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The lieutenant's daughter succumbs to a forbidden passion with her father's prisoner, a handsome warrior. Torn from him by evil and injustice, Marilla vows that nothing will separate her from the fierce yet tender Indian chief....

Title : Savage Whispers
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ISBN : 9780505523815
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 312 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Savage Whispers Reviews

  • Tammy
    2018-11-13 07:40

    She was the lieutenants daughter, he was the lieutenants prisoner. But beautiful, golden haired Marilla could not deny her secret longings for the handsome red skinned warrior they called Kohanah. And in the sultry hush of a summers night , Kohanahas dungeon cell became a forbidden paradise if rapturous delight as Marilla surrendered to the fiery ecstasy of his powerful embrace...Sneaking behind her fathers back to see Kohanah while he was in prison didn't sit very well with one of the other soldiers that wanted her for himself. Marillas father relized that his daughter was falling in love with the Indian chief so he went out of his way to make his stay in prison as pleasant as he could. When he was finally let out of prison he and Marilla wanted to make a life together as husband and wife, but this other soldier Jason was going to do everything he could to put a stop to it.I felt like the story line would be going along really well then all of a sudden be cut short so they could have there make out session... There were ALOT of make out sessions in this story that I didn't care for. I like some steamy make out sessions here and there but not every chapter, a bit much for my liking... I like the adventuress story line that I'm use to Cassie writing a lot better than this one that's why I'm only giving it 4 instead of my usual 5 stars for her story. Still a very good read just a bit too much smut for me...

  • Honistie
    2018-10-23 09:33

    I did not get to finish this book. I will read it again to see if I thought it was a good book