- Mass Market Paperback: 636 pages
- Publisher: Avon; 37th Printing edition (1974)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0380179881
- ISBN-13: 978-0380179886
- Product Dimensions: 7.1 x 3.9 x 1.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,773,574 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Sweet Savage Love Mass Market Paperback – 1974
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I must admit, I hate romance novels with bad hero/heroines and after reading the reviews here, I almost passed on it. Well let me tell you, I am glad I tried it. Up most, what you gotta keep in mind is, this can NOT be considered a "romance" book.. you'll HATE it if you start this book thinking that. You must have an open mind, know that in this book you'll see the heroine abused horribly again, and again... raped, kidnapped, horrible hero who cheats EVERY other day ( I swear ), and the heroine puts up with it. This makes it worse, where was the heroine's pride? Yep, your typical 70s book. I remember one scene, SPOILER HERE :
After the hero kidnaps the heroine, he takes her to a whore house to hide her, he then goes to another room to shower and to have sex with one of the girls and the heroine is right next door, he then comes in the room see's she's been crying, asleep... he thinks about having sex with her too, right after having sex with a whore... that pissed me off! LOL, yes, horrible hero, and there were many, many scenes like this here, he was a male slut!
There are so many reviews here so read those for plots I wont go into that... You will enjoy this dark "fiction" novel with a dark hero and a beautiful heroine who will do anything and put up with anything for her love for this undeserving hero ( imho ). That part drove me nuts...
Nevertheless, this book deserves 5 stars because I was thoroughly entertained, I seriously could NOT put this hateful, woman degrading novel down, I became addicted to this epic novel mid way.Read more ›
Ginny Brandon was the French convent-raised daughter of an ambitious US Senator from California who didn't mind putting his wife and daughter at risk to smuggle gold into Mexico to support the French military working for Maximilian. On a wagon train from San Antonio to California, Ginny and her stepmother will face more than the hardships and Indians of the Western plains; they will face the schemes of men who want to make sure Maximilian's French troops never see that gold. One of those men is Steve Morgan, a half-Mexican former Union Army officer who is working undercover for the US government. Morgan has few scruples and almost no morals, taking the women he wants when he wants them. Though he speaks French and lived in Paris for a time, he also lived among the Comanches and has become a fast gun, so he can take care of himself. Though Ginny, an innocent red-haired beauty, has many suitors, she is drawn to the handsome Morgan who becomes the scout for her father's wagon train.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Rosemary Rogers is my all time favorite author for historical romance. I love series of books on Ginny and Steve Morgan. the first on that series i have read 5 times over again. Read morePublished 1 month ago by GERALDINE C.
I read this book when it was first published -- still as good a read as ever. Hopefully, author will authorize remainder of series to be available as e-books.Published 3 months ago by L. Stevens
I purchased this book simply because a young man in the real world lost years of his life in prison because a stupid girl used the rape from this book to falsely accuse him of... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joyce Vaughn
I fell in love with the book and its sequels years ago. I purchased it again just to have the pleasure of reading it again!Published 3 months ago by Gloria Schmidt
Exciting sexy without being vulgar...love Rosemary Rogers! This book has a follow up alsoPublished 4 months ago by J. Clemens