Anthropologist Jeannie Donnelly had come home. New Mexico was the land of her people, the Natuwa Indians. And her federal grant for an anthology of Native American songs and chants was the stepping stone to her grandmother's legacy. For Jeannie Donnelly had come home to right a fifty-year-old wrong--and to assume her rightful place as medicine woman of her tribe. Museum curator Michael O'Shea loved the land, the people and the magic of the Southwest. And he knew he could love Jeannie, a woman who shared his roving spirit, a woman who eased his agonizing loneliness. But he didn't know how close her quest would come to breaking his heart ... or the painful choice that could tear them apart forever.
Used availability for Marilyn Tracy's Magic in the Air
October 1989 : UK Mass Market Paperback