Under a Desert Sky

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By DiAnn Mills / Summerside Press

Title of Book: Under a Desert Sky
Author: DiAnn Mills
ISBN 978-1-60936-138-9
Publisher: Summerside
Publication Date: 2011
Reviewer: Dell Smith KleinABOUT THE BOOK:
In 1935, socialite Eva Fortier witnesses her grandfather’s murder and must flee New York to ensure her safety. Leaving behind a life of wealth, she seeks refuge in the secluded high desert area of Ghost Ranch, New Mexico.

Navajo doctor Tahoma Benally has his hands full caring for his people’s medical needs. He certainly doesn’t have time to fall in love. But when Tahoma’s father asks him to help fulfill a vow he’d made to Eva’s father, Tahoma has no choice but to oblige his father’s request. In the process he finds himself drawn to the woman he’s promised to protect.

With an elusive killer stalking Eva, and barriers of race and culture standing between her and Tahoma, does love stand a chance of blooming in the desert?

DiAnn Mills, author of Under a Desert Sky, has more than 50 books that have sold more than 1.5 million copies. Her books have won five ACFW Carol Awards, one Christy Award, and three Inspirational Reader’s Choice Awards.  Two other books worth mentioning are: A Woman Named Sage and In Persuit of Justice. Mills and her husband live in Texas.

DiAnn Mills has a way of combining adventure with characters so real you feel you might like to sit down and chat with them.
Under a Desert Sky is set in Ghost Ranch, New Mexico. Mill’s has captured the character and thought of the Dine — Navajo people.
This was my first look at Mill’s books, but after reading Under a Desert Sky, I went in search of other books by this author. I haven’t been disappointed.  I recommend it.


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