It might have been nearly four hundred years since the Montagues and Capulets wove their deathly web, but Shakespeare knew that the sins of the parents are recreated generation after generation. And so it was with the Stephens and the Daniels, the owners of Oregon's leading lumber mills. Separated at the age of twenty-one, Ashley Stephens and Trevor Daniels tried to deny the flames of passion that refused to die for eight long years. But on the election eve of Trevor's senatorial race, with leading executives at Stephens Timber Corporation pledging to do him in, Ashley and Trevor looked more like Romeo and Juliet than their forefathers would ever dare to admit.
Lumber trade -- United States -- Oregon -- Fiction.