Haunted by tragedy, FBI profiler Rife St. Cloud is driven to find the person who brutally attacked six women. Unfortunately the only survivor, Keva Moon Water, has no memory of what happened, and the evidence makes her the prime suspect.
Keva has waited a thousand years to be reunited with the man she loves, whose soul sleeps within Rife. The only way to convince him she’s innocent of the murders is to awaken Rife’s memories of their love affair that started a war and bound their souls together for all eternity.
But when Keva’s own memories come trickling back, she realizes that a future with Rife depends upon confronting the mistakes of the distant past…
“This story took some unexpected turns (and features a great bad guy…I’m all about the bad guy!) that kept ME turning the pages.” ~ JB Lynn, author of The First Victim
“The hero is determined and has an edge to him which makes for great tension when he’s up against a formidable heroine. Well worth the read!” ~ Adrienne Giordano, author of Man Law
“This story was built with a strong Native American background and well-formed characters. Even the bad guy you love to hate. This was an awesome read and a great book to recommend.” ~ Melissa, WereVampsRomance.com
Misty Evans writes the Super Agent, Witches Anonymous and Lost Worlds series. Her debut novel, Operation Sheba, won a CataNetwork Reviewers’ Choice Award, a CAPA nomination, and the New England Reader’s Choice Bean Pot Award for Best Romantic Suspense. Operation Sheba was the number one Kindle Romantic Suspense book and a Top 10 Kindle bestseller for over a month in 2010.
Misty likes her coffee black, her conspiracy stories juicy, and her wicked characters dressed in couture. Learn more about her at her website where you can also “like” her author page on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.
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