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by Cassie Edwards

The mighty Choctaw warrior Red Wing is powerfully drawn to a beautiful red-haired hellcat, Malvina, but it will take more than his caresses to tame her--it will take a love as pure and stunning as her beauty. Original.
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ISBN: 0505524066
ISBN13: 978-0505524065
Category: Romance
Subcategory: Contemporary
Author: Cassie Edwards
Language: English
Publisher: Love Spell (October 1, 2000)
Pages: 448 pages
ePUB size: 1402 kb
FB2 size: 1795 kb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 377
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Cassie has done it again. A great Indian romance romance with a peek into the Native American's life, as it was in
the time period it was written about.
It's so easy
This book was very romantic, and I found the love story very believable. I did believe absolutely that Malvina and Red Wing fell in love at first sight, I thought Red Wing was a bit judgmental and quick to jump to conclusions regarding Malvina's character. I know the circumstances at first would understandably lead Red Wing to believe Malvina a criminal, he still was to quick to believe the worse without any real evidence. He misjudged her several times throughout the book, the last time he even forced her to leave, although he almost immediately regretted it. Malvina didn't help matters when she stubbornly refused to tell him the truth about her quest for revenge, but I felt Red Wing ought to have believed in her more if he loved her so much. But, this book is very romantic and I do recommend it to anyone who loves books that feature love at first sight and innocent love. Cyndi
Three words for this book. Romantic, innocent and sweet. This book was great. Malvina is a sweet girl broken with revenge for her parents death. When her and red wing meet it is love at first site, and its so sweet and innocent. Red Wing is the most loveable man on the face of the earth. With every thing going wrong that could possibly go wrong, they make it through together. A heart warming story.
Not going to give you spoilers. Being a writer myself I know Cassie Edwards would not appreciate what I'm about to write... In general her story plots are no worse or better than any I've read, but some of the drama in the story gets to a point where it seems silly. This book is fairly good, is easy to read, and I did enjoy it but felt it could have been written better. I've found there are less and less Native American romance novels being wrote these days, and the new ones I've read, especially hers, aren't very good. Don't know why. I have found some of her stories to be too realistic for my taste, such as this one. I would have to say overall, if your looking for a halfway decent romance this book is worth giving a shot.