Book Reviews of Savage Hope (Savage, Bk 22)

Savage Hope (Savage, Bk 22)
Savage Hope - Savage, Bk 22
Author: Cassie Edwards
ISBN-13: 9780843950540
ISBN-10: 0843950544
Publication Date: 8/2004
Pages: 372
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 36 ratings
Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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In 1880 Bright Arrow, Chief of the Thunderbird Clan of the Makah tribe enjoys his life especially how his people are thriving in the peaceful environs of Washington over looking the aptly named Pacific though the squaws want him married. His calm falls apart when he sees a blond beauty crossing a frozen covered pond that he doubts can hold a child's weight since the heavy rains have begun melting the ice. The lovely vision falls through the ice, but Bright Arrow saves her life.

Ballet dancer Kathia Parish knows she is fortunate that the strong Indian saved her life. She feels she owes the handsome Bright Arrow, but has no idea how to pay anyone, let alone an Indian, for rescuing her from certain death. As the twosome becomes better acquainted, they do the taboo of falling in love. Besides her career, though they want to be together, his tribe needs him and her ailing father needs her.

Cassie Edwards has provided her most refreshing "Savage" tale in years as the lead couple has issues to deal with rather than the usual odious powerful white male causing trouble. The story line provides readers with a glimpse of Pacific Northwest Indian life in the latter half of the nineteenth century. Although quite descriptive, the key to this tale is the wonderful lead couple; seemingly the only resolution to their dilemma means one of them has to concede a lifestyle as compromise appears impossible. Ms. Edwards furbishes a winner to her myriad of readers.
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Savage Series is good.
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this is one of the savage seires based on the native americans.
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Book #39 in THE SAVAGE SERIES - Winner of the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award for Best Indian Series.

With help from the guiding beams of the local lighthouse, the Makah Indians of the Pacific Northwest made a successful living from the sea. Chief Bright Arrow was proud of the quiet, peaceful life he led with his people. But his idyllic world changed the day he passed by a frozen pond and saw a golden-haired angel dancing across the ice as if by magic. Bright Arrow could see that the recent rains had caused the ice to melt, and his worst fears were realized when, after a loud crack, the young woman fell into the frigid water.
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With help from the guiding beams of the local lighthouse, the Makah Indians of the Pacific Northwest made a successful living from the sea. Chief Bright Arrow was proud of the quiet, peaceful life he led with his people. But his idyllic world changed the day he passed by a frozen pond and saw a golden-haired angel dancing across the ice as if by magic. Bright Arrow could see that the recent rains had caused the ice to melt, and his worst fears were realized when, after a loud crack, the young woman fell into the frigid water. WARMED BY LOVE -- when Kathia Parish was pulled from the grip of an icy death by the strong arms of an Indian brave, she had no idea how she could ever repay him. But as the coming spring continued to thaw the frozen land, she felt her love for the muscled warrior with the midnight dark eyes bloom. And though Bright Arrow's love was evident in his fiery kisses and passionate embrace, she was reluctant to give up the life she had carved out for herself, wary of leaving her ailing father behind, and hesitant to give up her dreams of dancing. Kathia hadn't planned on falling in love, all she could do was have faith that the beams of the lighthouse would guide her heart safely to its destiny.
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with help from the guding beams of the local lighthouse,the makah indians of the pacfic northwest made a successful living from the sea
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With help from the guiding beams of the local lighthouse, the Makah Indians of the Pacific Northwest made a successful living from the sea. Chief Bright Arrow was proud of the quiet, peaceful life he led with his people. But his idyllic world changed the day he passed by a frozen pond and saw a golden-haired angel dancing across the ice as if by magic. Bright Arrow could see that the recent rains had caused the ice to melt, and his worst fears were realized when, after a loud crack, the young woman fell into the frigid water.

When Kathia Parish as pulled from the gri[ of an icy death by the strong arms of an Indian brave, she had no idea how she could ever repay him. But as the coming spring continued to thaw the frozen land, she felt her love for the muscled warrior with the midnight-dark eyes bloom. And though Bright Arrow's love was evident in his fierry kisses and passionate embrace, she was reluctant to give up the life she had carved out for herself, wary of leaving her ailing father behind, and hesitant to give up her dreams of dancing. Kathia hadn't planned on faling in love; all she could do was have faith that the beams of the lighthouse would guide her heart safely to its destiny.