Power of the Raven (Copper Canyon, #2)
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Power of the Raven (Copper Canyon #2)

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Gene Redhouse believes in signs. But when Lori Baker literally jumps into his life, the Navajo wisdom he's learned disappears. Lori is being stalked and she's never been so frightened, or so alone. Although it seems they belong to different worlds, the connection between them is instant and intense. And if he can keep her alive long enough, he vows to explo...more
Mass Market Paperback, Harlequin Intrigue #1333, 219 pages
Published February 7th 2012 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2012)
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Really good book. I loved Lori and the way she could think on her feet. When she asked Gene for his help, she had no idea just how much help she would be getting. She was wary of getting involved emotionally, but Gene was there for everything she needed. On his side, Gene wasn't ready for a relationship - he had too much he felt he needed to accomplish on his ranch first. I liked the fact that Gene was comfortable with his Navajo heritage, and had no problems sharing that heritage with Lori. I a...more
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Easy flowing plot and storyline. Ending was a complete surprise never saw it coming. Nice job trumped again can't wait to read the next Aimee Thurlo book
Debbie Heaton
In Thurlo's romantic suspense novel, Lori Baker is being stalked and she's frightened and alone. Gene Redhouse is of Navajo decent and he believes that things happen for a reason. Though they belong to different worlds, the attraction between them is intense. Burdened by the past, Lori fights the attraction and soon must decide which is more dangerous: the attraction they both share or the stranger lurking in the shadows. An intense installment to the Copper Canyon series.
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Aimee and David Thurlo are the authors of the Ella Clah mysteries, the Sister Agatha mysteries, the Lee Nez vampire novels all set in New Mexico. David grew up on the Navajo Indian Nation, and Aimee, a native of Cuba, has lived in the southwest for forty years
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