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Romances featuring heroes or heroines who are in the performing or creative arts, such as actors, singers, artists, best-selling novelists, and dancers

(List begun 05/00, updated 10/09)

 

Artists, Photographers, Sculptors
Authors
Dancers
Movies, Radio, Theatre, Television
Politicians
Singers, Song Writers, Musicians

 

Artists, Photographers, Sculptors

  • Alathea (1985) by Pamela Belle - European Historical
    Alathea, the heroine, is a painter.
  • The Past Tense of Love (1970) by Elizabeth Cadell - Contemporary
    Pierre Leclair is a painter.
  • The Nekkid Truth in Big Guns out of Uniform (2003) by Nicole Camden - Contemporary
    Debbie Valley, the heroine, is a freelance photographer.
  • My False Heart (1999) by Liz Carlyle - European Historical
    Evangeline van Artevalde, the heroine, is an artist.
  • The Portrait (1995) by Megan Chance - American Historical
    Jonas Whitaker, the hero, is a painter.
  • Captives of the Night (1994) by Loretta Chase - European Historical
    Leila Beaumont, the heroine, is a portrait painter.
  • Lord Perfect (2006) by Loretta Chase - European Historical
    Bathsheba Wingate, the heroine, is an artist and painter.
  • And Then Came Morning (9/1993) by Daphne Clair - HP-1586
    Joel Matheson, the hero, is an artist.
  • A Ruling Passion (4/1984) by Daphne Clair - HP-679
    Alex Cameron, the heroine, is a jade carver.
  • The Cinderella Deal (10/1996) by Jennifer Crusie - LS-807
    Daisy Flattery, the heroine, is an artist.
  • Bliss (1995) by Judy Cuevas - European Historical
    Nardi de Saint Vallier, the hero, is a washed-up famous sculptor.
  • Dangerous Games (1999) by Justine Dare - Contemporary
    Lake MacGregor, the heroine, is a painter.
  • Surrender of a Siren (2009) by Tessa Dare - European Historical
    Sophie Hathaway, the heroine, is a painter.
  • That Scandalous Evening (1998) by Christina Dodd - European Historical
    Jane Higgenbothem, the heroine, is a sculptor.
  • Dark Pursuer (8/1976) by Jane Donnelly- HR-1993
    Kate Howard, the heroine, is a painter.
  • Mr. Family (10/1996) by Margot Early - HSR-711
    Erika Blade, the heroine, is a watercolor painter.
  • A Fresh Perspective (1996) by Elisabeth Fairchild - Regency
    Reed, Viscount Talbott, the hero, and Megan Breech, the heroine, are artists.
  • Lair of the Dragon (10/1996) by Catherine George - HRS-299
    Bran Llewellyn, the hero, is a painter.
  • The Unwilling Bride (5/1996) by Jennifer Greene - SD-998
    Paige Stanford, the heroine, sculpts cameos.
  • Beyond Seduction (2002) by Emma Holly - European Historical
    Nicolas Craven, the hero, is a painter.
  • Finding Laura (1998) by Kay Hooper - Contemporary
    Laura Sutherland, the heroine, is a commercial artist.
  • After Innocence (1994) by Brenda Joyce - European Historical
    Sofie O'Neil, the heroine, is an artist.
  • The Legend of the Sorcerer (2000) by Donna Kauffman - Contemporary/Paranormal
    Jordy Decker, the heroine, is a sculptor.
  • Beau Crusoe (2007) by Carla Kelly - Regency
    Susannah Park, the heroine, is a painter.
  • Night Embrace (2003) by Sherrilyn Kenyon - Alternate Reality
    Sunshine Runningwolf, the heroine, is a sculptor and painter.
  • A Natural Attachment (1990) by Katherine Kingsley - Regency
    Eliza Austerleigh, the heroine, is an artist.
  • Retribution (7/1981) by Charlotte Lamb - HP-442
    Laura Sloan, the heroine, is an artist.
  • Sleeping Partners (6/1993) by Charlotte Lamb - HP-1560
    Sam Hardy, the hero, is a photographer.
  • Death Is Forever (2004) by Elizabeth Lowell - Contemporary
    Erin Windsor, the heroine, is a photographer.
  • Die in Plain Sight (2003) by Elizabeth Lowell - Contemporary
    Lacey Quinn, the heroine, is an artist.
  • Midnight in Ruby Bayou (2004) by Elizabeth Lowell - Contemporary
    Faith Donovan, the heroine, is a jewelry designer.
  • To the Ends of the Earth (1998) by Elizabeth Lowell - Contemporary
    Cat Cochran, the heroine, is a photographer.
  • A Woman Without Lies (2/1985) by Elizabeth Lowell - SIM-81
    Angelina Lange, the heroine, is a stained glass artist.
  • On a Fated Night (1965) by Dorothea Malm - European Historical
    Elizabeth Schaffner is a painter.
  • The Diamond Tiger (1992) by Ann Maxwell (Elizabeth Lowell) - Contemporary
    Erin Windsor, the heroine, is a photographer.
  • The Time Traveler's Wife (2003) by Audrey Niffenegger - Contemporary
    Claire Abshire DeTamble, the heroine, is a paper sculptor.
  • If Andy Warhol Had a Girlfriend (2005) by Alison Pace - Contemporary
    Ian Rhys-Fitzsimmons, the hero, is a famous sculptor.
  • River of Fire (1996) by Mary Jo Putney - European Historical
    Rebecca Seaton, the heroine, and Kenneth Wilding, the hero, are both artists.
  • The Serpent Garden (1996) by Judith Merkle Riley - European Historical
    Susanna Dallet is a painter.
  • Born in Fire (1994) by Nora Roberts - Contemporary
    Margaret Mary Concannon, the heroine, is a glass sculptor.
  • Divine Evil (1992) by Nora Roberts - Contemporary
    Clare Kimball, the heroine, is a metal sculptor.
  • One Man's Art (9/1985) by Nora Roberts - SSE-259
    Grant Campbell, the hero, is a artist.
  • Sanctuary (1997) by Nora Roberts - Contemporary
    Jo Ellen Hathaway, the heroine, is a photographer.
  • Vision in White (2009) by Nora Roberts - Contemporary
    Mackensie "Mac" Elliot, the heroine, is a photographer.
  • Heaven's Fire (1996) by Patricia Ryan - Medieval
    Corliss, the heroine, is a manuscript illuminator.
  • Sweet Baby (1998) by Sharon Sala - Contemporary
    Tory Lancaster, the heroine, is a professional photographer.
  • Girl in a Golden Bed (9/1987) by Anne Weale - HP-1013
    David Castle, the hero, and Liz Redwood, the heroine, are both artists.
  • Betrayal in Bali (11/1980) by Sally Wentworth - HP-396
    Gael Markham, the heroine, is an artist.
  • Broken Destiny (9/1992) by Sally Wentworth - HP-1494
    Duncan Lyle, the hero, is an artist.
  • Wish on the Moon (6/1990) by Sally Wentworth - HP-1278
    Skye Holman, the heroine, is a painter.
  • Lord of the Night (1993) by Susan Wiggs - Medieval
    Laura Bandello, the heroine, is a painter.
  • Portrait of a Love (11/1984) by Joan Wolf - RR-89
    Isabel McCarthy, the heroine, is a painter.

Authors
  • Fetters of the Past (1/1985) by Laurey Bright - SSE-213
    Jess Newall, the heroine, is a novelist.
  • Letters to Kelly (4/2003) by Suzanne Brockmann - SIM-1213
    Jax Winchester, the hero, is a romance novelist.
  • In the Dark (3/1999) by Pamela Burford - HT-723
    Caitlin Seabright, the heroine, writes unauthorized biographies.
  • Brighton Road (1988) by Susan Carroll - Regency
    Gwenda Vickers is a Gothic novelist.
  • Red Roses Mean Love (1999) by Jacquie D'Alessandro - Regency
    Hayley Albright, the heroine, is a novelist.
  • Crossed Quills (1998) by Carola Dunn - Regency
    Lord Wynn Selworth, the hero, is a romance novelist; Miss Pippa Lisle, the heroine, is a political essayist.
  • Sweet Temptation (10/1992) by Marcia Evanick - LS-570
    Augusta Bodine, the heroine, is a children's book writer.
  • All Fall Down (10/1991) by Robin Francis - HI-171
    Jenny Spaulding, the heroine, is writer.
  • A Civilised Arrangement (9/1991) by Catherine George - HR-3147
    Patrick Savage, the hero, is a playwright.
  • Sex, Lies, and Online Dating (2006) by Rachel Gibson - Contemporary
    Lucy Rothschild, the heroine, is a mystery writer.
  • Tangled up in You (2007) by Rachel Gibson - Contemporary
    Maddie Jones, the heroine, is a true crime writer.
  • Enchanting (1994) by Sharon Green - Alternate Reality
    Deanne Lane, the heroine, is a fantasy writer.
  • With Seduction in Mind (2009) by Laura Lee Guhrke - European Historical
    Sebastian Grant, Earl of Avermore, is an author and playwright.
  • Sylvester or The Wicked Uncle (1957) by Georgette Heyer - Regency
    Phoebe Meadows, the heroine, is an anonymous writer of romans a clef.
  • Girls Night by Stef Ann Holm - Contemporary
    Vince Tremonti, the hero, is a true crime writer.
  • My Hero (2005) by Marianna James - Contemporary
    Miranda Lane, the heroine, is a romance novelist.
  • The Devil to Pay (2/1985) by Stephanie James (Jayne Ann Krentz) - SD-187
    Emelina Stratton, the heroine, is a writer.
  • All Night Long (1999) by Michelle Jerott - Contemporary
    Annie Beckett, the heroine, is a non-fiction writer/photographer.
  • The Legend of the Sorcerer (2000) by Donna Kauffman - Contemporary/Paranormal
    Malacai L'Baan, the hero, is an author.
  • Night Spice (8/1990) by Karen Keast - SSE-614
    Blake, the hero, is a mystery writer.
  • Nobody Does it Better (2/2000) by Julie Kenner - HT-772
    Paris Sommers, the heroine, writes spy novels.
  • Dreaming of You (1994) by Lisa Kleypas - European Historical
    Sara Fielding, the heroine, is a novelist.
  • Suddenly You (2001) by Lisa Kleypas - European Historical
    Amanda Briars, the heroine, is a novelist.
  • A Rose for Maggie (8/1991) by Kathleen Korbel - SIM-396
    Joe Burgett, the hero, writes children's books.
  • The Adventurer (4/1990) by Jayne Ann Krentz - HT-293
    Sarah Fleetwood, the heroine, is a romance writer.
  • A Coral Kiss (1987) by Jayne Ann Krentz - Contemporary
    Amelia Slater, a heroine, is a writer.
  • The Cowboy (6/1990) by Jayne Ann Krentz - HT-302
    Margaret Lark, the heroine, is a romance writer.
  • Dreams: Part 1 and 2 (1992) by Jayne Ann Krentz - Contemporary
    Colby Savagar, the hero, is a horror writer.
  • Grand Passion (1994) by Jayne Ann Krentz - Contemporary
    Cleo Robbins, the heroine, is a novelist.
  • The Pirate (2/1990) by Jayne Ann Krentz - HT-287
    Katherine Inskip, the heroine, writes romance novels.
  • Witchcraft (9/1985) by Jayne Ann Krentz - HT-74
    Kimberly Sawyer, the heroine, is a mystery writer.
  • Exile's End (1990) by Rachel Lee - SIM-449
    Mandy Grant, the heroine, is a science fiction/fantasy writer.
  • Love's a Stage (1980) by Laura London (Sharon and Tom Curtis) - Regency
    Lord David Landry is a playwright.
  • Dedication (2005) by Janet Mullany - Regency
    Adam Ashworth, the hero, is a romance novelist.
  • Heart of Ice (8/1984) by Diana Palmer - SR-314
    Katriane James, the heroine, writes romance novels.
  • Passion (1996) by Marilyn Pappano - Contemporary
    John Smith, the hero, writes horror novels.
  • Breathing Room (2002) by Susan Elizabeth Phillips - Contemporary
    Dr. Isabel Favor, the heroine, is a self-help guru and writer.
  • This Heart of Mine by Susan Elizabeth Phillips - Contemporary
    Molly Somerville, the heroine, writes children's books.
  • With This Ring (1998) by Amanda Quick - European Historical
    Beatrice Poole, the heroine, writes gothic novels.
  • Sunshine and the Shadowmaster (9/1995) by Christine Rimmer - SSE-979
    Lucas Drury, the hero, is a horror writer.
  • Night Magic (1987) Karen Robards - Contemporary
    Clara Winston, the heroine, is an author.
  • Angels Fall (2006) by Nora Roberts - Contemporary
    Brody is a mystery writer.
  • Born in Ice (1995) by Nora Roberts - Contemporary
    Grayson Thane, the hero, is a mystery writer.
  • The Last Honest Woman (5/1988) by Nora Roberts - SSE-451
    Dylan Crosby is a writer.
  • Montana Sky (1996) by Nora Roberts - Contemporary
    Tess Mercy is a Hollywood screenwriter.
  • The Perfect Neighbor (2/1999) by Nora Roberts - SSE-1232
    Preston McQuinn, the hero, is a playwright, and Cybil Campbell is a famous cartoonist.
  • Second Nature (1/1986) by Nora Roberts - SSE-288
    Hunter Brown is a horror writer.
  • The Kiss of Death (10/1992) by Patricia Rosemoor - HI-199
    Rae Magill, the heroine, is the head scriptwriter on a soap opera.
  • The Age of Impropriety (2008) by Pam Rosenthal - European Historical
    Marina, Countess of Gorham, is a novelist.
  • Lord Peter Wimsey/Harriet Vane mysteries (1932-1937) by Dorothy Sayers - Contemporary
    Harriet Vane is a mystery writer.
  • Sleeping Beauty (2000) by Dallas Schulze - Contemporary
    Neill Devlin, the hero, is a true crime writer.
  • The Devil Earl (1996) by Deborah Simmons - HH-317 - European Historical
    Prudence Lancaster, the heroine, is a novelist.
  • Hold on Tight (5/1988) and Never Let Go (2/1989) by Deborah Smith - LS-255, LS-308
    Rucker McClure, the hero, is a syndicated columnist and humorist.
  • Imprudent Lady (1978) by Joan Smith - Regency
    Prudence Mallow, the heroine, is a novelist, and Lord Dammler, the hero, is a poet and playwright.
  • Reprise (1982) by Joan Smith - Regency
    Prudence Mallow, the heroine, is a novelist, and Lord Dammler, the hero, is a poet and playwright.
  • Isn't It Romantic (1998) by Ronda Thompson - Contemporary
    Katrine Summerville, the heroine, writes romance novels.
  • Mr. Valentine (2/1997) by Vicki Lewis Thompson - HT-624
    Jack Killigan, the hero, writes romance novels.
  • Too Good to Forget (9/1991) by Marilyn Tracy - SIM-399
    Katherine McDonald, the heroine, is a novelist.
  • Flirting with Danger (12/1989) by Linda Turner - SIM-316
    Austin LePort, the hero, is a writer.
  • Shadow Play (5/1995) by Sally Wentworth - HP-1738
    Ben Rigby, the hero, and Nell Marsden are both scriptwriters.
  • Beloved Stranger (3/1984) by Joan Wolf - RR-58
    Susan Morgan, the heroine, is a writer.

Dancers
  • The Veiled Web (1999) by Catherine Asaro - Futuristic
    Lucia del Mar, the heroine, is a ballerina.
  • Stranger at Wildings (1975) by Madeleine Brent - European Historical
    Chantal, the heroine, is a circus trapeze artist.
  • Morning Song (10/1983) by Rebecca Flanders - HP-632
    Lauren Davis, the heroine, is a dancer.
  • The Rope Dancer (1986) by Roberta Gellis - Medieval
    Carys, the heroine, is a dancer.
  • Once More with Feeling (10/1983) by Melinda Harris - SCAL-152
    Kathleen Maslin, the heroine, is a dancer.
  • One Last Dance (3/1985) by Claire Harrison - HP-769
    Marta Cole and Casmir Rudenko are both ballet dancers.
  • Wild Card (1996) by Nancy Hutchinson - Contemporary
    Sarah McDonald, the heroine, is a ballet dancer turned movie star.
  • A Company of Swans (1985) by Eva Ibbotson - European Historical
    Harriet Morton, the heroine, is dancer in a ballet troupe.
  • Beloved Ballerina (10/1974) by Roberta Leigh - HP-64
    Lucie Marlow Summerford, the heroine, is a ballerina.
  • Lightning that Lingers (12/1983) by Laura London (Sharon and Tom Curtis) - LS-25
    Philip Brooks, the hero, is a male stripper.
  • Cheek to Cheek (7/1991) by Lynn Patrick - HSR-461
    Kit Garfield and Gabrielle Brooks Lacroix are both dancers.
  • Dangerous Diversions (1994) by Margaret Evans Porter - Regency
    Rosalie de Barante, the heroine, is a dancer.
  • Dance of Dreams (9/1983) by Nora Roberts - SSE-116
    Nick Davidov, the hero, is a choreographer, and Ruth Bannion, the heroine, is a ballet dancer.
  • Dance to the Piper (1988) by Nora Roberts - Contemporary
    Maddy O'Hurley, the heroine, is a dancer.
  • Reflections (6/1983) by Nora Roberts - SSE-100
    Lindsay Dunne, the heroine, is a ballet dancer and teacher.
  • Tender Is the Tyrant (5/1968) by Violet Winspear - HR-1208
    Lauri Garner, the heroine, is a ballet dancer.

Movies, Radio, Theatre, Television
  • The Man that Got Away (5/1998) by Harper Allen - HI-468
    Dana Smith, the heroine, is a director's assistant and former starlet.
  • Heart Waves (12/1992) by Gloria Alvarez - KSM-120
    Peyton Adair, the heroine, and Cass Sloane, the hero, are both radio disc jockeys.
  • Green Harvest (11/1977) by Elizabeth Ashton - HR-2116
    Toni Everard, the heroine, becomes an actress.
  • Lady in the Limelight (5/1976) by Elizabeth Ashton - HR-1972
    Averil Avon, the heroine, is stage actress.
  • The Phantom Garden (1974) by Sheila Bishop - European Historical
    Celia Greenwood, the heroine, is an actress.
  • Heart Throb (1999) by Suzanne Brockmann - Contemporary
    Jericho Beaumont, the hero, is a famous actor; Kate O'Laughlin, the heroine, is a Hollywood producer.
  • Playing the Jack (1984) by Mary Brown - European Historical
    Jack Landless, the hero, and Zoe Mortimer, the heroine, both act.
  • She Went All the Way (2002) by Meggin Cabot - Contemporary
    Jack Townsend, the hero, is a movie star.
  • The Good, the Bad, and the Sexy (2002) by Emily Carmichael - Contemporary
    Jackson Stone, the hero, is a movie star.
  • Dance (1996) by Judy Cuevas - European Historical
    Marie Du Gard, the heroine, is a filmmaker.
  • Sunshine and Shadow (1986) by Sharon and Tom Curtis - Contemporary
    Alan Wilde, the hero, is a movie director.
  • Song of a Wren (3/1986) by Emma Darcy - HP-864
    Robert Knight, the hero, is a television producer.
  • Strike at the Heart (2/1988) by Emma Darcy - HR-2822
    Sunny King, the hero, is movie director.
  • Target of Opportunity (7/1993) by Justine Davis - SIM-506
    Cash Riordan, the hero, is an actor.
  • Knock Me off My Feet (2002) by Susan Donovan - Contemporary
    Autumn Adams, the heroine, is a TV host.
  • The Keeper (11/1995) by Margot Early - HSR-668
    Zachary Key, the hero, is a model/actor.
  • The Sensation (9/1990) by Rebecca Flanders - HAR-357
    Alice Fontaine, the heroine, is an aspiring actress.
  • Talk to Me (9/1999) by Jan Freed - HS-858
    Kara Taylor and Travis Malloy are hosts of a talk show.
  • The Folly of Loving (3/1987) by Catherine George - HR-2822
    Gavin Creed, the hero, is an actor.
  • The Chequered Silence (8/1984) by Jacqueline Gilbert - HR-2631
    Max Calvert, the hero, is a theater director, Leah Durrance, the heroine, is a producer and former actress.
  • Enchantment in Venice (6/1990) by Lucy Gordon - SSE-185
    Adam Wakeman, the hero, is a movie star.
  • Just Good Friends (7/1987) by Lucy Gordon - SD-363
    Antonia Locksley, the heroine, is a director, and Flynn Rawley, the hero, is an actor.
  • Killing Kelly (2005) by Heather Graham - Contemporary
    Kelly Trent, the heroine, is a TV actress.
  • Magic Flutes (1978) by Eva Ibbotson - Historical Fiction
    Tessa, the heroine, works backstage in an opera company.
  • Capture the Rainbow (8/1984) by Iris Johansen - LS-55
    Kendra Michaels, the heroine, is a stunt woman.
  • Notorious (1/1990) by Iris Johansen - LS-378
    Mallory Thane, the heroine, is an actress.
  • Night Spice (8/1990) by Karen Keast - SSE-614
    Rory, the heroine, is a radio announcer.
  • Miss Billings Treads the Boards (1993) by Carla Kelly - Regency
    Kate Billings, the heroine, becomes an actress.
  • Because You're Mine (1997) by Lisa Kleypas - European Historical
    Logan Scott, the hero, is an actor with the Capitol Theatre in London.
  • Somewhere I'll Find You (1996) by Lisa Kleypas - European Historical
    Julia Wentworth, the heroine, is an actress with the Capitol Theatre in London.
  • Extreme Bachelor (2006) by Julia London - Contemporary
    Leah Klein, the heroine, is an actress.
  • Love's a Stage (1980) by Laura London (Sharon and Tom Curtis) - CR-565 - Regency
    Francis Atherton, the heroine, becomes actress.
  • Dangerous Stunt (2/1985) by Mary Lyons - HP-763
    Lynette Harris, the heroine, is a stuntwoman.
  • Power Play (2009) by Deirdre Martin - Contemporary
    Monica Geary, the heroine, is an actress.
  • Perfect (1993) by Judith McNaught - Contemporary
    Zach Benedict, the hero, is a famous actor.
  • Someone To Watch over Me (2003) by Judith McNaught - Contemporary
    Leigh Kendall, the heroine, is an actress.
  • Acts of Love (1997) by Judith Michael - Contemporary
    Jessica Fontaine, the heroine, is a theater actress and Lucas Cameron, the hero, is a theater director.
  • Mischief Becomes Her (2008) by Kasey Michaels - Contemporary
    Jessica Sunshine, the heroine, has a local TV news show.
  • Fortune's Smile (9/1984) by Cassie Miles - THTH-35
    Dylan Frazier, the hero, is a Broadway director and Carrie Frazier, the heroine, is an actress.
  • True Enchanter (2/1988) by Susan Napier - HP-1051
    Richard Marlow, the hero, is a movie director.
  • Freudian Slip (2009) by Erica Orloff - Contemporary
    Julian Shaw, the hero, is a disc jockey.
  • Breathing Room (2002) by Susan Elizabeth Phillips - Contemporary
    Lorenzo Gage, the hero, is a movie star.
  • Glitter Baby (1987) by Susan Elizabeth Phillips - Contemporary
    Fleur Savagar, the heroine, is an actress.
  • Heaven, Texas (1995) by Susan Elizabeth Phillips - Contemporary
    Bobby Tom Denton, the hero, is a retired football player turned movie star.
  • Honey Moon (1993) by Susan Elizabeth Phillips - Contemporary
    Honey Jane Moon, the heroine, was a child TV star; Dash Coogan and Eric Dillon are both actors.
  • Toast of the Town (1993) by Margaret Evans Porter - Regency
    Flora Campion, the heroine, is an actress.
  • Double Masquerade (1989) by Martha Jean Powers - Regency
    Blaine Meriweather, the heroine, is an actress.
  • One Perfect Rose (1997) by Mary Jo Putney - European Historical
    Rosalind Jordan, the heroine is an actress in a theatrical troupe.
  • The Spiral Path (2002) by Mary Jo Putney - Contemporary
    Kenzie Scott, the hero, is an actor and Rainey Marlowe, the heroine, is an actor/director.
  • Dual Image (12/1985) by Nora Roberts - SIM-123
    April Kirkwood, the heroine, is a soap opera star.
  • Night Shift (1/1991) by Nora Roberts - SIM-365
    Cilla O'Roarke, the heroine, is a radio announcer.
  • Skin Deep (9/1988) by Nora Roberts - SSE-475
    Chantel O'Hurley, the heroine, is an actress.
  • Tribute (2008) by Nora Roberts - Contemporary
    Cilla McGowan, the heroine, was a child actress.
  • The Kiss of Death (10/1992) by Patricia Rosemoor - HI-199
    Teague Slaughter, the hero, is a soap opera star.
  • Again (1994) by Kathleen Gilles Seidel - Contemporary
    Alec Cameron, the hero, is a soap opera star; Jenny Cotton is the head writer for the show.
  • Lovers' Vows (1981) by Joan Smith - Regency
    Holly McCormack, the heroine, is an amateur actress and Lord Dewar, the hero, is a theater director.
  • Kill Me Twice (2005) by Roxanne St. Claire - Contemporary
    Jasmine Adams, the heroine, is posing as a newscaster.
  • Satisfaction (2007) by Marianne Stillings - Contemporary
    Georgiana Mundy, the heroine, is a television chef and lifestyle guide.
  • The Monster in the Closet in Silhouette Shadows (1992) by Anne Stuart - Contemporary
    Sebastain Brand, the hero, is a theatre and movie actor specializing in horror movies.
  • The Lily and the Hawk (1993) by Marlene Suson - European Historical
    Lily Culhane, the heroine, is an actress.
  • Darkling I Listen (2001) by Katherine Sutcliffe - Romantic Suspense
    Brandon Carlyle, the hero, is a movie star.
  • Last Summer (1993) by Theresa Weir - Contemporary
    Johnnie Irish, the hero, is a movie actor.
  • His Lordship's Mistress (1982) by Joan Wolf - Regency
    Jessica O'Neal, the heroine, becomes an actress.
  • Summer Storm (2/1983) by Joan Wolf - RR-8
    Christopher Douglas, the hero, is a movie star.

Politicians
  • Come Be My Love (1983) by Diana Brown - Regency
    Darius Wentworth, the hero, is a politician.
  • Mirror Image (1990) by Sandra Brown - Contemporary
    Tate Rutledge, the hero, is a U.S. Senate candidate.
  • Welcome to Temptation (2000) by Jennifer Crusie - Contemporary
    Phin Tucker, the hero, is mayor of Temptation.
  • The Kept Woman (2006) by Susan Donovan - Contemporary
    Jack Tolliver, the hero, is a U.S. senator.
  • Rightfully His (1998) by Tracy Grant - European Historical
    Francis Storbridge, the hero, is a member of parliament.
  • First Lady (2000) by Susan Elizabeth Phillips - Contemporary
    Cornelia Litchfield Case, the heroine, is the First Lady of the United States.
  • Someone to Believe in (2005) by Kathryn Shay - Contemporary
    Clay Wainwright, the hero, is a U.S. senator.
  • Sweet and Twenty (1979) by Joan Smith - Regency
    Matthew Hudson, the hero, is a political consultant.
  • Love upon the Wind (9/1987) by Sally Stewart - HR-2862
    Nicholas Redfern, the hero, is standing for Parliament.
  • Between the Sheets (2008) by Robin Wells - Contemporary
    Max Duval, the hero, is running for re-election as district attorney.
  • Portrait of a Love (11/1984) by Joan Wolf - RR-89
    Leo Sinclair, the hero, is a U.S. senator.

Singers, Song Writers, Musicians
  • Spotlight (2000) by Carol Bellacera - Contemporary
    Devin O'Keefe, the hero, is the lead singer in an Irish rock band.
  • Alone in the Crowd (1994) by Georgia Bockoven - Contemporary
    Cole Webster, the hero, is a country music star.
  • The Capricorn Stone (1979) by Madeleine Brent - European Historical
    Bridie Chance, the heroine, is a music hall performer.
  • He's So Shy (1/1994) by Linda Cajio - LS-664
    Richard Creighton, the hero, is a movie star.
  • One Last Chance (9/1993) by Justine Davis - SIM-517
    Shea Austin, the hero, is a nightclub singer.
  • This Lullaby (2002) by Sarah Dessen - Young Adult
    Dexter Jones, the hero, is a singer.
  • Tender Rhapsody (1/1983) by Judith Duncan - HSR-51
    Jillian Lambert, the heroine, is a rock star.
  • Georgia Nights (4/1986) by Kathleen Eagle - SSE-304
    Connor Ryan, the hero, is a singer in a band.
  • Mr. Family (10/1996) by Margot Early - HSR-711
    Kal Johnson, the hero, is a pop musician.
  • Lady Barbara's Dilemma (1993) by Marjorie Farrell - Regency
    Lord Alexander Macleod, the hero, is a violinist/composer, and Lady Barbara Stanley, the heroine, is a pianist.
  • Morning Song (10/1983) by Rebecca Flanders - HP-632
    Shane Holt, the hero, is a singer/songwriter.
  • If Looks Could Kill (10/1991) by M.L. Gamble - HI-172
    Brennan Richards, the hero, is a rock star.
  • Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground (1997) by Annie Garrett - Contemporary
    Buck Campbell, the hero, is a country music star.
  • The Rope Dancer (1986) by Roberta Gellis - Medieval
    Telor, the hero, is a minstrel.
  • His Every Kiss (2004) by Laura Lee Guhrke - European Historical
    Dylan Moore, the hero, is a composer.
  • Once More with Feeling (10/1983) by Melinda Harris - SCAL-152
    Guy Maslin, the hero, is an orchestra conductor.
  • Bad For Each Other (6/1997) by Kate Hathaway - SIM-791
    Charlie Cochran, the hero is a country music star.
  • Last Act (1979) by Jane Aiken Hodge - Contemporary
    Anna Paget, the heroine, is an opera singer.
  • Larger than Life (1986) by Kay Hooper - Contemporary
    Saber Duncan, the heroine, is a singer.
  • The Golden Touch (7/1982) by Robin James (Sharon and Tom Curtis) - SCAL-58
    Neil Stratton, the hero, is a rock star.
  • The Reluctant Lark (11/1983) by Iris Johansen - LS-24
    Sheena Reardon, the heroine, is a singer.
  • An Unexpected Song (12/1990) by Iris Johansen - LS-438
    Daisy Justine, the heroine, is a singer.
  • Challenge of a Lifetime (12/1990) by Barbara Kaye - HSR-433
    Dane Markham, the hero, is a country singer.
  • When I Fall in Love (2007) by Lynn Kurland - Alternate Reality
    Jennifer McKinnon, the heroine, is a violinist.
  • Angel on My Shoulder (12/1987) by Jackie Leigh (Deborah Smith) - SCAL-428
    Angel Faye Darnell, the heroine, is a country singer.
  • A Wilder Name (7/1989) by Laura Leone - SD-507
    Gingie Potter, the heroine, is a rock singer.
  • Black Sheep (2/1992) by Laura Leone - SD-696
    Gingie Potter, the heroine, is a rock singer.
  • American Diva (2007) by Julia London - Contemporary
    Audrey LaRue, the heroine, is a pop singer.
  • Dangerous Angel (1994) by Deborah Martin - European Historical
    Cordelia Shalstone, the heroine, is a composer.
  • Stolen Moments by Michelle Martin - Contemporary
    Harley Miller, the heroine, is a pop singer.
  • Wild Concerto (1984) by Anne Mather - Contemporary
    Jake Pendragon, the hero, is a concert pianist.
  • The Second Coming of Lucy Hatch (2002) by Marsha Moyer - Contemporary
    Ash Farrell, the hero, is a bar singer.
  • Rhapsody in Time (1994) by Judith O'Brien - American Historical
    Alec Aarronson, the hero, and Liz McShane, the heroine, are songwriters.
  • Song above the Clouds (4/1973) by Rosemary Pollock - HR-1675
    Candy Wells, the heroine, is an opera singer.
  • For All Her Life (1995) by Heather Graham Pozzessere - Contemporary
    Kathryn Treveryan, the heroine, is a singer in a rock band; Jordan Treveryan, the hero, is the bass player.
  • Sisters (1991) by Lisa Gregory - Contemporary
    The heroine and her sisters are pop singers.
  • Loving Mollie (1995) by Jeanne Resnick - Contemporary
    Gray Walker, the hero, is a musician.
  • Oh, Susannah (1995) by Leigh Riker - Contemporary
    Jed Stuart Cody, the hero, is a country western singer.
  • Public Secrets (1990) by Nora Roberts - Contemporary
    Emma McAvoy, the heroine, is a rock star.
  • Taming Natasha (2/1990) by Nora Roberts - SSE-583
    Spencer Kimball, the hero, is a composer and musician.
  • Waiting for Nick (3/1997) by Nora Roberts - SSE-1088
    Nick LeBeck, the hero, is a Tony-award-winning composer.
  • Lucien's Fall (1995) by Barbara Samuel - European Historical
    Lucien Harrow, Lord Esher, is a composer.
  • Moments In Time (1995) by Mariah Stewart - Contemporary
    Maggie Border, the heroine, is a rock star.
  • A Risk Worth Taking (8/1983) by Kathleen Gilles Seidel - HAR-17
    Jess Butler, the heroine, is a country singer.
  • Till the Stars Fall (1994) by Kathleen Gilles Seidel - Contemporary
    Quinn Hunter, the hero, is a rock star.
  • When Venus Fell (1998) by Deborah Smith - Contemporary
    Venus Arinelli, the heroine, was a concert pianist.
  • Small Town Girl (1997) by LaVyrle Spencer - Contemporary
    Tess McPhail, the heroine, is a country music star.
  • Cool Shade (1998) by Theresa Weir - Contemporary
    Eddie Berlin, the hero, is a songwriter.
  • Love, Me (5/1994) by Tiffany White - HT-490
    Chelsea Stone, the heroine, is a washed-up rock singer; Dakota Law, the hero, is a songwriter.
  • Jezebel's Blues (12/1992) by Ruth Wind - SSE-785
    Eric Putnam, the hero, is a musician.

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