I really enjoyed listening to this story. The narrator used different voices for each character and it made it easier to tell who was speaking. John ..Show More »Jake McCutcheon has just graduated from medical school and is on his way to begin his career in Rio Wells, Texas, near his Uncle Winston McCutcheon's ranch. John's stage is attacked by Comancheros and he was cut on his face, making a dramatic beginning. When John meets his cousin Dustin there is a tenseness and you know there will be trouble between them. For those that look forward to each book, following the McCutcheon family, you will thoroughly enjoy this story. John's sister, Charity makes an unexpected visit and Brandon follows her, adding to the drama.
In this book by Caroline Fyffe, we get to know Evie Davenport. Evie has worked as a maid for the Mail Order Brides ever since her mother died. One..Show More » day Evie steals a letter and answers it as a prospective bride. Evie sets up a contract with Chance Holcumb in Why Not, Montana and sets out to become his bride. I smiled through out this most of this book. It was hilarious when Evie freaked over a Spider. I laugh because I always scream too! This book was so good, I started it this afternoon and listened to the entire book! In this book we learn such things as making a Chocolate Mashed Potato Cake. That was a new one for me. Evie can clean a house like no one else, but she can't cook. I just loved to see the relationship between Evie & Chance blossom. At one point, I even wanted to kick Chance & tell him to straighten up or else! I found this story to be a witty, charming, sweet ,western romance! To sum it up, this book is FUN! Even the Epilogues in these books are fun! I loved the multiple voices i n this story. The voices of Chance & Evie were especially spot on. They sounded very authentic to me. The narrator, Lara Asmundson did a great job reading this book once again! The story itself was quite captivating. Caroline Fyffe had me sitting at my desk the whole night. Silly as it is, I couldn't turn it off as I was afraid I would miss something! Thank you ladies!
Absolutely! This storyline can be enjoyed by anyone and everyone. The writing and editing of the book, as well as the audiobook, is perfect. Having fo..Show More »llowed the McCutcheon Family since the beginning, this particular event filled book is the reason for such a solid foundation within the brothers and their loving care of Chastity, their "little" sister. Listening to their lives in audio brings even more feeling.
I received this audio book by Caroline Fyffe in exchange for a honest and unbiased review. Katherine is book 6 of the McCutcheon Family Series. It was..Show More » so much fun listening to this audio book. Hearing Evie and Heather again as they helped Kathrine in Y Knot upon her arriving (even though Katherine didn't remember them). You have to read the book to find out why... Even hearing letters from Lina was great. I love the Mail-Order Brides of the West books. It is so much fun when I read a book and I know the characters from others books, it's like a welcome home feeling. I adore the Old West books too! I love hearing about how life was back then and how nice and sweet everyone was. If only life could be that way now. This book is just as exciting as all the others in this series! Never a dull moment either.
The author, Caroline Fyffe amazes me with her writing. I love hearing about just a little kiss was a big deal back then. Even way back then, the women had the powers over men. The narrator, Lara Asmundson did a fantastic job once again with all the voices and accents of the characters, sounding almost like she was there! I love Lina voice and Katherine's voice is really nice too. What a great series to listen to / read. I recommend everyone give these books a chance (but the audio books are even better)! Good job ladies!
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.