THIS IS ONE OF MY ALL TIME FAVORITE BOOKS!!!! I ABSOLUTELY LOVE Caroline Fyffe & Her McCutcheon Series!! I have been So SO EXCITED for Charity & Brand..Show More »on's Story & I FINALLY GOT IT & let me tell you IT DEFINITELY DID NOT DISAPPOINT!!! Not only did we get Their story But The Story of Luke's Half Sister!! I can't wait to see what Caroline has in store next!! Now for My Review of COREY M. SNOW, He WAS SO GOOD!! WOW!! YOU COULD TELL THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EACH & EVERY CHARACTER!! IF I COULD GIVE THIS 10 STARS I WOULD!!
I love the historical Era, I love the stubborn young women(& men)I Love THE STETSON'S & I absolutely Love Caroline Fyffe's Books!! It's been fun liste..Show More »ning to a female Narrator read portions of this series!! Lara Did a GREAT JOB!! I LOVE THIS BOOK & CAN'T WAIT FOR MORE!!!
Montana Snowfall: McCutcheon Family Series, Book 7
** spoiler alert ** Luke has always been my favorite so I was very pleased to see him in this book. It was wonderful to see him rescue Hickory. I have..Show More » always found it astounding that orphans were treated so poorly in historical times especially when the Bible spells out that we must care for widows and orphans.
It was a relief to see Jack fired. I am looking forward to seeing his replacement in future books.
I felt bad for Amy but her situation with Cade reminded me of a saying that I have heard. When someone shows you their true face, believe them and always follow your instincts.
I understand why Sally chose not to tell anyone but Roady the truth about her situation but I am sorry that Roady had to sacrifice his good name in order to save Sally and her unborn child from a lifetime of misery.
I just wish that Sally had been able to warn her mother and younger sisters about the monster who they still believe is a friend.
Dustin was introduced in Texas Twilight (McCutcheon Family Book 2). When Lily, the woman he was pursuing, married his cousin John he behaved horribly...Show More » He showed up at their wedding dinner uninvited and started a fight that landed both him and John in jail for the night. His actions lead to the damage of restaurant and ruined John’s and Lily’s wedding night.
When Texas Lonesome (McCutcheon Family Book 8) begins Dustin and his younger brother Chaim are on a mission of mercy to help a friend. While on this mission he crosses paths with Judge Halford, a friend of his father, who happened to like the restaurant he caused damage to. The whole of Texas knows about the McCutcheons and Calhouns feud that has spanned 20 years. In fact Judge Halford knows both patriarchs and counts them as friends.
Sidney Calhoun is the second youngest of the family and has been her brother’s keeper since he was a toddler. She and her other siblings have been taught to hate the McCutcheon Family by their father. I loved Sidney from the moment I met her. She is brave and feisty with a heart of gold.
Dustin surprised me from the very beginning of this story. His redeeming qualities shone through from the moment that he met Sidney. Thanks to the feud started by Sidney’s father he was stuck in a very difficult position. Watching him come to terms with his feelings and learning to fight for what he believed was right was wonderful.
I was thrilled that John and Lily were back in this story. John is another one who had to learn to overcome his pride. Surprisingly, Dustin was very instrumental in him doing that.
This story was a roller-coaster of emotions that I thoroughly enjoyed and highly recommend. While this book can be enjoyed as a stand-alone title, I have loved the entire series. I consider both the Texas and Montana McCutcheons my friends from another period in time and am thrilled to visit with them in each new adventure.