embrace - 2000 (Avon Books)
  • A Warrior’s Kiss - 2000 (Harlequin Historical)
  • The Duke's Desire - 2000 (Harlequin Historical)
  • His Forbidden Kiss - 2001 (Avon Books)
  • The Overlord's Bride - 2001 (Harlequin Historical)
  • The Maiden And Her Knight - 2001 (Avon Books)
  • Tempt Me With Kisses - 2002 (Avon Books)
  • Gwyneth And The Thief - 2002 (HarperCollins Children's Books)- Young Adult
  • A Warrior’s Lady - 2002 (Harlequin Historical)
  • All My Desire - 2002 (Avon Books)
  • Kiss Me Quick - 2003 (Avon Books)
  • In The King's Service - 2003 (Harlequin Historical)
  • Kiss Me Again - 2004 (Avon Books)
  • Bride Of Lochbarr - 2004 (HQN Books)
  • Lord Of Dunkeathe - 2005 (HQN Books)
  • The Unwilling Bride - 2005 (HQN Books) -- USA Today Bestseller
  • Hers To Command - 2006 (HQN Books)
  • Hers To Desire - 2006 (HQN Books)
  • My Lord's Desire - 2007 (HQN Books)
  • The Notorious Knight - 2007 (HQN Books)
  • Knave's Honor - 2008 (HQN Books)

Novellas

  • "Christmas in the Valley" in Mistletoe Marriages, 1994, (Harlequin)
  • "The Twelfth Day of Christmas" in The Knights Of Christmas, 1997, (Harlequin Historical)
  • "The Vagabond Knight" in The Brides Of Christmas, 1999, reissued 2005 (Harlequin)
  • "Comfort and Joy" in The Christmas Visit, 2004, (Harlequin Historical)

Books by Series

The Warrior series

Harlequin Historical, Medieval Britain

  • A Warrior’s Heart - 1992
  • A Warrior’s Quest - 1993
  • A Warrior’s Way - 1994
  • The Welshman's Way - 1995
  • The Norman's Heart - 1995
  • The Baron's Quest - 1996
  • A Warrior’s Bride - 1998
  • A Warrior’s Honor - 1998
  • A Warrior’s Passion - 1998
  • The Welshman's Bride - 1999
  • A Warrior’s Kiss - 2000
  • The Overlord's Bride - 2001
  • A Warrior’s Lady - 2002
  • In The King's Service - 2003

The Viking series

Harlequin Historical, Dark Age Britain

  • The Viking - 1993
  • The Saxon - 1995

Victorian series

Harlequin Historical

  • The Wastrel - 1996
  • The Dark Duke - 1997
  • The Rogue's Return - 1997

Restoration series

Avon Books

  • A Scoundrel's Kiss - 1999
  • A Rogue's Embrace - 2000
  • His Forbidden Kiss - 2001

Avon Medieval series

Avon Books

  • The Maiden And Her Knight - 2001
  • Tempt Me With Kisses - 2002
  • All My Desire - 2002

Regency series

Avon Books

  • Kiss Me Quick - 2003
  • Kiss Me Again - 2004

Brothers-in-Arms series

HQN Books, Medieval Scotland and England

  • Bride Of Lochbarr - 2004
  • Lord Of Dunkeathe - 2005
  • The Unwilling Bride - 2005
  • Hers To Command - 2006
  • Hers To Desire - 2006

King John series

HQN Books, Medieval Britain

  • My Lord's Desire - 2007
  • The Notorious Knight - 2007
  • Knave's Honor - 2008

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