She is Anglo; he is Comanche. She is an archaeologist. He equates archaeology with grave robbing. Despite their differences, Phoebe Margaret Keller and Jeremiah Cortez know they've found their soul mates. That is, until Jeremiah goes away and gets married. Three years later, a still-bitter Phoebe is a museum curator on the Cherokee reservation in Chenocetah, North Carolina. A person claiming to be a professor claims he has found a Neanderthal in the caves near a new development. When the man is murdered, Jeremiah, now a widower and member of the FBI's Indian Country Crime Unit, is sent to investigate. It's obvious Phoebe and Jeremiah are still in love, but she is no hurry to forgive him. Before long, however, Phoebe becomes a target of the murderer, and there's no way Jeremiah is going to leave her again. Sensual and suspenseful, this romance is also loaded with information about Cherokee culture, and it debunks many Native American stereotypes. The ever-popular and prolific Palmer has penned another sure hit. Shelley MosleyCopyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved
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"Sensual and suspenseful... The ever-popular and prolific Palmer has penned another sure hit." - Booklist "...romantic complications draw the reader in." - Romantic Times"
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