Covers of the Week #47

Artist: Daniel Crouse

Daniel Crouse was an American artist who created hundreds of covers for books, particularly in the category romance genre.

Crouse was born in 1938. He was educated at the University of Kansas. There, he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts. For several years, he worked as a commercial and fine artist. Later on, he dabbled in architecture. Eventually, Crouse had a successful career as a book illustrator. In 1992 he passed away prematurely at the age of 53.

Crouse would create covers for Harlequin, Dell, and other publishers throughout the late 1970s to the early 1990s. We’ve featured some of his illustrations before. See our reviews for Forever Mine, Valentine, and Tangled Hearts for other covers. Crouse was incredibly prolific for two of our favorite series, the Harlequin Temptation and Presents lines. So we are thoroughly familiar with his art and style.

For more Dan Crouse covers, visit my Pinterest page:

Pinterest: Danny Crouse Book Covers

The Covers

For the week of Monday, February 28, 2022, to Sunday, March 6, 2022, we’re highlighting a sample of category romance covers by Daniel Crouse.

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About Jacqueline Diaz

Old-School, retro, and vintage romance reads are my jam, baby! The good, the bad, the cheesy, and the sleazy! I have no shame about it; I love ’em! An auto-didact, amateur historian, and reader of romance novels since 1990, I hope to offer a unique perspective on the genre. As a blogger, you may know me by several names; here, I’m Jacqueline Diaz. I’m also the aspiring author of two works-in-progress, historical romances, The Savage Noble and What She Says with Her Eyes, which hopefully will be released in 2023.

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