Book: Speak to the Wind by Mary Tate Engels
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Mary Tate Engelsabout this book: Lightning Blaze –
Joe Quintero is descended from Apache warriors, at home in the Arizona mountains. Maria Eden is a blond businesswoman from Phoenix. They couldn't be more different. And yet, she helps him establish his voice as tribal leader. On neutral territory in Mexico, they become lovers.
Wildfire is always a threat in the West. But when Joe puts out a fire that saves her cabin, he starts another. And the wildfire between them ignites a love that soars beyond control. When the Apache nation reclaims the land beneath her beloved family cabin retreat, Maria expects him to save the place again. But can he? There are laws…
As things fall apart between them, Maria feels that Joe's love is just a temporary convenience. She loves a man of great tradition and can't see where she will ever fit into his life.
What will happen to her family retreat? Will he risk everything just for her, or will their love overpower their cultural differences?
From the author-The idea for this story came from reality when the Apache Nation decided not to renew leases on their lakeside property in the White Mountains of Arizona. Much like private cabins once allowed in National Parks, the building is privately owned, but the land belongs to the nation. What happens if this is your family retreat? And you have fallen in love with the most awesome man who happens to be leader of the indian nation that will take your property?
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