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Best Lesbian Contemporary General Fiction

And the Rainbow Award goes to:



1. Catherine Ryan Hyde - Where We Belong

Beautifully written! A story of trust, love, fear, friendship and family. Wonderful story. (Julie)
This is a really good book. I have loved every single page and haven't been able to put the book down till the very end, because it's truly captivating. All the character are well built, and the protagonist is so right for this story. (Fernanda)
A real gem. The protagonist’s orientation is a minor factor, and I hope the book has been entered in competitions outside the LGBT genre. If this book were a dog (Great Dane or otherwise), I’d give it Best in Show. (Lee)



Runners Up:

2. R.E. Bradshaw - Out on the Panhandle
3. Caren J. Werlinger - In This Small Spot
4. Justine Saracen - Beloved Gomorrah
5. Ann McMan - Aftermath

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Tags: author: caren j. werlinger, author: catherine ryan hyde, author: r.e. bradshaw, rainbow awards 2013
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