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A veiled reflection

Published by Bethany House in Minneapolis, Minn .
Written in English.

About the Book

Jillian Danvers has always envied her twin sister Judith for her knack at getting her own way. Jillian s stuck fulfilling her employment contract in a God-forsaken railroad stop as a waitress with Harvey Girls (a restaurant chain providing first class service to rail travelers in the southwest).

But Jillian discovers she likes Pinton, Arizona, and particularly the town s doctor. In an attempt to thwart her socialite mother s plans to marry her off to a man with a title and money, Jillian declares her engagement to Terrance Mac MacCallister, even though he seems only interested in friendship.

Mac and Jillian get drawn into the plight of the local Navajo village when a young Indian girl becomes pregnant after being raped by a white man. When Jillian s parents show up to meet her fianc�, Mac proposes a marriage of convenience.

Edition Notes

Series Westward chronicles ;
Genre Fiction.


Dewey Decimal Class 813/.54
Library of Congress PS3566.E7717 V45 2000

The Physical Object

Pagination 285 p. ;
Number of pages 285

ID Numbers

Open Library OL30460M
Internet Archive veiledreflection00pete
ISBN 10 0764221140
LC Control Number 99006884
Library Thing 1982257
Goodreads 442109



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