Book Reviews of Savage Devotion (Savage, Bk 14)

Savage Devotion (Savage, Bk 14)
Savage Devotion - Savage, Bk 14
Author: Cassie Edwards
ISBN-13: 9780843947359
ISBN-10: 0843947357
Publication Date: 7/17/2000
Pages: 390
Rating:
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4.1 stars, based on 28 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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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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Book #31 in THE SAVAGE SERIES - Winner of the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award for Best Indian Series.

Sailing the deep, clear waters of the Puget Sound, beautiful red-haired Janice Edwards way bound for a new beginning. Leaving behind the wealth and luxury she'd inown in San Francisco, she hoped to find a simpler, sweeter life in the towering forest of Tacoma...and a man who would love her for who she was, not what she had.

But when the steamer Hope was wrecked by a sudden storm, Janice was rescued by a man like none she'd ever known. Tall, with muscular limbs and a powerful shest revealed by his buckskin clothing, he was a Skokomish Indian - from all she'd heard, a savage to be feared. Yet in his gray eyes she saw tender caring, in his strong arms she discovered untold passion, and in his wild heart she would find...
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Tempest Tossed
Sailing the deep, clear waters of the Puget Sound, beautiful red-haired Janice Edwards was bound for a new beginning. Leaving behind the wealth adn luxury she'd known in San Francisco, she hoped to find a simpler, sweeter life in the towering forests of Tacoma...and a man who would love her for who she was, not what she had.
But when the steamer Hope was wrecked by a sudden storm, Janice was rescued by a man like none she had ever known. Tall, with muscular limbs and a powerful chest revealed by his buckskin clothing, he was a Skokomish Indian--from all she'd heard, a savage to be feared. Yet in his gray eyes she saw tender caring, in his strong arms she discovered untold passion, and in his wild heart she would find...Savage Devotion.