Walker is less than thrilled to be searching for his birth mother. As far as he's concerned, any mother who lets her children believe she's dead might as well be. It's only to satisfy his sister Charlotte that he's come to this godforsaken reservation to get the whole story. One look at the woman his mother raised instead of her own children causes mixed feelings—sadness and anger, but also overwhelming attraction. Sheri Whitefeather's Betrayed Birthright (3) gets off to a very slow start and is filled with stilted dialogue. It's yet another installment of the Ashton Dynasty series that begins with a flashback prologue, a device that's become tired.
Reviewed by: 
Angela Keck