You Never Can TellLarge Print - 2001 | 1st Harper lg. print ed.
Reporter Heather Reardon gets more than she had bargained for when she searches fro Kole Kills Crow, an advocate for Native American rights who has gone into exile after a brush with the law and a reclusive man who has renounced all personal entanglements, until he encounters Heather. 10,000 first printing. (Romance)
Kathleen Eagle's novels of love and passion have touched the hearts of countless readers. Now this award-winning writer has created her most compelling story of all.
Reporter Heather Reardon has been hot on the trail of Native American activist Kole Kills Crow for years, so when she finds him living on a Minnesota reservation, she's shocked that the outspoken activist is now a private man who has faced both a disastrous brush with the law and a tragic twist of fate.
Soon the pair is involved in a cause that forces Kole back intothe spotlight -- and challenges Heather's belief that Kole shouldreturn to the public eye. They travel from the isolation ofMinnesota to the bright lights of Los Angeles...and to a placewhere they must each face the truth about their love.
You Never Can Tell is a story you will never forget.
Reporter Heather Reardon gets more than she had bargained for when she searches for Kole Kills Crow, an advocate for Native American rights who has gone into exile after a brush with the law.