When Officer Steve Keller finds himself adrift amidst the fallout of horrific events that change not only his cultural outlook but also his fragile grasp on reality, he also finds himself sinking deeper and deeper into the darkest Navajo mythology and mysticism rarely discussed among Navajos.
Chasing a powerful Navajo witchman referred to as a Rainmaker, with Agent Thomas Ellington posted by his side, Officer Keller's emotional and mental stability begins to erode with each encounter of the supernatural.
While Officer Keller and his FBI partner struggle to unravel a conspiracy steeped against a contrasting set of Navajo beliefs and cultural standards, Officer Keller finds his university education has taught him nothing about spiritual conduct and dark mysticism.
Meanwhile, Officer Keller discovers that Tracy Monroe, a childhood friend, is also the bearer of his unborn son. Tracy, who is also endowed with magic abilities, forces the anxiety-ridden Officer Keller to be at odds with someone he mistrusts but is also obligated to protect.
As Officer Keller's inner stability and tenacity falters, he fights on, hoisting his broken heart and swinging it like a melee weapon. As the battle between reality and supernatural abilities persists, Officer Keller finds he's actually able to believe in hope, choosing to heal and love again.
The second installment in the trilogy chronicles Officer Keller's quest for truth and justice while leading him down an ominous path that walks a fine line between traditional Native life and the expectations of a modern society imposed on an ancient culture.