Order of Irene Hannon Books
Irene Hannon is an American author of Christian-themed contemporary romance and romantic suspense novels. She has been writing since she was 10, being honoured in a nationally published children’s magazine. Irene has since written over 50 novels and is a three-time RITA award winning author (among many other awards). She has both her B.A. in psychology and her M.A. in journalism, having worked for a Fortune 500 company at an executive level, before giving it all up to write full-time. In her spare time, Irene and her husband love travelling, spending Saturday mornings at the coffee shop and being with family. They live in Missouri.
Irene Hannon made her debut as a novelist in 1985 with the novel A Portrait of Love. Below is a list of Irene Hannon’s books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Vows Books
Publication Order of Sisters & Brides Books
Publication Order of Davis Landing Books
Publication Order of Heartland Homecoming Books
Publication Order of Heroes Of Quantico Books
Publication Order of Lighthouse Lane Books
|Tides of Hope||(2009)|
|The Hero Next Door||(2009)|
|The Doctor's Perfect Match||(2009)|
|A Father for Zach||(2010)|
Publication Order of Guardians Of Justice Books
Publication Order of Starfish Bay Books
Publication Order of Private Justice Books
Publication Order of Men Of Valor Books
Publication Order of Hope Harbor Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
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Irene Hannon Synopses: In Home for the Holidays by Irene Hannon, small business owner Laura Taylor hides her looks behind overalls and a baseball cap and tucks her tenderness under a sassy attitude. Yet she still can’t fool architect Nick Sinclair. Extremely drawn to the independent young widow, he wants to know everything about her. But Laura has her secrets – ones she can’t reveal.
In A Groom of Her Own by Irene Hannon, Samantha Reynolds’ past hasn’t been easy to get over, and thus she cannot allow herself to dream of a husband of her own. But then she fell for compassionate minister Brad Matthew, who taught her the true meaning of love and forgiveness. But she knew that by disclosing the truth, Brad’s power to practice what he preached would be put to the ultimate test. Did Samantha have enough faith in God to reconcile the past and pave a loving future?