"exciting second chance at love paranormal romance"
Laura Kincaid works as the head nurse at Tucson Children's
Clinic raising her eight year old son Peter by herself.
Just before Peter was born Laura walked out on her always
absent Navaho spouse Kaine Cloudwater. She was fortunate to
meet Ada Dooley who took the pregnant stranger in and gave
her and her soon to be born son a home until the elderly
woman passed away last year.
Navajo Tribal Police Lieutenant Klah informs Laura that her
son is missing somewhere in Canyon Country. Three days
later, Klah calls off the fruitless search in which no
clues have surfaced. It is as if the child vanished into
air. He tells her to ask Kaine, the best tracker in the
area, to help her. Swallowing her pride, she begs Kaine to
find Peter. Irate that she had a child with someone else
after walking out on him, he reluctantly agrees and even
acquiesces to her insistence that she accompany him. On
their journey into wilderness, they talk until she finally
tells him that he sired Peter. Outraged that she failed to
inform him before, he fears the malevolent no longer human
Skinwalkers abducted Peter though he is not sure of their
purpose, but his offspring has the healing gift that Kaine
and his male ancestors possess and they covet.
This is an exciting second chance at love paranormal
romance that grips readers from the moment Klah calls and
never slows down until the final confrontation. The action-
packed story line uses Navaho mysticism on two levels; the
evil Skinwalkers and the dreams the lead couple have had
especially transmitted from his grandfather and Changing
Woman. These elements along with the likable lead couple
enhance and refresh a delightful tale.
Reviewed by Harriet Klausner
Posted July 16, 2006
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 24, 2007