Danelle Harmon

Philome...
27,409 books | 4,990 friends

Patrick...
36 books | 904 friends

Louise ...
53 books | 712 friends

J. Haney
3,163 books | 2,842 friends

Maria C...
534 books | 979 friends

Michele
811 books | 71 friends

Anna
1,140 books | 138 friends

Andrea
2,368 books | 4,778 friends

More friends…

Danelle Harmon

Goodreads Author


Website

Twitter

Genre

Member Since
May 2012

URL


New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Danelle Harmon has written seventeen critically acclaimed and award-winning books, with many being published all over the world. A Massachusetts native, she has lived in Great Britain, though these days she and her English husband make their home in New England with their daughter Emma and numerous animals including five dogs, an Egyptian Arabian horse, and a flock of pet chickens. Danelle enjoys reading, spending time with family, friends and her animals, dog showing, plane-spotting, and sailing her reproduction 19th century skiff, Kestrel II. She welcomes email from her readers and can be reached at Danelle@danelleharmon.com.

Average rating: 4.09 · 25,304 ratings · 1,547 reviews · 32 distinct worksSimilar authors
The Wild One (de Montforte ...

3.97 avg rating — 9,596 ratings — published 1997 — 18 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
The Beloved One (de Montfor...

4.13 avg rating — 3,032 ratings — published 1998 — 17 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
The Wicked One (de Montfort...

4.17 avg rating — 2,643 ratings — published 2012 — 14 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
The Defiant One (de Montfor...

4.17 avg rating — 2,472 ratings — published 2000 — 15 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
The Wayward One

4.33 avg rating — 1,086 ratings — published 2016 — 11 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
Captain of My Heart

4.13 avg rating — 921 ratings — published 1992 — 12 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
The Admiral’s Heart (The De...

3.98 avg rating — 506 ratings — published 2013 — 4 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
Master of My Dreams (Heroes...

4.22 avg rating — 669 ratings — published 1993 — 6 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
The Fox & the Angel (The De...

3.98 avg rating — 442 ratings — published 2014 — 3 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
Lord of the Sea (Heroes of ...

4.37 avg rating — 388 ratings — published 2013 — 7 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
More books by Danelle Harmon…
The Wild One The Beloved One The Defiant One The Wicked One The Wayward One
(5 books)
by
4.07 avg rating — 20,096 ratings

Master of My Dreams Captain of My Heart My Lady Pirate Taken by Storm Wicked at Heart Lord of the Sea Heir to the Sea
(10 books)
by
4.22 avg rating — 4,266 ratings

Captain of My Heart My Lady Pirate Wicked at Heart Lord of the Sea Heir to the Sea
(5 books)
by
4.25 avg rating — 2,487 ratings

Master of My Dreams Taken by Storm My Saving Grace
(3 books)
by
4.26 avg rating — 1,160 ratings

Upcoming Events

No scheduled events. Add an event.

“You, my dear, do not know how to have fun." "I do, too!" "You do not. You are as bad as Lucien. And do you know something? I think it's time someone showed you how to have fun. Namely, me. You can worry all you like about our situation tomorrow, but tonight ... tonight I'm going to make you laugh so hard that you'll forget all about how afraid of me you are." "I am not afraid of you!" "You are." And with that, he pushed his chair back, stalked around the table, and in a single easy movement, swept her right out of her chair and into his arms. "Gareth!  Put me down!" He only laughed, easily carrying her toward the bed. "Gareth, I am a grown woman!" "You are a grown woman who behaves in a manner far too old for her years," he countered, still striding toward the bed. "As the wife of a Den member, that just will not do." "Gareth, I don't want — I mean, I'm not ready for that!" "That? Who said anything about that?"  He tossed her lightly onto the bed. "Oh, no, my dear Juliet. I'm not going to do that —" She tried to scoot away. "Then what are you going to do?" "Why, I'm going to wipe that sadness out of your eyes if only for tonight. I'm going to make you forget your troubles, forget your fears, forget everything but me. And you know how I'm going to do that, O dearest wife?"  He grabbed a fistful of her petticoats as she tried to escape. "I'm going to tickle you until you giggle ... until you laugh ... until you're hooting so loudly that all of London hears you!" He fell upon the bed like a swooping hawk, and Juliet let out a helpless shriek as his fingers found her ribs and began tickling her madly. "Stop!  We just ate!  You'll make me sick!" "What's this? Your husband makes you sick?" "No, it's just that — aaaoooooo!" He tickled her harder. She flailed and giggled and cried out, embarrassed about each loud shriek but helpless to prevent them. He was laughing as hard as she. Catching one thrashing leg, he unlaced her boot and deftly removed it. She yelped as his fingers found the sensitive instep, and she kicked out reflexively. He neatly ducked just in time to avoid having his nose broken, catching her by the ankle and tickling her toes, her soles, her arch through her stockings. "Stop, Gareth!"  She was laughing so hard, tears were streaming from her eyes. "Stop it, damn it!" Thank goodness Charlotte, worn out by her earlier tantrum, was such a sound sleeper! The tickling continued. Juliet kicked and fought, her struggles tossing the heavy, ruffled petticoats and skirts of her lovely blue gown halfway up her thigh to reveal a long, slender calf sheathed in silk. She saw his gaze taking it all in, even as he made a grab for her other foot. "No!  Gareth, I shall lose my supper if you keep this up, I swear it I will — oooahhhhh!" He seized her other ankle, yanked off the remaining boot, and began torturing that foot as well, until Juliet was writhing and shrieking on the bed in a fit of laughter. The tears streamed down her cheeks, and her stomach ached with the force of her mirth. And when, at last, he let up and she lay exhausted across the bed in a twisted tangle of skirts, petticoats, and chemise, her chest heaving and her hair in a hopeless tumbled-down flood of silken mahogany beneath her head, she looked up to see him grinning down at her, his own hair hanging over his brow in tousled, seductive disarray.”
Danelle Harmon, The Wild One

“then, the tears spilled over and began to drip quietly down her cheeks. Without a word, he pulled her close, rubbing her back as she buried her face against his chest and quiet sobs shook her.  Then he lifted his gaze and looked out to sea—where the wind raced, where the horizon stretched empty, and where somewhere, a grieving father was surely missing his capricious daughter.”
Danelle Harmon, My Lady Pirate

“He can make me laugh when all I want to do is cry. He can make me see the good in a situation when all I see is the bad. He knows when life should be taken seriously — and when it shouldn't. He's delightful and funny and clever — and not afraid to make a total cake of himself." ”
Danelle Harmon, The Wild One

Topics Mentioning This Author

topics posts views last activity  
Romance Lovers fo...: ♪Team 5: DIVA-LICIOUS FIVE 288 55 Oct 29, 2012 06:23AM  
Reader's Corner: Question #5 7 18 Dec 19, 2012 12:52PM  
Romance Audiobooks: This topic has been closed to new comments. Whispersync Deals - Audio & Kindle combined deals II 347 300 Jun 12, 2014 08:47AM  
2768 Historical Romance — 7091 members — last activity 58 minutes ago
A group for people who enjoy reading and talking about adult historical romance books between a man and woman. This group is not for regular ficti ...more
61322 Reading Romances — 2080 members — last activity 8 hours, 37 min ago
Reading Romances was a website focused on romance reviews from March 2011 until October 2015, now it's a group on Goodreads! ...more
47816 Romance Forum Refugees — 2884 members — last activity Apr 25, 2021 01:00AM
*Romance Readers who love Happily Ever Afters* If this describes you, then you've come to the right place. We love to chat about romance novels, hum ...more
39149 Romance Audiobooks — 1784 members — last activity 6 hours, 35 min ago
Audiobook enthusiasts who love romance. Therefore, the group is dedicated to the discussion of romance audiobooks including romance authors and narrat ...more
141271 The Jewels of Historical Romance — 45 members — last activity Sep 25, 2017 07:50AM
A place to mingle with 12 of your favorite historical romance authors! Ask questions, get to know us, share your love of all things historical romance ...more
152073 Audiobook Junkies — 352 members — last activity May 01, 2021 12:55PM
This is a group for audiobook lovers to hang out and talk about what they are listening to. Looking for author and narrator recommendations this is th ...more
More of Danelle’s groups…



Comments (showing 1-4)    post a comment »
dateUp arrow    newest »

Danelle Harmon Vicki wrote: "Im absolutely LOVING your books. Lauren Royal had mentioned you in a post on facebook & since I HAVE to read something while I wait for her to finish rewriting her books for Nook I thought I'd chec..."

Oh, Vicki, that makes me so very happy to hear! Thank you so much for taking the time to let me know ... hugs!!! (and to Lauren, too!)


message 3: by Vicki

Vicki Im absolutely LOVING your books. Lauren Royal had mentioned you in a post on facebook & since I HAVE to read something while I wait for her to finish rewriting her books for Nook I thought I'd check you out!!! I read My Lady Pirate first & now im on the 2nd de Montforte brothers book!!! LOVE YA!


Danelle Harmon Jonetta wrote: "I see you liked my friend Pam's review of The Wild One:) She and I tend to have very similar tastes in books so I wasn't surprised she loved it."

Hi Jonetta,
Aw, thanks! I was tickled pink to see her review, and even happier that she liked the book. :) Also, thank you for your review of The Beloved One, and, for your comments about the "Charlotte scene" that you left in response to the other person's take on it. Given the suddenness and awkwardness of the situation, and how overwhelmed Charles already was, I really couldn't see how that scene could have been played any other way and still be true to the character.
Have a wonderful evening, Jonetta!
-- Danelle


Jonetta I see you liked my friend Pam's review of The Wild One:) She and I tend to have very similar tastes in books so I wasn't surprised she loved it.


back to top