Books by Lorraine Heath

B-
Love with a Scandalous Lord

I've heard so very, very many good things about Lorraine Heath that it was with high expectations, indeed, that I approached my first book by the author. To my surprise, my reactions were complicated and far more mixed than I anticipated. Frankly, while I appreciated the author's steady hand and w ...

B
To Marry an Heiress

Hooray! Just after Robin's fascinating ATBF on the subject, here's an American-in-England historical that goes beyond stereotypes and makes the inevitable culture clash a major focus of the story. When an impoverished Earl marries a Texas heiress, the greatest challenge they face is reconciling thei ...

B
Samantha and the Cowboy

Last month I started glomming Lorraine Heath's books: fortunately for me she has a relatively small backlist. I had a bit of good timing, in that she had just released a new book for Avon's young adult line: Samantha and the Cowboy. As with anyone in glom-mode, I snatched it up and read it. S ...

N/A
The Outlaw and the Lady

The Outlaw and the Lady opens with Angela Bainbridge, a heroine who manages to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. She walks right into notorious bank robber Lee Raven just as he's leaving the scene of his latest crime. He kidnaps her and takes her with him, because no one else has ever seen hi ...

B+
The Outlaw and the Lady

I expected The Outlaw and The Lady to be not much different from any other Western romance. After all, how many such books have an outlaw for a hero and a lady for a heroine? He's a bitter fugitive bent on revenge; she's the innocent woman he mistakenly abducts. That they are to fall in love during ...

B-
Never Marry a Cowboy

I opened Never Marry a Cowboy because I was coming off a very difficult and disappointing read, and I wanted an author that I could really count on to deliver. Lorraine Heath is just such an author, and while this isn't as good as Always to Remember (the only book that has ever made me cry in the fi ...

A
Never Love a Cowboy

Never Love a Cowboy is the kind of book that makes me wonder why I’m not more familiar with Lorraine Heath’s name. Why is everyone buying that latest glossy big-name hardback when they could be reading this little jewel? Between these inexpensive green paper covers is a book with more emotional ...

A
Texas Destiny

Texas Destiny is a Beauty and the Beast story, a road romance, and quite possible the most tear-inducing book I have ever read in my life. I've often thought if I could get a copy into the hands of all the fans of romance novels and then buy stock in the companies that make hankies, I would be a ric ...

A-
A Rogue in Texas

How does Lorraine Heath keep coming up with such marvelous books? She is that rare writer - one who has never disappointed me. A Rogue in Texas just reminds me again why I love her books so much. She gives the reader great characters, an absorbing story and has a beautiful writing style that is hear ...

B+
A Rogue in Texas

We've all heard that the road to Hell is paved with good intentions, but what if that very Hell you found yourself trapped in was the place where you found the only happiness you'd ever known? A Rogue in Texas by Lorraine Heath, Grayson Rhodes, the illegitimate son of a British D ...