When Aaron Trueno married to keep his Native American bloodlines pure, he left behind angry ex-lover Talia Gibson, even though he loved her. Aaron's marriage didn't work out, and five years later, he and Talia are co-workers, battling each other and the chemistry that still flares between them. After an investigation throws them undercover as husband and wife, the two enter a real Marriage of Revenge (2). Sheri WhiteFeather's protagonists are too antagonistic and the plot too uneven for comfortable reading. This is a confusing and angry installment of the Trueno Brides series.
Reviewed by: 
Pat Cooper