Navajo Night by Carol A Didier

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A white woman and a Navajo holy man dare a perilous love on the Wild West's most treacherous frontier. . .

Unspoken Passion Yields To. . .

JoAnna Lund and her father are risking everything to settle safely out west and leave their tragic past far behind. And as a lone rider blocks their trail, they are prepared for trouble. But from the moment JoAnna locks eyes with the tall, proud Navajo brave, she feels an irresistible, dangerous desire. . .

Forbidden Pleasure

Notah Begay wonders why the young woman and her father have ventured so deep into his people's territory. But he is fascinated by JoAnna's gentle spirit, and her honesty sparks a passion that his carefully-guarded heart can't deny. And nothing--and no man--will prevent him from claiming the woman who has made him hers forever. . .

"An outstanding romance novel. . .pure reading pleasure and hard to put down." --Affaire de Coeur

"Didier creates likable characters, a romantic setting and romantic tension." --Romantic Times

 

About Carol A Didier

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Published August 25, 2009 by Zebra Books. 353 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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