About the Book
Author: Ann Simas
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Number of Pages: 483
Synopsis: BLESSED ARE THE EAGLES (RWA Golden Heart Finalist, 133,710 words)
A thriller, a mystery, a love story all wrapped up with supernatural elements.
It ended with theft and murder…
One day Callie Brennan is a happy shop owner. The next, she’s recruited by a Bureau of International Antiquities agent in a plot to catch thieves trafficking in stolen Hopi artifacts. Before Callie gets the details, the agent is murdered and the next stranger to come calling thinks she had something to do with his death.
Finn Gallagher works as a civil engineer, a cover that works well for his real job as a secret agent…or so he thinks.
But it started with a legend…
Both Callie and Finn harbor secrets. From the moment they meet, nothing is normal for either of them again. Will their feelings for each other be strong enough to withstand the evil that has been stalking them both for years?
As false identities are revealed, and the prophecies of an old Hopi legend come true, who will survive and who will not? Who will recognize the lies and who will continue to search for the truth? With the incarnation of the mystical Hopi Eagle kachina, Callie and Finn will be staggered by one truth they could not have anticipated.
Callie Brennan lives in a small town where she owns a shop that specializes in Hopi and other Native American collectibles. When Callie is suspected of partaking in a stolen artifacts scheme, which has already cost one man his life, she sets out to clear her name. But, when Finn Gallagher enters her life things become complicated. Finn has ties to Shiloh and a special interest in the stolen artifacts. He begins investigating Callie with the hopes of clearing his deceased friend's good name and then strange things start to happen. Poisonous snakes, paranormal visits, and more death surround Callie and Finn must decide if it's a cover up for her crimes or if her life is really in danger. Meanwhile the two are smitten for one another, but can't seem to be honest with each other for more than a second. Will they be able to put their differences aside long enough to uncover the truth?
I have read several books by Ann Simas and enjoy her writing style and ability to grab a reader's attention. Blessed Are The Eagles is no exception. Her characters are well developed and complex and the plot is filled with so many twists it will leave you reeling. She uses the element of surprise to her advantage and reveals just enough to keep you guessing until the end. I found Blessed Are The Eagles to be a gripping and well contrived tale well worth reading.
I highly recommend picking up a copy. Available on Amazon.