The Brightest Flame

Despite promising sparks early in the book, The Brightest Flame fails to live up to its name, ending with more fizzle and smoke than fire. Lively but shallow characters with questionable ethics, writing that glows lavender, and an implausible plot filled with invented conflicts left me burned out lo ...


I reviewed Lynna Banning's debut romance, Western Rose, last year. I enjoyed it and found the author was able to interest me in a sub-genre that generally is not my forte, the Western. I also enjoyed the social issues that Ms. Banning was able to weave throughout that book without seeming at all pre ...