The American Civil War plunges Zeke and Abbie Monroe into violence and separation, danger and torn loyalties. Their first-born son, Wolf’s Blood, takes part in the Sun Dance, a tortuous ritual that initiates him into life with the Cheyenne. Then war forces Zeke to leave his family to join his white brother, Danny, in the conflict. Abbie is left to face a horrible fate at the hands of Zeke’s worst enemy while he is gone. For the first time in their beloved marriage her strong, brave, warrior husband is not there to protect her. When Zeke returns to learn her fate, the worst violence in his savage soul rages forth to seek sweet revenge. Zeke and Abbie’s love transcends loss and tragedy thrown at them by savage people in a savage land that can be tamed by only the bravest souls. Embrace the Wild Land is the fourth book in Bittner’s Savage Destiny series, and one that has been out of print and unavailable for many years. Now you can own it through a download to your eReader!
“Power, passion, tragedy, and triumph are Rosanne Bittner’s hallmarks. Again and again, she brings readers to tears.” —Romantic Times
“Extraordinary…Bittner’s characters spring to life.” —Publishers Weekly
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About the Author
Named one of the “Pioneer Authors of Romance” by Romantic Times, Rosanne Bittner is the author of sixty historical romance novels, most set in the American West of the 1800s. Her next novel, Desperate Hearts, will be published by Sourcebooks in September 2014.
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The story was amazing! It was like taking a trip back through time!
I have just completed the complete Savage Destiny series. The series tell the complete story of generations of The Monroe Family. Very entertaining. You are drawn into the series and become a part of the family through the years. A must for the historical romance reader.
Embrace The Wild Land is the 4th book in Rosanne Bittner's Savage Destiny Series. I couldn't put it down. The series tells the life story of Zeke Monroe who had a Cheyenne mother and a white father, and Abigail Trent who was on a wagon train that Zeke was scouting for. Their love is truly amazing, and so are Zeke & Abby. They lived in the violent times of the Indian wars and the civil war. Zeke had his own brand of justice and he needed a strong loving woman like Abby & Abby needed a strong loving man like Zeke. I think this book has enough back ground info to stand alone but I started at the beginning of the series and was very glad I did. You can't go wrong with a Rosanne Bittner book and this one was excellent.