Book Review for “Heartbreak Creek” by Kaki Warner

I fell in love with Kaki Warner's writing when I read the first book in her Blood Rose trilogy, Pieces of Sky, last year. Her characters were so well written and the romances were just *chef's kiss* perfection. Once I finished that trilogy, I picked up Warner's only attempt (so far) at modern Western romance, …

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The Books I Got For Christmas: Sneak Peek at Upcoming Reviews!

I love seeing other people's book hauls but for some reason, I've never shared any of mine. I thought it would be fun for my first one to be my Christmas book haul. All of these books were either gifts or bought with gift money. I plan to read and review these books over the …

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Book Review for “Chasing the Sun” by Kaki Warner

I officially have a book hangover after finishing the Blood Rose trilogy by Kaki Warner. I have NEVER given five stars to each book in a series; that is, until now. The last book and the one I'm reviewing today, Chasing the Sun, wasn't quite as good as the previous two books, Pieces of Sky …

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Book Review for “Open Country” by Kaki Warner

Last month I reviewed Pieces of Sky by Kaki Warner, book one of the Western historical Blood Rose trilogy. I finally had time to finish book two, Open Country, and wow, it did not disappoint. Pieces of Sky was a five star read for me and I did not expect to love Open Country just …

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Book Review for “Pieces of Sky” by Kaki Warner

I have been in a Western historical romance kind of mood! I'm not familiar with many authors in this genre but Kaki Warner is currently my favorite. Her book, Pieces of Sky, popped up on one of the Goodread's "best of" lists. It sounded really good so I bought it and the other two books …

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