In the same tradition of her outstanding first full-length novel, The Return to Cameron Country, Angelin Sydney is back with the remarkable story of a couple whose lives converged in a profound and intoxicating ways.
Captain Banjo Mabo Cameron is an Australian Black Hawk ace pilot, married to the Royal Australian Air Force. Andrea ‘Andy’ Cosgrove is a Second Warrant Officer, married to the U.S. Air Force.
Fate brings them together through a joint-training program in the rich tapestry of the Mojave Desert, but everything seems to conspire against them. They are conflicted by their sworn duties to serve that run deeper and bigger than themselves.
Adding to the complications is Henry Moran, Andy’s spurned lover, turned sadistic serial killer who would stop at nothing to possess her. Only the good Captain stand in the way of his schemes. Highly intelligent and deranged, Henry would eventually succeed in getting both of them captive. In their desperate situation, Banjo and Andy found the strength and fortitude to survive their ordeal, changing them and binding them together forever.
And in the process of falling in love, Andy also discovers the truth about her father and unexpectedly learns of a love story so divine and beautiful: that of her own parents.
This is a love story within a love story. Reminding us that our lives can become intricately intertwined with another even in the most difficult of circumstances; and that it can result in an extraordinary outcome: in spite of challenges and death.