The search for a woman who disappeared in 1906 draws anthropologist Erin Dawson to Cedar Canyon, where red mesas keep Navajo traditions and criminal evidence hidden. Her quest leads her to tribal policeman Adam Silverhorn and a dangerous drug cartel. Can they overcome the criminals and live long enough to tell each other how they feel?
The search for a woman who disappeared in 1906 has lead cultural anthropologist Erin Dawson to Cedar Canyon, where the iconic terrain of red rock walls and mesas keep Navajo traditionsand maybe criminal evidencewell hidden. When Erins search leads her to cross paths with tribal policeman Adam Silverhorn, its hardly love at first sight. But everywhere she turns, Adam is already there.
Fighting their feelings for each other, the two are suddenly thrust into a battle far more dangerousa common quest to rout an insidious drug cartel that has spawned the recent rise in gang violence on the reservation. Adams position of authority gives Erin a rare glimpse into Navajo life few outsiders like her ever seeand into a crime ring that no one dares to imagine. As danger mounts, Adam and Erin begin to wonder if they will live to tell how they really feel.
Lisa Carter is the author of Carolina Reckoning, Beneath a Navajo Moon, Under a Turquoise Sky, and Aloha Rose. She and her husband have two daughters and make their home in Raleigh, North Carolina. A member of ACFW, RWA, and Sisters in Crime, when she isnt writing, Lisa enjoys traveling, quilting, and researching her next romantic adventure. Visit her online at LisaCarterAuthor.com.