Glorious Dawn by Dorothy Garlock

Out of print for nine years, a classic western romance by the bestselling author of Homeplace and Ribbon in the Sky has been brought back by popular demand. IN THE RUGGED LANDS OF NEW MEXICO" WOMEN STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE AND MEN STRUGGLE TO DOMINATE THEM

Brought to the home of the man who controlled Macklin Valley, Johanna Doan felt she had found a refuge for her sister. Ravished and left for dead, the young girl was mute and pregnant.

But more trouble seemed to await them. Old man Macklin's dream was to populate the valley with grandsons made in his own image. And now he felt his search for a blond, blue-eyed woman to mate with his son was over--whether Joanna agreed to it or not...