Identical twins, Lauren and Sage McCain are born into the upper echelons of Southern society but, through the evil act of a lonely midwife, they are separated at birth.
As adults, they have both found love, although they live in completely different worlds. Lauren lives on an affluent ranch and is loved by two brothers–one the father of her child, the other, her husband. One went off to war, leaving his brother to pick up the broken pieces of their lives.
Sage has found her soulmate among the Winnebago tribe and cherishes the abiding love from both her husband and children. But the Dakota Uprising in Minnesota has affected her life as much the Civil War has affected Lauren’s.
Lauren and Sage don’t know their identical twin exists…until Fate steps in twenty years later. Amid the flames of danger and destiny, their lives will be forever changed.
+ Contains adult language and sexual scenes and is appropriate for adult audiences.
+ This duet contains unforgettable love stories, suspense, surprise conclusions, and happy endings.
Read Dark Night of the Moon, Book 2, the conclusion to Moon of the Sleeping Bear
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The idea of identical twins being separated at birth by someone who didn't realize the consequences of her actions long-term, and the idea of the twins' paths crossing 20 years later seemed like an intriguing plot. Many of the incidents in both books happened in my ancestors' lives. The twins, as adults, lead entirely different lives.