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History

'Reviewers' Choice Awards honor the best books of the year. The winners and nominees are selected by the RT staff of over 50 reviewers representing the readers' voice in the women's fiction industry.' (http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:P949SylcKV4J:www.nlc.state.ne.us/tbbs/awards/rtrca.pdf+&cd=6&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=au

Winners

2010 winner Reviewers' Choice y separately published work icon Passion, Purity & the Prince Protected by the Prince Annie West , Richmond : Mills and Boon , 2010 6591674 2010 single work novel romance

'Untamed prince… Prince Alaric of Ruvingia is as wild and untamed as the remote kingdom he rules. Women fight to warm his royal bed, but he ensures that none outstays her welcome. Then prim, bespectacled archivist Tamsin Connors uncovers a shocking state secret… Or rightful king? Now Tamsin has Alaric’s undivided attention – he is drawn to her burgeoning purity and she is quickly promoted to His Majesty’s mistress! Duty demands only a temporary arrangement, but their powerful passion is enough to fuel a lifetime’s love…' (Publisher's blurb)

2008 winner Career Achievement Best Author Awards : Urban Fantasy Keri Arthur
1996-1997 winner y separately published work icon Night in Eden Candice E. Proctor , New York (City) : Ballantine Books , 1997 Z245159 1997 single work novel historical fiction romance 'Bryony Wentworth's life is shattered when she is convicted of manslaughter and transported to New South Wales in 1808. Sentenced to indentured servitude, she is given to Hayden St. John. A hard, embittered man left with an infant son by the death of his gentle wife, Hayden has little but contempt for the muddy, vermin-ridden convict on whom he must rely. But Bryony is a survivor. As they journey through the outback to Hayden's rugged station, Bryony rediscovers her own strength even as Hayden finds his salvation and rebirth in a love as forbidden and dangerous as the land that surrounds them.' Source: http://csharris.net/historical.php (Sighted 09/04/2008).
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