Lusa is a strong willed and beautiful half breed. She is torn between the traditional Choctaw ways and the new white man ways. She will do anything to protect her brother who has been convicted of murder and is on the run. Talako is a strong willed lighthorseman (Indian lawman) bound by honor and duty to track down Lusa's brother to be sure he is executed for his crime. Talako has had a sad past and has learned not to trust woman. He has reason not to trust Lusa; but, is helpless to fight against his growing passion/desire for Lusa. Together they end up tracking Lusa's brother (Talako to bring him back for justice; Lusa to do whatever it takes to prove his innocence or save him from certain execution). This story is a battle of wills between Talako and Lusa on every page. It is about the struggle between Talako's honor and Lusa's loyalty to her brother. Love between them grows even in this struggle.
Torn Between Love And Duty
A warrior who values duty above all else, Talako is honor bound to recapture a runaway brave sentenced to hang for his crimes. But then he confronts the fury and determination of ebony-haired Lusa, his quarry's sister. Forced to make Lusa his captive on a perilous trek through the wilderness, he cannot deny the desire to forget his quest and lose himself in the pleasures of her lush beauty.
Trapped By Passion And Desire
Convinced Takalo is hunting an innocent man, for Lusa all that matters is saving her brother, and she'll do it any way she can. Boldly, she dares to seduce her enemy with all the passionate fire raging through her blood. The last thing she expects is her own impossible need to surrender to the exquisite torment he ignites... and to a love that could bind her heart to his forever.