Friday, October 22, 2010

Review: Savage Betrayal by Theresa Scott

Savage Betrayal by Theresa Scott

Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Genre: Historical Romance

Heat Rating: 3



On a collision course of desire…

Ferocious warrior, Fighting Wolf, will destroy anyone who challenges his right to possess the beautiful woman he’s captured.

Lovely Sarita will risk life and limb to free herself from slavery by the one man who has taken her captive, and now threatens to steal her heart.

Will Sarita chose Fighting Wolf and ecstasy in his arms or will she chose freedom and at what cost?

Tala’s Review

I really enjoyed this story. I love stories about Native Americans anyway, and this took me back to when I first started reading romance books. The first one I ever read was about Native Americans, and they have managed to catch my interest ever since.

Savage Betrayal has a little of everything in it. Love, betrayal, loss and longing. Sarita from the Hesquiat tribe has been ordered to marry Fighting Wolf, the War Chief from the Ahousat tribe by her father in order to seal an alliance between the tribes. Little does she or her father know that Fighting Wolf has other plans. He intends to take her captive instead in order to punish her father. Fighting Wolf never plans to fall in love with Sarita, but fate has other plans.

The plot was well thought out, intense, and heart wrenching at times. Fighting Wolf and Sarita get their happily Ever After in the end, but it is a long, convoluted trip for them to get there. Theresa Scott has woven a well conceived, well thought out story that I thoroughly enjoyed.

4 Tea Cups!

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