Book Reviews of Savage Autumn

Savage Autumn
Savage Autumn
Author: Constance O'Banyon
ISBN-13: 9780821719381
ISBN-10: 0821719386
Publication Date: 11/1/1986
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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I have read the whole "seasons" series over and over, and even passed copies along to my daughter. The will remember the love story of Joanna and Windhawk forever. Definitely worth reading if you like a good romance!
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Hot. Historical romance. Highly recomend.
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This is the story about Joanna & Taggert James. They have been force to leave their home because of a ruthless uncle. Trying to get to their father they join a wagon train heading to Oregon. This is when the adventure begins. This is where Joanna meets for the first time Windhawk, the chief of the Blood Blackfoot tribe. You will be so amazed at what a large character he is. Tall dark and handsome. He is a fierce warrior and feared by many however his gentleness to Joanna is so endearing. Until Joanna leave him and he has to go after her. Windhawks fierceness then rears it's ugly head and you cannot help but tear up as he realizes what he has done
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This is a re-re-re-read for me. I've been in the mood for historical romance lately, particularly America historical romance. I don't know what any current authors are writing and all my old-school favs seem to have comoletely changed up their style. It's always good to go back to what you know.

This was an oldie, but a goodie. I love to story of Joanna, Tag, and Windhawk. You feel so bad for the siblings having lost their mother and to be set up by greedy, no-good relatives. Having to flee their home and wealth just to preserve their lives. And to go through the arduous task of travelling by wagon train to get to their father, only to be set upon by a murderous chief and his reluctant warriors. The siblings are separated and both thinking the other is dead. Joanna falling in love with the mad she believed was responsible for her brother's death, and poor Tag taken captive by the man who murdered his sister.

This story has everything. Betrayal, escapes, fighting, kidnapping, rescue, revenge, death, love, miscommunication, angst, reconciliation. It's no wonder Savage Seasons is one of my favorite romance series!