Time to crown the winner of the Elite Eight round of the DABWAHA tournament!
The winner of the Elite Eight round is: Sara Lindsey! Her bracket had 110 points, and she picked Shadowfever by Karen Marie Moning to win, and she correctly picked all four Final Four books. NICE JOB.
Sara wins a prize from Penguin, full of Penguiny goodness: a selection of books and ARCs provided by Cindy Hwang, including:
- ORACLE’S MOON, Thea Harrison
- ANGELS’ FLIGHT, Nalini Singh
- PROTECTOR, Catherine Mann
- SPELLBOUND FALLS, Janet Chapman
- PASSION AND PRETENSE, Susan Gee Heino
- HUNTER’S RISE, Shiloh Walker
- WEDDED IN SCANDAL, Jade Lee
- PASSION WEARS PEARLS, Renee Bernard
- THE SURRENDER OF MISS FAIRBOURNE, Madeline Hunter
- JUST DOWN THE ROAD, Jodi Thomas
- THE DUKE’S PERFECT WIFE, Jennifer Ashley
- IF I FELL, Kate Noble
- SIERRA FALLS, Veronica Wolff
- ABOUT THAT NIGHT, Julie James
- TAKING A SHOT, Jaci Burton
- WALTZ THIS WAY, Dakota Cassidy
- WICKED EDGE, Nina Bangs
- BLOODRIGHT, Karin Tabke
- SWEET ADDICTION, Maya Banks
Second place is the extremely prescient DA Janine, who tied for second with Elise Staples. The final rounds shall be very interesting indeed. Now we have a week off before voting starts up for the Final Four, and the trash talking should begin!
The novella Unlocked by Courtney Milan will go up against Karen Marie Moning’s Shadowfever – that should be a very interesting match. The voting will runfrom midnight to noon CDT on 31 March. And Kiss of Snow by Nalini Singh will face off A Lot Like Love by Julie James, who is last year’s champion. I wouldn’t be able to predict that one, either. Their matchup begins at noon CDT on 31 March and will run until midnight.
Congrats to the Final Four DABWAHA books, and get ready! Game on!