Taming the Lyon by Loretta C. Rogers

Taming the Lyon by Loretta C. Rogers
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Historical (early 1900’s)
Length: Full length (287 pages)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Poinsettia

Recently widowed, Dr. Margaret Boynton leaves England and sails to Africa. She finds herself up against dangerous animals and terrifying witch doctors. Determined never to fall in love again, Margaret finds her most formidable enemy is her own heart when she meets the enigmatic Jeremiah Lyon.

A scoundrel whose scarred face and ice-blue eyes make strong women weak, Jeremiah Lyon, legendary great white hunter, resents his assignment to escort a middle-aged doctor to the mission hospital. She isn’t what he expected…and neither is his unguarded reaction to her.
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When a secret society of cannibals kidnap Margaret, can Lyon rescue her before their chances for a future are destroyed forever?

Margaret came to Africa to leave her past, but she just might find her future.

After suffering a terrible loss, Margaret finds very little reason to stay in England. Determined to put her skills to use, she takes a position working as a doctor in Africa. While Margaret had heard of the beauty and danger of Africa, nothing could have prepared her for the reality of living there. Her adventures in adapting to the climate and learning about various culture groups was quite humorous at times and at others a bit scary.

Although Africa isn’t what Margaret expected, she isn’t one to shrink from a challenge. Understandably, she has moments when she breaks down and questions her decision to make such a bold move, but this serves to make her a more realistic and relatable character. She’s a very strong and courageous woman.

As unprepared as Margaret was for Africa, she is even more surprised by Lyon and her feelings for him. Initially, Margaret and Lyon struck me as an odd couple. They come from very different backgrounds. Margaret and Lyon definitely have a strong physical attraction to each other, but I never got the feeling they were really comfortable around each other. They gradually grow to respect each other, and become friends, but I always felt like they were tiptoeing around each other. They weren’t comfortable sharing their pasts at first, which I understand as they have both suffered tragedies. However, once they decided to take their relationship to the next level, things progressed very quickly and Margaret still hadn’t divulged some very pertinent information to Lyon. I really feel something that important should have been discussed before they moved forward. Despite this issue, I do think that Margaret and Lyon have potential to be a great couple. With their strong personalities and chemistry, their lives will certainly be exciting!

Taming the Lyon is an entertaining read, and I enjoyed following Margaret and Lyon on their adventure. Fans of historical romance and happy endings would do well to pick up a copy.


  1. Loretta C. Rogers says

    I just discovered this. Thank you so much for the great review.

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