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by Janet Dailey

Category: Contemporary
Subcategory: Romance
Author: Janet Dailey
ISBN: 0373898606
ISBN13: 978-0373898602
Language: English
Publisher: Harlequin (May 1, 1991)
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Janet Dailey's Americana Series. Dangerous Masquerade (Alabama). Northern Magic (Alaska). Sonora Sundown (Arizona). Valley Of the Vapours (Arkansas). Fire And Ice (California). After the Storm (Colorado). For the Daileys it was an odyssey of discovery. For you, it's the journey of a lifetime.

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Night of the Cotillion: Georgia (The Americana Series). In 1974, Janet Dailey was the first American author to write for Harlequin. Her first novel was No Quarter Asked.

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With more than 300 million books sold, Janet Dailey is an icon of American fiction

With more than 300 million books sold, Janet Dailey is an icon of American fiction. In a romantic tour of the United States, the first lady of romance wrote fifty novels, one set in each state. Dangerous Masquerade: Having spent her life in her cousin’s shadow, shy secretary Laurie Evans steps into the spotlight

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Book in the Americana Series). Janet Dailey, as always did a great job in exposing the estacy of attraction. I found and read only the middle half of that book when I was sixteen years old, and was so captivated and hooked that I have been looking for that book ever since. Now in my forties I still can't get that book out of my thoughts. I Janet Dailey is a woman whom I feel is or has been in love and understands the beautiful and compelling feeling that God intended to be experienced between a man and a woman. It is a beautiful book.

Every novel in this collection is your passport to a romantic tour of the United States through time-honored favorites by America's First Lady of romance fiction. Each of the fifty novels is set in a different state, researched by Janet and her husband, Bill. For the Daileys it was an odyssey of discovery. For you, it's the journey of a lifetime.
Comments to eBook Night of the Cotillion (The Americana Series: Georgia #10)
Groll
Love this author, was the first adult author I ever read. Not my most favorite story though. Hopefully amazon will get more of her work for us.
Voodoolkree
The characters seemed unreal.
I appreciated the female lead and her desire for love in the relationship but when she had close time with her husband erotic feelings seemed to rule her behavior.
Minha
This story is about a very loving young girl who falls in love with a man with a very cold heart and cannot believe in loving another person, but she finally teaches him love is possible.
Urllet
This book left me lost with way too many unanswered questions. I really didn't think Jarod seemed too cruel, but we never did get his thoughts just Amanda's perceptions and those can always be slanted. I felt like Jarod was straightforward to Amanda. Basically letting her know what he wanted. Their relationship didn't really seem well developed. Sure there was a lot of detail leading up to the whole dance and a lot of the description of the area, but not enough for the love story to develop. They really didn't seem to interact with one another enough. Amanda believed that she loved Jarod, but why did she love him? Amanda spent a lot of time pushing Jarod away and he continued to pursue her. He told her that he always gets what he wants and he wanted her. So he managed to basically get her by helping her family financially and she had to marry him to reciprocate. She felt like she was bought and he never told her otherwise. He just said that she shouldn't undervalue the merchandise. She wanted everything written down and then one day he showed up with an attorney that did just that and they needed her signature. She never signed the document and he never asked about it again. She gets sick and he seems very concerned. He brings a doctor to her bedroom and she has to tell him that she is pregnant and he wants to know why she didn't tell him sooner. She didn't know how he would react as he did say before that there wouldn't be any children born of their union. No reasons were given for this. No explanations for Jarod's aloofness are ever really explained other than Amanda compares his upbringing to Tobe's but really that seems a bit lazy on the author's part and unfair to Jarod's character.
What are all these frequent business trips about? I thought he had relocated but he seems to go away a lot and there aren't any explanations. Then we get this mysterious phrase that Amanda thinks: "it had occurred to her that he was seeing someone else - how many business trips could a guy take? - and she guessed by the look he gave her that she was right." There is never a confirmation of this nor is there a denial. Nothing, the reader is left wondering. Given the aspects of Amanda's character I find it hard to believe that she would stand for Jarod running around on her and yet she doesn't say anything to him. I wanted to know if Jarod was seeing someone else, what he was doing on these trips, what he felt for Amanda, how he felt about anything, but none of these things were answered. Jarod never opened up, not once. He seemed more cardboard and physical never really deep at all. I didn't really believe that there could be a HEA since there are too many unanswered questions.
Aurizar
The story starts with good girl Amanda Bennet of the loving and large Bennet family (which rather loosely put me in mind of another famous Bennet family). Amanda's father works for Colby Enterprises and, as a little girl she had a huge crush on Jarod Colby, wealthy heir of the town's richy-rich family. However, after a brief, humiliating run-in with a snobby and rude Jarod in high school (shoulda been a hint here for her of things to come), she thought she was cured of her girlish fantasies.

Then came the night of the yearly cotillion, and Jarod Colby is instantly attracted to the beautiful Amanda. Amanda is swept off her feet, however, Jarod expects a sophisticated affair and Amanda wants love. Jarod becomes angry and from this point blows hot and cold by turns. Eventually, Amanda's father has a stroke and ends up in the hospital. How to pay for all the bills? She strikes a deal with Jarod who says he'll pay for everything if she marries him.

Why marriage, I ask you? Doesn't he have all the cards? Sheez. Anyway, from there a turbulent story takes a decided nose dive. As if it wasn't bad enough already. Now we've got an autocratic, brooding hero, and our heroine, tortured with love, goes from already spineless to a puddle of primordial ooze. Jarod insists that he doesn't want children so of course Amanda ends up pregnant and he rejects her repeatedly while all she can do is cry and tell him how much she loves him.

I don't know about you, but cycles of male contempt and a woman grovelling for love is not my idea of enthralling romance. If you decide to read this, my advice is to buy the book so you can throw it around and alleviate some pent up frustration. Sadly, I was reading the digital version.
Beazerdred
This book was a huge disappointment to me! I have a compulsion to finish every book I start but this one made that task very difficult! Jordan was such a pig headed jerk! And Amanda was such a coward! He practically turned her into a whore forcing her to marry him to help her family financially. I picked this book up at a garage sale and next summer I'll be selling it in mine. Janet, you've come a long way baby!
Doath
Janet Dailey, as always did a great job in exposing the estacy of attraction. I found and read only the middle half of that book when I was sixteen years old, and was so captivated and hooked that I have been looking for that book ever since. Now in my forties I still can't get that book out of my thoughts. I Janet Dailey is a woman whom I feel is or has been in love and understands the beautiful and compelling feeling that God intended to be experienced between a man and a woman. It is a beautiful book.
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