Order of Lynn Kurland Books
Lynn Kurland is an American author of fantasy romance novels. She is the author of the De Piaget series, MacLeod series and the Nine Kingdom series. Lynn started writing when she was five years old, but began to focus on music and put writing on the backburner. Once she got to college, she started reading romance novels, which is when she made the decision to start writing novels. Lynn is a three-time RITA award winning author as well as a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. She is a classical musician, and enjoys playing the cello, piano and singing.
Lynn Kurland became a published author in 1996 with the novel Stardust of Yesterday. Below is a list of Lynn Kurland’s books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of De Piaget Books
Chronological Order of De Piaget Books
Publication Order of MacLeod Books
Chronological Order of MacLeod Books
When reading the MacLeod series in chronological order, Three Wise Ghosts takes place between The Icing on the Cake and My Heart Stood Still.
Publication Order of Nine Kingdoms Books
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
|Veils of Time||(1999)|
|Love Came Just in Time||(2001)|
|A Knight's Vow||(2001)|
Notes: The short story And the Groom Wore Tule found in the anthology Veils of Time, which also contains stories by Maggie Shayne, Angie Ray and Ingrid Weaver. The short story The Tale of Two Swords is found in the anthology To Weave a Web of Magic, which also includes stories by Claire Delacroix, Patricia McKillip and Sharon Shinn. The story A Whisper of Spring is found in the anthology The Queen in Winter, which also includes stories by Claire Delacroix, Sharon Shinn and Sarah Monette. Opposites Attract also contains stories by Elizabeth Bevarly, Emily Carmichael and Elda Minger.
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Lynn Kurland Synopsis: Christmas Spirits is a short story collection that contains four ghost romance short stories by Lynn Kurland, Casey Claybourne, Elizabeth Bevarly and Jenny Lykins. Kurland’s contribution to the collection is Three Wise Ghosts.