Posts Tagged ‘Kaki Warner’
Sandy M’s review of Behind His Blue Eyes (Heroes of Heartbreak Creek, Book 1) by Kaki Warner Historical Western Romance published by Berkley 2 Aug 13 I’m glad Kaki Warner is adding to her Heartbreak Creek series with this new spin-off series, Heroes of Heartbreak Creek. As much as I love all the characters I’ve meet [...]
The last couple of years when I’ve chosen my top books of the year, I’ve had a difficult time naming my number one book. Well, this year it’s been much easier. Where I have difficulty is choosing one book over another in the same series by an author. So I made up my own rules!
Sandy M’s review of Miracle in New Hope by Kaki Warner Historical Western Romance e-novella published by InterMix 11 Dec 12 Kaki Warner has become one of my favorite authors, after reading just one of her books. Her stories are heart warming, filled with characters you want to know and who overcome the difficulties life [...]
Sandy M’s review of Bride of the High Country (Runaway Brides, Book 3) by Kaki Warner Historical Romance published by Berkley Trade 5 Jun 12 I am so glad I discovered Kaki Warner last year when I read her Wilkins brothers trilogy. I’ve enjoyed every last word she’s written, right up to this latest book [...]
A man and his dog. Both with a sense of humor. Both protective of those they love. Angus Wallace – the new Lord Ashby – has just crossed an ocean and half a continent to find his wife. The one who left him. Without a word. As he lay wounded, his military career now over. [...]
Creating the perfect romantic hero is not as easy as you think, mainly because no such creature has ever inhabited our planet. So, how—in the odor-free, sweat-free, bodily-function-free realm of romance—does an author create the perfect male hero while still making him at least marginally believable? Hell if I know. But I’ve been thinking hard [...]
Sandy M’s review of Colorado Dawn (Runaway Brides, Book 2) by Kaki Warner Historical Western Romance published by Berkley Trade 3 Jan 12 I love it when an author adds humor to her romances. When it’s the hero with the sense of humor, it makes him that much more irresistible. Angus Wallace is now one [...]
Gen’s Review of Heartbreak Creek (Runaway Brides, Book 1) by Kaki Warner Historical Western Romance published by Berkley Trade 5 Jul 11 I absolutely love Kaki Warner’s Heartbreak Creek, the first book in her Runaway Brides series. But as all romance readers know, you’re supposed to show, not tell. So let me show you how [...]
Thanks so much to Kaki Warner for a fun day during her Duck Chat here at the blog. Her humor – and her historical westerns – are a breath of fresh air! Y’all ready for our winners? Okay, here goes!
If you’re looking for an emotional and fun western romance to read, you need look no further. Kaki Warner is a new name in the industry and she’s writing cowboys and the old west like they should be written. Her latest release is Heartbreak Creek, the first book in her Runaway Brides series. You’re in [...]
Welcome to today’s Duck Chat! We’re commiserating with Kaki Warner about her beautifully written historical western novels, as well as a lot of other fun ideas and things. I’d not read any of Kaki’s work until I got my hands on the second book in her Blood Rose trilogy, Open Country. I was immediately smitten [...]
Sandy M’s review of Heartbreak Creek (Runaway Brides, Book 1) by Kaki Warner Historical Western Romance published by Berkley Trade 5 Jul 11 With this book, Kaki Warner becomes an auto-buy for me when I’m looking for historical westerns to read. Her characters burrow their way into your heart and never let go. Even when the [...]
Sandy M’s review of Chasing the Sun (Blood Rose Trilogy, Book 2) by Kaki Warner Historical Western Romance published by Berkley 4 Jan 11 I hate it when time gets away from and I don’t get to those books I wanted to months ago. Chasing the Sun is one of those, after I read and [...]
Sandy M’s review of Open Country (Blood Rose Trilogy, Book 2) by Kaki Warner Western Historical Romance published by Berkley Trade 1 Jun 10 I’ve once again found a new author whom I’m going to enjoy immensely with every book I read. Ms. Warner has given readers characters who are real, charming, desperate, and oh-so-human, [...]