Kaki Warner is an award-winning author and longtime resident of the Northwest. Although she now lives on the eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountains in Washington, Kaki actually grew up in the Southwest and is a proud graduate of the University of Texas. Kaki spends her time gardening, hiking, reading, writing, and soaking in the view from the deck of her hilltop cabin with her husband and floppy-eared hound dog.
Praise for Bride of the High Country and Kaki
Chosen by Library Journal as one of the Best Books of 2012
"A smart, resourceful heroine who survives at all costs, a strong, honorable hero who refuses to let her go, and a surfeit of diverse, unforgettable characters combine in a gripping, multilayered story that pulls few punches as it draws readers into the romance and often unvarnished reality of life in 19th-century America." -Library Journal
"Without a doubt, Kaki Warner is a writer to watch, an author with a promising future. She's definitely an addition to my must-buy authors list." --All About Romance
"A truly original new voice in historical fiction." --Jodi Thomas, New York Times bestselling author of Just Down the Road