But That Was Yesterday - Can he live up to her dreams?
Sage Parker dragged himself up from an alcoholic pit and now focuses on rebuilding his ranch on the Lakota Sioux reservation in South Dakota. He's rebuilding his life and helping others do the same by forming a recovery group that honors the Lakota tradition of seeking the Red Road, walking in a good way. And Sage knows his way around roads. Ranching is his hope for the future, but road construction pays the bills now.
Into his life walks Megan McBride, white and blond and idealistic. She's an engineer; she's there to build a much-needed road on the reservation. Sage struggles with his attraction to her just as he battles his addiction--one day at a time.
They're from different worlds. He's embracing the tribal heart, defending his people from the forces that threaten to destroy them. There's no way she'll stay with a lightning rod like him, once her job is done. And yet she's the courageous soul mate he's always wanted--and exactly what he needs
Their slow, simmering, red-hot romance builds to a heart-wrenching question--what happens if he can't live up to his ideals and her dreams?
Kathleen Eagle has published more than forty books, including historical and contemporary, series and single title, earning her nearly every award in the industry. Her books have consistently appeared on regional and national bestseller lists, including the USA Today list and the New York Times extended bestseller list.