AAR’s reviewed Susan Elizabeth Phillips sixteen times–we’ve given her ten DIKs. The lowest grade she’s gotten here is a single C. (That book, Dance Away with Me, also got a B here.) Given that she’s been writing since 1983–her first book, The Copeland Bride, was published under the name Justine Cole. Most romance readers first discovered her in 1991 when she wrote Hot Shot, a remarkably prophetic book about the the rise of the personal computer. Wikipedia credits her with inventing the sports romance and her Chicago Stars series is one of the best selling romance series of its era. Other than The Copeland Bride, we’ve reviewed all but two of her books: Heroes Are My Weakness and Fancy Pants.
When I first started reading romance, Phillips was one of the first authors I glommed. I love stories with secondary romances and she does […]