Savage Dawn

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When Chief Eagle Wolf leaves his Owl Clan behind to protect them from the smallpox he’s contracted, he doesn’t know if he will live or die. The scales are tipped by a beautiful white woman who nurses him back to health and then captures his heart.

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Overview

When Chief Eagle Wolf leaves his Owl Clan behind to protect them from the smallpox he’s contracted, he doesn’t know if he will live or die. The scales are tipped by a beautiful white woman who nurses him back to health and then captures his heart.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781477831311
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance
  • Publication date: 7/23/2013
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 6, 2012

    Serious Cassie Edwards fan

    I have read dozens of Cassie's books, and this is not one of her best. But have faith! She is an amazing author who makes sure there is rich Native American heritage in her books. She has been a favorite for three generations and many more to come:)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2010

    Not her best work

    I have read a lot of Cassie Edwards books and this one wasn't her best work. It seemed rushed and not as exciting. I couldn't recommend buying it but borrw it from the library.

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  • Posted December 11, 2009

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    Interesting if you like pure formula

    This was my first read by this author and it had it's merits. Eagle Wolf was a well-rounded hero and I enjoyed the author's attractive way of describing scenery and nature. But the story itself was pretty lame and the most of the dialog uninspired. I was able to predict the ending half-way through the story, which never makes for a purely satisfying read. Savage Dawn is interesting if you like formula Romance, but I can't say it is one I'd rush out and recommend to my friends.

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  • Posted August 20, 2009

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    This is an exciting well written, but typical Savage historical romance

    In 1850 for the safety of his Owl Clan tribe Chief Eagle Wolf leaves to die alone as he believes he suffers from the highly contagious white man's revenge smallpox. At the same time he leaves his people, Nicole Tyler travels from St. Louis to Tyler City, Utah where her parents live in hopes of using her recently earned teaching certificate.

    Instead of being greeted in euphoric welcome home by her parents, Nicole arrives to a gruesome site; every one of the townsfolk has been murdered and the psychopath Sam Partain stalks her as he holds a grudge against her for rejecting his advances; besides he logically knows no witness can be left alive to blame a white man as the rumors throughout Utah are an Indian massacre occurred. Nicole escapes racing alone up the nearby mountains with a killer in pursuit. She runs into a feverish Indian whom she nurses back to health from measles. Eagle Wolf and Nicole fall in love as they flee an obstinate predator.

    This is an exciting well written, but typical Savage historical romance starring two likable but totally diverse lifestyle lead players. The key stars are out of Cassie Edwards casting 101 with a noble male Indian, a tolerant white woman, and a crazed white male. Although the story line has been used a seemingly quadrillion times by Ms. Edwards, her fans will relish Nicole's efforts to adapt to an increasingly outraged tribe trying to survive the white tsunami.

    Harriet Klausner

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