Nebraska Authors

Kristin Gabriel

AKA: Kristin Eckhardt; Karen Hughes

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE

Author Of

  • Fiction

Keywords

Romance;

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Agriculture, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE

Occupation

Farm Wife
Romance Writer

Places Worked

Harlequin Books, Inc.

Honors

Harlequin's Love and Laughter Writing Contest Winner
RITA Award (Romance Writers of America) for Monday Man, 1999
RITA Award (Romance Writers of America) for Annie, Get Your Groom, 2000

Bibliography

Bullets Over Boise. 1998. (Harlequin Love And Laughter)
Monday Man. 1998. (Harlequin Love And Laughter)
Send Me No Flowers. 1999. (Harlequin Love And Laughter)
Annie, Get Your Groom.1999. (Harlequin Duets #7)
Dangerously Irresistible. 2001. (Harlequin Temptation #834)
Seduced In Seattle. 2002. (Harlequin Temptation #868)
Sheerly Irresistible. 2002. (Harlequin Temptation #896)
Propositioned?. 2003. (Harlequin Temptation #909)
Engaging Alex. 2003. (Harlequin Temptation #932)
Night After Night. 2004. (Harlequin Temptation #996)
Strangers In The Night. 2004. (Harlequin Temptation #966)
Good Night, Gracie. 2005. (Harlequin Temptation #1026)

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