Award Winning Romances

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Monday, November 23, 2009

2009 More Than Magic Contest Winners

Grand Prize Winner
Divorced, Desperate, and Dating
Christie Craig
Erotic Category
First Place
Skin by Bernadette Gardner (e-book)
Second Place (Tie)
The Mercenary's Wife by Lara Santiago (e-book)
Mermaid's Kiss by Joey W. Hill

Historical Category
First Place
One Real Man by Janette Kenny
Second Place (Tie)
Innocence Unveiled by Blythe Gifford
Her One Desire by Kimberly Killion

Single Title Category
First Place
Honey Trap by Julie Cohen
Second Place
The Man For Me by Gemma Bruce
Third Place (Tie)
Line of Scrimmage by Marie Force
Dark and Dangerous by Jeanne Adams

Romantic Comedy Category
First Place
Divorced, Desperate, and Dating by Christie Craig
Second Place
Addicted To Love by Lori Wilde
Third Place
Replacing Barnie by Patrice Wilton

Novella Category
First Place
Blackest Heart by Amber Leigh Williams (e-book)
Second Place (Tie)
Bound By Deception by Ava March (e-book)
The Spacetime Pool by Catherine Asaro

Paranormal Category
First Place
The Missing by Shiloh Walker
Second Place
In Twilight's Shadow by Patti O'Shea
Third Place
Sea Witch by Virginia Kantra

First Book Category
First Place
The Wild Sight by Loucinda McGary
Second Place (Tie)
Between Light and Dark by Elissa Wilds
Where Dreams Are Made by Anne Hope (e-book)

Sensual Contemporary Category
First Place
Always a Mother by Linda Warren
Second Place
Intimate Enemy by Marilyn Pappano
Third Place
The Tycoon's Valentine Vendetta by Yvonne Lindsay

Romantic Suspense Category
First Place
Primal Obsession by Susan Vaughan (e-book)
Second Place
Under Fire by Beth Cornelison (e-book)
Third Place
Too Far Gone by Marliss Melton

Sweet Contemporary Category
First Place (Tie)
Her Baby's First Christmas by Susan Meier
Sweet Caroline by Rachel Hauck
Third Place
Four Little Blessings by Merrillee Whren



Blogger Caitlin said...

Will entrants to the 2009 More than Magic Contest get judges' comments?
If they've already been distributed, and we didn't get them, who do we get in touch with?

Cait Donnelly

4:46 PM  

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