Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Susan Elizabeth Titus was born 11 December 1948 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, daugther of Louesa Coate and John Aller Titus. She met her husband, Bill Phillips, on a blind date while in college. She obtained a BFA in Theater Arts from Ohio University and taught high school until her first child was born. She then became a stay-at-home mom.

She started to write by accident when her husband’s job moved them from Ohio to New Jersey. She and her best friend, Claire Kiehl Lefkowitz, were avid readers. They decided that they would write a book together. With blind luck, they worked their way through a story and Dell bought that manuscript published under the pseudonym of Justine Cole (reedited under their real names). Susan had been bitten by the writing bug and continued to write when Claire moved to the southwest. Her subsequent novels have gone on to win awards and land on bestseller lists. In addition to being the only two-time recipient of the Romance Writers of America's prestigious Favorite Book of the Year award, she also holds Romantic Times Career Achievement Award. Susan and her husband live in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. She is the proud mother of two grown sons.

                 
Contemporary RomanceFeb-2004 Buy
Contemporary RomanceJun-2002 Buy
Contemporary RomanceJan-2011 Buy
Contemporary RomanceFeb-1998 Buy
Contemporary RomanceOct-1989 Buy
Contemporary RomanceFeb-1987 Buy
Contemporary RomanceJul-2012 Buy
Contemporary RomanceApr-1995 Buy
Contemporary RomanceSep-2014 Buy
Contemporary RomanceJun-1993 Buy
Contemporary RomanceJun-1991 Buy
Contemporary RomanceAug-1994 Buy
Historical RomanceSep-2001 Buy
Contemporary RomanceFeb-1996 Buy
Contemporary RomanceFeb-1999 Buy
Contemporary RomanceAug-2005 Buy
Contemporary RomanceFeb-2007 Buy
Contemporary RomanceJan-1997 Buy
Historical RomanceDec-1984 Buy
Contemporary RomanceJan-2001 Buy
Contemporary RomanceSep-2014 Buy
Contemporary RomanceFeb-2009 Buy
Contemporary RomanceFeb-2000 Buy
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