2012 Australian Women Writers Challenge - australianwomenwriters.comThe goal of the Australian Women Writers Challenge is to read and review books written by Australian women writers. My personal goal in 2012 was to discover as many new-to-me Australian authors as possible across the sub genres of romance, with the occasional read outside the genre.

Click here for my introductory post about this challenge.

These are the books I read for the Australian Women Writers Challenge in 2012. You can find more details on the challenge and a more books written by Australian women, at the main AWW page.

18. Captive Christmas by Shannon Curtis — Romantic suspense (short story)
17. Expecting Miracle Twins by Barbara Hannay — Category romance
16. Christmas Wishes by Rhian Cahill — Contemporary romance
15. Grease Monkey Jive by Ainslie Paton — Contemporary romance
14. The Man Who Saw Her Beauty by Michelle Douglas — Category romance
13.  Chains Of Revenge by Keziah Hill — Erotic fantasy romance
12. Burning Lies by Helene Young — Romantic suspense
11. Handpicked by Siew Siang Tay — General fiction
10. Jilted by Rachael Johns — Contemporary romance
9. Destiny of the Light by Louise Cusack — Fantasy
8. The Lone Warrior by Denise Rossetti — Fantasy
7. Flirting With Intent by Kelly Hunter — Category romance
6. Two Against The Odds by Joan Kilby — Category romance
5. One Good Reason by Sarah Mayberry — Category romance
4. Heart Of The Desert by Carol Marinelli — Category romance
3. Innocent In The Ivory Tower by Lucy Ellis — Category romance
2. One Perfect Night by Rachael Johns — Contemporary romance
1. Devil’s Bride by Stephanie Laurens — Historical romance

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