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2010 Winners + Finalists

Contemporary Romance/

Breach of Trust

by DiAnn Mills (Tyndale House Publishers)

How Sweet It Is

by Alice J. Wisler (Bethany House Publishers: a Division of Baker Publishing Group)

Stand-In Groom

by Kaye Dacus (Barbour Publishing)

Contemporary Series, Sequels, and Novellas/

Who Do I Talk To?

by Neta Jackson (Thomas Nelson)

The Hope of Refuge

by Cindy Woodsmall (WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group)

Daisy Chain

by Mary DeMuth (Zondervan)

Contemporary Standalone/

The Passion of Mary-Margaret

by Lisa Samson (Thomas Nelson)

June Bug

by Chris Fabry (Tyndale House Publishers)

Veiled Freedom

by Jeanette Windle (Tyndale House Publishers)

First Novel/

Fireflies in December

by Jennifer Erin Valent (Tyndale House Publishers)

The Familiar Stranger

by Christina Berry (Moody Publishers)


by Tom Davis (David C. Cook)


Though Waters Roar

by Lynn Austin (Bethany House Publishers: a Division of Baker Publishing Group)

A Flickering Light

by Jane Kirkpatrick (WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group)

The Swiss Courier

by Tricia Goyer & Mike Yorkey (Revell Books: a Division of Baker Publishing Group)

Historical Romance*/

The Silent Governess

by Julie Klassen (Bethany House Publishers:
a Division of Baker Publishing Group)

Beyond This Moment

by Tamera Alexander (Bethany House Publishers: a Division of Baker Publishing Group)

A Bride in the Bargain

by Deeanne Gist (Bethany House Publishers:
a Division of Baker Publishing Group)

The Inheritance

by Tamera Alexander (Thomas Nelson)


Lost Mission

by Athol Dickson (Howard Books: a Division
of Simon & Schuster)


by Terri Blackstock (Zondervan)

The Night Watchman

by Mark Mynheir (WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group)


By Darkness Hid

by Jill Williamson (Marcher Lord Press)

The Enclave

by Karen Hancock (Bethany House Publishers:
a Division of Baker Publishing Group)

Valley of the Shadow

by Tom Pawlik (Tyndale House Publishers)

Young Adult/

North! Or Be Eaten

by Andrew Peterson (WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group)


by Cindy Martinusen-Coloma (Thomas Nelson)

The Blue Umbrella

by Mike Mason (David C. Cook)

*The Historical Romance Category includes four finalists due to a tie in scoring..