A Native American warrior and a young settler woman find a passion as wild as the frontier in the New York Times bestselling author’s romance series debut.
It was like lightning striking, the first time they looked into each other's eyes: Gray Eagle, the captured Oglala warrior, and Alisha, the beautiful young settler. To her fellow settlers, Grey Eagle is nothing more than a savage. But to her, he is a proud, strong, handsome man who takes her breath away.
Meanwhile, the fair vision of Alisha’s beauty awakens Grey Eagle’s darkest desires. Despite the horrors of captivity, the warrior is consumed with a longing to possess her. But even as Alisha saves his life, Grey Eagle knows that her home is among the enemy. Soon enough, however, the tables turn. And when Alisha is the captive, a fierce passion is unleashed . . .
I read the Savage Series when they first came out, not sure what happened to the books. I was thrilled to find them on itunes store!!
Read this when first came out as teen and now am ecstatic that can get the whole series for my iPhone to read over and over.
Perfect example of a victim ending up loving their captor although they've suffered horrific forms of torture. Isn't that a mental disorder? So...can we call it love?