Description from the book dust jacket:
Half Navaho, the enduring tradition of his tribe runs through Hawk Faulkner's veins. Although sometimes confused by his dual heritage, Hawk takes strength from both parents to become his own man, one who wars with a half-brother over his rights - and over a woman. The woman chooses Hawk's half-brother, Chad, and a life of comfort and wealth. At first bitter, Hawk learns to live with Carol's decision. Then, one day, Lanna Marshall enters his life under unusual circumstances. Lanna, who had befriended Hawk and Chad's father just days before his death, must also decide between the brothers. And that decision must be weighed against her passion for the dark, quiet half-breed who hungers for the comfort she so desperately wants to give ...
From the ancient ways of Arizonas Vavaho nation to the new ranch wealth of the great southwest, two warring sons fought for one womans love
Janet Dailey has written many books over the years, and this is one of my favorites by Ms Dailey.
My copy is the first printing from 1981. The cover art is beautiful.
This is the story of Hawk, the illigitimate and half Indian son of big time rancher and land speculator JB Faulkner. It chronicles the early half of his life, his involvement with his family and a family friend, Lanna Marshall.
From the ancient way of Arizona's Navaho nation to the new ranch welath of the great Southwest, two arring 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.
See which one wins her love......
This book is written by Janet Daily
I was not impressed in the least by this book, but I'm not exactly the hot and sweaty romance type. For the right reader, readily enjoyable.