After her last relationship ends in disaster, travel nurse Sarah Drexel swears off men and takes a job in the Navajo Nation, believing it far enough away from civilization for anyone to recognize her.
But that's before environmental protection specialist Benny Turner walks into her clinic in need of stitches and a tetanus shot. He used to be her best friend in college until the night she told him her deepest darkest secrets and disappeared.
But Sarah's not the only one with secrets.
For Benny, being the son of a Navajo woman and a non-Navajo man means straddling two worlds. It means never quite belonging to either one without having to prove himself constantly.
And just when he decides to settle down in the reservation for good, he runs into the only woman he's always wanted but always told himself he could never have.
Duty or love? Can one live without the other?
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About the Author
Though she studied journalism and advertising in college, Liz Durano discovered that she preferred writing romantic fiction more than news and ad copy. She lives in Southern California with her family where she spends her days writing her novels, procrastinating on household chores, and drinking way too much coffee. And when she’s not writing, procrastinating or feeling over-caffeinated, she’s stepping over Legos, sculpting trains out of Play-Doh, and listening to her little munchkin tell her stories for a change.