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Savage Destiny (Savage)
Savage Destiny - Savage
Author: Cassie Edwards
ISBN-13: 9780843950519
ISBN-10: 084395051X
Pages: 384
Rating:
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4.1 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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In 1821 Jamestown, Louisiana, Chitamacha Princess Soft Flower now known as Jewel Ratcliffe gives birth to a son Larry. Though she loves her half-breed newborn, her ten month old other son Troy is her soul. The older boy known as Red Feather in her heart comes from her Indian marriage making him a full blood while the new infant comes from her abduction by the Louisiana planter Jon who married her under Christian law.
Twenty-five years later, Larry seems to have only one goal in life to defeat his older sibling at everything though Troy always wins. This time it is cards and Troy wins everything including Larry's mail order bride Angela Dawn. When Red Feather and Soft Flower return to their people accompanied by Angela, Jon goes ballistic vowing vengeance and an acrimonious Larry sees the opportunity to defeat his hated sibling.
With over thirty "Savage" novels, award winning Cassie Edwards is one of the all time leaders of Indian romances. Her latest tale, SAVAGE DESTINY, is a chip off the old block, which will please the author's appreciative readers. Though typical of Ms. Edwards' standardized story line of good vs. evil in an Indian or old west setting, nevertheless the plot engages the audience.
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indian western romance
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one of my favorite writers
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Cassie Edwards has outdone herself once again! She makes everything so easy to imagine! Another true love story she has conjured up to send you on a wild adventure!
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A fever in the blood...

What else would make a wealthy Louisiana planter marry an Indian woman? the townsfolk asked. And when he raised his two copper-skinned sons as though they were white, some whispered that only trouble could come of it.

Torn between two worlds, Red Feather had grown up sensing there was a vital difference between his father's two sons. The night his brother gambled away his mail-order bride, Red Feather knew what it was: His younger sibling was as obsessed with beating him as their father had been about keeping his Chitimacha princess.

But when Red Feather laid eyes on the innocent, auburn-haired beauty he had won, he suddenly understood the passion that had driven his father. He vowed that nothing - not his brother's threats or his mother's pleas - would prevent him from claiming the lovely Angela Dawn and fulfilling his... Savage Destiny.
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I like this book . I thought this book had a wonderful story.
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A fever in the blood...What else would make a wealthy Louisiana planter marry an indian woman? the townsfolk asked. And when he raised his two copper-skinned sons as though they were white, some whispered that only trouble could come of it. Torn between two worlds, Red Feather had grown up sensing there was a vital difference between his fathers two sons. The night his brother gambled away his mail order bride, Red Feather knew what it was: His younger sibling was as obsessed with beating him as their father had been about keeping his Chitimacha princess. But when Red Feather laid eyes on the innocent, auburn haired beauty he had won, he suddenly understood the passion that had driven his father. He vowed that nothing, not his brothers threats or his mothers pleas- would prevent him from claiming the lovely Angela Dawn and fulfilling his Savage Destiny...........
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I loved this book. The type that once you start reading you want to find out what is going to happen.
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Book #36 in THE SAVAGE SERIES - Winner of the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award.

What else would make a wealthy Louisiana planter marry an Indian woman? the townsfolk asked. And when he raised his two copper-skinned sons as though they were white, some whispered that only trouble could come of it.

Torn between two worlds, Red Feather had grown up sensing there was a vital difference between his father's two sons. The night his brother gambled away his mail-order bride, Red Feather knew what it was: His younger sibling was as obsessed with beating him as their father had been about keeping his Chitimacha princess.

But when Red Feather laid eyes on the innocent, auburn-haired beauty he had won, he suddenly understood the passion that had driven his father. He vowed that nothing - not his brother's threats or his mother's pleas - would prevent him from claiming the lovely Angela Dawn and fulfilling his savage destiny.
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Troy Ratcliffe discovers that his mother, a Chitimacha princess was abducted when she was only eighteen and newly wedded to the Chief of the Chitimacha tribe. Her abductor Jon Paul Ratcliffe, forces her to marry him. He did not know that she was pregnant with a son. Not wanting the townspeople to know that the boy is not his he raises him as his son. For twenty five years she is his wife, afraid to return to her people for fear of what Jon Paul will do to her and the boy. There is another brother born after her marriage to Jon Paul. Larry Ratcliffe. He is a drunk, a gambler and just a mean person. Now Troy's mother feels it is time for Troy, or Red Feather as is his Indian name, to return to his real father and his place with the Chitimacha tribe. Troy has fallen in love with the mail order bride that his brother Larry sent for and then lost in a poker game to Troy. Can he return to the life that was denied him. Will his new love live with him as an Indian? What will his white father do when he learns that he wants to return to his Indian family?