Romancing The West Interview

My author interview with Jacquie Rogers on her site, Romancing The West, is now posted. Please stop by and give it a read. An excerpt from Dashing Druid is included, and the winner of my giveaway drawing will receive a free Kindle copy of this book.

Romancing The West with Jacquie Rogers: Lyn Horner: Dashing Druid

Here are a few review excerpts for Darlin’ Druid, the first book in this series.

“DARLIN’ DRUID by Lyn Horner should be made into a movie! It has all the right ingredients: wild west setting, lots of fast-pace action, a feisty heroine, a truly nasty villain and a hero-to-die-for. It’s a real page-turning tale, historically accurate, beautifully written and lots of romance to make your heart race. I can’t wait for a sequel from this talented author.” — Tori Phillips, Harlequin Historical author

“I’ll admit I was completely thrown by the title of this book. If for some reason you are as well, “fuhgeddaboudit”! This is an engaging, page turning, can’t put it down, don’t know where the time went, read. In fact, when I received Horner’s book I had already started Steig Larsson’s “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest”; having finished the first two books in Larsson’s series I was anxious to complete the third. But I picked up Horner’s book and frankly the pace was so much faster and the book more engaging that I put best selling Hornet aside in favor of finishing Horner’s book. ” — Todd Fonseca, reviewer

“After ordering this to be downloaded on my puter, became captivated and read it through in one sitting at the puter. It was obviously well researched historically and the characters were interesting and were realistically believable. Am looking forward to the continuing story in future novels. I am HOOKED!!!” — Julett Broadnax, reader

Lyn Horner resides in Fort Worth, Texas with her husband and a pair of very spoiled cats. Trained in the visual arts, Lyn worked as a fashion illustrator and art instructor before she took up writing. This hobby grew into a love of research and the crafting of passionate love stories based on that research. This blog is designed to spotlight Lyn's books and share the work of other creative people.

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