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Follow the wind. . .Kiss of the night wind. . .Promise me forever. . .
Award-winning author Janelle Taylor brings her magnificent historicals alive with fiery passion and exciting adventure. And Sweet Savage Heart continues that bestselling tradition on the wild plains of the Dakota Territory where an arrogant rancher stakes his claim on a flame-haired beauty!
Sweet Savage Heart
Kidnapped when she was a child, eighteen-year-old Rana Michaels couldn't imagine any life other than her carefree existence among the Sioux. The white man Travis Kincade appeared in her camp, and the flame-haired beauty's peace was shattered forever. His emerald eyes seemed to strip away her doeskin dress; his heated touch was destined to teach her passion's secrets. But when he traded a few trinkets for her freedom, Rana vowed to slay him before returning to her people. . .even if it meant denying herself the exquisite release only he could ignite within her!
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About the Author
Some of Ms. Taylor's most recent books include By Candlelight, Someday Soon, Lakota Dawn, and Lakota Winds (due out in paperback in May 1999). She has also made contributions to other books including The Leukemia Society Cookbook, Christmas Rendezvous, and Summer Love. In addition, readers can see her as co-host of the QVC/TV Romance Book Club Show.
Ms. Taylor's interests include collecting spoons, coins from around the world, ship models, dolls, and old books. She loves to fish, ride horses, play chess, target-shoot, travel (especially in her motorhome and out West), hunt for Indian relics, and take long walks with her husband. Reading, in particular books set before 1900 and current Biographies, Thrillers, Horror, or Fantasy novels, is also one of Ms. Taylor's favorite activities. She is also extremely active with charity work and was even featured on the cover of Diabetes Forecast in February of 1998.
She lives in the country on seventy-nine acres of woods and pasture with a lake and a catfish pond. She writes her novels in a Spanish cottage which overlooks a five-acre lake, a working water mill, gazebo, and covered bridge.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I think travis looks cute