The Coxwells

The Coxwells is a contemporary romance series, originally published under my pseudonym Claire Cross. When I had the opportunity to republish the books in 2012, I decided to make them Deborah Cooke titles, because of their contemporary settings. This series features each of the four siblings in the Coxwell family in turn. They have been called romantic comedies, contemporary romances and mainstream with romantic elements. I really enjoyed writing these books and am glad to have them available again in these new editions.

There are copies of my books, including some copies of the Berkley editions, available in my online store.

Third Time Lucky, book #1 of the Coxwell Series of contemporary romances, by Deborah Cooke    Double Trouble, book #2 in the Coxwell Series of contemporary romances, by Deborah Cooke    One More Time, book #3 in the Coxwell Series of contemporary romances, by Deborah Cooke

 

All or Nothing, book #4 of the Coxwell series of contemporary romances by Deborah Cooke    The Coxwells Boxed Set by Deborah Cooke

I do have some copies of the out-of-print Berkley trade paperback editions in my online store:

Berkley trade paperback editions of The Coxwells

Partial set of Berkley trade paperback editions of The Coxwells

2 thoughts on “The Coxwells

  1. I just finished reading this series. I was so upset with Zach and his immaturity throughout the second and third book, that I was not sure I wanted to read his story. I mean, really, he was just so stupid. But Jen is the perfect balance for him. Having vicariously (barely, because really, how can I) lived through the C thing with my sister, I had a real soft spot for Jen. It was hard to read, yet poignantly lovely and I still cannot stop thinking about it.

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    • Thanks for your comment. I’m so glad you enjoyed All or Nothing.

      As for Zach, it seems that I like the challenge of redeeming unlikely heroes. I knew there was good in Zach, even though he was annoying, and believed that the right woman would bring that goodness to the fore. I really love their story, and love to hear from readers who enjoyed it too. Thanks for taking the time to post your thoughts!

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