I've finally been getting some reading done lately, as you may have noticed. This one, Adopted: Outback Baby, by Barbara Hannay, is a finalist for the pretigious Rita Award given by Romance Writers of America.
Again, this is not a review (aack! I'm not worthy to review!), but it is a recommendation. I recommend this book if you like sweet romance, especially one in which a years-old wrong is finally made right. Much of the story takes place in the Australian Outback, which I also consider a plus. And the hero and heroine are thirty-nine years old, an age I can almost remember.
If you're into e-reading, the book is available in ebook from Harlequin, where you can read the blurb.
To learn more about the author, read blurbs and excerpts, and follow buy links for her impressive list of novels, go to her website. She also writes a lovely blog. (If you remember our party a few months ago to celebrate my book video, the chocolate cake recipe came from Barbara's blog. Shame on her.)
I wrote this entry a week or so ago, but kept having to bump it because other things came along. I'm tickled to add a sentence letting you know that Barbara was here in Magdalenaville on Sunday, and commented on my clip art life from last week. Isn't that sweet? She is on the list of writers I'd love to meet some day. Just not a bit sure how to get my ebooks autographed when I meet my favorite authors...