A New York Times Bestseller From her first sight of the shadowy ship with its tattered sails, Scarlet sensed it meant trouble. And when its lunatic captain forced her aboard, her despair knew no bounds. She could hardly believe her eyes when the stunningly handsome Indian she'd met just once appeared to save her. Chief of the Texas Cougar Clan, Hawke was forbidden to her -A New York Times Bestseller From her first sight of the shadowy ship with its tattered sails, Scarlet sensed it meant trouble. And when its lunatic captain forced her aboard, her despair knew no bounds. She could hardly believe her eyes when the stunningly handsome Indian she'd met just once appeared to save her. Chief of the Texas Cougar Clan, Hawke was forbidden to her - but as his dark gaze burned into hers, she knew it would be impossible to resist . . ....
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Savage Vision Reviews
GreatAs always cassie Edwards did it again , this is a wonderful book and very thrilling ,always very exciting and great story
This book was enjoyable.I think the addition of pirates added something to this story. I really liked the two main characters the female lead was very strong and independent and loved horses (something I always find very relate-able.)The conflict in this book was interesting, thought I felt finished maybe a little too quickly which left the last 4 or 5 chapters of the story floundering a little. I love Cassie Edward's stories. They are all so sweet and enjoyable, but I really feel the pacing in a lot of then stumbles and suffers.Some are also slightly more realistic then others. I did think that the lead female character's father readily agreeing to her romance with the Native man was a bit quick and too neat. But the lead male character was very honorable and strong and everything that I enjoy about an Edward's lead male.Over all a very quick read and the side plot with the white deer actually made I think for one of the best endings I have ever seen in one of her works.
My mom died in December 2012, and for years before that (of course) she was a great fan of Native American Romances, Cassie Edwards being a favorite author. I never read them, even though she asked me to every time. Now all these romances she read are now in my house, and in a fit of nostalgia I read my first Cassie Edwards book. I must say, it was better than I thought it would be. A lively plot, easy reading, several subplots. There are many more of Cassie's books I now own, so it won't be my last.
This was my first Edwards book and although it has been some years since I read it I remember that I found it really enjoyable and ended up reading it in nearly one sitting (I was traveling). In my first read I was interested in the Indian romance concept which I'd never read before which I usually don't read a mix of an author and a concept that I've never read before but I was pleasently surprised to discover that I really like the book and was drawn to the characters. I do however plan on reading this again sometime in the future to refresh my memory.
Loved it! There isn't a part of this story that I did not appreciate. There are Indians, cowboys, pirates, druggies and alcoholics. A perfect combination to a romance/action story.
I can't believe I slogged through this. Get this woman an editor. Not a bad story but I felt like I was reading a young adult novel (or for younger readers) with sex thrown in.