Beautiful Candice Carter enjoyed the attentions of every eligible man in the New Mexico Territory, until her reckless heart led her to near death in the desert. But rescue came from a savage...Jack Savage, the hard-muscled Indian warrior who both terrified and fascinated her. Suddenly she was at the mercy of an arrogant halfbreed whose forbidden passion she dared not admit she wanted to taste.
He was called Savage
From the moment he saw her, Jack branded Candice his woman. No matter that he had chosen the Indian way...no matter that he could hang for touching her. nothing could stop him from making her his reluctant bride. Vowing to teach her every sensual pleasure, he set out to tame the fiery spirit of the blond beauty who had stolen his soul. But as war raged between the white man and the Apache, he found himself torn between duty to his people and a forbidden love he could not resist and could not live without.
About Brenda Joyce
Brenda Joyce is the New York Times bestselling author of sixteen romantic novels, including The Conqueror and The Finer Things. She currently lives in New York City.
Connie Brockway is the award-winning author of four historical romances, including A Dangerous Man and As You Desire. She lives in a suburb of Minneapolis, Minnesota with her husband and their daughter. She loves writing historical romances, finding it the perfect way to meld a restless nature, a questing intellect and a romantic heart, as she travels, researches and, of course, dreams. Don't miss her next full-length historical romance All Through The Night which goes on sale at the end of September.
Cait Logan is a nationally bestselling author who grew up in the sage and sand of rural Washington State and currently lives in Missouri's Ozarks. Her most recent historical romance novels include Be Mine and The Wedding Gamble.
Stephanie Mittman is the award-winrung author of four historical romances, including The Marriage Bed and Sweeter Than Wine. She won the America On-Line Romance award for Best Sweet Historical Romance in 1995.