Book Reviews of Savage Winter

Savage Winter
Savage Winter
Author: Constance O'Banyon
ISBN-13: 9780821715840
ISBN-10: 0821715844
Publication Date: 5/1/1985
Pages: 446
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Nothing in Joanna's genteel Philadelphia upbringing had prepared her for life with her beloved Windhawk. Each time the handsome Indian warrior claimed her creamy flesh, she gloried in his fiery kisses and melted in his steely embrace. But all that seemed lost forever the day she was kidnapped and forced to return to the white man's world. Though she was stolen from his side, Windhawk swore he'd find her, possess her and savor her rapturous love once again.
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Another re-re-re-re-readd. Ugh! The angst in this story has increased tenfold from the last one. Another good read, even if the angst was a lot heavy. Joanna, Windhawk and Tag's stories have continued with some cameos by old enemies and the emergence of new ones. As usual, all of the drama could have been avoided if the two lovebirds had just communicated! Instead they chose to believe the lies of others rather than confront their significant other for the truth. The relationship swam to the very edge of toxicity and at one point even I was like enough already just break up or get back together; this awful in between place is too much!

In the end, we always get the happy ending and the beginning of new love, but for these characters, the story isn't finished. Their ongoing adventures continue in the next book.