Shadow of the Wolf (Native, Bk 1) (Harlequin Intrigue, No 217)
Shadow of the Wolf - Native, Bk 1 - Harlequin Intrigue, No 217 Author:Aimee Thurlo She was lost in her own hometown. — Ramona was an outcast from the moment she came back. the cold stares and slammed doors of the San Esteban Pueblo were cruel reminders that her Indian blood meant little to the Tewa people. To them, she was her father's daughter, and her father was a traitor. — Michael Wolf, too, knew life on the fringe, ever... more » since his father died in disgrace. Now, steeped in tribal law and ancient rites, Michael was a modern day warrior, intent on exposing the truth about his own family.
Together, Michael and Ramona stirred the ashes of a trail long grown cold and the embers of a love that had no right to be.
Bound by duty and chained to their heritage, they fought to regain what was rightfully theirs. But when the desert sand yielded its secret, they were caught in the middle as two cultures fatally collided.« less
The name Thurlo is associated with books dealing with American Indian lore and this one does not disappoint. The romance is good, the plot is good, and the setting is excellent. I highly recommend it to romance lovers and readers of American Indian stories, such as written by Hillerman or Doss.