The first book in the Prophecy series, Windwalker follows the story of Layla Birdsong as she learns that she is a red feather warrior, destined to help save the world with Niyol, the Windwalker.
"What do you mean, you'll come for me? His eyes narrowed even more as his nostrils flared. "You belong to me. When it is time, I will be back." Panic shifted through her. She didn't want to be claimed by anyone, especially some spirit from another world. "I belong to no man," she muttered. "I am not any man and you are a red feather warrior. We will be together…."
Layla Birdsong is forever changed when she meets the Windwalker. She is a red feather warrior and he, a spirit of immense wisdom and power. Their love burns with the intensity of a thousand suns and their lust is unquenchable. Together they must save their people from extinction and fulfill an ancient prophecy.
With the Firewalker—a meteor—approaching earth, time is running out. Layla Birdsong must gather her people and journey to another world, to begin anew.
First published in 2013, Windwalker is the first book in the Prophecy Trilogy and was originally written under the pen name Dinah McCall. This epic and unique trilogy is a fan favorite for lovers of paranormal romance and promises an addictive read. Join Sharon Sala as she changes the fate of the Native American people in this suspenseful and fast-paced series.
Sharon Sala is a long-time member of the Romance Writers of America, as well as a member of Oklahoma RWA. In 2014, she published her one-hundredth novel. A fan favorite, Sala is an eight-time RITA finalist, winner of the Janet Dailey Award, four-time Career Achievement winner from RT Magazine, five-time winner of the National Reader’s Choice Award, and five-time winner of the Colorado Romance Writers Award of Excellence, as well as Bookseller’s Best Award. In 2011 she was named RWA’s recipient of the Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award. Her novels have been on the top of major bestseller lists including the New York Times, USA Today, and Publisher’s Weekly. Sala also writes under the name Dinah McCall.