Calder Storm by Janet Dailey

Calder Storm

byJanet Dailey

Kobo ebook | September 1, 2007

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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. 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.
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. 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 . . .
Praise for Janet Dailey and her bestselling Calder novels
“Dailey's latest romantic suspense, with all its secrets, intrigue, and machinations . . . will continue to please.”

** **
“The passion, spirit and strength readers expect from a Calder story—and a Calder
hero—shine through.”
Publishers Weekly on Lone Calder Star
*** ***
“Dailey confirms her place as a top megaseller.”
Kirkus Reviews on Calder Pride

Title:Calder StormFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 1, 2007Publisher:KensingtonLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1420112201

ISBN - 13:9781420112207

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from More of the same This is Trey Calder's story. Trey falls heavily for Sloan, a photographer. They marry quickly and Sloan is introduced to Calder ranch and the multitude of Calders living there. However, there is a problem when Trey discovers Sloan is Max Rutledge's ward. The Rutledges and Calders have been enemies forever. Rutledge would like nothing better than to destroy the Calders and if he can use Sloan he will. All this comes to light as Sloan discovers she is pregnant. Sloan and Trey must battle through distrust, innuendos and spite. Neither seems to be able to directly confront the other. Dailey has again killed off a major character, albeit not one as well liked this time. I just do not see the purpose of this death unless it is a way of dealing with too many characters. The romance in these books is getting a little formulaic.
Date published: 2011-06-02