"different cultures meld seamlessly"
Laura has had second-sight for many years. She dreams
nightly of a man (a beast?) who makes passomate love to
her, and then an old woman who calls her names and makes
her leave. She grew up on "the Rez", a part-Navajo, part-
white orphan who lived with her mysterious grandfather. Her
sole plan is to leave. Far and quickly; and when a job
beckons her in Wyoming she is off!
As a PR person for a logging company she faces 100:1 odds
from the start. Odds against her are: an odd Native
American sect, a town of very unfriendly folks, a Bronco
that will not stay running and possibly the worst; the hunk
that stops to help her when her vehicle dies - again.
Justin is much more than he seems, even though Laura is
more than willing to jump him at first sight. Their lives
intertwine on many levels and Justin makes it all too clear
they can never be anything but bed partners, nothing
This story was great! I read it in a day and enjoyed every
word. The author makes all the different cultures meld
seamlessly and is spot on with Navajo beliefs. An excellent
Reviewed by Nancy Eriksen
Posted December 3, 2010