This Fierce Loving

This Fierce Loving With his father a captive in the hands of white settlers a Delaware war chief abducts Rebecca the beautiful bride of his most hated enemy to ensure his father s release only to find himself unwill

  • Title: This Fierce Loving
  • Author: Judith E. French
  • ISBN: 9780380777044
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • With his father a captive in the hands of white settlers, a Delaware war chief abducts Rebecca, the beautiful bride of his most hated enemy, to ensure his father s release, only to find himself unwillingly drawn to his hostage.

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    About “Judith E. French

    • Judith E. French

      Judith E French is the award winning author of over thirty novels Her recent contemporary suspenses received rave reviews from critics and readers alike She is sold world wide and her books are translated to than a dozen languages Judith lives with her husband and assorted dogs and cats in a restored 18th century farmhouse in rural Delaware She is descended from early Scottish and English settlers who came to Maryland s Eastern Shore in the 17th century and from Native Lenni Lenape Indians Oral storytelling has been a strong tradition in her family for generations.

    208 thoughts on “This Fierce Loving


    • This Fierce Loving by Judith E. FrenchA touching story…(view spoiler)[it did end Happily Ever After. (hide spoiler)]The description of the book I am listing below is from the back jacket of the book. I'm adding it because I believe the one on the page does not depict this story. The white man's cruelties have hardened the heart of Fire Talon. And now his honored father is in their hands, forcing the handsome Delaware war chief to take a captive of his own. She is called Rebecca, the beautiful [...]


    • A story of love and sadness. I loved the love story.The lovers' actions, bravery, falling for each other and being together was fabulous, but the book was too depressing and made me sad. It took place in a setting where white men tortured and killed Indians. Rebecca's husband was evil to the Indians and was abusive to her. There was much sadness throughout the book. Even though it had a happy ending, I felt sad at the end. I guess I prefer romance novels that don't leave me with tears.



    • 3.5 stars Romances I read in the 90s*ratings based on the standards for the 90s and I still enjoyed it!



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