Books by Catherine Coulter

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Night Storm

Oh, Catherine Coulter.  I have a complicated relationship with this author, in that while she was one of the first romance novelists I’d ever read, I’ve come to realize something’s lacking in her prose.  Now, as I look at what were once DIKs... I'm sorry, sixteen year old me, but it’s time ...

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Rosehaven

After reading Jill Sorenson’s blog about “Dangerous Fantasies”, I checked my Goodreads list to see if I had read Catherine Coulter’s Rosehaven. I did not have it listed among the books I have read, so I decided to find a copy and see what Ms. Sorenson saw in this book. About thirty pages in, ...

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Wizard's Daughter

I picked up Wizard's Daughter to read as I have always been partial to Catherine Coulter's Sherbrooke family series and was happy to see so many familiar faces well used in the outset of this book. But some of Coulter's old magic is definitely missing in this one. At the age of eight, Rosalind ...

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Lyon's Gate

In the sequel to The Sherbrooke Twins, which in itself is a sequel to Coulter's lengthy Sherbrooke series, begun in 1992 with The Sherbrooke Bride, Jason Sherbrooke returns home after five years of self-imposed exile to face the family he feels he betrayed after being seduced by a woman who was real ...

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The Sherbrooke Twins

Catherine Coulter is what I call a "best of times, worst of times" kind of author. You never know what you are going to get when reading one of her books; it is like a tale of two authors. One book can be absolutely wonderful and the next wretched. Readers tend to either love her or hate her, and ma ...

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The Penwyth Curse

"It was unbelievable, a play written by a madman." So thinks a character late in this book, and I couldn't help but agree. Although Ms. Coulter used to be an autobuy for me, The Penwyth Curse is an accurate example of why that has ceased to be so. While once upon a time you could count on a Coulter ...

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Hemlock Bay

Do you want me to try for a synopsis here, or should I just cut right to my complaints? Maybe I should just list the problems since the plot was so screwy anyway. I'm still trying to make some kind of sense of it. The story begins with Federal Special Agent Dillon Savich and his team about to ...

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Pendragon

I used to like Catherine Coulter’s books, and The Sherbrooke Bride is one of my all time favorites. When I saw that the latest in the Sherbrooke family saga was available for review, I decided to give it a try, hoping for the best. Instead of a nicely wrapped gift, I read the equivalent of a lump ...

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The Scottish Bride

Like many other authors, Catherine Coulter used to be on my must read list, and now falls somewhere just below that list. Sometimes I've slowed down on authors because my reading tastes changed and other times it was because the books became too much like their predecessors. I think Catherine Coul ...

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Beyond Eden

Beyond Eden by Catherine Coulter is the story of a gentle, vulnerable woman who eventually learns to stand up for herself. It takes a long time. Lindsay Foxe was born into a family of rich, horrible villains. Tall and gawky, with a large mouth and big hair, she eventually finds her place in ...