Saturday, July 4, 2015

HOME BY MORNING (The Heroes of Heartbreak Creek) by Kaki Warner

The award-winning author of Where the Horses Run makes her eagerly anticipated return to Heartbreak Creek for the final book in a trilogy of soul-stirring historical romance.

Thomas Redstone—a former Cheyenne warrior seeking new purpose by following the ways of his white grandfather—is returning to Heartbreak Creek, Colorado, when he decides to give the woman he loves one last chance to accept him into her life.

Prudence Lincoln’s beauty and education have brought her little joy. Envied by blacks for the advantages she’s had, and reviled by whites for her mixed blood, she’s proving herself by helping ex-slaves prepare for newfound freedom. Thomas has no place in her future, no matter how much she loves him.

He’s suffered only hardship. She was raised in privilege. Their only common ground is the spark between them that won’t die. Yet even as evil forces tear them apart again, they discover that courage can be a weapon, happiness is a choice, and love can triumph over anything.

Series: The Heroes of Heartbreak Creek (Book 3) 
Mass Market Paperback: 336 pages 
Publisher: Berkley (July 7, 2015)
ISBN-10: 0425263282 
ISBN-13: 978-0425263280


“The book readers have been waiting for….[Fans] will adore this beautifully written, tender, powerful story, tinged with humor…passion and pride.” –RT Book Reviews

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Praise for Kaki Warner and her novels . . .
“Finding a Kaki Warner book is striking gold.”—Jodi Thomas, New York Times bestselling author

“[An] emotionally compelling, subtly nuanced tale of revenge, redemption, and romance…This flawlessly written book is worth every tear.”—Chicago Tribune

“Romance, passion, and thrilling adventure fill the pages of this unforgettable saga that sweeps the reader from England to the Old West.”—Rosemary Rogers, New York Times bestselling author

“Kaki Warner’s warm, witty, and lovable characters shine.”—USA Today
 
About the Author
Kaki Warner is an award-winning author and long time resident of the Pacific Northwest. Although she now lives on the eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountains in Washington State, Kaki actually grew up in the Southwest and is a proud graduate of the University of Texas. Kaki now spends her time gardening, hiking, reading, writing, and soaking in the view from the deck of their hilltop cabin with her husband and floppy-eared hound dog.

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