DEA agent Sonora Jordon is in danger and on the run, hiding from the man who wants her dead. Unsure where she's going, she takes off on her Harley. Sonora has been having visions of two men, one very old, the other young. She seems drawn toward Oklahoma, and when there is a contract put out on her life, she heads east. Her dreams are of a man who demands that she come to him.
Medicine man Adam Two Eagles had been waiting for her. At the requet of a father Sonora doesn't know about, he'd made medicine to bring her home. When they meet, there is an immediate recognition. Adam takes Senora to meet her father, Indian artist Franklin Blue Cat.
Sonora easily finds that she loves her father, and is distraught to learn that he's dying of Leukemia. His only hope is a bone-marrow transplant.
Meanwhile, the man whose brother Sonora had killed, gets closer and closer to finding her. Adam sees a vision of Sonora in danger, and knows he's helpless to save her; she'll have to save herself.
Adam and Sonora consumate their relationship in the aftermath of a tornado, and are rarely apart thereafter. Sonora is centered on her new life with her father and the man she's come to love.
But things start to come to a head when Sonora is in the hospital for the bone-marrow transplant. She's been found, and drug dealer Enrique is biding his time.
A call to medicine man Adam to help a boy on drugs, Adam leaves Sonora at his house, and goes to help the boy. Half-way there, he is warned to go home quickly. He knows something is endangering the woman he loves.
This report prepared by Patricia Fuller