A Time of Change

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Macmillan, Apr 9, 2013 - Fiction - 352 pages
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A Time of Change is a perfect example of the Thurlos's ability to combine passion with tension as they introduce readers to Josephine Buck and other employees at a New Mexico trading post. When The Outpost's owner dies, Josephine, a young Navajo woman, is shocked to discover that Tom Stuart, whom she thought of as a surrogate father, has left her the business.

Ben Stuart and his dad had had problems, but military service changed Ben for the better and put the two men back in each other's lives. His father's sudden death ends any possibility of a true reconciliation and leaves Ben fuming at being disinherited.

Suspecting that Jo had an affair with his father, Ben is determined to get control of the trading post. Jo's hataalii training shows her that Ben is wounded in both body and soul, and she becomes determined to help him.

As Jo and Ben move toward a deeper understanding of each other, they learn that Tom Stuart was murdered and that the trading post at the center of their lives holds many secrets.

 

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User Review  - kblinn - LibraryThing

This marks the beginning of a possible new series for the Thurlos although it could be a stand-alone. The owner of a trading post, Tom Stuart, is murdered. Instead of leaving the business to his son ... Read full review

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User Review  - bgknighton - LibraryThing

Excellent beginning for this series. Josephine Buck and Ben Stuart are strong with a history and scars. Together they are stronger. Nice support characters. Read full review

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AIMÉE and DAVID THURLO have won the RT Book Reviews Career Achievement Award for their romantic suspense, the Willa Cather Award for Contemporary Fiction, and the New Mexico Book Award. They are the authors of the critically acclaimed Ella Clah series and many other novels.

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