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Savage Love (Savage Series #18)

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Monster bones. They were the stuff of Indian legend, which warned that they must not be disturbed. But lovely, golden-haired Dayanara and her father were on a mission for the Smithsonian Institute to track down the mysterious bones and uncover them, despite the danger. Not even her father's untimely death or a disapproving and disturbingly handsome Indian chief could preve...more
Mass Market Paperback, 384 pages
Published August 2002 by Leisure Books
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•Erin• (Paperback Stash)
I'm all for Indian romance as much as the next wanton woman. Usually the woman ends up giving up quite a bit to be with her love, but it always is made up for by the love both partners share. There's something erotic about most of these stories, so when I dug into Savage Love, I prepared myself to be savagely pleased by the tale. Boy, was I wrong.

First and foremost is the plot. Dayanara and her father have traveled with her mother to unearth monster bones, spurred on by the Smithsonian Institute...more
This being the only Cassie Edwards book I have read, I am pleasantly surprised by how much I had enjoyed the read. Yeah, it is a romance, but it is a romance with a larger conflict fueling the plot.

Sadly, historical romances are not my thing, so as much as I enjoyed this I give it three stars. I am more of a scifi/fantasy/paranormal gal, so the story didn't hit all the spots I would have liked--I still felt hungry for more.
Patsy Rackliff
Hot,Leaves me wanting more.
Angie Bell
A very good book. Cassie Edwards writes some amazing Indian love stories that I can never get enough of. Her books are always a very promising read.
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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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