American Pie
  • Length:
    12 Books
  • First:
    June 1990
  • Latest:
    May 1991
  • Rating:

Series List in Order

Order Author Book Series Genre Date Rating
1 HAR-345 Contemporary Romance / CR 4.5 Buy
2 HAR-349 Contemporary Romance / CR 4 Buy
3 HAR-353 Contemporary Romance / CR 4 Buy
4 HAR-357 Contemporary Romance / CR 4 Buy
5 HAR-361 Contemporary Romance / CR 4.5 Buy
6 HAR-365 Contemporary Romance / CR 4.5 Buy
7 HAR-369 Contemporary Romance / CR 4.5 Buy
8 HAR-373 Contemporary Romance / CR 4.5 Buy
9 HAR-377 Contemporary Romance / CR 4 Buy



10 HAR-381 Contemporary Romance / CR 4.5 Buy
11 HAR-385 Contemporary Romance / CR 4 Buy
12 HAR-389 Contemporary Romance / CR 4 Buy

Book Descriptions for series: Century of Romance


  • Margaret St. George
    Book - 1

    A CENTURY OF AMERICAN ROMANCE 1890s--1990s Spirited and ambitious, Polish immigrant Lucie Kolska arrives in New York on the eve of the twentieth century. Work is scarce, labor is cheap and the tenements are teeming. But Lucie's greatest challenge...



  • Dallas Schulze
    Book - 2

    Daughter of immigrants, child of the footlights, San Francisco seamstress Katie McBride has never known a day without work. Her industry finds its rewards when she's hired to sew the trousseau for the Nob Hill wedding of the 1905 season. Former Ro...



  • Suzanne Simmons Guntrum
    Book - 3

    A CENTURY OF AMERICAN ROMANCE Innocence cloaked the sleepy Indiana town where Christine Brick enjoyed girlhood. The Quaker farm girl knew sun-dappled afternoons sitting under the Golden Raintree dreaming of James Warren, all-American boy. It was a...



  • Rebecca Flanders
    Book - 4

    A CENTURY OF AMERICAN ROMANCE Fame. The cheekiest flapper at the Handley Hotel for Young Ladies, Alice Fontaine has bobbed her hair, shortened her skirt and come to New York to realize her dream: become the Sensation of the Decade. Fortune. Nic...



  • Anne Stuart
    Book - 5

    Flying ace Angela Hogan dreams of making a record-setting run from Newfoundland to Cuba. But the Depression threatens her very survival - and in a last-ditch effort to save Hogan Air Freight from bankruptcy, Angela hires Jack Clancy. A renowned w...



  • Barbara Bretton
    Book - 6

    A CENTURY OF AMERICAN ROMANCE 1890s--1990s At train depots everywhere women say "I'll Be Seeing You" to their husbands and lovers. Off to join the Allied cause are Catherine Wilson's father and fiance. To Catherine, Johnny Danza is yet another...



  • Barbara Bretton
    Book - 7

    They met amongst the pomp and pageantry of Queen Elizabeth's coronation. They courted on fog-shrouded streets and in intimate pubs. And after only one day, brash American Mac Weaver had won the heart of Englishwoman Jane Townsend. He promised her ...



  • Libby Hall
    Book - 8

    A CENTURY OF AMERICAN ROMANCE 1890s--1990s Reporting for an underground newspaper, Jennifer Wright champions counterculture causes--and fears love's dangers. Test pilot Lij Branigan explores the limits of speed and performance in experimental ...



  • Elise Title
    Book - 9

    A CENTURY OF AMERICAN ROMANCE 1890s--1990s Her love hasn't got a chance. David Nichols has always been practically family. But while it may not be cool for David to dig his best friend's little sister, there is nothing sisterly about the way Anni...







  • Tracy Hughes
    Book - 10

    A CENTURY OF AMERICAN ROMANCE 1890s--1990s A cease-fire has been declared in Indochina, but in Carrie Hunter's heart, the war rages on. A tragic loss fuels her political activism ... but disillusionment won't be healed by rallies and rhetoric. ...



  • Eileen Nauman
    Book - 11

    A CENTURY OF AMERICAN ROMANCE When Abby Fielding is knocked into the frigid Bering Sea, she has only one thought: to save the planet's gentlest creatures from a whaler's harpoon. When Aleksandr Rostov dives from his helicopter into those arctic wa...



  • Judith Arnold
    Book - 12

    "I crave your body." Seeing this message on her computer screen, Lucy Beckwith wondered if she'd finally gone mad. It had to be a mistake; at the very least, someone's idea of a bad joke. "I want you, Lucy Beckwith." Her admirer certainly knew who...