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Janet Dailey’s name is synonymous with romance. Careful writing and brilliant characterizations create an engrossing read. An Original Publication of POCKET BOOKS.

Janet Dailey’s name is synonymous with romance. A master storyteller of romantic tales, Dailey weaves all the ‘musts’ together to create the perfect love story. Dailey is a smooth, experienced romance writer. Books by Janet Dally. Calder Born, Calder Bred. A Pocket Star Book published by POCKET BOOKS, a division of Simon & Schuster, Inc. 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020.

The last of their canteens of water was empty. The decision Holt had postponed had to be made now, and Guy reminded him of it. We’re out of water. What are we going to do? he challenged. s haven’t had any since this morning. We’ll wait until five. If the stallion hasn’t brought the mares in by then, we’ll go to the waterhole. Five o’clock came and went with no sign of the white stallion and his mares. Diana sensed Holt’s reluctance to enter the canyon, but the overriding concern was their own need for water.

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  • Dream
It was not large print. But due to the age of the publishing date I elected to keep the book and aired it out. Again it was a very dusty book. I am finally able to read the Rogue. It is an excellent read. The tension between Holt, the father, Guy his son and the love interest Diana, daughter of The Major, owner of this huge ranch, makes the story more interesting. But the real rogue in this book is a maverick white stallion who steals prize winning mares from the Somers mega ranch after killing the multi-million dollar arabian studs on the ranch. The chase of Holt, Guy,Rube and Diana to retrieve their mares in the high country and the startling conclusion, makes this a real prize winner to read. Janet Dailey is an excellent story teller who keeps you engaged in the book due to her ability to weave so many details into the plot of this story telling. Excellent. don't miss it.
  • Phenade
It was most enjoyable to read.
  • Malien
This book did not arrive as I expected. I ordered large print and it came standard print. The condition was as expected. I started to read as best I could and was fascinated by the story that I stuck to it even though I had a terrible time with the font. I would recommend the book, which is hard to find. I like western based stories set in the late 1800's before the ease of life sets in.
  • Sardleem
I really loved this book. I couldn't put it down.
  • Burgas
I have read this book many times and always love it.
Janet was one of the first author I started reading in the 8 grade and actually started with this book. Over the years I have come back to her.
  • Cordabor
The Rogue is one of the best of Janet Dailey's book. She has written a clasic here. I hated it when it was over.
  • Kesalard
Diana Somers grew up on an Arabian horse ranch with her father and an assortment of ranch hands. Around the time she was 14, her happy tomboy existence changes when a new ranch hand, Holt Mallory arrives with his son Guy. Holt convinces Diana's father that she should act like a lady, and stop riding stallions and going on trail rides. Diana cooperates and goes to school, but resents Holt terribly, and lets him know it. Meanwhile, Guy, the son, adores Diana and follows her around like a puppy dog.

Well, some stuff happens, and Diana grows up and marries for the wrong reasons, and gets divorced, and returns to the ranch. Guy confesses his love for her and one thing leads to another, in a not especially healthy way. Diana and Holt have a fiery relationship full of acrimony and false accusations, and one thing leads to another, again in a not particularly healthy way.

Meanwhile, there is a mysterious and almost magical white stallion that is stealing mares and starting fights, and generally being a nuisance, but he is too beautiful to kill.

I am giving this book a high rating for a couple of reasons. Remember those horse stories you used to love in middle school where the horse was a metaphor for something sexy and dominating? The wild mustang stallion is the ultimate alpha male. What fun to revisit that theme.

Second, the book is really steamy with a '70's sort of free-love mentality. The heroine sleeps around. And there are consequences. Just because her emotions aren't engaged doesn't mean somebody else's aren't. Which is a good lesson to remember, and something we don't see too much in modern romance books.

So this one is a little different, and a little steamy, with a touch of "oh my I can't believe she did that" in the plot. It's pretty good, if you're in the mood for that kind of thing.
I did not like Diana or Holt for the first half of this book, but Ms Dailey has a way of forcing you to stay with these less than perfect people as they turn into really fine individuals in this western of the 1970's.

Diana was portrayed as a spoiled teenaged girl, used to having her own way, and capable of causing a lot of trouble when things didn't go as she wanted; and a whole lot of trouble was caused between Holt and his son because of Diana.

Holt appeared to be a cold, uncaring father to his son, Guy; but Holt did care about his son and just tried to protect him from the scheming, strong-headed Diana.

Guy worshiped the older girl, Diana, from the day he was brought to the ranch as the new overseer's young son; but even years later, after Diana returned home from a broken marriage, Guy was still very weak, immature, and foolish.

As Diana and Holt learned to see one another in a new light, the story takes on a completely different tempo.

Put everyone's raging harmones together, and you have one whale of a fiesty book.