Saturday, July 28, 2012

Julie Wins Daphne

Julie's NANNY 911Published in December 2011
has won the Series 2012 Daphne du Maurier Contest sponsored by the RWA Mystery & Suspense Writers chapter (commonly known as Kiss Of Death)


NANNY 911
The Precinct: SWAT--an elite team who'll put everything on the line.

HE’D NEVER NEEDED ANYONE’S HELP…UNTIL NOW

SWAT team member Miranda Murdock can’t bake, or get a three-year-old to eat. But she can shoot the wings off a fly. Which is why she’s protecting millionaire Quinn Gallagher’s daughter. But the little girl is soon tugging at Miranda’s heartstrings. And Quinn is doing other things to her—exciting, forbidden, bedroom things—making her job riskier each day.…

Quinn is determined to find the killer threatening his daughter’s life. Despite the danger, he wants Miranda with shocking intensity. The elite cop is a puzzle he can’t figure out, and desire between them builds with each heartbeat. Yet with New Year’s Eve and the killer’s deadline approaching, even a single kiss could spell disaster…
 
 
JULIE'S LATEST RELEASE
 
KANSAS CITY COWBOY
August 2012
 
The Precinct: TASK FORCE
FROM HIS HAT TO HIS BOOTS,
THIS COP WAS ALL COWBOY
 
For small-town sheriff Boone Harrison, the investigation into a serial rapist turned killer is painfully personal. Boone's priority is to find the coward who murdered his sister. But to accomplish that, he'll have to work with Dr. Kate Kilpatrick, a secretive woman whose striking beauty and kind heart just may be the lawman's undoing....
 
Forensic psychologist Kate Kilpatrick was wrong about Sheriff Harrison. He's smarter and more resourceful than she'd given him credit for-and entirely too attractive. In their combined grief, Kate finds something she didn't even know she needed: protection. Because when the Rose Red Rapist sets his sights on Kate, she'll need more than the power of the badge to save her. She'll need her very own cowboy.
 
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Related Books in Series: The Marine Next Door (May 2012); Chain of Evidence (Mar 2013), Protector Without a Past (June 2013), Task Force Bride (Sept. 2013), Yuletide Protector (Dec 2013)
 
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CONGRATULATIONS, JULIE !!

~Angi
AngiMorgan.com
Dangerous Memories Feb 2013

10 comments:

  1. congrads and wtg so proud of you hope to see many more keep up the terriffic writing and ill keep up the great read so happy for you congrads your fan tammy
    tammyjackson75@yahoo.com

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  2. Loves 2 Read Romance - LauraJuly 28, 2012 at 9:39 AM

    Congrats Julie!! I loved Nanny 911! Congrats to all the finalists as well.

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  3. A well deserved win, Julie. I loved Nanny 911.

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  4. Congrats to Julie. I am so happy for you. A very well deserved honor.

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  5. Major congrats to Julie!!!! :)

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  6. Way to go, Julie!! I lovedd both of these.....but then there was only ever one of your books I wasn't sure of until it's rerelease!!!! Congratulations.

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  7. Congrats Julie! Nanny 911 was awesome and the award is well deserved.

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  8. Thank you, everyone! Thanks for sharing the news, Angi!

    Congrats to all the other finalists, too--it was fun to see Intrigue sweep the category.

    I got home from the conference (very!) late last night so I'm a little bleary-eyed today. But the Daphne du Maurier awards and Death by Chocolate Party that went with it was a very nice event. Yummy! Great people. Fellow finalist HelenKay Dimon was there, as well. And I'd like to give a special shout-out to my entourage--BJ Daniels, Delores Fossen and Jan Hambright--for cheering me on! Thanks, ladies!

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