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.
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Kari Thomas