Wild Desire

Wild Desire Railroader s daughter Stephanie Helton and the tall darkly sensual Runner adopted by the Navajo as a child and now destined to be their leader were sworn enemies But he drank deeply of the copper h

  • Title: Wild Desire
  • Author: Cassie Edwards
  • ISBN: 9780451404640
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Paperback
  • Railroader s daughter Stephanie Helton and the tall, darkly sensual Runner, adopted by the Navajo as a child and now destined to be their leader, were sworn enemies But he drank deeply of the copper haired, grey eyed beauty s forbidden kisses, and surrendered to the savage desire of their love.

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      Published :2019-05-15T19:04:53+00:00

    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.

  • 805 Comments

  • The only thing I really found wrong with this book was the age of Pure Blossom. Runner is 23 in this book and at the end of Wild Splendor he was 10 and Pure Blossom was 8 months old which would have made her 13 or 14 Adam was Runner's age. The story indicated that Pure Blossom was Stephanie's age. A good editor should have caught that.


  • Story was very predictable. Found it very distracting to read so many misspelled words and grammatical errors. Navajo is not spelled with an h.Too many coincidences. Characters seemed phoney on many levels.Much of the action was not believable.Would not recommend this book.


  • Romance and fireThis book had plenty of romance and fire ! Started the book in May and due to work events and family was unable to finish it until Sept and boy it kept me going. Loved the plots


  • Really liked the premise however I found the pacing far too slow. This was almost overwritten; dialogue was always dense which also slowed the pacing considerably. I won't be continuing with this series.


  • Love This BookCassie Edwards has always been one of my favorite authors. I have read her books back to when I was in High School and I am 47 years old now, but I never get tired of the way she makes every book exciting.


  • hero and heroine finally met at 9% and the first thought the heroine had was "fight for her rights". Female indignation so tired me. We are 10% into the book and we read about every one except the lead characters. I give up.



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