"Your dad's Indian. Your mom's black. Why are you white?"
Skylar St. Clair's been getting questions like these all his life. Skylar's home is the Nettlebush Indian Reserve; his family, the hundreds of Plains Shoshone living there. Skylar can't help it if he better resembles his biological mother, a woman whose untimely death left him with more secrets than memories.
Skylar's father has been in federal prison for the past fifteen years. The summer of his release coincides with familial matters of a different nature: Skylar and his husband are trying to adopt a daughter.
Piecing together a fragmented family is no small task. All the patience in the world cannot contend with thirty-three years of reticence.
But love can.
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