Book Reviews of Savage Persuasion (Savage, Bk 8)

Savage Persuasion (Savage, Bk 8)
Savage Persuasion - Savage, Bk 8
Author: Cassie Edwards
ISBN-13: 9780843940107
ISBN-10: 0843940107
Publication Date: 12/1993
Pages: 448
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 17 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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It was fun to see how Cassie Edwards could write a story with twins in it. Brietta and Rachel were identical except for their eye color. When Brave Eagle rescued and claimed Brietta he had no idea about Rachel. Rachel having got separated from Brietta in the woods at night came into her own story as well. It was interesting watching Brietta learn the ways of Brave Eagles people and watching the determination in Brave Eagle to make Brietta surrender herself to him and his ways. The book gets somewhat amusing toward the end when Brietta and Rachel are so close to finding each other that anyone within their presence can't understand how one woman can be in so many places at one time until they finally see them together and realize that "one woman" is actually two. It's very enjoyable to read. Though the book was mostly about Brietta, though you were able to read some of Rachels time of separation as well.
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Book #13 in THE SAVAGE SERIES - Winner of the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award for Best Indian Series.

When her family's cabin was attacked by Indians, lovely young Brietta fled into the wilderness, only to be captured by the most handsome man she had ever laid eyes on. Though he was a Cherokee brave, the smoldering heat in his dark eyes urged her to surrender, and the searing fire of his touch was a sweet, savage persuasion.