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Forever, Victoria

Warner Books ed.

Published by Warner Books in New York, NY .
Written in English.

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About the Book

A New York Times extended list bestselling author, Dorothy Garlock has won acclaim and awards for her unique ability to convey both the romance and reality of frontier America. Here she presents one of her most beloved stories, a tale of a woman in danger of losing both her home and her heart. Victoria McKenna is a Western woman--tough on the outside and soft on the inside, where she keeps her dreams. Now both her strength and her heart will be challenged. Her late pa's cattle ranch on Wyoming's notorious Outlaw Trail, the only home she has ever known, has been underhandedly sold to a stranger named Mason Mahaffey. Soon Victoria finds herself confronting a rangy, handsome cowboy with five orphaned brothers and sisters--a man whose level blue eyes suggest she has met her match. Her choice is clear. She can fight him with all her might . . . or listen to the feelings that tell her Mason is the right man for both this wild country and a woman born of the West.

Edition Notes

Reprint. Originally published: New York : Berkley, 1983.
Source: Copyright deposit, Dec. 1, 1993.

Classifications

Library of Congress MLC R CP00990

The Physical Object

Pagination 293 p. ;
Number of pages 293

ID Numbers

Open Library OL1157738M
Internet Archive forevervictoria00garl_0
ISBN 10 0446361836
LC Control Number 94135101
Library Thing 490755
Goodreads 1362428

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