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Book Reviews ~ River Oaks Plantation

Barbara Robinson Page-Turner with Southern Charm…a Brilliant Masterpiece

B.J. Robinson’s books just keep getting better and better. This one sports a dual storyline and makes for a real page-turner with Southern charm. It’s a blend of the Civil War era plantation times and contemporary during 2005 when Hurricane Katrina hit the New Orleans area and surrounding parishes. Her characters are realistic. You’ll fall in love with both heroes, but Maggie and Danny were my favorite couple.

If you enjoy plantation novels or novels about the Civil War era, you’ll love this one. I loved the twist at the end. The plot is awesome. I’ll read more of this author, and I hope there’s another plantation novel coming soon. If you haven’t read her, don’t miss this book. It’s like reading two romantic historical novels in one, love in the antebellum South and love in contemporary times with alternating chapters. You’ll get your money’s worth in this one. You’ll laugh, cry, and fall in love. The book pulls you in quickly and holds you hostage.

Inspirational Author & Book Reviewer ~ Dolores Ayotte


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  1. drritagarcia said,

    I couldn’t agree more, B.J. Robinson’s books just keep getting better and better!! I loved reading River Oaks Plantation. And I also hope there’s another plantation novel coming soon.

    • Rita…I agree with you. Author B.J. Robinson definitely has a ton of talent. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

    • sunflower05 said,

      Thanks, Rita. I have one in the planning stages and will tour a plantation in January 🙂 Blessings, BJ

  2. sunflower05 said,

    Thanks, Dolores, for such a beautiful job and for hosting me on your blog. I’m thrilled to be here.

    • You’re very welcome Barb….always a pleasure to have you as a guest on A Woman’s Voice! 🙂

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