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Savage Beloved (Savage #26)

4.29  ·  Rating Details ·  397 Ratings  ·  18 Reviews
Terrified and alone, Candy huddled beneath the trapdoor in the floor of her father's cabin, listening to the bloodcurdling whoops of attacking Indians. When she finally crept outside, it was to find all the other inhabitants of Fort Hope massacred and a fierce-looking Wichita chief thundering toward her on his black stallion. Surely Two Eagles had captured her out of reven ...more
Mass Market, 356 pages
Published June 1st 2006 by Leisure Books (first published May 1st 2006)
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Alexandra
Apr 27, 2012 Alexandra rated it it was amazing
This book is written terribly but it's worth 5 stars for the entertainment value alone.

"He was praying privately in his private place of prayer." Best line in all of literature.
Sönïa Dhillion
Nov 20, 2015 Sönïa Dhillion rated it did not like it
I DNF yet another book, I'm just not getting any luck. This book was too fast - paste no relationship development and that's under all relationships. Mother - daughter candy and housekeeper . She brought her up but we never seen any loving relationships or example of it. Same with other relationships in this book. There wasn't enough cruelty that is involved in a captor and captive relationship. Love oh you guessed it again no explanation or development there either. I understand love at first s ...more
Cher
Jul 09, 2008 Cher rated it it was ok
These "savage" books are pretty much all exactly alike, with the exception of the eye-color of the heroine and the small description of the tribe she joins, always as the wife of the chief. The sex always happens on page 150, per 20th C romance novel convention. And the prose is short and plain, at a fourth grade reading level, if that. Recently, Edwards has been accused of plagiarizing from her historical research texts. While the evidence is pretty damning, the sources she uses are OOP and one ...more
Kathryn
Dec 03, 2012 Kathryn rated it did not like it
Shelves: couldn-t-finish
Just for this book I created a whole new category - Couldn't Finish Books. The writing style was truly terrible, I really tried to get past it but I couldn't it just got worse and worse until it defeated me.
Amy
Feb 22, 2016 Amy rated it did not like it
Cassie, you've done it again. This book is horrible. Not only is it offensive but it only scored 74 points on Romance Novel Game.
Amanda
Sep 16, 2016 Amanda rated it it was ok
I think this story had the potential to be a good book which is why I gave it 2 stars and not 1. It was very fast pace. So much so that at times I checked to make sure I hadn't somehow skipped a few chapters. The characters actually go from I hate you and we could never be together to I love you in the same scene! Totally ridiculous and very far fetched! If the relationships and characters were developed more I think the story could have been good. I did enjoy the historical past of the books. I ...more
Rachelle
This review isn't so much for the book, as it is for ALL of Ms Edwards books.

When I first read one of her books, I was utterly disgusted. She went from incoherent writing to suddenly text book style.

Why?

Because she was copying FROM A TEXT BOOK.
None of her books are written with any creativity, and she infact thrives on boring her readers to death. Its Oh no, I'm white, you're red, I love you, everyone accepts us hooray, tiny conflict like a hole in the fence around the farm, and then a SICKE
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Becca12348
Apr 30, 2016 Becca12348 rated it it was ok
Mostly skimmed. It was actually kind of dumb. It didn't have a good flow and the character development was basically non-existent - a lot of characters were one note and flat. The writing felt too simplistic and staggered on occasion. Also, I felt like certain storylines didn't receive the closure they should have. Wasn't a very satisfying read, but not horrible. So 1.5-2 stars.
Patty
Oct 27, 2010 Patty rated it really liked it
I love Cassie's historical romances. This was a wonderful book. These type of books take me to a different time and place. I enjoy her books so much!
Lisa
Jul 14, 2012 Lisa rated it it was amazing
Misty
Jan 18, 2015 Misty rated it it was amazing
I've read nearly all of Cassie Edwards savage series and I love all of them. Really sweet story.
Ann Keller
Oct 18, 2008 Ann Keller rated it it was amazing
Shelves: western
Cassie Edwards is one of my favorite romance novelists. I really enjoy her work.
Cynthia Roberts
Mar 27, 2010 Cynthia Roberts rated it it was amazing
Read every book in her Savage Series - hot, hot, hot
Becky
Sep 09, 2011 Becky rated it it was ok
The story was nice. The writing was...ok.
Danyelle
Nov 12, 2012 Danyelle rated it really liked it
great read!
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Terrible
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Edwards began writing romances in 1982 and released her 100th novel, Savage Skies, on August 28, 2007. Although her earlier books were classic historical romances, the vast majority of her novels involve Native American tribes. Edwards's grandmother was a full-blooded Cheyenne. Her first 99 books sold a combined 10 million copies as of August 2007, with her more recent novels averaging sales of 25 ...more
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