Besides the initial "Don't underestimate me because I am a woman" theme, this is an intriguing and satisfying read.

Nathan Murdock has a mystery on his hands. Something is endangering the population of an eyrie of peregrine falcons, which places an important research project in jeopardy.

Luckily a replacement for his out of commission photographer has been secured. But instead of the Pulitzer prize-winning Andrew Peterson, Nathan finds that the man's petite, sexy daughter has come in his stead. Andy Peterson has been fighting her fathers reputation all her life. Tired of living in her fathers shadow and being looked down upon because she is a woman, Andy plans on showing the arrogant professor that she is perfectly capable of holding her own.

Despite the sparks that fly, danger and mystery help throw them together and their passion ignites. (May, 154 pp., dl $3.50, dk $5.50)

Reviewed by: 
April Redmon