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When she saves a Celtic warrior from a fae curse, can he stop her from paying the ultimate price?


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You can't escape the past . . .


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A second chance at love is the best Christmas gift of all.


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Revenge can taste damn good when it’s hot, too.


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Alaric has never met a woman he wanted for his own . . .


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Investigating a suspicious accident leads Drew on a path that points to international intrigue and ever-growing danger



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Also by W. Michael Gear:

Outpost, January 2018
Hardcover
Coming of the Storm, November 2017
Paperback
People of the Weeping Eye, December 2008
Paperback
Long Ride Home, November 2008
Paperback

Coming of the Storm
W. Michael Gear

Contact: The Battle for America #1
Gallery Books
November 2017
On Sale: November 7, 2017
Featuring: Hernando de Soto; Black Shell
528 pages
ISBN: 1501172638
EAN: 9781501172632
Kindle: B0034DGPDG
Paperback / e-Book
$16.00
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The pale, bearded newcomers who call themselves “Kristianos” fascinate Black Shell, an exiled Chickasaw trader, and not even the counsel of Pearl Hand, the beautiful, extraordinary woman who has consented to be his mate, can dissuade him from interacting with them. Only after a firsthand lesson in Kristiano brutality does Black Shell fully comprehend the dangers these invaders pose to his people’s way of life.

While his first instinct is to run far from the then, Black Shell has been called to a greater destiny by the Spirit Being known as Horned Serpent. With Pearl Hand by his side, Black Shell must find a way to unite the disparate tribes and settlements of his native land and overcome the merciless armies of the man called Hernando de Soto.

Using archeological data, ethnographic records, and historical journals, the authors bring to vivid life the beliefs, technologies, and daily experiences of lost American civilizations.

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