Book three in the Montana Marriages series is full of romance, mystery, laughter and even some suspense. Connealy brings back characters from previous books and introduces new ones. The attention to detail is never heavy-handed and keeps the reader focused.

Glowing Sun is a white woman who was raised by the Flathead tribe after her family was murdered. When their village is attacked, she is the only survivor. Wade Sawyer offers Glowing Sun the protection of his ranch. She starts to remember things, including her name, Abby Lind. They soon realize the people responsible for the massacre are after her to make sure she will not identify them, and they both wonder if they will live to have a future together. (BARBOUR, May, 320 pp., $12.99)
Reviewed by: 
Patsy Glans