"Best-selling and award-winning author Kathleen Eagle provides readers with an exciting ethnic romance . . . a classy reading experience." -- Harriet Klausner, AllReaders.com "You always can tell that a Kathleen Eagle book is going to be an enjoyable, intelligent read." -- The Romance Reader "Kathleen Eagle never fails to enthrall." The Best Reviews She tracks him until he catches her . . . Some say Native American activist Kole Kills Crow is an outlaw; others say he s a hero. To reporter Heather Reardon, he s a must-have story. Her friend Savannah, who s married to Kole s half-brother, Clay, can vouch that Kole won t hurt Heather, even though a brush with the law has turned him into a fugitive. When Heather locates Kole in an isolated Minnesota cabin, she quickly learns that he s a loner with no interest in sharing his side of the story with the world. Yet neither Kole nor Heather can resist the attraction that complicates their relationship, along with Heather s persuasive arguments. Years ago Kole gave up a daughter for adoption because he couldn t raise her on the run. His daughter is now seven and deserves to know what kind of man her father really is. Kathleen Eagle expertly mingles passion, suspense and Native American political issues into an unforgettable story of love and healing. Kathleen Eagle retired from a seventeen-year teaching career on a North Dakota Indian reservation to become a full-time novelist. The Lakota Sioux heritage of her husband and their three children has inspired many of her stories. Among her honors, she has received a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times, the Midwest Fiction Writer of the Year Award, and Romance Writers of America's prestigious RITA Award. Visit her at www.kathleeneagle.com.