Image of Chasing the Sun


Image of Chasing the Sun

Following in the footsteps of memorable western writers such as Jill Gregory and Francine Rivers, Warner concludes the Blood Rose trilogy in a novel as rugged as the land, and as touching as readers could desire. This romance also shows the ties that bind a family and friends together. Warner is a bright new star on the western romance horizon!

Jack Wilkins left the family ranch to travel. He’s come home to find his childhood sweetheart, the girl he left in California three years ago when his love wasn’t enough to conquer the pain of her injuries. Now, he’s determined to sway her from taking vows as a nun.

At the same time singer Daisy Etheridge arrives at the ranch with her 2-year-old, claiming he is Jack’s child. He can’t deny the child, but does he want the mother he can’t even remember? To be honorable, Jack must propose to her, but Daisy isn’t willing to give her heart to a man who clearly loves another, even though he desires her. Their problem is nothing compared to the threat facing the family and their rights to their land. This is the time when strong men and women face their fears, putting aside their personal desires for something greater than themselves to find what they have always wanted. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Jan., 416 pp., $15.00)

Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin