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by Diana Palmer

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense

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Anthropologist Phoebe Keller, a
curator at a small Native American
museum in North Carolina, is reunited with FBI agent Jeremiah Cortez when
he comes to town to solve a case.

Cortez, who painfully cut ties with Phoebe three years ago, wreaks
havoc on her quiet life, despite
her vow to never get involved
with him again.

Palmer does a wonderful job
highlighting the perspectives of the Comanche and Cherokee peoples. But the dialogue between characters does not always read naturally, and excessive backstory slows the narrative in spots. Still, the Native American cultural traditions and the protagonists' romantic complications draw the reader in. (Jul., 304 pp., $16.95)

Reviewed By: Marilyn Weigel

Publisher: HQN

Published: July 2005

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