Item description for Eye of the Dream by Elizabeth Sinclair...
Somewhere in the barren, arid wastes of the Arizona Canyon Country on the Navajo Reservation, a little boy is lost. His mother is desperate. And the only person who can help her is Kaine Cloudwalker, the man she has never been able to erase from her heart. The man who must find the son he never knew he had. Overcoming old wounds, and new pain, Laura and Kaine must journey together deep into the desert canyon mazes. As they trek through the perilous wastes, however, they find that physical hardship and personal estrangement are not their only problems. There are forces other than natural that are determined they will not find their child alive. But the Navajo gods have a plan. Before the days of the god, Changing Woman, are over, Laura and Kaine must accept Kaine's Navajo heritage, renew their love, and join forces as a true family. To save their son, and themselves, they must step into the eye of the dream.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.7" Width: 3.9" Height: 1" Weight: 0.1 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2006
Publisher Medallion Press
ISBN 1932815686 ISBN13 9781932815689
Availability 0 units.
More About Elizabeth Sinclair
Elizabeth Sinclair is the author of several books, including "Baptism in Fire," "Eye of the Dream," and "Miracle in the Mist," Her books have sold in 19 countries and been translated into nine foreign languages. She lives outside St. Augustine, Florida.
Reviews - What do customers think about Eye of the Dream?
Suspenseful paranormal romance Jul 6, 2008
EYE OF THE DREAM is one of my favorites by Elizabeth Sinclair, and I've read all of hers. Think Tony Hillerman meets Nora Roberts. The tightly crafted story is rich in Navajo culture and setting.
Eye of the Dream Jan 6, 2007
Laura Kincaid is desperate. Her eight year old son Peter is missing and after three days the police are calling off their search for the boy. Her only hope is to contact Kain Cloudwalker. Kain is Laura's estranged husband and Peter's father although he has no idea that he has a son.
Kain tries hard to tamp down his hurt and anger when he sees Laura and she is surprised at how much she's still attracted to Kain. Neither of them will show their true feelings, but Kain does agree to help Laura find her son, which Laura is ecstatic about.
As they work together to try and find Peter, Kain and Laura each receive messages, either through dreams or from the many Navajo locals that they encounter. Their faith in each other and in themselves will be the strength that will sustain them through the dangerous journey ahead.
The Eye Of The Dream is about a love that is lost but then found again. The storyline seemed to be a little far fetched for me though. The villain's identity was surprising but the reasoning behind it fell short for me. I did however really like Kain and Laura. They are wonderful, strong characters and their love story is heartwarming. The Eye Of The Dream captivated me with the first few chapters but unfortunately, it failed to hold my interest.
Nannette Reviewed for Joyfully Reviewed
exciting second chance at love paranormal romance Aug 2, 2006
Laura Kincaid works as the head nurse at Tucson Children's Clinic raising her eight year old son Peter by herself. Just before Peter was born Laura walked out on her always absent Navaho spouse Kaine Cloudwater. She was fortunate to meet Ada Dooley who took the pregnant stranger in and gave her and her soon to be born son a home until the elderly woman passed away last year.
Navajo Tribal Police Lieutenant Klah informs Laura that her son is missing somewhere in Canyon Country. Three days later, Klah calls off the fruitless search in which no clues have surfaced. It is as if the child vanished into air. He tells her to ask Kaine, the best tracker in the area, to help her. Swallowing her pride, she begs Kaine to find Peter. Irate that she had a child with someone else after walking out on him, he reluctantly agrees and even acquiesces to her insistence that she accompany him. On their journey into wilderness, they talk until she finally tells him that he sired Peter. Outraged that she failed to inform him before, he fears the malevolent no longer human Skinwalkers abducted Peter though he is not sure of their purpose, but his offspring has the healing gift that Kaine and his male ancestors possess and they covet.
This is an exciting second chance at love paranormal romance that grips readers from the moment Klah calls and never slows down until the final confrontation. The action-packed story line uses Navaho mysticism on two levels; the evil Skinwalkers and the dreams the lead couple have had especially transmitted from his grandfather and Changing Woman. These elements along with the likable lead couple enhance and refresh a delightful tale.