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Almost a Bride by Sarah Mayberry
The Honeymoon Trap by Kelly Hunter
Some Girls Do by Amy Andrews
The Bride Who Wouldn't by Carol Marinelli
Kelly Hunter is a romance writer who was born and raised in Newcastle Australia. She earned an honours degree in Rural Science and afterwards worked within the university system as a research fellow in biochemistry. From there I went to the cotton fields as an agronomist, then the Department of Primary Industries, then Australia's national science agency, the CSIRO. She began writing romance stories while she was home-schooling her children. She soon joined the Romance Writers of Australia and became registrar, secretary, vice president and then president before stepping back in 2010. She then completed a two year stint as executive editor for Tule Publishing Group's Holiday imprint which gave her a chance to help shape a new contemporary romance line and work with favourite authors across the globe. Her awards include Favourite Short Category Romance for the years 2011-2013, from the Australian Romance Readers Association and Romantic Novella of the Year nominee 2013 from the Romance Writers of Australia. In 2015 she was named a finalist for the Australian Romance Readers Awards. She won the 2017 Australian Romance Readers Awards, Favourite short or category romance, with her story, Casey.
Sarah Mayberry is an Australian romance author. She grew up in Melbourne, Australia where she discovered romance novels through her grandmothers. After high school she earned a Bachellor of Arts degree in Professional Writing. Her first job was in journalism writing about hardware. From journalism she moved into corporate communications for a major retailer. launching a new consumer magazine for them. She finally ended up working in television on Australia's seriel drama Neighbours. This job taught her about character, story, structure and story telling. She went back to writing and became successful within a year and a half. Sarah also co-created a teen-drama series called Karoke high. She was nominated for a 2015 RITA Award in the category of Contempory Romance Mid-Length for her title Her Kind of Trouble. Her novel Anticipation won the 2015 Australian Romance Readers Awards for Favourite Erotic Romance.
Amy Andrews is the author of Risky Business, which won a 2015 Romance Writers of Australia (RWA) Romantic Book of the Year award in the category of Long Romance.