Sweet Savage Love

Sweet Savage Love

by Rosemary Rogers

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Overview

Passionate! Tumultuous! Inevitable!

A tale of human emotion that lays bare the heights and depths of love, passion and desire in old and new worlds... as we follow Virginia Brandon, beautiful, impudent and innocent, from the glittering ballrooms of Paris to the sensuality of life in New Orleans to the splendor of intrigue–filled Mexico.

A tale of unending passion, never to be forgotten ...the story of Virginia's love for Steven Morgan, a love so powerful that she will risk anything for him... even her life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781460364284
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 07/15/2014
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 400
Sales rank: 95,025
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Bestselling author Rosemary Rogers, dubbed "The Queen of Historical Romance" by the New York Times Book Review, was born into a wealthy family in the colonial splendor of Ceylon, now Sri Lanka. Prone to daydreams and fantasies since childhood, she wrote her first novel at the age of eight, and throughout her teens penned passionately romantic epics in the style of her favourite writers.

Rosemary began her writing career while working full-time as a secretary for the California Parks Department. A divorced mother of four, Rosemary was struggling to raise her children on a meager secretary's salary. During lunch hours and late at night after the children had fallen asleep, Rosemary put pen to paper, capturing the steamy romantic fantasy that played itself out so vividly in her imagination.

A stickler for detail, Rosemary rewrote her first manuscript 23 times, toiling over the historical accuracies. Until the day her teenage daughter found the manuscript in a drawer, and encouraged her mother to send her novel off to a publishing house.

The hours of revision paid off when the unsolicited, unagented manuscript was accepted immediately for publication. That novel, Sweet Savage Love, skyrocketed to the top of bestseller lists, and became one of the most popular historical romances of all time. Throughout her career, Rosemary has written over 16 novels, sold millions upon millions of copies worldwide, and her novels have been translated into 11 languages. Rosemary makes her home in Connecticut.

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