A Rainbow in Paradise by Susan Aylworth
Eden Grant has a successful child care business, a painful childhood, and an allergy to marriage. She has resisted ever returning to Rainbow Rock where the pain and the allergy originated and is only going back now to be part of her friend, Sarah's, wedding. She certainly isn't looking for romance.
Handsome Logan Redhorse, an attorney to the Navajo Nation, can't help his attraction to Eden. Holding her feels like Paradise, but marriage is out of the question. He has made promises to his generations--both those before him and the children who may come after--that he will marry a desert child, a daughter of the Dineh. Eden clearly does not qualify.
It is clearly impossible for Logan and Eden to have the paradise they both want while still keeping their promises to themselves. Or is it?