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by Theresa Scott

Free eBook Savage Betrayal download ISBN: 0843935863
Author: Theresa Scott
Publisher: Leisure Books; First Edition edition (March 1, 1994)
Language: English
Category: Love Story
Subcategory: Historical
Size MP3: 1403 mb
Size FLAC: 1217 mb
Rating: 4.8
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Captured by the fierce Indian warrior Fighting Wolf, lovely Sarita is forced to obey her master's every wish.

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Other Books by Theresa Scott. Published by Theresa Scott. This book was previously published in 1987. Theresa Scott’s first novel, set on Vancouver Island in the early 1800’s, tells a story of love and adventure.

Savage Betrayal book. Theresa Scott writes historical and contemporary romances. Theresa especially loves to write about human relationships gone terribly awry before being set to rights

Savage Betrayal book. Theresa especially loves to write about human relationships gone terribly awry before being set to rights. Ignorant blunders get her characters into trouble. Tiny, gradual awarenesses, mixed with the occasional epiphany move them out of trouble. A dollop of love always helps, too. Theresa continues to feel hopeful that loving relationships Theresa Scott writes historical and contemporary romances.

It was a lavish banquet, and the whole village attended. Towards the end of the dinner, just before the ceremonial dances and singing, Thunder Maker slowly got to his feet. Towards the end of the dinner, just before the ceremonial dances and singing, Thunder Maker slowly got to his feet nity, as he waited for his guests’ silence. A hush fell over the crowd as they listened respectfully to what he had to say. He began in stentorian tones. Tonight I wish to announce that I will be giving a potlatch for my daughter, Sarita

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Captured by the fierce Indian warrior Fighting Wolf, lovely Sarita is forced to obey her master's every wish, and soon his hard embrace and gentle caresses enslave her heart.

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Theresa Scott's first novel, set on Vancouver Island in the early 1800's, tells a story of love and adventure. Fighting Wolf, a mighty warrior and his lovely captive, Sarita, are caught up in a love that transcends their tribe's enemies. Theirs is a journey of passion, heartbreak, discovery...and hope.
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Fesho
I love Indian romances not so much for the romance..Course I enjoy a good romance but I enjoy them much more when they tell so much about the tribes and the way they lived...The charactors were great and the story was interesting but alas such as it is with romnce novels they can never meet and just fall in love its a long haul or he loves me he loves me not on both ends. No matter how many times they make love one of them is always running or being stupid. This book followed the same old road with sickenly sweet everyone is happy at the end. To me a real romance story is they know they love each other and do what they can to be together aginst all odds. In any situation.
Nanecele
My wife and I read this book together. We also read a lot of historical journals, and enjoy historical/cultural accurate fiction. This author seemingly applied her current social norms and unrealistic sexual fantasies (often completely inappropriate to the situation) to a waring tribal culture based in the First Nation's Peoples past. The constant building up to high drama and action that rarely materialized (and then only briefly) really made the pages drag by.

So if you are hooked on the same type of books we enjoy, then don't even bother. If you wish to enjoy a drawn out drama that explores unrealistic cultural and sexual romantic fantasies... This one's for you.
Nilasida
I have been reading so many American Indian stories from different writers in the past few months, I feel like I'm addicted, and I think I am.
I am at the point I believe I wished I was living in those days.
I also believe that if the Indians would not have had so much pride when the greedy white people came, there would be much more Indians living today. Also, between tribes, my God, they were so proud and it made so many wars ... like who has more horses, who has the most properties, the strongest brave, etc.
Of course, the whites didn't help either, but not from, but from greed.
I believe all adults should read this book. It's not for the young ones though.
I thank you Ms Scott for the hours of good reading. You are definitely a great writer.
Steel balls
I kept thinking about this story and the more I read the more I knew I had read it before! I loved it then and I loved it the second time around too!

I enjoy reading books I've enjoyed over and over again, especially when they are well written. I'm thrilled to find that there is a story about their daughter twenty years later. I'm looking forward to reading it.

Thank you Theresa Scott. Reading keeps me focused on the lives of the characters in the story rather than on the 24/7 pain I'm in that will never go away in this system of things. So again thank you.
Keath
I struggled to get through the book. It had a great moments that made it somewhat easier to stay with. But there just wasn't enough of them. It was as though the author had watched a western then sat down to write several scenes. I have seen those science before. They just went on and on and on. I wish I could have written better of the book because the two main characters were good together. She just couldn't carry them through the book with more interest.
Runehammer
Great book from the beginning to the end. From the very beginning, I was shocked!! I don't want to spoil the book, so I'll just say that it was unexpected, but "real life". Fighting Wolf did not take one look at the beautiful Sarita and change his course of action. He just decided to have both. Love it! I highly recommend this book.
Phenade
I enjoyed reading this Native American novel. It took place completely in Native American camps and with tribes along the ocean. I found myself reading every chance I had and thinking about the story while doing other things. I am looking forward to reading more from this author.
Enjoyed the story and liked the characters. Interesting to learn something about the Indian tribes located near the ocean in British Columbia.