Another good read I thought. I liked the way the author didn't just use Lakota culture as a stereotypical gimmick, but really tried to make it as "real" as fiction can be.
A mixed-blood Lakota Sioux, Zane Lone Bull spent long years fighting--on a distant foreign battlefield and in his own country--and has vowed to fight no more. Now a tragic crime has brought Michelle Benedict into his life. A beautiful woman seeking the truth, it is her courage and indomitable spirit that rekindle the lost fire in Zane's heart--drawing them into a decades-old mystery of a lost boy, a dark place, and a daring passion. For in the beautiful, terrible secrets of a shrouded past, another love holds the key to their destiny together--and to a promise of devotion, desire and honor that must stand for all time.
A mixed-blood Lakota Sioux learns to believe...in the gift of family, the grace of healing, and the triumph of love.
I really liked this book, but Kathleen Eagle is one of my favorite writersso I might be a little biased.