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Publisher's Summary

New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Debra Holland’s sweeping Montana Sky saga continues in Bright Montana Sky

Sweetwater Springs, Montana, 1896.

Jilted seamstress Constance Taylor travels to Sweetwater Springs to live with her estranged father, the livery stable owner. She plans to open a dressmaking shop and bring sophisticated clothing styles to the frontier town.

Doctor Angus Cameron is bitter and discouraged from his work with upper-class Londoners and the wretched poor in the East End slums. He arrives in Sweetwater Springs to join the medical practice of his brother, the town doctor.

Sparks fly when Constance and Angus clash over her fashionable creations, which he believes are unhealthy. Every encounter worsens their relationship, and the pair fights their ill-suited attraction. For love to grow, two stubborn souls must call a truce to their battle of wills.

As always, Debra Holland enchants with her warm, uplifting portrayal of life and love in a small town.

©2016 Debra Holland (P)2016 Debra Holland

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Another great book

I have enjoyed every book in this series! The story and the narrator make you feel like you’re a part of the town.

In this book you finally get to meet Mac’s daughter and Dr. Cameron’s brother. Both are referenced in earlier books. Constance and Angus have a rough first meeting. Fortunately each of them gives the other a second chance.

I’m looking forward to the next book in the series.

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Bright Montana Sky: The Montana Sky Series, Book 8

Constance and Angus made me smile because they were so awkward around each other at first. Fortunately, Angus had a wise older brother to help him win over Constance. Constance's reaction to The Letter was my favorite part of the story. I am looking forward to more Constance and Angus in future books because their story was a wonderful addition to the series.

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Sweet Story!

Debra Holland never disappoints me. She has given us another Sweet Water Springs Story. I so enjoy hearing of the people of that town, even if they are only in our minds. This one is about Dr. Camron’s brother, Dr. Angus newly arrived from Scotland and a seamstress Constance who has newly arrived also. I wish I could give more stars than five. Anyone can read or listen to it. The narrator did a fabulous job.

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Bright Montana Sky by Debra Holland

Sweet historical small town romance with so much heart. I love this series. With each book you revisit the growing frontier town, and the amazing families while a couple courts each other. Some books are practical as was needed in the times. Many deal with both life and death and hardship. That’s part of what’s makes them special. They become family.

This book, the 8th in the series, has a new doctor in town and his first run-in with the heroine has him frowning in disapproval of her tight corset. He knows how unhealthy a corset is but as a dressmaker, fashion is important to her. A career woman. Two of the many stumbling blocks they need to resolve.
It’s sweet and heartwarming and a little bit poignant. So many secondary characters that I want to know more about too.
A town from the past with a rosy glow. It’s a bit of escape from today’s mad world. I can’t wait for the next edition.

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another great story

very pretty addition. to the series very predictable just adding new character s to the. already saga. cc

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Bright Montana Sky #8

Where does Bright Montana Sky rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I'm relatively new to audio books. I liked this one as much as the last few I've listened to.

What other book might you compare Bright Montana Sky to and why?

I would compare it to any of the others in the Montana Sky series - if you enjoy the town of Sweetwater Springs and the wonderful people that populate it, you'll enjoy this latest addition to the Montana Sky world.

What about Lara Asmundson’s performance did you like?

It was easy to differentiate between characters because she was good about using accents and inflections.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Sleepy towns make the best dreams come true

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A new Doctor in Town

What did you love best about Bright Montana Sky?

I enjoyed the Story of Doc Cameron's baby brother Angus and Mac Taylor's daughter Constance. The constant battler between the two was quite humorous.

Who was your favorite character and why?

I just loved Dr. Angus because every time he tried to be helpful it seemed to backfire, and for such a handsome young man he had no idea how to communicate with the fairer sex. I found myself cringing a couple of times.

What three words best describe Lara Asmundson’s voice?

Not for me.

Any additional comments?

I love Debra Hollands writing and this would have been a 5 star rating but this particular narrator was not one that I enjoyed for the reading of this book.