Order of Luanne Rice Books
Luanne Rice is an American author of romance and women’s fiction. She is the author of the Hubbard’s Point series. Common themes of Luanne’s novels include nature, the sea, love and family. She is an environmentalist and fights against domestic violence. Her novels Crazy in Love, Blue Moon, Follow the Stars Home and Silver Bells have all be adapted into television movies, while Beach Girls has been adapted into a Lifetime mini-series. Luanne splits her time between New York City, Connecticut and Southern California.
Luanne Rice got her start when a poem of hers appeared in the local Hartford Courant when she was only 11 years old. When she was 15, she had a short story published in the Girl Scouts magazine American Girl. Her debut novel was Angels All Over Town, published in 1985. Below is a list of Luanne Rice’s novels in order of when they were first released:
Publication Order of Hubbard’s Point/Black Hall Books
|The Perfect Summer||(2003)|
Publication Order of Summer’s Child Books
Publication Order of Star Of The Sea Academy Books
Publication Order of Newport, Rhode Island Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Stories
Note: The Letters was written with Joseph Monninger.
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Luanne Rice Synopses: How We Started is a novella/collection of two stories featuring characters from previous Luanne Rice novels – The Silver Boat and Little Night. The story Paul and Clare introduces the heroine of Little Night and gives you a look at how she met her soulmate and how she gained a love of nature, despite living in the Big Apple. Miss Martha’s Vineyard is a glimpse into the friendship of Harrison Thaxter and Rorry McCarthy from The Silver Boat.
The novel Blue Moon is a standalone novel by Luanne Rice. It’s a look at the magic of life as well as the power of love and how extraordinary it can be.
In Home Fires, Anne Davis has given up life in the Big Apple for her hometown on a New England island. Her marriage broken, she returns to Salt Whistle Road where she can always find shelter, security and love. One night, she awakens to a fire that rages throughout her old home. Although she escapes, she must run back into the fire to save something so precious that she must risk her life to save it from the blaze.
Angels All Over Town is Luanne Rice’s debut novel. Una Cavan doesn’t believe in ghosts, but that doesn’t explain her father’s ghost appearing as casually as if he were still alive. One thing Una did believe in was that the women in her family had the power of witches and that they share an unbreakable bond of sisterhood. Although once her sisters find love, she wonders if she destined to be alone, or is there something greater destined for her?