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THE LAST WARRIOR
by Kylie Brant

Genre: Series, Silhouette Intimate Moments, Previously Published Series Imprints

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The Navajo Tribal Council hires photojournalist Delaney Carson to do a book, even though some members don't think she's right for the project, including Joe Youngblood, a tribal police officer who's deeply tied to the land and the culture. Circumstances bring the two together, and while they're not sure they like each other, there's an instant attraction. Both Joe and Delaney are adamant that their relationship remain casual and end when Delaney's work is finished. Can a man tied to the land and a woman who's always on the move find something lasting? With an intense hero and a tough-on-the-outside, vulnerable-on-the-inside heroine, Kylie Brant's The Last Warrior (4) presents a dynamic couple readers will immediately root for in this emotionally compelling story.

Reviewed By: Sandra Garcia-Myers

Publisher: Silhouette

Published: October 2006

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