Congratulations to Suzanne Kaufman Kalb, who won the 2014 Golden Heart for Contemporary Romance, and Sarah Cannon, who won in the Short Contemporary Romance category!
Congratulations to Stephanie Draven whose LET’S MISBEHAVE won the best historical category and to Lexi Post whose MASQUE won best paranormal book!
Dr. Tonia Vojtkofsky’s KEEP YOUR BRAIN STRONGER FOR LONGER, a first-ever workbook of brain exercises designed for those with Mild Cognitive Impairment, a high risk factor for dementia that affects six million Americans.
Shelley Freydont’s next novel in the Celebration Bay mysteries, set in upstate New York and featuring a former Manhattan party planner and her West Highland Terrier sidekick; in which a competition to become Celebration Bay’s official Haunted House and the recipient of the cash prize that comes with it turns deadly when Yankee one upsmanship ends in murder, to Faith Black at Berkley Prime Crime, in a two-book deal, for publication in Fall 2015
USA bestselling author of Somewhere in France, Jennifer Robson’s final book in her WWI trilogy in which a young British aristocrat seeks to build a new life in post-war Paris, frequenting the artistic and literary salons of the period, where she meets a young American architect who may change her life forever; and the first book of a new series about war brides during the Second World War, to Amanda Bergeron at William Morrow, in a very nice deal, in a two-book deal, for publication in Winter 2016.
Hope White’s next book in the Echo Mountain search and rescue series, RELENTLESS PROTECTOR, in which an army vet who struggles with post-traumatic stress tries to battle his own demons while protecting the woman he loves from a drug cartel bent on revenge for the actions of her brother, to Allison Lyons at Harlequin Love Inspired, in a two-book deal, for publication in Winter 2015.