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They Call Her Dana

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Born in the backwater bayous of Louisiana, beautiful Dana O'Malley fled the squalid farm and heavy work that had killed her well-born mother. With the pride and intelligence that was her heritage, Dana soon achieved wealth, fame... and the avid attentions of four different men.

Set against the glittering panorama of the nineteenth-century South, here is the story of an indo
Published April 19th 1993 by Ballantine Books (first published 1989)
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Oct 20, 2012 Dana rated it it was amazing
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I first read this book when I was a teenager. I found it in a stack of books at a garage sale and my grandmother bought it for me. I never told her there were very descriptive sex scenes in the book. LOL. It's a great read and I just read it again for the 5th time.
Sep 12, 2009 Kristy rated it really liked it
Its a good read if you like romance novels about a poor girl thats basically "swamp trash" who becomes the toast of 1830's New Orleans. Yeah, its got some naughty bits...thats why I read it!
I first read this book in the late 90s, and I loved it. It was probably one of the first romance novels I read, and it still pops up in my mind every so often. I loved the setting of the book; I have a thing for historicals, and it was set in New Orleans. I think I might have to reread this one soon.
Jul 11, 2013 Season rated it did not like it
Just an awfully long and drawn out story. Could have gotten to the point way sooner than it did and then you add in all the unnecessary characters and subplots it just made the book annoying.
Jul 06, 2011 Lennellson rated it really liked it
This was a really fun read. Good romance while getting a picture of life in 1830's in swamps of Lousiana and then New Orleans. Well written and entertaining.
May 29, 2013 Patricia rated it really liked it
Loved it!
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Jennifer Wilde is a pseudonym of T. E. Huff (Thomas Elmer Huff). He also wrote under the names Edwina Marlow, Beatrice Parker, and Katherine St. Clair.
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