Books by Lorraine Heath

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Texas Splendor

Texas Splendor starts out like an "A" book. The characters are terrific, the conflict is interesting, and the sexual tension abounds. Toward the end, it loses its way - a little. It is still a good read, and a fitting end to a great trilogy. Austin Leigh has just spent five years ...

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Texas Glory

Texas Glory begins five years after the conclusion of Texas Destiny. The events in that book are cleverly woven into the story line of Texas Glory, so it is not necessary to have read it to understand this one, but trust me, you do want to read Texas Destiny. Dallas Leigh's dream ...

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Texas Glory

Well, no matter how hard I try to avoid it, I seem to run across somebody's opinion on a book I'm reviewing. I try my best to ignore other reviews until I've had a chance to read the book myself, but I still hear a lot of comments such as, "this is an A book," or "I was disappointed in that." So, wh ...

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Sweet Lullaby

This was the first book by Lorraine Heath that I read, and it is a memorable one. Sweet Lullaby is one of those truly wonderful romances that you never want to see end but when it does, you’re so glad you read it. I’ve read many of Lorraine Heath's books since then and she’s never disappointed ...

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Always To Remember

The summary on the back cover of Always To Remember ends with the statement that "sometimes love - like courage - whispers instead of shouts." That is how I will remember this book. It is filled with small moments. There is no feisty heroine and no arrogant hero. There are simply two wounded people ...