Bio: Although originally from Wisconsin, Rita Karnopp and her husband have lived in Montana for over thirty years. When she isn?t reading, writing or doing research, she enjoys making dream catchers, gold panning, crystal digging, rafting, fishing, canoeing, and spending time with her family. She?s drawn to the history of the Native American and strives to bring alive the authenticity of a time past. Whether writing contemporary romance, suspense, or historical novels, she brings excitement and the enduring power of love to her stories. The contemporary romance Sacred Ground, her first novel from Eternal Press, was published in November 2007. Watch for her upcoming releases: Dark Spirit, Ransom Love, and Betrayal. She invites you to visit her website at www.ritaritr.com.
Someone wants Brett Turner's land badly enough to sabotage him, and he knows just who the culprit is: his neighbor, Willow Howling Moon. They don't see eye-to-eye on anything. When their sons run away into the mountains just before a blizzard, Willow and Brett have no choice but to go after them--together. In the course of the rescue, they discover an unexpected and unwelcome mutual love. The realization that both their lives are in danger finally convinces him she's not his enemy. This exciting... more info>>
In 1855, the Great Spirit sends Leota, a psychic Blackfoot woman, on a mission to convince Chief Lame Bull not to sign a treaty. If she fails, the white man's government will steal all that belongs to the Blackfeet Nation. Lawyer Marsh Pepperhorn comes west to join his family and finds them murdered, except for his mouthy nephew Tanner, who's bent on revenge. Chasing the killers into the Mountains of the Bear's Paw, Montana Territory, their paths cross Leota's.