Dakota Dreams is a good romance by Constance O’Banyon for the Zebra Lovegram line. But it could have been so much more. 3 Stars
Historical Romance Review: Sweet Fire by Jo Goodman
Sweet Fire by Jo Goodman is an action-packed romance filled with the requisite passion you’d look for in a Zebra Heartfire, but also adventure, murder mystery, and drama. 4 1/2 stars
Historical Romance Review: Sweet Savage Heart by Janelle Taylor
Janelle Taylor’s Sweet Savage Heart, a Zebra Lovegram historical romance, begins in Dakota Territory, May 1867. It is here that an Oglala Indian maiden, Wild Wind, the heroine of the book, is troubled, for she is arguing with her brother, Lone Wolf, over her future. Bottom Line: Sweet Savage Heart is one of Janelle Taylor’s best books. 5 stars
Historical Romance Review: Fires of Winter by Roberta Gellis
Told through alternating first-person perspectives, Roberta Gellis’s Fires of Winter starts with a bang but ends with a whimper. 3 stars
Historical Romance Review: Texas Tempest by Deana James
Zebra Historical Romance Texas Tempest features yet another great, steel-willed Deana James heroine and a wonderful hero who is the only man to be her match. 4 stars
Historical Romance Review: Viking Rose by Ashland Price
In this Zebra Lovegram historical romance, Viking Rose by Ashland Price, Irishwoman Alanna is taken captive by a Viking.
Historical Romance Review: Edin’s Embrace by Nadine Crenshaw
Edin’s Embrace by Nadine Crenshaw is a Zebra Lovegram published in 1989. It’s a fabulous Viking romance. 5 stars
Historical Romance Review: Stormfire by Christine Monson
Christine Monson’s novel, Stormfire is the ultimate in bodice-ripping, a tale of two mentally unstable people and their violent, intense love.