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The Raven Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt. AAR reviewed it when it came out in 2007–we gave it an A-. In our review, we wrote:

The Raven Prince is classic romance. It is the type of book that reminds me why I love this genre. Elizabeth Hoyt’s debut novel brings emotion, sensuality, and wit to the forefront, blending it all together with a deft hand. The characters are not new to us: A nobleman with a heart-hardening past and a country widow as poor as a churchmouse. Edward and Anna might not be ground breaking in their roles, but they more than make up for it in personality. A more real cast of characters is hard to find….

It all comes together in a beautiful and sensual story.

We interviewed her right after the book was published–you can find that piece here.

Hoyt has gone on to quite a career in romance–she’s published 23 historical romances writing as Elizabeth Hoyt and three contemporary romances as Julia Harper. We’ve given her 11 DIKs and never a grade lower than a C–and there are very few of those!

We’ll discuss the novel on here on the blog on Monday, May 3rd.


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