The blurb reads:
He swore he wouldn’t be back while his parents lived…
Now, almost thirty years later, AJ is going home.
Ordered to attend his mother’s funeral in the rugged northern border of the Empire, AJ is baring old wounds to his new wife, and burying familial feuds.
But the past won’t die that easily, and grave secrets will threaten all the survivors and the women they love. Because the Feds are after AJ’s unwanted inheritance…
And they’re willing to risk a war to get their hands on it.
It’s available in e-book at present, with a print edition to follow very shortly (as soon as we can sort out a couple of technical issues in converting it between formats).
I’ve watched this book take shape over several months. Dorothy battled to fit a number of disparate elements together, and was very frustrated sometimes over her slow progress, but I think she did an outstanding job of battling through the creative process and coming up with a book I really enjoyed. (I enjoy all her books, of course – I think she writes very well. Of course, I might be just a teensy bit biased about that . . . )