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Y Knot, Montana Territory, 1886

The long-awaited wedding date has finally been set, but when a young Cheyenne woman shows up in the loft of her family's barn, life as Charity McCutcheon knew it is thrust into chaos. Secrets her parents and brother Luke have held now explode, with the power to shake her foundations.

When Brandon Crawford, Charity's intended and sheriff of Y Knot, is drawn away by the haunting memory from a tragic even that happened more than fifteen years ago, the couple faces the first test of their love. Will fate rip them apart? Can Charity and Brandon set their conflicts aside and build a marriage worth waiting for?

Heartfelt, charming, and a journey of true love, Moon Over Montana, book five of the McCutcheon Family series continues the sweeping family saga set in the 1800s Wild West.

©2014 Caroline Fyffe (P)2014 Caroline Fyffe

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THIS IS ONE OF MY ALL TIME FAVORITE BOOKS!!!!

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 & Brandon'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!!

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  • no.one
  • Wimer, Oregon
  • 06-11-18

My favorite so far!

I didn't think I was going to like this book. Not even sure why I thought that now that I've listened to it. Charity's story has been the most exciting of them all.

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More McCutcheon drama

Caroline Fyffe keeps coming with more and more McCutcheon drama, which is a very good thing. There is much worry and confusion when Charity McCutcheon runs away to find out what has happened to her brother John, and Brandon has gone looking for Charity. The family just doesn't know what they will tell their parents if Charity is not found before their return. Then a Cheyenne young woman is found in the loft of Luke's newest barn. She has been injured and is almost dead. When they can communicate with her, she says she is Luke's sister, but Luke didn't know he had a sister. He is very glad to meet her and they do all they can to heal her and get to know her as best they can.

Brandon finds Charity in Texas and they soon find they still love each other and agree to marry as soon as they return to Y-Knot. Soon after their return Brandon receives a letter asking him to come in for an interview for a position he applied for when he though he and Charity were through. He decides he wants to go and he and Charity agree for him to go while she and her mother plan the wedding.

This is a very good book and I believe you will enjoy it too. Caroline Fyffe is a good writer and I look forward to next book.

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great series

I have enjoyed all these books. downloading the next one now. thank you Caroline Fyffe!

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A family and adventure that touches the heart...

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

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 followed 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.

What did you like best about this story?

I loved Brandon's patience and kindness; his love for Chastity and his honor of the law. There is always room in the hearts of the Family for one more person. I also loved the fact that an injured Indian girl was welcome in Luke's home, no questions asked. The book has so many points of interest, it just fills you up.

What does Corey M. Snow bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Feeling, depth of the loving family and heart. His voice inflections are perfect.

Who was the most memorable character of Moon Over Montana: McCutcheon Family Series, Book 5 and why?

Luke! His love and dedication to family without forgetting his heritage is amazing. He is smart and patient without arrogance. I have to mention that I fell in love with Brandon all over again too. What a guy!

Any additional comments?

I'm totally hooked on audiobooks now.

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  • Terri
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  • 07-22-15

This series just keep s getting better...

I received this audio book in exchange for a honest and unbiased review. OMG, I love this series! It just keeps getting better and better. It is such a treat to keep visiting the Old West! I love listening to all the details about their lives. It is one of those things where you say it's a great place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there! In this book we get to see the characters of Charity and her family, along with her future and we get to see Luke again. There is a big surprise for Luke and the whole family in this book. A really good surprise.

The author, Caroline Fyffe has won my heart over with this series. Every one of her books are just fantastic to listen to. I don't want them to ever end. All the plots, the twists and turns along with the kindness and sweetness people had back then. It's a great series. The narrator, Corey M Snow did a great job delivering the book to us too with all his voices and accents. He was really fun to listen to, and very entertaining. I really prefer female narrators in my books, but Corey did a wonderful job! This book was shear pleasure to hear! Kudos to you both!

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Wonderful story!

What made the experience of listening to Moon Over Montana: McCutcheon Family Series, Book 5 the most enjoyable?

The characters. I love all of the McCutcheons, but Charity is special. Great story. Love the narrator.

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Moon Over Montana

Every book from the The McCutcheon Family Series allows me to visit with old friends.
These characters are so real that it feels as though I am reading stories about real people who lived in another time.

It was wonderful to watch both Charity and Brandon mature and learn to better communicate. I have to say that my favorite scene was the very last were Charity's brother's got some well deserved payback!

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THE MARRIAGE OF CHARITY AND BRANDON

The fifth story in the McCutcheon Family Series will have more than one story going on at the same time, but they will intertwine. It will have the return of Charity McCutcheon and Sheriff Brandon Crawford from book two, Texas Twilight. During Charity’s little secret jaunt to Texas to see her brother John, Brandon will follow her there and must rescue her. In the process, she will finally acknowledge that she is in love with him and now they plan to marry immediately upon return to Y Knot.

The story will also bring someone to see Luke that will haunt Flood of the past when Claire was kidnapped by Cheyenne Indians when Matthew and Mark were just little boys. It took Flood a year to find her and bargain to get her away from her Indian husband. Claire is pregnant, but Flood is willing to accept and raise the child, Luke. When a young Indian woman shows up injured, it will be Claire who can communicate with the girl using the Cheyenne's tongue. This is a nightmare all over again for Flood.

The plot of the story will come together with the story of Brandon and Charity declaring their love and planning a wedding. Unhappy about the one month wait that Claire has asked for, she can’t believe that Brandon agreed. What is going on with him? Then this Indian girl, Fox Dancing, has stated that she is the half-sister of her white brother, Luke.

There are two dead miners, which appear to have shot each other, plus a calf that has been poorly shot by an Indian. Now Brandon is assisting the Sheriff of Pine Grove with this case, but things just aren’t adding up. Knowing that an injured Indian girl has shown up at Luke’s home has people ready to accuse her of the crimes. It will take a level-headed Luke and Brandon to work on solving the mysteries. But not everyone is understanding or willing to stay within the legal limits of the law. The tension between the whites and Indians is still prevalent, and it is known that not all Indians have gone to the reservations. This will become a matter of life and death for Fox Dancing.

Fox Dancing isn’t just a female Indian, she has proven herself a warrior, just like a young brave would. She has done a vision quest, wears an amulet that holds her talisman and can track. She isn’t happy that her father has agreed to allow Painted Bear Stone to claim her as his wife by the next moon. She will steal away in the night, with the goal of finding her white half-brother, Luke. But Painted Bear Stone doesn’t just want her as a wife and woman to give him children, he has cared for her since they were young, and he will prove it. The story takes the reader on the journey of Fox Dancing, Painted Bear Stone, Luke McCutcheon along with his mother, Claire, and the union of Charity and Brandon.

Note: I own the ebook and the audible copy of this book. Not only did I enjoy listening to the story, but so did my husband on a recent trip.

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This book is good but.

I really liked the book but thought the last paragraph unnecessary. Would have been better if it would have ended on the second to last storyline.

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  • Sarah-Jane
  • 09-18-18

Moon over Montana

Charity sometimes sounds like a drag queen
Disappointing as it spoils the effect and is unconvincing