Once again Dailey presents an action-packed Calder-filled tale. Many familiar faces appear in this story of
manipulation, misunderstanding and revenge served cold. Though the romance is there, the lack of understanding and trust between the main characters causes one to doubt
that they share a love that will last
a lifetime.

When Trey Calder meets photographer Sloan Davis, the attraction is immediate, and it isn't long before they're married. But Max Rutledge is out to exact revenge on the Calders for the death of his son at the hands of a Calder grandson, even though it was ruled a crime of self-defense. Through his connection as Sloan's honorary uncle, Max soon finds a way to bring discord into the idyllic life of Trey, Sloan and all the Calders at the Triple C Ranch. (Kensington, Jul., 384 pp., $24.00)
Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley