Tender Ecstasy

  • Title: Tender Ecstasy
  • Author: Janelle Taylor
  • ISBN: 9780821735008
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tender Ecstasy Bright Arrow a halfbreed Sioux slaughters the members of a wagon train but spares Rebecca Kenny the beautiful white woman who has captured his heart
    Bright Arrow, a halfbreed Sioux, slaughters the members of a wagon train, but spares Rebecca Kenny, the beautiful white woman who has captured his heart.

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      Published :2019-07-05T12:01:53+00:00

    About Janelle Taylor


    1. The legendary Janelle Taylor was born on June 28, 1944 in Athens, GA In 1965, she married Michael Taylor with whom she had two children, Angela Taylor MacIntyre and Alisha Taylor Thurmond Ms Taylor attended the Medical College of Georgia from 1977 to 1979 and Augusta State University from 1980 1981 She withdrew from the latter after she sold her first two novels Today, she is the author of thirty nine novels, three novellas, and many contributions to other collections There are thirty nine million copies of her works in print worldwide and she has made The New York Times Bestseller List eight times Ms Taylor s works have also been featured ten times on the 1 million bestseller s list at Publisher s Weekly.Some of Ms Taylor s most recent books include By Candlelight, Someday Soon, Lakota Dawn, and Lakota Winds due out in paperback in May 1999 She has also made contributions to other books including The Leukemia Society Cookbook, Christmas Rendezvous, and Summer Love In addition, readers can see her as co host of the QVC TV Romance Book Club Show.Ms Taylor s interests include collecting spoons, coins from around the world, ship models, dolls, and old books She loves to fish, ride horses, play chess, target shoot, travel especially in her motorhome and out West , hunt for Indian relics, and take long walks with her husband Reading, in particular books set before 1900 and current Biographies, Thrillers, Horror, or Fantasy novels, is also one of Ms Taylor s favorite activities She is also extremely active with charity work and was even featured on the cover of Diabetes Forecast in February of 1998.She lives in the country on seventy nine acres of woods and pasture with a lake and a catfish pond She writes her novels in a Spanish cottage which overlooks a five acre lake, a working water mill, gazebo, and covered bridge.


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    1. This review is of “Tender Ecstasy”, book #5 in the “Ecstasy/Gray Eagle” series by Janelle Taylor.The Story: After the prologue provides a backstory, we move into the main story. “Tender Ecstasy” begins approximately 14 years after “Bittersweet Ecstasy” ended. Bright Arrow, son of Alisha Williams/Princess Shalee and Gray Eagle, who was introduced in the prior book as a child, is now an adult and the hero of this book. While on a raid, Bright Arrow and his braves rescue Rebecca Ken [...]

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    2. Kinda boring compared to the first four books in the series. There's over a decade of time passed since the last book and the book is supposed to be about Gray Eagle and Shalee/Alisha's 18 year old son, Bright Arrow. He's hot, has mucho prowess and all that. While him and his homies are raiding a wagon train and almost everyone, he meets Rebecca. Their feelings for each other are pretty deep from the beginning, although he does a couple hurtful things to her in the beginning for the benefit of s [...]

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    3. This is the second time around for this book. I read this book the first time back in 1983 when it was first release. I loved it. I re-read and enjoyed again. Bright Arrow rescues Rebecca Kenny from being raped, but in turn, makes her his slave. A catch 22. He will fight another Indian over her to the death because the brave wants her to. He does not let on that he can speak or understand English, which makes it very interesting. They seem to fall in love but do not admit it even to themselves. [...]

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    4. Fair, interesting look at a romance between an Indian and a white girl. Some unrealistic elements, such as a rape the girl enjoys; and too much dialogue but an intriguing romance nonetheless. I wish there had been a sequel.

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