Native American

Review: Lakota Honor by Kat Flannery

Review: Lakota Honor by Kat Flanneryby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story takes place in the 1880’s. Nora Rushton is a woman who has a secret that she keeps hidden from others. There’s a creep in town and he’s definitely the villain of this piece – I can picture him having a mustache that he twirls the ends of every day […]

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A Hero with a Heart!

A Hero with a Heart!by Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Aimee Thurlo, author of Buy: Secrets of the Lynx (Copper Canyon) David and I have been writing together for most of our married life, yet we’re not at all alike. He grew up on the Navajo Indian Nation on the high desert. I came to the U.S. from Cuba when I was eight […]

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Review: Dangerous by Diana Palmer

Review: Dangerous by Diana Palmerby Keira G

You can tell why Diana Palmer is counted as one of North America’s top 10 romance writers. It takes all her considerable skill to turn her tragic hero, Kilraven, into a man ready for love and romance, which she does with magnificent aplomb. When his wife and child were brutally murdered seven years ago, FBI […]

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Guest Review: Dangerous by Diana Palmer

Guest Review: Dangerous by Diana Palmerby Aggie S.

by Aggie S., guest reviewer Kilraven had lost his wife and daughter a number of years ago and like anyone who loses a loved one it stays with you forever; but in this case it seemed that there was more to her death than just dying in a fire. Kilraven takes a temporary transfer to […]

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Review: Where the Rain is Made by Keta Diablo

Review: Where the Rain is Made by Keta Diabloby Keira G

Hero: Ethan Gray has pledged his life to the People (Cheyenne) and when they need him he goes straightaway to the council where he’s given his orders. Ethan is a time-traveling shifter who can transform into a raven. When he returns to the past to lead the Cheyenne’s Dog Soldiers he melds perfectly into their […]

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Review: Fierce Eden by Jennifer Blake

Review: Fierce Eden by Jennifer Blakeby Keira G

Jennifer Blake is one of my new favorite authors. I don’t know I managed to miss her all this time but luckily for me Sourcebooks is reintroducing several of her novels. Blake’s Fierce Eden is just the kind of American (French?) historical romance that I just love to devour. Elise Laffont, a widow at age […]

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