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Wilde, Jennifer

Works: 57 works in 253 publications in 7 languages and 5,832 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Romance fiction  History 
Roles: Author, Actor
Publication Timeline
Most widely held works about Jennifer Wilde
Most widely held works by Jennifer Wilde
The slipper by Jennifer Wilde( Book )

18 editions published between 1987 and 2015 in 3 languages and held by 926 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A small Midwestern college brings together three very different women in 1955. Sensitive Carol Martin, attending on a scholarship, is from a small Kansas town. Nora Levin is a feisty, brilliant New Yorker. Introverted Julie Hammond is struggling to put her husband through law school. All three share an ambition for fame, riches, and loveNora wanting to be a writer, Carol and Julie aspiring to the stage. The story moves swiftly as the action shifts from Indiana to New York, Hollywood, and Paris, and there's plenty of heartache and happiness
Love me, Marietta by Jennifer Wilde( Book )

17 editions published between 1981 and 2015 in English and Italian and held by 474 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The spellbinding New York Times-bestselling sequel to Love's Tender Fury follows Marietta Danver as she is captured by pirates in the Caribbean and caught once again between the desires of three very different, passionate men After surviving harrowing twists of fate, Marietta Danver has finally overcome her hardscrabble past. Soon she will be the wife of Lord Derek Hawke, the English aristocrat who fought for his legacy and is about to reclaim his beloved ancestral estate. But in New Orleans, Marietta meets rakish, indigo-eyed Jeremy Bond, who both attracts and intrigues her. Then, on the e
Love's tender fury by Jennifer Wilde( Book )

34 editions published between 1976 and 2015 in 6 languages and held by 434 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

He turbulent story of an English beauty -- sold at auction like a slave -- who scandalized the New World by enslaving her masters. Marietta was a woman wronged--raped by her employer, charged with theft by her jealous mistress, and shipped to the Colonies to serve fourteen years as bound servant to the man who bid highest. But Marietta was beautiful, educated and resilient, with a provocative body meant for love, and she was determined to prevail. Over the handsome, silent planter who bought her to be his housekeeper. Over the dashing entrepreneur who supplied girls to the New Orleans red light district. Over the wealthy sadist who used her in his madness. She would conquer them all--if she could subdue the hot, unruly passions of her heart
When love commands by Jennifer Wilde( Book )

20 editions published between 1984 and 2015 in English and Italian and held by 381 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The New York Times & ndash;bestselling third book in Jennifer Wilde & rsquo;s acclaimed trilogy takes Marietta Danver to the dazzling palaces of imperial Russia, on a dangerous quest for passion, redemption, and love Marietta Danver is on her way to London to reunite with the man she loves when her coach crashes. She awakens ten days later in a village inn under the care of Lucie Orlov and her uncle. Tall, mesmerizingly handsome Count Gregory Orlov was Catherine the Great & rsquo;s uncrowned emperor and one of the most powerful men in the realm & mdash;until the possessive, wildly jealous empress banished her lover from the court. Marietta too has been betrayed. Jeremy Bond has left the city & mdash;with another woman and all of Marietta & rsquo;s money. Heartbroken, with nowhere else to turn, she takes the position of companion to Lucie and travels with the Orlovs back to Russia. At their lavish country estate in St. Petersburg, she becomes trapped in a different kind of prison. Caught up in the dangerous intrigues of the imperial court, she fights for her freedom and her life & mdash;and a love she & rsquo;ll move heaven and earth to claim. The Marietta Danver Trilogy also includes Love & rsquo;s Tender Fury and Love Me, Marietta
Angel in scarlet by Jennifer Wilde( Book )

8 editions published between 1986 and 2015 in English and held by 367 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

She was the toast of London a breathtaking vision every woman envied and every man longed to possess. Few would have dreamed this violet-eyed beauty was the precocious child of a country schoolmaster
Betrayal at Blackcrest by Jennifer Wilde( Book )

8 editions published between 1971 and 2015 in English and held by 350 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A young woman disappears and her cousin seeks answers from the enigmatic owner of a grand English estate in New York Times-bestselling author Jennifer Wilde's page-turning novel of romantic suspense Actress Deborah Lane has come to Blackcrest manor to find out why her cousin and only living relative has inexplicably broken off all communication. But no one at the legendary two-hundred-year-old mansion has heard of Delia Lane, including Derek Hawke, the man Delia claimed she was to marry. The brooding master of Blackcrest, Hawke lives with his elderly aunt, her menagerie of cats, and her rebellious teenage ward. Certain that Hawke is lying, and determined to find out what happened to her cousin, Deborah accepts his aunt's offer of employment to transcribe her memoirs. As Deborah follows a twisting trail of clues, she struggles to resist falling under Hawke's seductive spell--as her cousin did before her--and veers into the trap of a deranged killer who is preparing her to play a final part
They call her Dana by Jennifer Wilde( Book )

13 editions published between 1989 and 2015 in 3 languages and held by 317 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Born in the backwater bayous of Louisiana, beautiful Dana O'Malley fled the squalid farm and heavy work that had killed her well-born mother. With the pride and intelligence that was her heritage, Dana soon achieved wealth, fame ... and the avid attentions of four different men
Falconridge by Jennifer Wilde( Book )

7 editions published between 1969 and 2015 in English and held by 305 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

When lovely, young Lauren Moore arrives at Falconridge, a mysterious mansion with many hidden secrets, to live with relatives, she becomes caught up in the house's dark mysteries and falls in love with a man who might be the evil force behind it all
Stranger by the lake by Jennifer Wilde( Book )

8 editions published between 1971 and 2015 in English and held by 285 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Susan Marlow had always loved Greenwood Manor and its mistress, her aunt, Lady Agatha Gordon. But when Susan returned to the mansion, all seemed changed."--Cover
Come to castlemoor by Jennifer Wilde( Book )

8 editions published between 1970 and 2015 in English and held by 283 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A woman is caught up in a world of ancient rituals and human sacrifice in this enthralling, suspenseful Gothic romance by New York Times-bestselling author Jennifer Wilde When Katherine Hunt receives word that her archaeologist brother has died, his battered body found on the moors, she leaves London immediately for the remote village of Darkmead. There she vows to carry on his life's work: a comprehensive history of the primitive rites of the ancient Celts. But soon she discovers that her brother's half-completed manuscript is gone. Rumors swirl around the village and among the inhabitants of the magnificent ancestral estate called Castlemoor: seductive Burton Rodd, who runs the local pottery factory and warns Katherine to leave; beautiful, unbalanced Nicola; and Edward Clark, Rodd's charismatic cousin. The discovery of a strange amulet sweeps Katherine into a secret circle where chilling blood rituals are carried out under cover of night. Amid whispers of a secret Druid cult, violence claims more and more innocent lives. As Katherine begins to uncover the unspeakable truth, she grows desperate to find someone she can trust ... before she becomes the next sacrifice
Once more Miranda by Jennifer Wilde( Book )

18 editions published between 1983 and 2015 in 4 languages and held by 222 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Against the backdrop of the Jacobite rebellion, New York Times-bestselling author Jennifer Wilde spins the passionate tale of a beautiful pickpocket who finds love in the arms of a Scotsman bent on revenge In 1746 Miranda James lives by her wits on the streets of London, searching for easy marks--until she's caught picking the wrong pocket. Sentenced to hang, she is saved from the gallows by a fierce-eyed Scotsman ... on the condition she become his indentured servant. A loyal subject until his brothers were murdered at the Battle of Culloden in an attempt to restore Prince Charles to the Scottish throne, Cameron Gordon lives for revenge. As Miranda's master, he teaches her the power of words--and the pleasures of passion. From street urchin to celebrated author, from the dangers of a secret insurrection to the truth about her mysterious past, Miranda struggles against insurmountable odds, ready to make the ultimate sacrifice for the love that could be her future and her enduring legacy
When Emmalynn remembers by Jennifer Wilde( Book )

8 editions published between 1970 and 2015 in English and Undetermined and held by 213 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In Jennifer Wilde's page-turning novel of romantic suspense, a young woman becomes the target of a stealthy killer when she tries to recapture her memory of a horrific crime Emmalynn Rogers remembers nothing of the night her wealthy employer was brutally murdered-and she was the only witness. A fisherman was arrested for the crime, but he died in prison before he could be brought to trial, swearing his innocence with his last breath. And if he didn't kill Henrietta Stern, who did? When a surprising bequest makes Emmalynn the owner of Henrietta's dilapidated Brighton estate, she decides it's time to learn the truth about that tragic night. She finds herself caught between three men: Boyd Devlon, the house's charming caretaker; Gordon Stuart, Henrietta's rakish brother; and George Reed, who won't rest until he clears his father's name. But only two people know who murdered Henrietta-Emmalynn and a killer who will strike again when Emmalynn remembers
Wherever Lynn goes by Jennifer Wilde( )

6 editions published between 1994 and 2015 in English and held by 189 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In Jennifer Wilde's chilling tale of romantic suspense, a woman plunges into mortal danger when she investigates a brutal murder--and uncovers the truth about her own mysterious past Life is looking up for newspaper editor Lynn Morgan. She just got her first book contract and is seeing a terrific guy, attorney Lloyd Raymond. But her peace of mind is disrupted when she starts receiving prank phone calls from someone claiming to be her father, who has been dead for close to twenty years. Then a phone call from her aunt precedes a ghastly murder, and Lynn is drawn to the crime scene, in the village where she grew up. At her aunt's Devon estate, Lynn meets handsome, rakish Bartholomew Cooper. Why is the son of the town's most prominent nobleman living in her aunt's carriage house? The police insist they have identified the murderer and see no connection between the crime and Lynn's disturbing phone calls. But Lynn senses that the killer is still out there ... someone whose deadly connection to her past could obliterate her future
The lady of Lyon House by Jennifer Wilde( Book )

8 editions published between 1970 and 2015 in English and held by 168 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Fleeing a mysterious stranger in London, a young woman seeking refuge at a magnificent Devonshire estate discovers that an ominous secret stalks her every move Julia Meredith has a secret admirer--a handsome, elegantly dressed stranger who shadows her through the fog-shrouded London streets and comes to the music hall where she performs. He never speaks to her, and he vanishes the moment she leaves the stage. Fearing for her safety, Julia's guardians send the orphaned actress to the Devonshire home of flamboyant Corinne Lyon, whose charming, irresistible nephew, Edward, is heir to glorious Lyon House. But it is the tall, brooding painter Philip Ashley at the neighboring estate who rekindles the thrill of fear in Julia. Why does he seem to know so much about her? Soon she realizes that she isn't merely the object of one man's obsession--she's the target of someone who has killed before ... and who is getting ready to kill again
Dare to love by Jennifer Wilde( )

11 editions published between 1978 and 2015 in 3 languages and held by 167 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In New York Times-bestselling author Jennifer Wilde's sensually riveting historical romance, a young lady betrayed by her first love scandalizes society by becoming one of the world's most celebrated dancers and desirable women When dashing soldier and diplomat Brence Stephens rescues Mary Ellen Lawrence from a band of ruffians on the Cornish moors, a rare passion is ignited in their hearts. Yet when she needs him most, Brence abandons her. With the wild blood of her gypsy father running through her veins, Mary Ellen vows to someday pay him back as she travels to London, where she is determined to become the greatest ballerina in Europe. It's a promise she won't keep. She possesses something rarer than talent: star quality. Reborn as the fiery Elena Lopez, Mary Ellen dazzles the most powerful and celebrated men with her sultry performances. From princes to heads of state, her conquests include amorous composer Franz Liszt and Parisian literary lion Alexandre Dumas. But even as destiny carries her from the capitals of Europe to California's golden hills, Mary Ellen knows that only one man, the elusive, darkly compelling Brence, can satisfy the wild longings in her heart
Jamintha by Jennifer Wilde( )

5 editions published between 1977 and 2015 in English and Italian and held by 148 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A woman travels to a remote island on the edge of the moors to unravel the truth about a past she can't remember in master of suspense Jennifer Wilde's spellbinding Gothic romance Jane Danver has no memory of her first seven years at her family's ancestral estate on the isolated island of Danmoor. Now eighteen, she has been summoned home by her guardian to the place that still lives in her nightmares and fills her with terror. Tyrannical Charles Danver instills fear in the local villagers. His ne'er-do-well son, Brence, both frightens and attracts Jane, and the mysterious French housekeeper spies on her. Jane has only one ally: mysterious Jamintha, who believes that something is dangerously amiss at the mansion. As Jane's memory starts to return--with the help of handsome, dedicated Dr. Gavin Clark--she journeys back to a time and place that have left their mark on her forever. But deadly peril waits within the ruins of the house's west wing--an evil that could keep Jane from ever leaving Danver Hall again
The master of Phoenix Hall by Jennifer Wilde( Book )

6 editions published between 1968 and 2015 in English and held by 144 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In New York Times-bestselling author Jennifer Wilde's spellbinding Gothic romance, a woman inherits a house in Cornwall and is caught between two men, one of whom might be trying to kill her Orphaned by the sudden deaths of her parents, Angela Todd is barely making ends meet as a seamstress in late-nineteenth-century London-until a mysterious legacy makes her the mistress of a charming seaside cottage. Angela is enchanted by Dower House, but soon after her arrival, her new home is plagued by a band of thieves. The only people she can turn to for help are two men she barely knows. Roderick Mellory, the arrogant, raven-haired owner of vast Phoenix Hall, on whose estate Dower House was built, makes it clear he intends to reclaim the cottage. Almost against her will, Angela is irresistibly drawn to Roderick. But gallant Greg Ingram is vying for her love. Can she trust either of them? And who will protect her from a killer's vendetta?
Room beneath the stairs by Jennifer Wilde( )

3 editions published between 1992 and 2015 in English and held by 112 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

On an island haunted by the ghost of a murdered girl, a young wife must unravel an eerie mystery to save her marriage in New York Times-bestselling author Jennifer Wilde's spine-tingling novel of romantic suspense With its crashing waves, secret coves, and rumors of being haunted, Greycliff Island is a thrilling and magical place to lonely eleven-year-old Carolyn Dawson. It is here that she meets Grey Brandon, whose family owns the island's cannery and who becomes her only friend. Thirteen years pass before he walks into her London bookshop. After a whirlwind courtship, Carolyn returns to her beloved island off the Cornish coast--as Grey's bride. Not everyone likes the new mistress of Greycliff manor--not hostile, intimidating Burke, the servant who practically raised Grey; not Grey's aunt; and not her insolent son, Evan, who think Carolyn is a fortune hunter. One day, in the gardens beyond the estate, Carolyn finds a tiny gravestone. That night, she's awakened by a child's screams. Years ago, a girl was murdered in one of the island's caves. Is her ghost haunting Greycliff manor? When the household is rocked by murder, Carolyn must confront a flesh-and-blood killer--and a long-buried secret someone will kill to keep
Meet a dark stranger by Jennifer Wilde( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 103 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In New York Times-bestselling author Jennifer Wilde's spellbinding tale of romantic suspense, an ominous horoscope proves eerily accurate for a woman visiting a quaint English town "You will make a sudden journey and meet a dark stranger . . ." Author Jane Martin doesn't believe in fate, so when she stumbles across her horoscope in the newspaper one day, she decides to disregard it. But then her widowed brother calls, asking her to take care of his children while he's away at a science conference. He's even booked her a first-class train ticket. En route to her brother's house, Jane is accoste
Marabelle by Jennifer Wilde( )

2 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 103 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

New York Times-bestselling author Jennifer Wilde's dishy and delightful novel about a world-famous star is loosely based on the life of Tallulah Bankhead Three-year-old Marabelle Lawrence makes her first headline when she climbs onto the roof of her apartment building and waits to be rescued. Edward C. Hunt is enchanted by the budding star's attention-getting hijinks, and the two become instant friends. Many years later, they go their separate ways, Edward to Princeton to become a great writer and Marabelle to New York to become a star. But their relationship spans decades of Marabelle's tumultuous life--on and off the stage and screen. Sweeping from Alabama to New York, London to Hollywood, Marabelle delivers an unforgettable portrait of a larger-than-life personality, brilliantly capturing the frightened, vulnerable woman behind the flamboyant persona and the pathos beneath the drunken binges, passionate love affairs, and failed suicide attempts. With its cast of endearing characters, including real-life celebrities Noël Coward, Cole Porter, Dorothy Parker, Marlene Dietrich, and Gary Cooper, here is a vivid depiction of a place and time that will never come again
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