Book Review

by Sharon Sala

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

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In Rider on Fire (2) by Sharon Sala, DEA agent Sonora Jordan has to take a leave of absence and is guided by strange visions to a place in Oklahoma where she meets the father she never knew she had. Adam Two Eagles performed the searching ritual for his friend Franklin Blue Cat, and when Sonora arrives he knows immediately she's the one. Adam and Sonora's attraction is instant and mutual. Sonora's new happiness is threatened when the danger stalking her follows her there. Because this story relies on character and not plot to drive it, as most romances do, the lack of depth of the hero, combined with a slow-paced story, makes this tale feel empty.

Reviewed By: Kari Thomas

Publisher: Silhouette

Published: October 2005

Reader Rating

4 Stars

Average Rating: 4 Stars
(1 ratings)

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Rider on Fire

Submitted by Robin in PA on December 19, 2010 - 1:44pm.

A Drug Kingpin has put a contract out on Undercover DEA Agent Sonora Jordan. She had to get out of down quickly. So she jumped on her harley and just rode for parts unknown. Haunting dreams led her to Oklahoma where she comes face to face with the man in her dreams. Adam Two Eagle was just as shocked as she was when they met while pumping gas. He is a tribal healer who had appealed to the "old ones" to send his dying friend's daughter to him. Now he has to introduce Sonora to her father, and try to keep her safe from the drug cartel.

I enjoyed this book. It's a good story with lots of Indian mysticism. Adam and Sonora are both likeable characters along with her father, Artist Franklin Blue Cat. You also get the point-of-view of the villain as he hunts down Sonora. My rating: 4 Stars.