Janet Dailey is the author of scores of popular and uniquely American novels, including such bestsellers as Scrooge Wore Spurs, A Capital Holiday, The Glory Game, The Pride of Hannah Wade, and the phenomenal Calder saga, including the newest title in the series, Shifting Calder Wind. Her romantic fiction has also been featured in a story anthology, The Only Thing Better Than Chocolate. Since her first novel was published in 1975, Janet Dailey has become the bestselling female author in America, with more than 300,000,000 copies of her books in print. Her books have been published in seventeen languages and are sold in ninety countries. Janet Dailey's careful research and her intimate knowledge of America have made her one of the best-loved authors in the country and around the world.
Night Wayby Janet Dailey
Lanna's quiet beauty won the love of two very different men - the "white son" and his half-breed brother. One, charming, secure in his world and his riches. The other, an outcast of brooding sensuality, proud of his Indian
From the ancient way of Arizona's Navaho nation to the new ranch wealth of the great Southwest, two warring sons fought for one woman's love.
Lanna's quiet beauty won the love of two very different men - the "white son" and his half-breed brother. One, charming, secure in his world and his riches. The other, an outcast of brooding sensuality, proud of his Indian ways.
Lanna would be forced to choose between them - and between two kinds of life. And even as they fought to possess her, the dark legacy of greed and treachery that lay hidden in their family threatened to destroy her future - and her love.
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I also read this book many years ago. Loved it! However, she (Janet Dailey) still has Arizona east of New Mexico. You'd think, after all these years, a mistake like that would be corrected.
Read this many years ago and was so glad Amazon had it availble in Nook for iPad. Just as enjoyable the second time around