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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 488 pages
  • Publisher: Zebra; Reprint edition (August 28, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 082177543X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0821775431
  • Product Dimensions: 4.3 x 1.1 x 7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,077 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From Publishers Weekly

Fans of bestseller Dailey's romantic westerns will relish this ninth entry (after Lone Calder Star) in her series about the Montana ranching dynasty of the title. When Trey Calder, fifth generation scion and handsome heir to Triple C Ranch, falls for sexy photographer Sloan Davis, he brings her home to the ranch to meet his tight-knit clan. All seems idyllic after the young couple marry, until Trey learns of a connection from Sloan's past that erodes trust between them. Meanwhile, Trey, Sloan and the rest of the Calders face increasing danger from a man with a score to settle with the family. While the action unfolds slowly, juicy romance, the looming threat of vengeance on the Calders and vivid descriptions of big sky country will hold readers' attention until the dramatic conclusion. (July)
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Trey, the third in the Calder family to bear the name Chase Benteen Calder, falls hopelessly in love at first sight with photographer Sloan Davis at a bucking-horse and bull sale and celebration. Within a week he has proposed, and she has accepted. Orphaned at age six, Sloan grew up in boarding schools and at expensive camps, but her guardian, who she calls Uncle Max, advises her to get a prenuptial agreement before marrying Trey. As they settle into married life together at the homestead on the sprawling and isolated Triple C Ranch, Sloan at first feels welcomed by the family but then begins to worry that she is alienating the Calder clan. While pregnant with their first child, Sloan begins to suspect Trey of cheating, and Trey discovers that Sloan's Uncle Max is Max Rutledge, the Calder's most deadly enemy. More of a suspenseful soap opera than a romance, Dailey does give her readers an exciting climax and a happily ever after. Diana Tixier Herald
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Can't wait to read more books about the Calder family.
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I stayed up until one thirty last night just to finish this book it was so good I couldn't put it down.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on August 25, 2006
Format: Hardcover
I have read every book in the Calder series in the order they were published. (By the way, for newcomers, they are meant to be read like this: This Calder Range, Stands A Calder Man, This Calder Sky, Calder Born-Calder Bred, Calder Pride, Green Calder Grass, Shifting Calder Wind, Calder Promise, Lone Calder Star and Calder Storm.) I read This Calder Sky first, just as Ms. Dailey wrote it. She then went back in time to write the two prequels. I still believe that book was the best.

I have reviewed the four most recent books here on Amazon, and I couldn't help expressing my disappointment with them. Thankfully, I think the last two are a step back in the right direction.

All the Calder books have two basic elements, romance and danger. Ms. Dailey excels at the romance part. We love the Calders, and we love it when they fall in love. Each story also includes a plotline where someone is greedy or jealous of all the Calders have built, and that's where the mystery/danger comes in. I, and many others, have criticized Janet Dailey's penchant for killing off characters. I don't want to spoil anything for readers, but a couple people die in this one, too. Personally, I didn't feel too broken up about them. This book was mostly about the love story, and I think that's why it was good. Trey and Sloan's romance starts quickly and burns hot. Sloan is a likable character (unlike Trey's twin sister, Laura, who was the heroine of Calder Promise).

The thing that drives me crazy, in this and the last few books, is the way the author plays with time. She employs the standard soap opera trick of rapid aging to get maximum story out of the family. I guess without it we wouldn't have all the books, but it just bugs me.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Marchioness on August 25, 2006
Format: Hardcover
I have read all in the Calder Series and will continue to read for as long as Ms. Dailey continues to write about them. This was a nice addition. Not as emotionally engaging as the first 3 or 4 but worth the time.

Young Trey has fallen in love and fallen hard. Truly, if ever there was love at first sight, this was it. Sloan, his love, was a little slower in getting there but could not escape the magic for very long. They got married and then old Max Rutledge starting his campaign to tear this young couple apart - quite successfully.

Ms. Dailey tracks how this fantasy love slowly dissolves as it falls prey to distrust, innuendos, malice and old wounds ending with Sloan leaving Trey for the enemy's camp. It is a little disconcerting that Sloan would and could not believe the Calders unless she had heard directly from the "horses mouth" what he was up to. Love alone would not have conquered all. Sloan did not go through the same process that Dallas in Lone Star did in which she concluded that her love for Quint was the most important thing. All's well that ends well however as soon Sloan returns to her home and the genuine love and care that the Calders have to offer.

Some other observations: I read my first Calder book (Stands A Calder Man) at 17 so I have been growing up with them. I found that I could not quite relate to Trey as a true hero. Despite Ms. Dailey struggling mightily to equate the physical and the physique to the legendary Calder's indomitable spirit, Trey came across at times (just sometimes now) as indifferent at best and downright shallow at worst. Yes he was young but so was Chase when we first met him. Ty was even younger.

I was also deeply troubled by the callous way JD dealt with Tara's death.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Harriet Klausner #1 HALL OF FAME on July 5, 2006
Format: Hardcover
In Montana, Trey Calder, heir to the Calder Cattle Company and its vast Triple C Ranch, meets photographer Sloan Davis at the Miles City Bucking Horse Sale known locally as the "Cowboys Mardi Gras". The pair is attracted immediately to one another and sees each other even after everyone has left Miles City for their homes. After a short courtship and a warm welcome to the family-less newcomer, they both know they are in love and marry.

Paradise collapses shortly after Sloan learns she is pregnant as each soon finds a reason to distrust the other. Trey has found about a secret that Sloan kept from him about her past, a link to Fort Worth's Maresco CEO, Max Rutledge, who blames the Calders for the death of his son. Sloan begins to hear that Trey is having an affair, drug trafficking, and the family plans to bury her reputation with dirt including some that is made up if they fail to uncover enough to do a real nasty spin.

Though a bit slow paced, the latest Calder saga tale grips fans of the series due to the heat, passion, and anger between the fifth generation and the outsider orphan. Rutledge provides a powerful realistic threat as he gradually spreads his venom while the support cast, mostly family members and of course the Big Sky Country, add depth to the best entry in several years.

Harriet Klausner
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By Judy Mize on June 22, 2014
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Love all the Calder books ! Got t read all the books in this series ! I've already read three of them ! Janet Daly is a wonderful writer !
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By Suzi on June 18, 2014
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So many things about the Calder series is incredible, love, hate, passion, mystery, you just have to know what's next and keep following your heart! Wonderful read for most anyone as it's set in Cowboy theme, but many twists and turns along the way!!!
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