A Savage Beauty

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A Savage Beauty

A Savage Beauty Set against the backdrop of the American frontier Louise Therese Chartier finds herself under the protection of Sergeant Daniel Morgan of the U S Rifle Regiment when her trapper husband is killed Aga

  • Title: A Savage Beauty
  • Author: Merline Lovelace
  • ISBN: 9781551667072
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback
  • Set against the backdrop of the American frontier, Louise Therese Chartier finds herself under the protection of Sergeant Daniel Morgan of the U.S Rifle Regiment when her trapper husband is killed Against her will, she becomes part of an expedition to chart America s new frontier, the Oklahoma Indian Territory But it is the wild abandonment of her heart to Daniel a marSet against the backdrop of the American frontier, Louise Therese Chartier finds herself under the protection of Sergeant Daniel Morgan of the U.S Rifle Regiment when her trapper husband is killed Against her will, she becomes part of an expedition to chart America s new frontier, the Oklahoma Indian Territory But it is the wild abandonment of her heart to Daniel a married man that may pose the greater danger.

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    1. Michelle Connolly on said:

      Okay so, I honestly only read up to page 132 and then skipped to the ending. The truth is although I thought the premise of the story was good I didn't like the way it was delivered. I've found Lovelace has an annoying habit (at least for me) of cutting a scene or dialogue to give a thorough explanation with historical facts of what is happening or being discussed in the story, so it ends up feeling like a history lesson. And again, the romance is set aside as a subplot. I can understand why som [...]

    2. Shaumini Sheppard on said:

      Rated it 3 stars. Wasn't great but wasn't terrible. The journey in the beginning was too dragged out and the ending was very rushed. The wife was a strange character. Never spoke or cared for herself but apparently she suffered from grief. Never told us how long it had been since she lost her babies or how long she had been in her current state. She was lucid in thought, her condition just didn't make any sense to me really.The ending itself felt incomplete to me. They find evidence, bring it to [...]

    3. Victoria Angelone on said:

      I loved this story more and more as it went along. Gotta love a happy ending!

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