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Savage Surrender

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Determination and a will to live were all that kept Lady Rachael Moreover from giving up in the first days after her capture by the Iroquois. She'd never surrender to those savages, no matter what they threatened! But the broad shoulders, jet-black hair and sun-bronzed skin of one strikingly handsome brave attracted her, despite her defiance. And when he sa...more
Mass Market Paperback, 448 pages
Published March 1st 1992 by Zebra
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Lady Rachael Moreover is traveling to Philadelphia in a coach with her soon-to-be ex-fiancee Viscount Gifford Langston when they are kidnapped by Mohawk Indians. Rachael had already decided not to marry Gifford but that opinion was reinforced as she saw how weak and spineless he was during their forced march to the Mohawk camp. Once at the camp, Rachael and Gifford are tied up to await a possible fate of death or being sold to the French. Rachael notices one kind face in the tribe, a young warri...more
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The first half of this one was harsh, brutal, and nauseating. You end up wanting the tribe to be killed off, having no mercy for them. The exception of course is the hero of the story, who is genuinely awesome. Rachael is a wonderful heroine, strong willed and feisty, sweet and intelligent, driven and motivated. Thankfully the two are able to move on and away from the corruption and yickiness. Their relationship turned out genuinely incredible.

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Colleen Faulkner is the daughter of best-selling author Judith E. French. She sold her first novel at the age of 23 and has been publishing ever since. A Southern Delaware resident, Colleen has published a hundred historical romance, contemporary romance,mystery, suspense and women's fiction novels, and won numerous awards, including The Diamond Award for literary excellence in the state of Delawa...more
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