Speak to the Wind

Joe Quintero helps put out one fire, only to start another. Maria Eden’s mountain cabin is saved, for now. But the wildfire between them ignites a love that soars beyond their ability to control. She teaches him the communication skills he needs to lead his Apache nation. But when the tribe reclaims the land beneath her beloved retreat, Maria feels that Joes love is just a temporary convenience.
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  • Category: Fiction » Romance » General
  • Words: 60,350
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781311318145
About Mary Tate Engels

I look quiet and consistent, but few know how many women there are in me." ~ Anais Nin

MARY TATE ENGELS, educator and bestselling novelist, is author of forty romance novels and novellas, an acclaimed biography of traders to the Navajo, co-author of a Mexican cultural cookbook, and two travel guidebooks, written with her husband. They travel extensively and share their home in the U.S. Southwest with various critters, some even wild.

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