Monday, July 26, 2010

Review: Pieces of Sky by Kaki Warner

Book: Pieces of Sky by Kaki Warner
Genre: Western/Romance
Rating: A
For: Fun
From: The library

This book was the first thing I read after my overwhelming desire to switch up the genres! And it was seriously just what I needed. Real world, real guys, real situations.

The story is about a girl, Jessica, who is fleeing a pretty terrible situation in England. She is searching for her brother to help her, in Texas(or New Mexico) I think, but on the way there's quite the stage coach mishap. Who comes to her rescue but a horse ridin', cow wranglin', rough and tough cowboy! :) Suddenly, she finds herself mixed up in his life, which isn't too perfect either. Both of them have major issues and together they just might figure things out.

Great story. I had a great time getting all mixed up in it and rooting for the both of them. There were moments of so called "bodice ripping" situations, but it wasn't too abundant and not overly graphic, so I was okay with it all.

And now I understand that this is the first of a trilogy and there's two other books about the other cowboy brothers. (Yes, there wasn't just one cowboy dude, but three!) So I look forward to reading some more about wild west adventures.

Bottom line: I totally enjoyed it!

For more info on the books and author Kaki Warner, check out this website.

Other reviews:

Queen of Happy Endings
Babbling About Books and More
Bloggin' 'Bout Books (thanks so much for the recommendation!)


  1. Yay! Sounds like I better be looking for it at the library.

  2. I love a Western and haven't read a newly published one in forever - I'll have to check this out!

  3. I don't think I ever red a Western, but use to love them when I was kid watching Saturday afternoon movies. Glad you enjoyed it.

  4. YAY! So glad you liked it. I've read maybe three westerns in my life, so this definitely isn't my typical kind of book at all, but I LOVED it. Thrilled to know that you did, too!

  5. This sounds like quite the opposite of the YA paranormal genre. I could use a similar shake up with my reading. I'll watch for this one.



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