Savage Ecstasy

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Kensington Publishing Corp., Mar 15, 1996 - Fiction - 528 pages
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Kiss of the night wind. . .Whispered kisses. . .Follow the wind. . .

The novels of Janelle Taylor sparkle with her unique blend of adventure and passion. And her unforgettable tale of the warrior Gray Eagle and his beloved Alisha is perhaps the most special of all. For it begins one of the most romantic and memorable sagas ever written. . .

Savage Ecstasy

It was like lightning striking, the first time they looked into each other's eyes: Gray Eagle, the captured Indian brave, and Alisha, the beautiful young settler. As the proud Oglala warrior was being tortured by his white captors, only Alisha seemed to notice that he was a human being--handsome and strong, and one who took her breath away. But if Alisha could have read Gray Eagle's thoughts she would have been even more disturbed. Because from the moment he saw her, the Indian knew he had to possess the fair-skinned one--and his life would not be complete until he had made her his slave!
 

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Contents

Epigraph
Chapter
Chapter Three
ANYTHING FOR LOVE 0821749927 5
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Chapter
MIDNIGHT SECRETS 0821752804 5
Chapter Eight
Chapter Nine
Chapter
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Twelve
Chapter Thirteen
Chapter Fourteen
Chapter Fifteen

Chapter Seven

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About the author (1996)

Romance writer Janelle Taylor was born in Athens, Georgia on June 28, 1944. She attended August State University, but did not graduate. She worked as both an orthodontic nurse and a research techonologist. She has written more than three dozen novels, beginning with Savage Ecstasy in 1981. Her books have been translated into more than 44 languages, and many of them have been New York Times bestsellers. In 1987, she was put in the Romantic Times Writers Hall of Fame, and has earned a number of other honors, including the Bronze and Silver Pen Awards and a Certificate of Merit for special achievement from the American Association of University Women.

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