Jim Tremain watched the magnificent bird soar through the air and land on Dahlia Kincaid's gloved arm. The eagle was, stunning, but Dahlia was the most breathtaking woman he'd ever seen. Would this beautiful ornithologist allow him to headquarter his search for an international poaching ring on her Colorado ranch?
Jim reminded Dahlia of Nar, her golden eagle: he was dangerous, powerful, gloriously masculine. But Jim Tremain wasn't the predator he'd first seemed. His eyes contained kindness and understanding. Could she risk her heart -- with everything to lose, but so much to gain?