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Best Lesbian Historical Romance

And the Rainbow Award goes to:



1. Sandra Moran - Letters Never Sent

The way this book is written is so beautiful. I was captivated by the character's lives and the way the entire story slowly unfolded. As far as historical romance is concerned, this is by far the best one I've ever read! (Joann)
This is a superb novel. The author's skill at weaving the time periods like ribbons through a braid is very impressive. She reflected the repression of the era but also showed the dawn of community. (Kit)
When I started this novel, I figured it would be my least favorite, given that it seemed to be more of a remembrance story. Oh, was I wrong. Compelling writing, a volatile time-period, and tension that had me resentful when I had to put the book down. (Anna)



Runners Up:

2. Linda North - Wind and Dreams
3. T.T. Thomas - A Delicate Refusal

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Tags: author: linda north, author: sandra moran, author: t.t. thomas, rainbow awards 2013
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