2010 RITA award winners

August 1, 2010 RITA Award Winners 2010 2

First of all congrats to all the winners! Even though I haven’t read all of the books listed below, I do have them on my wish list! I also want to congratulate all of the nominee’s! You also worked hard and deserve recognition!

So without further interruption:

2010 RITA Award Winners

 Best Contemporary Single Title Romance winner — TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE by Kristan Higgins

 Best First Book winner — ONE SCREAM AWAY by Kate Brady
 Best Romantic Suspense winner — WHISPER OF WARNING by Laura Griffin
 Best Paranormal Romance winner — KISS OF A DEMON KING by Kresley Cole
 Best Regency Historical Romance winner — WHAT HAPPENS IN LONDON by Julia Quinn
 Best Historical Romance winner — NOT QUITE A HUSBAND by Sherry Thomas
 Best Contemporary Series Romance: Suspense Adventure winner – THE SOLDIER’S SECRET DAUGHTER by Cindy Dees
 Best Contemporary Series winner — A NOT-SO-PERFECT PAST by Beth Andrews
 Best Novel with Strong Romantic Elements winner — THE LOST RECIPE FOR HAPPINESS by Barbara O’Neal
 Best Romance Novella winner – The Christmas Eve Promise by Molly O’Keefe
 Best Inspirational Romance – THE INHERITANCE by Tamera Alexander
  Best Young Adult winner — PERFECT CHEMISTRY by Simone Elkeles

2 Responses to “2010 RITA award winners”

  1. bookfanmary

    Too Good To Be True was one of my favorite books read in 2009 – and it was the first Kristan Higgins books I read. I quickly added her backlist to my shelves. I also liked The Lost Recipe For Happiness by Barabara O’Neal. She’s a wonderful writer!

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