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Wild Abandon: The Wild Series #7

Cassie Edwards

ISBN 9781420136760
Publish Date 1/30/2018
Format Paperback
Categories Historical, Zebra
List Price: $7.99
Upcoming January 30, 2018

“A shining talent!” —T Book Reviews

Never let go, never give up . . .

The tragedy of the Civil War had forced Lauralee Johnston into an orphanage, and years passed before she was finally reunited with her beloved father and heard his dying wish. But for sheltered Lauralee, placing her trust in a Cherokee brave was almost too much to ask. Unfamiliar with Cherokee customs and especially Joe Dancing Cloud’s powerful, exotic presence, she gradually learned to trust in his gentle strength, especially when it came to exploring the passion they shared. But once they claimed each other’s hearts, the world around them denounced their love. Against fear and prejudice, the two lovers will have to fight for their destiny . . .

Praise for Cassie Edwards

“A sensitive storyteller who always touches readers’ hearts.” —RT Book Reviews

“Cassie Edwards captivates with white hot adventure and romance.” —Karen Harper

“Edwards moves readers with love and compassion.” —Bell, Book & Candle

About Cassie Edwards:

Cassie Edwards began writing romances in 1982 and went on to sell more than 10 million copies of over 100 novels, featuring the peoples and customs of different Native American tribes. As a winner of the RT Book Reviews Lifetime Achievement Award and Reviewer’s Choice Award, and one of the writers who helped to establish the popularity of the historical romance genre, she will be deeply missed.

As a child, romance writer Cassie Edwards dreamed of either being a secretary or an English teacher. After she learned how to play a violin at age eight, she even began dreaming of becoming a famous concert violinist. The one thing she never aspired to was being a writer, although as a child she devoured books as if they were delicious candies. It all happened so suddenly though, next thing she knew, her first Indian romance, Savage Obsession, won the Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award, and to this day, she still can't believe that seventy-eight of her historical romances have been published. Forty-one of those books are American Indian romances. Cassie is endeavoring to write about every major tribe in America.

Cassie says that she truly loves researching the varied tribes that she writes about. She enjoys discovering interesting customs that she can use in her next book; always making sure the information that she uses is authentic. Cassie recently discovered why she has such as endearing love for Native Americans. Her father told her that his grandmother, was a full-blood Cheyenne, which makes Cassie proud to say that she is, in part, Cheyenne, herself.

Cassie has much to be happy about. She continues to write her Indian romances, which garnered her the Lifetime Achievement Award from Romantic Times, and she returned to Mattoon, Illinois, her hometown, eleven years ago after being gone for thirty years. Cassie and her home were featured in the August '98 issue of Romantic Times. Brian and Charles, Cassie's two sons, are her true proudest achievements in life, but the apple of her eye, as any grandmother will admit, is her grandson David, who is a freshman in College.


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