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Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. This is craftwomanship at its finest which resulted in a powerful story of a ranching family in post Civil War western USA. The family dynamics was fluid, believable, deeply moving and the dialog was magic. The challenges facing western pioneers were truly unbelievably difficult and cannot be over played because the reality was extreme.
The different personalities among the brothers made the dimension deeper. The back and forth romance and relationship building made this a very special and unique story. I can see why the author has won awards. Kaki Warner has a writing style that I really enjoy. She injects humor and has well defined characters. Her heros are sexy and her heroines generally are strong, independent types.http://john-und.sandra-gaertner.de/versos-para-tus-prosas-20-poemas-robados.php
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She sets scenes beautifully and colorfully. She is able to wring some very tender emotions out of her characters. It is for this reason that I recommend this book. I realize bad things happened in the old west and life was hard. However, the external conflicts and villans are so over the top that it starts making me want to skim. Some of it just goes on and on. The bad guys are crazy evil. Which is fine, but it's too much. Having read the Mail Order Brides series first I have found that she tries to cram every kind of evil that exists into her villans - rapes, murders, crazy, you name it - they are all very similar throughout her books.
Warner has a tendency to dwell on the bad stuff as a way to bring love and caring to her hero and heroine. I wish she would tone this down by half. I will read the next in this series. I liked the side characters as well, and Warner does a good job of giving individuality to what are, after all, stock romance characters the crusty rancher, the starchy English lady. She also gives you a great sense of the setting, both in New Mexico and in England - Warner has a real gift for description. My major problem was that she includes a lot of graphic violence, which really disturbed me; while some readers have no trouble sliding over violence, or perhaps even find it exciting, I read romance to escape pain and suffering, so I'm not sure I can face another book by Warner, despite how much I enjoyed many aspects of this one.
One person found this helpful. Her stories and characters are intense, strong, and well developed. I love the questions her stories ask, but I get angry sometimes at how long the soul mates are kept apart and how the resolution doesn't occur until the very last pages. Also, her love scenes need more. The connections are very intense and the love scenes are too subdued for the amount of chemistry between the hero and heroine.
She has graphic language and graphic violence, but very mild love scenes. Still, the stories themselves are great and that makes them worth reading Kaki Warner is a fabulous author. So far, ALL of the books that I've read of hers has left me wanting to continue to know more of her characters and their lives. By default, it sorts by the number, or alphabetically if there is no number. If you want to force a particular order, use the character to divide the number and the descriptor. So, " 0 prequel " sorts by 0 under the label "prequel. Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such see Wikipedia: Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion.
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