Book Reviews of Heiress

Author: Janet Dailey
ISBN-13: 9780316170925
ISBN-10: 0316170925
Publication Date: 4/1987
Pages: 477
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

3.3 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Little, Brown
Book Type: Hardcover
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Story oftwo beautiful women with a mysterious and powerful past. Rivals in love, business and life.
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One of Janet Daileys best
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I completely loved this book and I reccomend it to anyone.
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Rivals for their father's love, social position, and the rightful claim to the large family fortune, two beautiful sisters are bound together by a fateful secret--one of them is illegitimate
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A great Janet Daily book!
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I am a big lover of all of Janet Dailey's Calder Series books, so I was skeptical when I bought this book. This story is even better than the Calder books and kept me reading non-stop for an entire weekend to finish it!
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I read Heiress by Janet Dailey and I was moved. It kept me interested throughout the whole time. What was most interesting was the setting which is Houston, TX and I am very familiar with that setting. It's about these two girls that share the same father and one is illegitimate. Abbie Lawson is the legitimate one and she lives with her mother Babs. Rachel her half sister, was born on the same day as Abbie even though they had different mothers they were like Twins. Rachel has come to town to attend her father's funeral. There she finds out about the history of her father and his other family. Abbie is rich aristocrat who learns to be tame and down to earth while Rachel becomes self absorbed and in turn they switch places. Both of them fall in love with different men. They pursue their interest in horses which leads them to a devastating end.
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A good book, but it is in well-used condition. Not all tore up or anything, but some pencil marks and the cover is taped at the seam.