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Sweet Savage Eden (North American Woman) Mass Market Paperback – February 1, 1989
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Five stars is not nearly enough for this book. I will definitely be reading it again in the near future.
This is Jasmine's ("Jassy") and Jamie's story, which begins in 17th century England and leads to the New World (Virginia). Jassy has had a hard life as the bastard daughter of a dead nobleman whose mother dies for lack of medical attention. She learns of her connections to a noble family and they take her in as little better than a servant. There she meets the dark Lord Cameron who wants to marry her because she reminds him of his "wild Virginia" he has come to love and where he is building a life. Jassy thinks she is in love with his friend the charming and fair Robert, but Robert has other plans. Jassy doesn't want to die in starvation and poverty like her mother, so she consents to wed Jamie.
Jamie Cameron wants the beautiful Jassy...she makes his blood boil. He thinks she will be strong enough to endure the life in the wilderness where there are still Indians and pressures just to survive. But Jamie does not tell Jassy that he is taking her to the New World; and Jassy longs for the security of Jamie's beautiful manor in England. She does not love Jamie; she is not even sure she likes him. But she is honest and tells him she is marrying him so she will not starve. Can she love a man she hates? Can she forget the fair Robert? Can Jamie love the tavern wench who wants only his wealth? So begins an adventure that is so well told and so well done, I will read it again and again.
Heather Graham's writing is just superb. Her portrait of early America is wonderful.Read more ›
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So this is how they did it in 1989. Lots of forced sex, then lots of angry sex, finally a little bit of tender sex, then more angry sex (that seems to be the only way Jamie knows,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by L. Busch
A lot of aggressive, and not always welcome sex. A couple sappy lines but mostly a fun and engaging read.Published 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
The chemistry was lacking. I didn't really think any of the characters were even likable. The story was shallow.Published 22 months ago by classielynn
Very good passionate love story from a time long ago. This book kept my full attention from beginning to end.Published on February 22, 2014 by Terri Hellem
This book is the opening of the series CAMERON'S SAGA: NORTH AMERICAN WOMAN TRILOGY. And this series is the prequel to CAMERON'S SAGA: CIVIL WAR TRILOGY (also 3 books). Read morePublished on September 7, 2013 by JJares
My favorite couple by far!!!! And the story was wonderful. I loved how Jamie just feel completely in love with Jassy!!!Published on March 4, 2013 by Gina Vaughn
I don't get why people think Jassy was a brat or that Jamie was a total SOB. Jassy was terrified of the New World as well as what she perceived as Jamie's indifference towards her. Read morePublished on September 29, 2012 by Pillow Play Parties