I always love a romance where the heroine is a strong woman. Moira Shaughnessy is both strong and capable. Moira made the mistake of marrying a man who disregarded the part in his marriage vows about faithfulness. With a divorce set in motion, she has no idea that her spiteful ex will use his Native American magic against her, so it is a good thing that she bumps into her first love Tim O’Malley, a doctor and a druid. The secrets Tim was forced to keep from Moira regarding his druid heritage were what made it impossible for them to go forward the first time around; but this time, Tim’s abilities will be all that stands between Moira and her ex who would sooner see her dead than happy with another man.
This is a novella so the back-story of Moira and Tim’s past is essential because the foundation of their relationship is already laid. Moira’s ranger skills shows that she is no damsel in distress but is a true equal to Tim. The back drop of the wilderness and her job as a ranger really gives a realistic and exciting setting to the novel. This novel is well written and gripping.
Fleeing from her cheating husband, Moira Shaughnessy stumbles across a man she never wanted to see again. A brutal storm and deadly magic open her eyes to the power of the love between them.
A ranger for the U.S. Park Service, strong, competent Moira Shaughnessy is in serious trouble. Fleeing from her cheating husband, a Native American shaman, she stumbles into the arms of a man she never thought she’d see again. He hurt her once by choosing his druid heritage over her. Can she take a chance on him now?
Pursuing very different motives, both men follow her deep into the backcountry. Moira is caught in the crossfire between Celtic magic and Native American shamanism. A freak blizzard compounds her problems, taxing her survival skills to the max. Against the specter of almost-certain death, the sweetest, purest love she’s ever known rises to the fore, engulfing her in unbelievable passion.