Kelly Hunter Kelly Hunter i(A139225 works by)
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Australian-born Kelly Hunter has written short contemporary romance for Harlequin Mills & Boon. First published in 2007, her books have been shortlisted for the Romance Writers of Australia's RUBY award, the Australian Romance Readers Awards, the Romantic Times Readers Choice Awards and the RITA awards.Hunter has travelled extensively and has lived in South-East Asia.

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Awards for Works

What a Bachelor Needs 2015 single work novel romance

'Your date with ski champ Jett Casey is an either/or deal. He’ll take you off-piste for the ultimate Montana ski adventure or he’ll put his handyman skills at your disposal for a week.

'Single mom Mardie Griffin has a run-down old house in need of fixing and a memory of Jett Casey as her saviour in a time of great need. So when her friends acquire Jett’s services at a bachelor auction and send him to fix up her house, she sets aside her mistrust of men and lets him in.

'Elite athlete Jett Casey has the world at his feet and no desire for stability. But there’s one woman he’s never forgotten and if he can help make her safe this time, maybe she’ll stop haunting him.

'No strings, no sex, no commitment. Just fix things. Surely it can’t be that difficult… ' (Publication summary)

2016 winner Romance Writers of Australia, Romantic Book of the Year Award Ruby Award for Romantic Book of the Year
2015 finalist Australian Romance Readers Awards Favourite Short Category Romance
Pursued by the Rogue 2014 single work novel romance

'A no-strings affair between two dedicated professionals? It should have been the perfect solution.

'Ugly duckling Dawn Turner doesn’t do relationships. She has her reasons and they’re good ones. But she can’t resist the magic in Finbar Sullivan’s touch, so she negotiates the next best thing with him. Scorchingly perfect, utterly casual sex.

'World class musician Finnbar Sullivan always pushes the limits to get what he wants, and he wants Dawn. All of her. Love, commitment and a future together. So he reneges on the deal and composes a new one.

'So what’s stopping her? And will Finn’s latest offer be enough to change Dawn’s mind?' (Publication summary)

2016 finalist Romance Writers of Australia, Romantic Book of the Year Award Ruby Award for Romantic Book of the Year
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