Eight years ago Laura Kincaid left a loveless marriage with nowhere to turn. Pregnant and alone, she became a nurse while raising her little boy. Life is good again until the unthinkable happens. One minute her son is at a local Navajo powwow; the next he has disappeared into the unforgiving Arizona canyons. The only person who can help is the last man she ever thought she'd see again, Kaine Cloudwalker--the husband she left, who doesn't even know that he fathered a child. With supernatural forces acting as both ally and enemy, the pair must battle the power of nature and the ghosts of the past to save their son. Sinclair pens a heartwarming, inspirational story of forgiveness, acquired wisdom, and the importance of embracing one's heritage. The Navajo spirit is beautifully rendered here, shining brightest in Laura and Kaine's reawakening love. For readers looking for paranormals without the bloodshed of action romance, this is a must-read. Nina DavisCopyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved
About the Author
Elizabeth Sinclair is a writer and a teacher, traveling to conferences or teaching writing workshops around the country.