Inside The Issue: December 2013

The December issue of RT BOOK REVIEWS will be in stores soon and is available digitally this week! Here are some of the stories you can look forward to reading...

Military romance maven Lindsay McKenna shares how a veteran SEAL influenced her latest release, Down Range. Then, we figure how just how influential — and profitable — fan fiction really is. Plus, RT favorite Sarah MacLean gives us the scoop on No Good Duke Goes Unpunished (and we preview our review of the book below). Next, we interview author Mary Wine about her epic take down of a mugger. And don't miss Susan Elizabeth Phillips' look back at how her career got started. Then, a cover artists tells us how she went from behind the scenes to on the cover of Jacqueline Koyanagi's Acension. Not to mention, Riptide Publishing is celebrating its two-year anniversary in a heartwarming way. And finally, we share a glimpse at what pre-convention tours are available to readers at the 2014 RT Convention in New Orleans!

There's all this and so much more more between the pages of the December 2013 issue of RT BOOK REVIEWS. You can SUBSCRIBE NOW to our print and digital versions and get access to RT's Bonus Content. Until then, here's a look at the December issue's Table of Contents!


Here's a snippet from Sarah MacLean's No Good Duke Goes Unpunished, which Senior Reviewer Kathe Robin gave a Top Pick! Check it out:

"There is a great deal of power emanating from the third Rules of Scoundrels novel. MacLean, like hero Temple, holds a tight rein on emotion and, when unleashed, it hits the reader like one of Temple’s punches. Two unforgettable characters slowly move from the pain and anger of the past, and the driving need for absolution, toward forgiveness and redemption. That progress is more meaningful and touching because of MacLean’s sensitive depiction of her characters’ hearts and souls. This is not just a marvelous deep-sigh romance, but a story in which the intensity and profound significance linger long after the tale is done. Well done!"

You can find the complete review in the December 2013 issue of RT!