Long had Marjorie Zimmerman been fascinated by the Dakota Indians--especially their chief, Spotted Horse. Then came the night Spotted Horse had saved her from her hated stepfather, and Marjorie knew she loved him. But even as they rode to safety, enemies both Indian and white prepared to make their passion as fleeting as the moonlight shining down from the heavens....
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Savage Tears Reviews
I blame Janelle Taylor and her execrable writing in Defiant Ecstasy for harshing my LULZY Cassie Edwards buzz. I listened to most of this one thinking that I really need to take a break from the Indian romances. Reading and listening to them concurrently was overdoing it a bit.Anyway....this one probably would still have been nothing special, even without the bad Janelle juju.Only 3 things stood out:1) The heroine's name: Marjorie. Any Fry & Laurie fans? I can't see or hear the name without thinking of these two guys:2) The heroine's evil stepdad skinning a fox alive because it killed some chickens. Didn't need that description, thankyouverymuch. The book pretty much lost me from that moment on because I couldn't stop thinking about it. No animal torture in my romances, kthxbai.3) The heroine's pubic hair described as a "puff of smoke that beckoned." First time I've heard that one!
After years of reading witty and gripping romances by Jo Beverly, Julia Quinn, and Johanna Lindsey, to name a few, the writing in this book was less than enjoyable. I did appreciate the details on native American culture, but the book was simply tedious. I only finished it because I have the annoying habit of always finish a book once I start.
I think it was a nice read I don't care what other people say because everybody can not write a book and there are other so called copy writing issues out there and you people what books they are too.
loved the series when they came out but dont think would read now