Reviews for TOMORROW’S PROMISE: Survival on the Plains By Diane (D.L.) Rogers

"This story is very heavy, but beautifully written. The author D.L. Rogers has definitely done her history research. As an absolute history buff, and my husband a southern boy, completely interested in the Civil War, we have thoroughly studied this War, and its reasons for occurring, Ms. Rogers is right-on in her research. Being a first generation American, and growing up on the west coast, the Civil War was not in much of my education, but Ms. Rogers has beautifully and accurately done her research intricately weaving it throughout this entire story. It is unconscionable to me what people do to each other in times of war, the Civil War included. The experiences that Ben and Sarah face, the people they come against whether Indians or soldiers, and the horrible things one group of people did to another group all because they thought their side was right is so sad, and vividly depicted in this story. This a lovely story, good triumphs over numerous evils, but ends up very strong in the end. If you love American history, this story is a must read!!" Reviewed by Desiree of Enchanting Reviews, 4 ENCHANTMENTS

“What a wonderful story of life with its trials and tribulations. Life at this time was hard for everyone. Ben and Sarah are strong people and a powerhouse couple. Emma and Caleb are also huge part of this story. Tomorrows Promise is captivating and never without action flowing thru the pages. This is the first of a trilogy by Ms. Rogers and this reader is anxiously awaiting the next book.” Reviewed by Matilda of Coffee Time Romance, 4 CUPS

Reviews for BROTHERS BY BLOOD By Diane (D.L.) Rogers

"I felt Brothers By Blood was a very well done book. Blue's character had depth and felt real. The conflicts portrayed, both internal and external, were compelling...the author did an excellent job of showing all types of personalities with regard to the whites and Lakota. I also enjoyed the historical setting and learning about the rituals of the Lakota. Being the second book in the trilogy, I will go back and read the first and am hoping to review the next. Thank you D.L. Rogers for such a great story." Reviewed by Vee of Night Owl Romance Reviews, 4.75 (out of 5) HEARTS

"This is the second book in the trilogy by D. L. Rogers. Blue's story has strong characters that show both sides of the conflict, making it hard to choose who is right or wrong, but that both sides are fighting for the same thing just in different ways. It is just as captivating as the first." Reviewed by Matilda of Coffee Time Romance, 4 CUPS

I just finished your books and enjoyed them both. I wanted to let you know that I received Brothers by Blood yesterday and could not put it down until I finished it. Then I took the one my husband wouldn't let me read and finished it today. I hope that you will be publishing more books! Satisfied reader KJ Harmon

Reviews for GHOST DANCERS By Diane (D.L.) Rogers

" I must say kudos to Ms. Rogers. I have had the privilege of reading all three books in this series. She has taken historical events and exceptional characters and combined them giving a three dimensional look at a rough period in our history that was not just right or wrong, but person against person. George and Maggie's story is just as captivating as the two couples that came before." Reviewed by Matilda of Coffee Time Romance, 4 CUPS "Ghost Dancers is a remarkable story. I was amazed by the character of George. His emotions are deep and really touched upon this reader. He wants to do more for people but his hands are tied. His actions are genuine and come alive in this story. There were times I felt his trepidation. I love Maggie and her strong backbone to survive in a harsh land. Diana Rogers pens an extraordinary tale of hardships, prejudice, wars, and finding love, during a time when the world showed very little for mankind. This excellent story comes highly recommended." Reviewed by Cherokee of Coffee Time Romance Reviews

"I believe that readers who have any empathy for the plight of the Indians at this time will find this book a very enjoyable read given its unique twist." Reviewed by William S. Lyon (co-author of Black Elk The Sacred Ways of a Lakota, with Wallace Black Elk. (Published by Harper Collins)

"A rare book in that this book appeals to both Indian and non-Indian cultures alike, this book gets a 'Thumbs Up!' from me!" Reviewed by M. Round, educator

"Diane has written a book that is awe-inspiring. The story will keep you mesmerized, the characters will become your friends and enemies, and you will have a profound respect for Diane and her ability to make this book come alive." Reviewed by K. Jones--Legal Assistant

"I bought your book at the Indian Art Fair and wanted you to know I enjoyed it immensely. I couldn't put it down. Thank you for taking me on a "trip back in time." Reviewed by T. Keyes, a reader

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