2010 RITA Award Finalists – Contemporary

It seems people have been asking me lately for books that they might consider reading. As I read LOTS of historical romance, I have no problem in that area, but I admit to not being as “adept” in recommending other areas, although I have read many of the titles listed below. These are the finalists for the RITA Awards in several categories. Please comment on the ones you recognize.
Contemporary Series Romance:
A Not-So-Perfect Past – Beth Andrews
From the Outside – Helen Brenna
The Snow-Kissed Bride – Linda Goodnight
Single Mom Seeks…-Teresa Hill
Revealed:A Prince & a Pregnancy – Kelly Hunter
The Christmas Love-Child – Jennie Lucas
One-Night Mistress…Convenient Wife- Anne McAllister
Duty, Desire, & the Desert King – Jane Porter
I Still Do – Christie Ridgway

Contemporary Series Romance:Suspense/Adventure:
Mountain Investigation – Jessica Andersen
The Christmas Stranger – Beth Cornelison
The Soldier’s Secret Daughter – Cindy Dees
In Care of Sam Beaudry – Kathleen Eagle
Silent Watch – Elle Kennedy
Cold Case Affair – Loreth Anne White
The Christmas Present – Tracy Wolff

Contemporary Single Title Romance:
Talk Me Down – Victoria Dahl
True Love and Other Disasters – Rachel Gibson
For the Love of Pete – Julia Harper
Too Good to Be True – Kristan Higgins
A Little Light Magic – Joy Nash
Dirty Sexy Knitting – Christie Ridgway
Instant Attraction – Jill Shalvis
Fireside – Susan Wiggs

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Regina Jeffers is the award-winning author of Austenesque, Regency and contemporary novels.
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