As mentioned in my previous post about Black Creek Burning, I’ve never been a fan of romance novels. However, R.T. Wolfe has certainly opened my eyes to the fact that good—no, great—writing is emerging from the genre.
Flying in Shadows is the second book in the Black Creek series. R.T. has once again intertwined fascinating, believable characters in a story brimming with love and danger. But while many authors already sound formulaic by their second effort, R.T. has crafted an exciting, fresh plot that recalls its predecessor without mimicry or repetition. This skillful effect allows the reader to fall right back into the beautiful landscape of the Northeast while still being surprised at every turn.
Flying in Shadows and Black Creek Burning are both available in eBook format through Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Both books are also slated for print publication this spring.
So, I will stand up and admit it: R.T. has done the impossible. She has turned a judgmental literature snob (ahem, me) into a romance novel fan. What’s next, editing in green ink?
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Erin Wright is a freelance writer and editor in Chicago, Illinois. She specializes in business documents, copywriting, marketing collateral, blogs, web copy, and instructional content.