Kindle Edition ☆ Savage Possession PDF/EPUB Ú

Kindle Edition ☆ Savage Possession PDF/EPUB Ú

Savage Possession [Download] ➻ Savage Possession ➼ Margaret Tanner – A sweeping tale of love’s triumph over tragedy and treachery in frontier AustraliaA mistaken identity opens the door for Martin Mulvaney to take his revenge on the granddaughter of his mortal enemy A sweeping tale of love’s triumph over tragedy and treachery in frontier AustraliaA mistaken identity opens the door for Martin Mulvaney to take his revenge on the granddaughter of his mortal enemy An old Scottish feud a love that should never have happened and a series of extraordinary coincidences traps two lovers in a family feud that threatens to destroy their love if not their lives.

7 thoughts on “Savage Possession

  1. Alanna Jenkins Alanna Jenkins says:

    Savage Possession starts with Elizabeth Campbell trying to save her twin brother Alastair from the law by appealing to the better nature of her family’s mortal enemy Martin Mulvaney However she gets lost on the way to his house and manages to obtain a bump on the head and amnesia; when she shows up on his front door she has no memory of who she is or why she is there Martin takes her in and looks after her but is very lustful and ends up getting her pregnant They marry and shortly after Elizabeth regains her memory leaving her to deal with the fact that she is married to the man who ruined her family A series of obstacles and misunderstandings then ensue pushing the already teetering couple to breaking point in an attempt to make a good marriage out of a bad situationI’ll admit from the outset that the plot wasn’t what I was expecting The circumstances that bought Elizabeth and Martin together where much atypical than I was anticipating and the general tone of their marriage was tumultuous than in most romance novels I read I’m not sure that I enjoyed the stressed tones and harsh plot; at points I felt a little uncomfortable on behalf of Elizabeth and I don’t like reading books that leave me feeling unsure and uncomfortable I was also very confused about the time period – at times it felt as though I was reading a medieval Highland romance rather than something set in colonial Australia Apart from a few mentions of local towns there were no real reference points for the characters’ surroundings or their time periodMartin was a very disturbing character to read; he starts out as a man concerned with drinking and spending as much money as he can with the local prostitutes than with being anything close to an upstanding member of society he is completely hellbent on scoring revenge against the Campbell family and holding on to his bitterness surrounding past events between the two families Throughout the novel these elements of his character come to the forefront and disturb the relationship he is working towards building with Elizabeth I understand that a lot of romantic male leads are troubled in some way or another but Martin seemed very extreme These extremities working their way into the finale of the story left me feeling very unsure about how the book ended – I came away from the book still feeling sorry for Elizabeth on some level rather than feeling like I’d enjoyed a great story with a happy endingI definitely wouldn’t say that I hated the book or that I didn’t get some enjoyment out of it but there were a lot of elements that I was unsure about and I don’t feel entirely happy with the conclusion for the two main protagonists It wasn’t what I expected from a romance novels based on what I normally read but I’m sure there’s definitely a market of readers out there for this kind of stronger in your face romance story

  2. Reader Reader says:

    IT'S NOT HEARTS AND FLOWERSWhen Elizabeth Campbell's twin brother Alistair is caught trying to steal a horse He is prepared to run and hide out from the law But Beth refuses to allow him to go and find trouble She insists she will go and talk to Martin Mulvaney the owner of the horse and reason with him But Martin Mulvaney and the Campbell's have never got along in fact they detest one another But during the journey Beth is thrown from her horse and is captured by gypsies Eventually escaping she lands on Martins doorstep The knock to her head has caused her to suffer from amnesia she has no memory at all not even her own name Martin is dumbfounded as to where this delicate beauty has come from He assumes she is a runaway from the local brothel Set in the 1870's in Australia this is a love story but it has no romance Martin is a crude rough and bad tempered man who cares little for others wishes or feelings Beth is a rather naive girl especially living in such harsh and unforgiving times Martin is surprised when he discovers Beth is a virgin and then she gets pregnant so he reluctantly marries her His uncle has recognised her and has to persuade Martin to do the honerable thing But what will happen when Beth regains her memory This is a story that I did enjoy but I do appreciate it might not be to everyone's taste It did at times make me laugh while at others grit my teeth Martin is not everyone's idea of a romantic hero At times I wondered how Beth tolerated his behaviour

  3. Juliet Waldron Juliet Waldron says:

    This is a real historical with the added of romance It's rough and tough and sometimes terrifying which is occasionally how sex is depicted This novel is a romance in the purest old time sense of the world vulnerible innocent heroine lost and in danger threatenedtempted by dangerous men and all in some wild uncivilized place In this case for a change it's Australia during the 1860's with it's HatfieldMcCoy rivalries and code

  4. Bob Rich Bob Rich says:

    If you want a rip roaring adventure with plot twists than a dodgem car ride you can’t go past Margaret Tanner’s “Savage Possession” although I find the title misleading There is plenty of savagery but in fact the relationship between hero and heroine is not one of possessionThey come from families that hate each other both with cause They are thrown together after Beth escapes captivity but suffers amnesia after a knock on the head She and Martin her rescuer fall in love until her memory returns and with it so does hate and distrustSet in the second half of the 19th Century in Australia this is a story of how misunderstandings and lies twist lives of the effects of childhood trauma and of the triumph of the human spirit

  5. Sandra Newton Sandra Newton says:

    Amazing readI wish I could give this review than five stars This story has it all jealously violence family fued mystery sex and love This is a setting on the edge of your seat story A friend said that this author had a wonderful imagination and wow she was right I can definitely recommend this story to any body who loves adventure drama and happly ever after I recommend not only this book but all titles by Margaret Tanner🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

  6. Leanne ~ Tales From The Heart Leanne ~ Tales From The Heart says:

    uite an adventure this story was I'm from Melbourne myself and just loved the history involved in this tale It wasn't a sweet romance at times I wanted to slap that brute of a man It was such a hard life at that point in history men were cruder and women were possessions I was waiting for that connection that would heal him and open his eyes to the love he had in front of him Such a page turner I was glued to my kindle desperate to read what would happen next Well done Margaret I look forward to reading of your books

  7. Debbie "Buried in Her TBR Pile" Debbie "Buried in Her TBR Pile" says:

    Still thinking about my review on this one Definitely not for everyone Ok still thinking about it a little trainwrecky TF ery and a smart at times h yet TSTL for the most part This book gives the impression that all guys think about iswell maybe anyway I might have to read again may get a different perspective on a 2nd reading Maybe 2 stars

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