August 28th 2015 – E-book & Print Available
Luc Cordell is done with trapping. He yearns for civilization and a normal life. His only regret is leaving behind his family. But his father’s second wife is a SpiritWalker, and now, so is his father. How can Luc live with people who run with the wolves or soar across the heavens with the owls? Yet when a haunted healer with stars in her colorful eyes enters his life, he is drawn into the mystical world whether he likes it or not.
The winds of change are sweeping across the land, taking Luc and Blaze into a world of lies, deceit, and murder. Together, they search for truth and must turn to the eagles for answers.
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What Reviewers are saying about Susan Edwards & Summer of the Eagle:
“Edwards merges her admiration for Native American culture with the paranormal beliefs of the People into an interesting tale.” — Romantic Times Book Reviews
Though the romantic theme is similar in many ways to Susan Edward’s fine “White” tales, SUMMER OF THE EAGLE is a refreshing saga due to the paranormal elements and the lack of acceptance by the Sioux of the female practitioner and Luc feeling that same isolation. Readers will anticipate their initial encounter, which comes fairly deep into the story line as Ms. Edward’s builds up the relationships or lack of each has with other people so that her fans know how alone the lead couple feels before they meet. This is a terrific Indian romance that also provides a deep character study.
“SUMMER OF THE EAGLE is a refreshing saga. This is a terrific Indian romance that also provides a deep character study.” — Harriet Klausner
Together, they search for truth and must turn to the eagles for answers…
She stood and picked up her belongings. “I am sorry, Trapper, for what I’ve done. I will leave.”
Luc was on his feet, though the sudden jolt had his entire body screaming in protest. His hand snaked around her waist. “You’re not going anywhere. You’re the only one who can undo this.”
“Let go of me, Trapper. The choice is mine, whether or not I stay with you.” In her heart, Blaze knew she had to stay with him and not just for answers. Her fingers sought and touched the stone she’d dropped back beneath her dress. She was tied to this man as he was tied to her, and she had a feeling there was no way
to undo that. How did one tear apart two spirits that had merged?
“No choice, sweetheart.”
A blast of wind whipped around them. His long, golden hair rose around his head and formed a halo of brightness. Hers formed a dark cloud.
Luc smiled grimly. “Gotta do better than that, sweetheart. Child’s play. I got three young sisters who can call up the wind when they get mad.”
Blaze froze. Forcing her raging emotions to calm and settle, she tipped her chin. “What if I cannot undo this?” She’d been led to this man, had saved his life, and then somehow merged them. There was no doubt he was important to her future. She just didn’t know how or why. She’d joined their spirits, maybe even their hearts and souls. She didn’t dare tell him she didn’t think anything but death could sever the connection.
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