Heiress by Janet Dailey

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In Heiress, two sisters meet at the funeral of one of the most prestigious men in the country, Dean Lawson, their father. Abbie Lawson, the dutiful genteel daughter bred in the lap of luxury and, Rachel Farr, a mistake born of a passionate love affair, are almost identical in appearance but are worlds apart. Only one daughter can be the heir to the endless oil fields and magnificent thoroughbreds. A fierce competition has arisen between the women, not only for the inheritance but also for the proof of a father's love. They should have been devoted to each other as friends and sisters, but they have become the most embittered of enemies. The Texas men they love watch as the rivals tear themselves apart to become Dean Lawson's heiress. 


About Janet Dailey

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Janet Dailey is a romance writer and novelist. She is from Branson, Missouri. Dailey's career began with the novel, No Questions Asked. She is one of the bestselling writers in the world and has been published in 19 languages in 98 countries. She has written nearly 100 novels. In 1993, Janet Dailey received the Romance Writers of America Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of significant contributions to romantic fiction and the romance genre.
Published April 1, 2014 by Open Road Media Romance. 500 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The ever-popular Dailey (the Calder series, Glory Game.

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In her 13th novel, Dailey (Santiago Blue polishes her popular style to a high sheen. Born into a wealthy Texas family, Abby Lawson grows up on the beautiful, sprawling ranch where her father Dean bree

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