Book Four in The Illicit Series!
Sometimes dreams are shattered before the dream catcher can collect them.
Sunny Smallwood enjoys her work as the genealogical go-to for descendants of the Chickasaw and Choctaw Nations of Oklahoma, but the word enjoy doesn’t apply to her personal life. Sunny doesn’t want that thing called love, because she was in love with her husband until the day she wasn’t, and she still doesn’t know how or why that happened. Let other people lose their hearts and get put through the wringer, but Sunny’s had enough loss in her life and doesn’t need any more.
At first it’s fun helping Parker McKay look for his Choctaw birth mother, because even though he’s the bass player for the band Illicit he’s still a laid-back Oklahoma boy, and a smokin’ hot one, at that. But before she knows it, she starts to like Parker a little too much, and there’s no denying that he likes her a little too much right back. She’s got to get away from this man before they both get hurt.
Only Parker has no intention of letting Sunny do a runner, and that can only mean one thing: shattered dreams and broken hearts, and no Choctaw dream catcher can filter those nightmares once they’re set loose.