Ann Major’s COWBOY FANTASY (4) is a fantastic story with animated characters, snappy, lively dialogue and a superb conflict.
— Shannon Short RT Book Reviews
“With her beautiful storytelling, Perry weaves a tale (in The Forgiven) that expertly captures the expressions, attitudes and ways of the Pennsylvania Amish with precision and charm. Heartfelt and genuine, with characters that are distinctive yet universal, Perry’s writing will draw readers into Rebecca and Matt’s story immediately.” --4 ½ stars, RT Book Reviews Magazine
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“Set within the Amish community, with a strong, sympathetic heroine at the center of a suspenseful plot, Perry’s HOME BY DARK hooks you immediately. Her uncanny ability to seamlessly blend the mystery element with contemporary themes makes this one intriguing read.” --Four Stars! RT Book Reviews
In addition to knitting together its readers with such events, RT has also embraced a changing market. For the first decade or so, the magazine focused exclusively on romance novels. During the ’90s, covers were often simply reproductions of the book of the month — kitschy paintings of swooning women and swashbuckling men. As detectives and corporate criminals, as well as angels and vampires, began to creep into romance readers’ diet of books, Romantic Times incorporated these other genres and became RT Book Reviews.While I was reading the Ruth Wind/Barbara Samuel book listed below, I was also reading a recent issue of RT Book Reviews. I noticed something that surprised me. Almost all of the novels in their historical romance section were set in the Regency era. A goodly 80%, and most of the rest were set in […]A place where RT BOOK REVIEWS magazine readers can discuss the latest issue. Want to talk about a Top Pick? Does a feature especially interest you? Join the discussion here to let everyone know!What the critics are saying about Shadow of the Raven
“The Dr. Thomas Silkstone books have been an interesting and unique series. Set in 1784 and featuring an anatomist colonist from America, Harris looks at Georgian England through the fresh eyes of an outsider. She displays her complete historical knowledge with her easy and graceful presentation of the times. In this fifth installment, the personal stakes have never been higher. The books highlight a particular, more social aspect of the times. The twists and turns never stop, making Shadow of the Raven impossible to put down.”
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