Calder Storm by Janet Dailey

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Filled with passion, suspense, heartbreak, and hope, Calder Storm is an enthralling love story.

With his rugged-cowboy looks, Trey Calder could have his pick of women. But he’s been holding out for someone special, and the minute he lays eyes on photographer Sloan Davis, he knows he’s found her, and within weeks the two are married. It’s a dream come true for the orphaned Sloan…until Trey makes a startling discovery about just who Sloan is and what she’s really after.

Passion turns into suspicion and a dangerous game is set in motion, putting everything the Calders have worked for over the generations on the line. A formidable enemy has been lying in wait. Someone who will use whatever means necessary to control their land, their lives, and their legacy forever. Trey Calder has been trained to take over his family’s ranch, to protect what is theirs. Now the time has come for a Calder son to make a stand and hope that his way is the right way.

“The passion, spirit and strength readers expect from a Calder story—and a Calder hero—shine through…” —Publishers Weekly on Lone Calder Star

 

About Janet Dailey

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Janet Dailey is a romance writer and novelist. She is from Branson, Missouri. Dailey's career began with the novel, No Questions Asked. She is one of the bestselling writers in the world and has been published in 19 languages in 98 countries. She has written nearly 100 novels. In 1993, Janet Dailey received the Romance Writers of America Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of significant contributions to romantic fiction and the romance genre.
 
Published September 1, 2007 by Zebra Books. 488 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Westerns, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Children's Books. Fiction

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Jessy, a cowhand's daughter, grew up on the ranch and shares a love for the land with Ty and Ty's father, Chase.

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the charm of all Dailey's Calder women lies in their clear-headed grit.) Still, the passion, spirit and strength readers expect from a Calder story-and a Calder hero-shine through, as does the author's gift for vividly bringing the western landscape to life.

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Fifteen years after Calder Born, Calder Bred, the last novel in her popular family saga, and two years after her well-publicized legal battle with Nora Roberts, who successfully sued her for plagiarism (Dailey's stressful domestic situation was generally accepted as the cause), Dailey has written...

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When Laredo learns Chase's identity from the hotel where Chase had been staying, he packs Hattie and Chase in his truck and heads to the Triple C Ranch in Montana, where Chase's "funeral" is underway.

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