"Love and friendship, desire and intrigue--combined with a perilous journey into the wilderness of Alaska--spark this exciting sequel to Forever and the Night... Kay Westmore is adjusting to life in Anchorage, Alaska, and a demanding new job as director of Denali National Park and Preserve, one of the country's last wilderness frontiers. She and her partner of two years, Lela Newlin, are also caring for a dear friend who is fighting a life-threatening disease. Just when life seems challenging enough, Kay's former boss, Grace Perry, barges back into her world--bringing with her the intrigue of Washington D.C politics. Now a high paid consultant for the Senate sub-committee on environmental affairs, Perry recruits Kay for a perilous mission into the Alaskan wilderness Kay knows so well. It is a journey that involves danger, subterfuge and the tracking of an enemy prepared to use an unspeakable weapon. As the adventure unfolds before her, Kay meets Tory Mitchell, a government agent assigned to track a deadly weapon and a determined enemy. Sparks fly when the two women's strong-willed personalities clash... and then a romantic attraction grows, threatening not just their mission, but Kay's relationship with Lela... and everything else Kay believes in--including herself.