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  • What a wild ride! Loved it!

    This was one wild ride through the ages! Margaret was one tough heroine considering the time she lived in. But that same time held her in constraints she despised. Watching her move from a place of fear to one of confidence and certainty was great. Griffin kept his heart guarded until he yielded it to Meg and holy heck, the implications of that are long ranging. I loved how he was protective of her and willing to do what was needed to ensure their past and future. This is definitely a romance, but the actual falling in love portion of the story isn’t what this book is focused on. I was okay with that because it was their relationship that was the catalyst of so much of the conflict, drama and action that followed. And all that conflict, drama and action, was jaw dropping as various elements of the story continued to be revealed. It’s been a while since I’ve read the last book in this series so I didn’t immediately pick up on the connection between them and this addition. But when I did, I savored every moment of it. With a mixture of medieval and paranormal, this book kept me hopping. It’s fast paced, well written, and had a plot that kept me turning the pages as quickly as possible. The fact that this ends with an epilogue that connects all the dots and had me grinning from ear to ear even as I shook my head in admiration of this author’s ability to layer stories, is testament that not only this book, but the series, should be read by those who love time travel romance.

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  • One of the best time-travel romances I've read...

    Griffin Nightshade is a historian in the 1950s who's just inherited a property. As he is inspecting the property, he hears about the stairs that go nowhere. Curious, he walks the stairs and then steps through time to the past. There, he meets Lady Ravenwood, Margaret, and a budding romance blooms. Margaret's love penetrates all the walls he's built around his heart. Convincing her to join him in the future will take risking even her life to break a family curse. Fate brings these two souls together but can he and Margaret figure out how to forge a happy life together or will the past slam the door on their love forever? Wow, Return of the Raven is one of the best time-travel romances I've ever read. I've thoroughly enjoyed Judith Sterling's The Novels of Ravenwood series and with Return of the Raven, all the loose ends are tied up as well as a secret glimpse into one of the couples we've gotten snippets of in previous books. Margaret is an independent heroine who goes after her happiness, which is impressive considering she's in medieval times. I connected with her right away. It was delightful to see Margaret adjust to the 'modern day'. Return of the Raven is a feast for historical and contemporary romance readers. The descriptive narration is intricate and filled with emotion. The plot moves at an excellent pace. What makes this such a fantastic read is the contrast between medieval and modern eras. Judith Sterling's writing prowess has grown over the course of the Ravenwood series and this is the crown of excellence. It was refreshing to have the time travel move from the past to the present. The romance between Griffin and Margaret is sweeping and fraught with obstacles but when they finally get together, it filled my heart with joy. A brilliant conclusion to the series, Return of the Raven is a must-read. It can be read as a standalone, too. Fans of Diana Gabaldon will swoon over Return of the Raven. Highly recommend! Disclaimer: I received a copy from the author in the hopes I'd review it. My Rating: 5++ stars

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