A Man to Call My Own
A love story as passionate, tumultuous, and colourful as the American West. In 1870s Texas, identical twins Amanda and Marian Laton become bitter ... Show synopsis A love story as passionate, tumultuous, and colourful as the American West. In 1870s Texas, identical twins Amanda and Marian Laton become bitter rivals over the cowboy they both want to call their own. Amanda is beautiful but nasty, Marian is nice but plain - purposely so, to avoid provoking her sister's jealousy. Orphaned suddenly, the New England heiresses are sent to live with their aunt on a Texas ranch where they meet Chad Kinkaid, the ruggedly handsome cowboy son of a neighbouring rancher. Chad is beguiled by beautiful Amanda, but soon begins to see beyond Marian's carefully constructed facade. After witnessing Marian's taste for adventure, sense of humour and bravery, Chad finds himself wanting her. But how can a cowboy convince an heiress that she's the only woman for him? With powerful emotions, delightful sensuality, and great insight into the human heart, Johanna Lindsey charts the intoxicating course of a woman finding a man to call her own.