the young woman was not another rich spoiled girl, taken against her will, hating the indian who she is with..... This girl has known hardship in her life. She accepts her indian friend from the first time they meet. They do fall in love much more quickly than it seems two people really would, but aside from that their characters are very realistic.
I also love that this hunky indian chief fell for the her when he thought that she was a chubby girl. (He didn't know she was actually pregnant.) I adore a hero who can love a girl that doesn't have the perfect body. I also adore the fact that he takes pride in claiming her new daughter as his own. Also, the fact that he proudly takes his new wife with him everywhere he goes, claiming that "This woman is not only my wife, but my best friend and companion." Talk about romantic
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!
Book #18 in THE SAVAGE SERIES - Winner of the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award for Best Indian Series.
Before him in the silvery moonlight, she appeared as if in a vision - her hair a vivid shock of red, her eyes a blazing blue. And from that moment, a love like wildfire rushed through his blood. Not one to be denied, the mighty Arapaho chieftain would claim the woman, brand her soul with his smoldering ardor, and fan the flames of his unquenchable desire. Yet even as Falcon Hawk sheltered Maggie in his heated embrace, and enemy waited to smother their searing ecstasy, to leave them nothing but the embers of the love that might have been.
Great condition, Never read it though!