Eden Grant is allergic to romance.
Eden has a successful child care business, a painful childhood, and an aversion 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. Romance isn’t on the schedule.
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.
Can Logan and Eden have the paradise they both want while still keeping their promises to themselves? Is it time to make new promises to each other?
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Susan Aylworth started her first book when she was nine. “It was called Buff, The Proud Stallion. I wrote eight whole pages.” For her fifth grade career day, she stated her ambition to become “a rich and famous author.” Decades later, she is pleased to have achieved the ‘author’ part of that goal. A former university professor, she enjoys researching backgrounds and careers for her novels. “It’s one way to live many lives all at once.”
The property of a protective mutt dog and servant to two spoiled cats, she lives in northern California with her husband of 43 years and their small menagerie. She loves hanging out with her seven children, their perfect-for-them spouses and 21 grandchildren, soon to be 23. When she can’t be with her blood family, she hangs with her fictional characters, the children of her mind. She has eleven books available and a 12th scheduled for publication in June 2014.
“I love travel, great music, and good raspberry jam,” she says. “I especially love hearing from readers.” Reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org. “If you enjoy my books, please tell everyone you know: friends, relatives, neighbors, the person who delivers your mail, people you meet in line in the grocery store, everyone!” She welcomes ideas for new books and characters.