Book Reviews of Savage Joy (Savage, Bk 8)

Savage Joy (Savage, Bk 8)
Savage Joy - Savage, Bk 8
Author: Cassie Edwards
ISBN-13: 9780843944808
ISBN-10: 0843944803
Publication Date: 1999
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 27 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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enjoyed it as I do most of Cassie Edwards books*****
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Story of an indian and a white woman.A good,fun book.
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Shanndel Lynn had lived all her life in the white world. Secretly named Rain Singing by her Iroquois mother, she had nothing of her Indian heritage but that name. Then a group of Shawnee stopped in town to spend the winter, and when she glimpsed their handsome chief, Pather, she was instantly drawn to him. Donning her mother\'s beautiful old doeskin dress and moccasins, she knew she had to meet the dark stranger, for he had awakened her senses as no white man ever could.

When Panther first sees the Indian maiden, Shanndel, he thinks she is a vision of his wife who had been slain by the Iroquois chief Iron Nose. Once he realizes that she\'s real, he longs to take has as his own. But they are from different tribes--enemy tribes--but as both Iron Nose and Shanndel\'s white father threaten to tear them apart, Panther knows that she is the only one who can save his sorrow-laden heart.
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indian western romance
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About this title: When Panther first sees the Indian maiden, Shanndel, he thinks she is a vision of his wife who had been slain by the Iroquois chief Iron Nose. Once he realizes that she's real, he longs to take has as his own. But they are from different tribes--enemy tribes--but as both Iron Nose and Shanndel's white father threaten to tear them apart, Panther knows that she is the only one who can save his sorrow-laden heart.
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Shanndel Lynn had lived all lher life in the white world. Secretly named Rain Singing by her Iroquois mother, she had nothing of her indian heritage but that name. Then when a group of Shawnee stopped in town to spend the winter, and when she glimpsed their handsome chief, Panther, she was instantly drawn to him. Donning her mother's beautiful old doeskin dress and moccasins, she knew she had to meet the dark stranger, for he had awakened her senses as no white man ever could. When Panther first saw the indian maiden, he thought she was a vision of his wife slain by the Iroquois Chief Iron Nose. Once he realized she was real and she was breathtaking, he longed to take her in his arms. They were from different worlds--and enemy tribes--but as both Iron Nose and Shanndel's white father threatened to tear them apart.
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Book #28 in THE SAVAGE SERIES - Winner of the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award for Best Indian Series.

Shanndel Lynn had lived all her life in the white world. Secretly named Rain Singing by her Iroquois mother, she had nothing of her Indian heritage but that name. Then a group of Shawnee stopped in town to spend the winter, and when she glimpsed their handsome chief, Panther, she was instantly drawn to him. Donning her mother's beautiful old doeskin dress and moccasins, she knew she had to meet the dark stranger, for he had awakened her senses as no white man ever could.