Books by Kaki Warner

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Texas Tall

In any given month, there are scores of historical romance novels released that are set in England within a decade or two of the Napoleonic Wars.  The number of American historical romance novels is  dwarfed by those set in Europe, which is surprising considering the vast majority of popular roman ...

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Where the Horses Run

This latest effort by Kaki Warner is a little bit of a departure from her previous books as the majority of this novel takes place in England rather than the American West, but the west does not entirely disappear as a majority of the characters are Heartbreak Creek residents traveling to England. T ...

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Behind His Blues Eyes

I have read all of Kaki Warner’s books to date and have enjoyed all of them. In Behind His Blue Eyes she has given readers another solid book to enjoy, but it does not quite live up to some of her earlier attempts. I do not want to give any Warner fans reasons not to buy this book. It is definitel ...

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Colorado Dawn

Colorado Dawn is the fifth in a row of fabulous westerns by Kaki Warner. As with the previous four books, the dialog is witty, the characters are lovable, and the plot is interesting and plausible. This book, the second in the Heartbreak Creek trilogy, is a heart-warming romance in which two strong ...

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Heartbreak Creek

Kaki Warner proved how adept she was at telling sweeping tales of the Western United States with her Blood Rose trilogy in 2010. Now the first of her avidly awaited new series is finally here and Warner not only doesn’t disappoint, but proves that she’s the new go-to writer for Western romances. ...

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Open Country

When I first received Open Country, I was filled with equal amounts of anticipation and trepidation. The genre – a Western, by golly! – and the author’s sophomore status account for the former; the synopsis, the latter. Happily, I can tell you my final pronouncement is firmly wedged on the pos ...

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Pieces of Sky

A few publishers have continued to publish Western romances, but recently, I've started seeing more of them from other houses as well. With Pieces of Sky, we have the return of a type of Western romance I've missed - the big, sprawling saga. This debut novel has a slightly retro feel to it (in a goo ...