Fire Dance



Previously published as Strongheart’s Woman.

Tired of billionaire bosses and stepbrothers? Had enough of vampires and werewolves? Bored with throbbing rods and quivering girly parts? Do you want some real prose with your romance, spiced with just the right touch of sexy?

Want to meet characters you’ll love? Want to be swept away into a world that is new, fresh, full of possibilities? Want to experience Earth reborn?

Enter the world of FIRE DANCE, where men are passionate and heroic, and women are breathtaking! A place where lovers gaze at the stars, dance under the full moon, and love with unbridled passion!

You can get this wonderful novel  at the link below.


Don’t forget to follow it up with Hunter’s Snare, the next novel in the series!

Check out the reviews below to see what reviewers are saying about this novel. This novel earned a Five-Star Review from Reader’s Favorite.

5 star review at Reader’s Favorite

Reviewed by Lex Allen for Readers’ Favorite

Having read, reviewed, and loved The Edge of the World, I immediately followed it with Daniel’s Fork: A Mystery set in the Daniel’s Fork Universe. The story, the characters, and the talent of author Zeecé Lugo ensured that I would continue to immerse myself in this fabulously inventive series as soon as the next book arrived. That third book, Strongheart’s Woman, supplements a set of stories that are all part and parcel of a fantasy tale set in a future past. The saga of Daniel’s Fork is described, at least partially, as a dystopian story. The saga is certainly set in a future following an apocalyptic event — in this case a pandemic — but it is far from ‘a society characterized by human misery, as squalor, oppression, disease, and overcrowding.’ Instead, the future world has gone back to an American future where the great Choctaw and Creek Indian tribes have reestablished timeless traditions, and the ‘white’ man has reverted to a feudal system of government, reminiscent of the Middle Ages in Europe. This future world is anything but dystopian. The story combines fantasy, romance, and suspense genres with a sprinkling of alternative history to thoroughly delight all readers who enjoy any of these genres.

The story is epic in scope and, in the hands of its creator, could easily become the next Game of Thrones or Outlander series in print and film. As much as I love the story, I must also add that to write a tale of this scope requires an accomplished and talented author. Ms. Lugo is with a doubt capable of accomplishing this feat and much more. She writes with confidence and skill, weaving a wonderful love story into a fantasy world that contains more verisimilitude than many novels set in the real world. Her characters literally leap from the pages through dialogue, thoughts and actions. Although the Daniel’s Fork saga is a series, each individual book stands on its own. As in real life, the times and places remain stable, while the characters come and go but are always connected to each other. The author has a firm grasp of historical societies that she blends into this new world with a deft hand. Strongheart’s Woman is a tale you’ll not want to miss. After your first glimpse of Daniel’s Fork, whether the prelude story or any of the three novels, I am confident you’ll want more. I do, and A Time For Love is already on my Kindle.

5 star review at Amazon

A triumph!, May 27, 2015
Scottish Hunni
This review is from: Strongheart’s Woman: A Romance set in the Daniel’s Fork Universe (Before Daniel’s Fork Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
A stunning prequel to the world of Daniel’s Fork. Lord Strongheart is set to marry the Choctaw princess, under an agreement made by their ancestors to keep the peace in the world left after the “Great Death.” Annasai is a vibrant woman, playful and eager to please. There is only one thing holding Lord Strongheart back, and that’s her cousin, Setiyah, a healer, and very headstrong woman. Will Lord Strongheart be able to do the right thing, or will his heart lead him down a path of destruction?

Miss Lugo certainly does not disappoint in this beautifully written tale of love and lust. Although set in a world after humanity has all but been wiped out, she does not resort to the typical dystopian themes, but reverts back to a time of lords, warriors, and tribal cultures. I cannot fault this novel in any way, and I am left wanting more from the world of Daniel’s Fork!

5 star review at Amazon

Almost Austen flavour, May 29, 2015
Ngaruawahia Girl
This review is from: Strongheart’s Woman: A Romance set in the Daniel’s Fork Universe (Before Daniel’s Fork Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
I love this Daniel’s Fork series and will definitely read more of them. I love how even though it’s a post-apocalyptic world, the world has reverted back to what it was around the 1800s with shades of the future and more recent times. It’s really clever and written in a way that’s engaging. The author has a way of writing that has an almost Austen flavour in her diction but it works. I would definitely recommend this series.

5 star Review at Amazon

LOVE THIS STORY, June 20, 2015
Pamela Foley
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This review is from: Strongheart’s Woman: A Romance set in the Daniel’s Fork Universe (Before Daniel’s Fork Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
I was introduced to the lovely, spicy, witchy woman, Setiyah, in the first novel of this wonderful world, Daniel’s Fork. In that tale, she was an older woman and the widow of Lord Victor Strongheart. This book tells the story of a younger Setiyah and Lord Victor, how they met and the obstacles they each overcame to realize their true love. I love Setiyah’s character. She’s head-strong, independent, saucy and loyal to her core. But she can also be soft and vulnerable.

By the established Accords, the only way Victor Strongheart can become the Lord of Daniel’s Fork, he must wed the Choctaw Chieftain’s daughter, Princess Annasai. Yes, she’s everything a hot-blooded man could want, beautiful, sexy and passionate. But, she’s also willful, spoiled and selfish. She has a hard time relating to the needs of her people and their misfortunes. As Victor becomes closer with Annasai, he realizes she’s not the one that has claimed his heart and the best woman to serve the people of Daniel’s Fork.

I really love the concept of Daniel’s Fork, and could see myself living in this type of world. I hate our modern existence and what we, as humans, have lost to the God of progress and technology.l I also think that Zeece Lugo outdid herself with this book. It’s more alive with drama and emotions than the first one. The story is gripping and fast-paced, and I couldn’t wait to get to the conclusion. The story is well-written and the characters each have their own voice. I loved this story and can’t wait to read more from this extremely, talented author. I highly recommend this tale and give it my 5 feathers. Good job.

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