DEA undercover agent Sonora Jordan was having flashes she didn't understand.
Adam Two Eagles calls upon the "Old Ones" to help Franklin Blue Cat to locate his child.
Wonderful mysticism runs throughout the book.
Poor Sonora turns out to be of the "alley cat" mentality with her many men.
Adam Two Eagles had left the Kiamichi Mountains to take up the white mans ways. He ended up joining the Army, becoming one of their elite - an Army Ranger. Eventually he returned to Oklahoma and his Kiowa roots becoming a healer.
Sonora Jordan took out a brother of the Cartel leader, now Miguel Garcia is on her trail. On boy, does he start trouble.
Jordan's boss, Gerald Mynton tells her to get lost until they can catch Garcia. She hops on her Harley and buzzes out of town.
She follows her sense of guidance that she can't explain even to herself. Things get complicated when she meets up with Adam. She even runs into a couple of good storms and a neat cat. And saves Franklin Blue Cats life.
There is a lot more to the good plot if only she weren't such a . . . . .
Excellent Tale with the Native American mysticism coloring it.
Would love to see a painting of the "Old Ones".
Sala was one of my favorite authors but this book wasn't one of her best. Not much character depth and the love scenes left a lot to be desired. She wasn't able to draw me into the characters' lives so I just didn't care.
A Drug Kingpin has put a contract out on Undercover DEA Agent Sonora Jordan. She had to get out of town quickly. So she jumped on her harley and just rode for parts unknown. Haunting dreams led her to Oklahoma where she comes face to face with the man in her dreams. Adam Two Eagle was just as shocked as she was when they met while pumping gas. He is a tribal healer who had appealed to the "old ones" to send his dying friend's daughter to him. Now he has to introduce Sonora to her father, and try to keep her safe from the drug cartel.
I enjoyed this book. It's a good story with lots of Indian mysticism. Adam and Sonora are both likeable characters along with her father, Artist Franklin Blue Cat. You also get the point-of-view of the villain as he hunts down Sonora. My rating: 4 Stars.
A good, quick read by Sharon Sala. Not as involved as her full-length novels, but all the typical Sala trademarks are there in her writing. Beautiful artwork on cover, too!
Like a bat out of hell, undercover DEA agent Sonora Jordan jumped on her motorcycle and blasted off to parts unknown, foiling the deadly drug dealers who had put a price on her head. Sonora felt compelled by a mystical force beyond her comprehension, especially the haunting dreams of a man whose place in her life she had yet to discover.
At the end of her journey, time stood still when she literally came face-to-face with the man of her dreams. Could she ignore the dangerous life she had left behind, the secret heritage she had yet to revealand the irresistible urges of her own long-dormant heart?
Like a bat out of hell, undercover DEA agent Sonora Jordon jumped on her motorscycle and took off for parts unknown, foiling the drug dealers who had put a price on her head. Sonora didn't know what made her do this. But she wondered if it had something to do with the haunting dreams of a man whose place in her life she had yet to discover.
Undercover DEA agent Sonora Jordan jumped on her motorcycle and went to parts unknown, foiling the deadly drug dealers who had put a price on her head.
Loved this book easy to stay iterested in all the way thru.