From the bestselling author of Savage Passions. Jae had lived all her life in seclusion in a mysterious region of Texas known as the Big Thicket. Even though she could outshoot, outwit and outhunt most any man in the territory, Jae was alarmed by the dangerous desires a halfbreed stranger roused in her innocent heart. Soon she found herself surrendering to the secrets of pFrom the bestselling author of Savage Passions. Jae had lived all her life in seclusion in a mysterious region of Texas known as the Big Thicket. Even though she could outshoot, outwit and outhunt most any man in the territory, Jae was alarmed by the dangerous desires a halfbreed stranger roused in her innocent heart. Soon she found herself surrendering to the secrets of passionate ecstasy....
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Savage Shadows Reviews
1.5 to 2 stars.A bit of me wonders if these abridged audiobooks are giving Cassie Edwards' books a shortening of the shrift, but then I remember the ones I've read from cover to cover and realize that's a big fat "NAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!!"Savage Shadows was surprisingly dull despite the narrator - the plucky Nanette Savard - giving it her all, as she usually does. But even though she did some great death-gaspy dialogue, the story itself didn't have the OMGWTF flair that I thought other titles had. The final scene, however, with some hick outlaw thug abducting the heroine, elevated it somewhat. Savard's backwoods twang that she uses for bottom-feeder lackies was pretty precious.Does anyone care about the plot? Well, here it is anyway:An outlaw holds up a guy's store, shoots him, and makes off with his pregnant wife. The shot guy recovers and takes another wife and adopts a half-breed Comanche tyke called Nighthawk. Years later, Nighthawk is sent by his adoptive daddy to go find his natural daughter. He finds her, a spunky little white trash spitfire called Jae. Their loins eventually swell and seek release.But then CONFLICT! The prodigal daughter gets the ranch from dying daddy and Nighthawk is mega-pissed. (Understandably.) But he thinks she connived it and stamps off. Then Nighthawk's buddy is convenient cured of amnesia and Nighthawk goes back to his tribe.Presumably this might be where a bunch of boring "Meanwhile, back at the teepee" cribbed filler got the axe, because the story then inexplicably leaps to a last-minute rescue of Jae by Nighthawk and a final sexytimes. Roll credits!Clocking in at a measly 2-and-3/4 hours, it still felt like it was padded and wandered over into tedium more often than not.
The book was great. I am still trying to own every single book Cassie Edwards as written.
the one that starte dmy love of the savage series! This book was the first book I had picked up in since I was 12 for lisure reading when I was 16!
This is a okay book, though it suffers the usual flaw in Ms. Edwards' books of bad dialogue and some awkward lines. I also noticed that Night Hawk's name is sometimes 'Running Hawk'. First time I saw it, I thought it was just a small typo. However, this mistake shows up again several times throughout the book, making me wonder if there was an editor for this book. As far as a Savage book goes, this is so-so.
One of the biggest issues I have with Cassie Edwards, is not the whole idea of interracial relationships with Native American, absolutely not (how could I be that way with being part Native American myself); in fact my problem is how rushed the plot goes. Example is this story, it has so not potential, but it falls so short because she rushes the love. Quite sad in reality.
I do not remember everything in this book so I will have to read it again before I can post an accurate review.