Wild Whispers

Wild Whispers After the fierce Kickapoo Chief Fire Thunder rescues his little sister from a circus sideshow he retaliates by kidnapping the carnival owner s beautiful daughter Kaylene But instead of despising her

  • Title: Wild Whispers
  • Author: Cassie Edwards
  • ISBN: 9780451406798
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • After the fierce Kickapoo Chief Fire Thunder rescues his little sister from a circus sideshow, he retaliates by kidnapping the carnival owner s beautiful daughter, Kaylene But instead of despising her as he does all enemies, Fire Thunder s heart burns with new and unexpected passion a passion called desire.

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    About " Cassie Edwards "

  • Cassie Edwards

    Edwards began writing romances in 1982 and released her 100th novel, Savage Skies, on August 28, 2007 Although her earlier books were classic historical romances, the vast majority of her novels involve Native American tribes Edwards s grandmother was a full blooded Cheyenne Her first 99 books sold a combined 10 million copies as of August 2007, with her recent novels averaging sales of 250,000 350,000 copies.Edwards has won the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award and the Romantic Times Reviewer s Choice Award, as well as being named one of Affaire de Coeur s top ten favorite romance writers Edwards has a reputation for meticulously researching the proper anthropological backgrounds of each tribe she writes about.Edwards and her husband Charles, a retired high school biology teacher, have been married for over 50 years They have two sons, Charles and Brian, and three grandchildren The family lived in St Louis, Missouri for over thirty years, but now reside in Mattoon, Illinois.

  • 613 Comments

  • Nice change of pace from some of the other historical romances out there. I liked Kaylene and Fire Thunder well enough to read to the end. Enjoyable story but nothing earth shattering here. I'm not too big on the whole falling in love with your captor scenario. That also depends on how the story is written and what is going on in the plot. However, I would definitely read this author again.


  • Kaylene Shelton's home had always been wherever her father's carnival pitched its tents across the wild frontier. It was a lonely upbringing save for the companionship of Midnight, the black panther she had raised from a cub. But she always knew in her heart that somewhere, someone was waiting to end her deep, unspoken longing--if she could only find the dark-haired warrior she had seen in her dreams. . .Nothing could stop Chief Fire Thunder from freeing his sister from the carnival owner who ha [...]




  • New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Cassie Edwards unfolds a passionate tale of two souls destined to find forbidden love. . .Kaylene Shelton's home had always been wherever her father's carnival pitched its tents across the wild frontier. It was a lonely upbringing save for the companionship of Midnight, the black panther she had raised from a cub. But she always knew in her heart that somewhere, someone was waiting to end her deep, unspoken longing--if she could only find the dark- [...]


  • I received an ARC in exchange for an honest opinion.As the Carnival passed by in their wagons, Wild Thunder and Kaylene's eyes met briefly. Both knew deep in their hearts that the other was their true mate. But would they ever see one another again?Little did they know that they would meet again, in San Carlos,Mexico. One man's cruelty ans greediness would bring them together again. The Carnival was set up and running. Some of Fire Thunders tribe was also in town that day, selling some of their [...]


  • Originally Reviewed For: Bodice Rippers, Femme Fatales and FantasyCassie Edwards is another author who it seems is getting a new lease on life. There were plenty of awesome ladies who wrote during the 80's. Their epic brand of romance is was fun and oh so ground breaking. The things is, not all of these stories have aged well. It seems to me what was fabulous in in the 80's and early 90's are missing something. I will admit that Miss Edwards was not one of my go to authors back in the day but ev [...]


  • When Fire Thunder spots a beautiful woman that sparks his interst while on a cattle drive he wonders if he will ever see her again. That night she haunts his dreams and again he wonders if he will ever she her again. All he knows about her is she is traveling with a carnival. When his little sister is taken by a carnival he is angry to see that it the same one that he had spied the woman of his dreams traveling. But how could anyone treat his small sister the way these people have. When Little S [...]


  • No More Indian Romances For Me, Irritating, A Bit Dull, Unlikable Characters, 2 1/2 StarsI wasn't real big on this book. I think for the most part I just need to quit reading Indian romances altogether. The customs irritate me. I hate seeing the women have no say in what goes on and even though they may have an opinion about something they just shove it to the side and bow down to their man. I don't understand why it's okay for the men to find women outside their tribe but when a woman does this [...]


  • I love Cassie Edwards and her books. They are always a good historical western read. I have been reading her books for years and know when I see her name I need that book. This book was previously published around 1996 and is a re-release I love when they give us readers a second chance at reading a book, as sometimes we missed them the first time around. Not to mention that I like when they give us a new updated look. Also this is the third book in the series "Wild Tribes". For me it was a stan [...]


  • I’ve always loved Cassie Edwards’ book about savage Indians and this one did not disappoint me. In Wild Whisper both Fire Thunder and Kaylene had spotted each other when he is on a cattle drive and had become instantly attracted to each other. Kaylene had been having dreams about an Indian lover s Fire Thunder fired her imagination. Kaylene’s father had kidnapped Fire Thunder’s little sister to add her to the carnival attractions and had her living in a cage. When Fire Thunder finds his [...]


  • I used to read Cassie Edwards books and really enjoyed reading her American Historical Classics. So when I got a chance to read another I was truly excited. However, I have to say with a sad heart that I didn’t truly like her latest offering Wild Whispers. I think it had more to do with not connecting with the characters Kaylene and Fire Thunder. I connected more with the minor characters and their dilemmas than in what every happen to Kaylene and Fire Thunder.Wild Whispers was a sensitive sto [...]


  • As with any Cassie Edwards book, you cannot go wrong with Wild Whispers. When Kickapoo Chief, Fire Thunder, rescues his sister from the carnival owner who kidnapped her for a side show, he in turn kidnaps the owner's daughter, Kaylene. Kaylene wants nothing to do with a cruel man like Fire Thunder, but after living amongst his people, she realizes that he has a kind and fair heart and soon a passionate love develops between them.This is a satisfying story. The writing is easy and the word flow i [...]


  • This was an alright read. The plot was ok, but I had so difficulty with parts of the story. The chief was always right not matter what and he made many mistakes in judgement and deed. Kaylene was a tad ridiculous. She felt instant chemistry with him, but he did odd things like put her in a cage to prove a point and she just forgave him and it made her fall in love with him? Not! The Indian part of the story was interesting. It wasn't a bad read but wasn't a great read either. I would not pay $6 [...]


  • Wild Whispers is a reprint of an older Edwards book. Known for her Native American romance titles, Edwards adds a small twist. Gone is the kidnapping savage who terrorizes the white settlers, Fire Thunder, the tribal chief, has moved his branch of the tribe to Mexico. There they live in relative quiet until Little Sparrow, Fire Thunder's deaf sister, disappears. Fire Thunder does kidnap Kaylene from the carnival where she has been forced to work, but Kaylene is not always an unwilling victim. Of [...]


  • After the fierce Kickapoo Chief Fire Thunder rescues his little sister from a circus sideshow, he retaliates by kidnapping the carnival owner's beautiful daughter, Kaylene. But instead of despising her as he does all enemies, Fire Thunder's heart burns with new and unexpected passion--a passion called desire


  • Seriously, one of THE worst things I have ever read! (25% was more than enough torture!)Why the publisher wanted to re-release it I don't know - they should have left this back in 1996 where they found it!


  • Intriguing. Kept me interested until the end. I couldn't understand why Running Fawn was being condemned for the same thing the Chief was doing. Was it because on her age? Was it because of her gender or her lower rank in the tribe? Or was it because of the nationality of her boyfriend?




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