Sweet Savage Heart

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Kensington Publishing Corp., Aug 1, 1995 - Fiction - 576 pages
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Follow the wind. . .Kiss of the night wind. . .Promise me forever. . .

Award-winning author Janelle Taylor brings her magnificent historicals alive with fiery passion and exciting adventure. And Sweet Savage Heart continues that bestselling tradition on the wild plains of the Dakota Territory where an arrogant rancher stakes his claim on a flame-haired beauty!

Sweet Savage Heart

Kidnapped when she was a child, eighteen-year-old Rana Michaels couldn't imagine any life other than her carefree existence among the Sioux. The white man Travis Kincade appeared in her camp, and the flame-haired beauty's peace was shattered forever. His emerald eyes seemed to strip away her doeskin dress; his heated touch was destined to teach her passion's secrets. But when he traded a few trinkets for her freedom, Rana vowed to slay him before returning to her people. . .even if it meant denying herself the exquisite release only he could ignite within her!
 

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Contents

Cover Page
Chapter
Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Chapter
Chapter Seven
Chapter Eight
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Twelve
Chapter Thirteen
Chapter Fourteen
Chapter Fifteen
Chapter Sixteen
Chapter Seventeen
Chapter Eighteen

Chapter Nine
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Chapter Nineteen
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

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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