elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

The Cate Culpepper Award for Best Lesbian Paranormal Romance

I didn't want to announce this before to not influence the judges... Cate Culpepper sadly passed away few weeks ago, and she was not only a previous recipient of a Rainbow Award, she was most likely a winner of this year as well, as indeed happened. Like for dear friends Bobby Michaels and William Neale before, I would like to dedicate the Lesbian Paranormal Romance category to Cate Culpepper, from this moment on the Cate Culpepper Award for Best Lesbian Paranormal Romance.

And the Rainbow Award goes to:

1. Windigo Thrall by Cate Culpepper
Paperback: 264 pages
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books (January 14, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1602829500
ISBN-13: 978-1602829503
Amazon: Windigo Thrall
Amazon Kindle: Windigo Thrall

I really loved this book! I had never read a book about a windigo before. I was fasinated by the detailed story and the writers' brilliant telling.

I'm a sucker for stories about Native American folklore, curses, and supernatural creatures, and this story grabbed me from page one. Well-drawn characters and a serpentine plot added to my enjoyment. A very entertaining read.

Runners Up:
2. True Nature by Jae
3. Return of an Impetuous Pilot by Kate McLachlan
4. Vermilion Justice by Sheri Lewis Wohl
5. If I Die Before I Wake by Liz McMullen

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