Book Reviews of Savage Moon

Savage Moon
Savage Moon
Author: Cassie Edwards
ISBN-13: 9780843949636
ISBN-10: 0843949635
Pages: 349
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 36 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Takes place in old western times... cowboys and Indians kind of thing. A ten-year-old girl, Mischa (the main character) is traveling in a wagon with her father and brother headed for Wyoming. On the way they are swarmed by Indians, her father is killed and Mischa is kidnapped. Mischa grows up, living amongst Indians, wholly accepting her fate. She by chance runs into the chief to a neighboring tribe, they fall in love etc, etc. Meanwhile her brother has been searching for her for years, going slightly nuts in the process.

I was very unimpressed with this book because the story line was pretty weak. With most novels you have a main plot, something that the entire book is leading up to... with this one there's a bunch of stuff going on. There's one problem after another, but the writing is very narrow; each problem being solved within just a few pages. It focuses more on Mischa's love for her Indian chief and at times gets pretty corny. I stopped several times throughout the book thinking, "What grown woman or man would act like that???" The main characters reminded me of two love-sick 12 year-old children and not grown adults. If you are looking for just a straight romance without much to it... this is your book.
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Night after night she saw him in her dreams. A warrior, his body golden bronze, his hair raven black. And she knew he was the one destined to make her a woman, the one who would bring her the love she lost so many years before. As a mere child of ten, Misshi Bradley had watched as one by one her family died on the trail west, until she herself was stolen by renegade Indians. But now she was ready to start a family of her own, and Soaring Hawk was known to be searching for a wife. In his piercing eyes, she read promises of a passion that would never end, but could she trust him when his own father was the renegade who'd destroyed her life once before? As Soaring Hawk held her to his heart, Misshi vowed the tragedies of the past would not come between them, or keep her from finding fufillment beneath the .... Savage Moon
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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 pretty good story and some good adventure/excitement. Her books are pretty much the same formula - switch some characters, and that's about it. Two things that bother me about her books are 1: the couples fall in love and want to marry within a day; and 2: too many explanation points! At least half the sentences end in them! It gets annoying!
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Book #34 in THE SAVAGE SERIES - Winner of the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award.

As a mere child of ten, Misshi Bradley had watched as one by one her family died on the trail west, until she herself was stolen by renegade Indians. But now she was ready to start a family of her own, and Soaring Hawk was known to be searching for a wife. In his piercing eyes, she read promises of a passion that would never end, but could she trust him when his own father was the renegade who'd destroyed her life once before? As Soaring Hawk held her to his heart, Misshi vowed the tragedies of the past would not come between them, or keep her from finding fulfillment beneath the savage moon.
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love the series..
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From the back cover;

When she was only 10 years old, Misshi Bradley had seen the members of her family die on the trail west. She survived only because a band of Indians took her captive. Now a woman yearning for a husband and children of her own, Misshi cannot help being drawn to the brave Soaring Hawk. In his piercing dark eyes, she reads promises of a passion that will never end. However, can she trust the proud warrior when his own father was the renegade who destroyed her life years before? As Soaring Hawk holds her in his arms, she vows the tragedies of the past will not come between them...or keep her from find love beneath the savage moon.
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Night after night she saw him in her dreams. A warrior , his body golden bronze, his hair raven black. And she knew he was the one destined to make her a woman, the one who would bring her the love she'd lost so many years before.

As a mere child of ten, Misshi Bradley had watched as one by one her family died on the trail west, until she was stolen by renegade Indians. But now she was ready to start a family of her own, and Soaring Hawk was known to be searching for a wife. In his piercing eyes, she read promises of a passion that would never end, but could she trust him when his own father was the renegade who'd destroyed her life once before? As Soaring Hawk held her to his heart, Misshi vowed the tragedies of the past would not come between them, or keep her from finding fulfillment beneath the ... Savage Moon.