This Calder Sky

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Simon and Schuster, Feb 1, 2011 - Fiction - 496 pages
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The great Calder empire stretched across the Montana plains as far as the eye could see. Everyone knew a Calder's word was law and that one day Chase Calder would carry the family name to new glories. But for handsome, arrogant Chase Calder there was also beautiful Maggie O'Rourke, who came to him in innocence and stirred in him a deep, insistent longing. But Maggie was determined to be free from the harsh codes of hard men. And even Chase Calder's strong arms couldn't keep her. Still, in them both burned the raw passion of the land...where even the greatest love must fight to live beneath This Calder Sky.
 

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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
17
Section 3
31
Section 4
47
Section 5
61
Section 6
93
Section 7
111
Section 8
125
Section 19
271
Section 20
279
Section 21
293
Section 22
301
Section 23
317
Section 24
327
Section 25
335
Section 26
347

Section 9
141
Section 10
161
Section 11
177
Section 12
191
Section 13
203
Section 14
219
Section 15
233
Section 16
239
Section 17
253
Section 18
263
Section 27
361
Section 28
373
Section 29
387
Section 30
401
Section 31
415
Section 32
431
Section 33
447
Section 34
465
Section 35
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Janet Dailey is the author of scores of popular and uniquely American novels, including such bestsellers as Scrooge Wore Spurs, A Capital Holiday, The Glory Game, The Pride of Hannah Wade, and the phenomenal Calder saga, including the newest title in the series, Shifting Calder Wind. Her romantic fiction has also been featured in a story anthology, The Only Thing Better Than Chocolate. Since her first novel was published in 1975, Janet Dailey has become the bestselling female author in America, with more than 300,000,000 copies of her books in print. Her books have been published in seventeen languages and are sold in ninety countries. Janet Dailey's careful research and her intimate knowledge of America have made her one of the best-loved authors in the country and around the world.

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