Last Year’s WINNERS!

While we anxiously await the full announcement – can’t wait to hear which of our Riders are finalists – I thought I’d remind everyone who won last year’s RITAs.

2010 RITA Winner for Best Young Adult Romance

Perfect Chemistry Simone Elkeles

Perfect Chemistry
by Simone Elkeles

Bloomsbury, Walker Books for Young Readers

Emily Easton, editor


2010 RITA Winner for Best Inspirational Romance

Tamara Alexander

The Inheritance
by Tamera Alexander

Thomas Nelson, Inc., Women of Faith Fiction
Ami McConnell and Natalie Hanemann, editors


2010 RITA Winner for Best Novel With Strong Romantic Elements

Barbara O'Neal

The Lost Recipe for Happiness
by Barbara O’Neal

Bantam Dell Publishing Group, Discovery
Shauna Summers, editor


2010 RITA Winner for Best Romance Novella

Molly O'Keefe

“The Christmas Eve Promise”

In The Night Before Christmas
by Molly O’Keefe

Harlequin Enterprises, Silhouette Special Releases
Stacy Boyd, editor


2010 RITA Winner for Best Contemporary Series Romance

Beth Andrews

A Not-So-Perfect Past
by Beth Andrews

Harlequin Enterprises, Harlequin Superromance
Victoria Curran, editor


2010 RITA Winner for Best Contemporary Series Romance
Suspense/Adventure

Cindy Dees

The Soldier’s Secret Daughter
by Cindy Dees

Harlequin Enterprises, Silhouette Romantic Suspense
Patience Smith, editor


2010 RITA Winner for Best Historical Romance

Sherry Thomas

Not Quite A Husband
by Sherry Thomas

Bantam Dell Publishing Group
Caitlin Alexander, editor


2010 RITA Winner for Best Regency Historical Romance

Julia Quinn

What Happens In London
by Julia Quinn

HarperCollins Publishers, Avon Books
Lyssa Keusch, editor


2010 RITA Winner for Best Paranormal Romance

Kresley Cole

Kiss of a Demon King
by Kresley Cole

Simon & Schuster, Pocket Books
Lauren McKenna, editor


2010 RITA Winner for Best Romantic Suspense

Laura Griffin

Whisper of Warning
by Laura Griffin

Simon & Schuster, Pocket Star
Abby Zidle, editor


2010 RITA Winner for Best First Book

Kate Brady

One Scream Away
by Kate Brady

Grand Central Publishing, Forever
Celia Johnson, editor


2010 RITA Winner for Best Contemporary Single Title Romance

Kristin Higgins

Too Good To Be True
by Kristan Higgins

Harlequin Enterprises, HQN
Keyren Gerlach and Tracy Farrell,
editors


2010 Golden Heart Winner for
Best Young Adult Manuscript

Unchosen
by Erica O’Rourke


2010 Golden Heart Winner for
Best Inspirational Manuscript

Unforgiven
by CJ Eernisse Chase


2010 Golden Heart Winner for
Best Novel With Strong Romantic Elements Manuscript

A Place At The Table
by Patricia O’Dea Rosen


2010 Golden Heart Winner for
Best Contemporary Series Romance Manuscript

Fake Fiancee, Real Love
by Cat Schield


2010 Golden Heart Winner for
Best Contemporary Series Romance: Suspense/Adventure Manuscript

See Jane Run
by Angela Platt


2010 Golden Heart Winner for
Best Historical Manuscript

Between Heaven and Hell
by Jacqui Nelson


2010 Golden Heart Winner for
Best Regency Historical Manuscript

A Most Improper Gentleman
by Elisa Beatty


2010 Golden Heart Winner for
Best Paranormal Romance Manuscript

Bloodborn:  Book One in the Light Blade Series
by Kylie Griffin


2010 Golden Heart Winner for
Best Romantic Suspense Manuscript

The Yard Man
by G. Jillian Stone


2010 Golden Heart Winner for
Best Contemporary Single Title Manuscript

Songbird
by Lizbeth Selvig


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About Helen Brenna

Helen Brenna is the RITA award winning author of romances for Harlequin's Superromance line. Three more books in her popular Mirabelle Island series will be release in July, August and September of 2011. For more information, check out her website at www.helenbrenna.com.
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