Genell Dellin

Books

Cherokee Nights

He towered over her, his lean, hard frame dominating the room; his piercing eyes riveting her to the chair. Kingfisher Chekote was the most devastatingly handsome man Celina Hawthorne had ever seen. When King announced he was in need of a lawyer, it never occurred to the ambitious railroad builder that the raven-haired beauty behind the desk was the lawyer...

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Cherokee Dawn

At seventeen, beautiful Lacey Longbaugh had a child's adventurous spirit -- and a woman's sensuous yearnings, and as the deadly tides of civil war swept across the vast Oklahoma territory, she burned for the one man who could set free her imprisoned desires: the handsome part-Cherokee, Ridge Chekote. — He was as bold and as stirring as an Indian battle...

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