Caroline Fyffe
Montana Snowfall
September 04, 2019 Comments.. 318
Montana Snowfall Caroline Fyffe MONTANA SNOWFALL McCutcheon Family Series, Book 7 Y Knot, Montana Territory, 1886 When Roady Guthrie, longtime foreman for the McCutcheon ranch, takes time off to go bear hunting, he never expects to find a young woman asleep in his hunting cabin in the midst of a snowstorm Worried what their unchaperoned situation will do to her reputation, Roady is uneasy when the snoMONTANA SNOWFALL McCutcheon Family Series, Book 7 Y Knot, Montana Territory, 1886 When Roady Guthrie, longtime foreman for the McCutcheon ranch, takes time off to go bear hunting, he never expects to find a young woman asleep in his hunting cabin in the midst of a snowstorm Worried what their unchaperoned situation will do to her reputation, Roady is uneasy when the snowfall keeps them stranded just long enough for him to lose his heart Sally Stanford has a secret one that sent her running from St Louis to Y Knot and into arms of her sister A secret that would shatter Roady s high opinion of her, if he knew When Sally realizes her plan is doomed to fail, she turns to the only man she trusts Continue the McCutcheon family saga in Montana Snowfall, Book 7 of the McCutcheon Family Series, a heartfelt western historical romance by USA Today Bestselling author Caroline Fyffe.. Montana Snowfall MONTANA SNOWFALL McCutcheon Family Series Book Y Knot Montana Territory When Roady Guthrie longtime foreman for the McCutcheon ranch takes time off to go bear hunting he never expects to
  • Title: Montana Snowfall
  • Author: Caroline Fyffe
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    1. Gaufre says:

      Read this only if you read the other books in the seriesDNF 22% It is a quite nice novel but I decided to stop because the story did not move fast enough I had to read 13 chapters yes, 13 to get to the part that was advertised in the first two lines of the blurb, where Roadie finds Sally in a cabin Part of it is the fact that this is not a stand alone romance Half of the chapters are dedicated to Amy making a meal for her sister in laws and their families And I don t know who Amy is because I di [...]

    2. Joleen says:

      I have to admit, this review started off about my preference in story style than in the author s writing, or the simple story of the book My preference is a Christian based book.I had read another Caroline Fyffe book years before and liked it It was of a Christian religious romantic historical fiction book, so I assumed this one might be the same Don t get me wrong, this one was sweet There was some language, albeit not nasty Perhaps I expected too much Perhaps if I had read it as a non Chris [...]

    3. Cynthia says:

      For me this story was like welcoming a family home you haven t seen in awhile, if you have read listen to the other books in this series or the mail order bride series you have already met most of these characters as the author gives a compelling story of each character in past books This is another audio you will have trouble putting down as you visit with old friends and met new ones The author tells a story that you will want to reach in grab Sally out of the book and hold her close Even toda [...]

    4. Vikki Vaught says:

      This is an enjoyable read I liked the characters a great deal and it has an interesting plot I listened to the audio book and the narrator did an excellent job.

    5. B. D. Mann says:

      As the 7th book in the McCutcheon Family Series, Caroline Fyffe continues on a roll in delivering outstanding, well written clean romance stories However, the reader is cautioned to start at the beginning of the series and read the books in order There is simply too much overlap with major characters from book to book to enable stand alone books In Montana Snowfall the character of Roady Guthrie who has been a major supporting player in previous novels comes into his own We also know Sally Stanf [...]

    6. Terri says:

      I was gifted Montana Snowfall McCutcheon Family Series Book 7 by Caroline Fyffe in exchange for a honest and unbiased review I love this book and the entire series Ms Fyffe has a way of using her words to keep me glued to my seat I love hearing about the Old West Days and every book in this series just gets better than the last I can t wait for the next book to come along Listening to this audio book makes it so much easier for me to picture everything the narrators says The landscaping, the get [...]

    7. Kathleen says:

      ENCHANTINGI love how the characters from the books in the series are incorporated Very vivid descriptions,emotionally charged and tender Small details draw you in the thin small arms of hickory the piece of leather holding his long hair Sally playing checkers with Roady in the hunting cabin flood describing love at first sight,when opening his front door in a blizzard finding Claire And Luke well that s a story in its self,his great love for his family The close knit community of family and frie [...]

    8. Cheryl says:

      Love Those McCutcheons I just n t get enough of the McCutcheon family and their friends in Y Knot Each story touches my heart Sally s story has a sad beginning Often I wanted to shake her and tell her to tell Roady the whole story Then I had to step back and realize I might have been just as naive as she is It is different looking at her situation from the reader s point of view Roady is the perfect hero I really liked getting to know Hickory as he joined the story too A young orphan hungry for [...]

    9. C. says:

      Love, Love, Loved this one Got as a Kindle Freebie, now MUST READ the others in this series

    10. Jacqueline Driggers says:

      This was a good book, but, it is most definitely NOT a stand alone novel It s part of a continued series, and it reads like one There is a lot of characters in this book, and bits of story here and there about them Yes, there is the story about the 2 main characters, but about 1 3 to 1 2 of the book is about these other characters It has a definite continued series feel to it There are stories started but not finished in this book, and you re left with the feeling that they were continued from a [...]

    11. Miriam Rivera says:

      Historical at its best We continue with the Adventures of the little town Y knot, and it s wonderful residents Rodey a simple cowboy and Sally a big city girl get married under difficult circumstances He s afraid he s not good enough and she thinks he deserves better than her Together they takes on a beautiful journey of strength and love.

    12. Cathy says:

      Y Knot, Montana Territory, 1886 When Roady Guthrie, longtime foreman for the McCutcheon ranch, takes time off to go bear hunting, he never expects to find a young woman asleep in his hunting cabin in the midst of a snowstorm Worried what their unchaperoned situation will do to her reputation, Roady is uneasy when the snowfall keeps them stranded just long enough for him to lose his heart Sally Stanford has a secret one that sent her running from St Louis to Y Knot and into arms of her sister A s [...]

    13. Barb Klein says:

      Montana Snowfall by Caroline Fyffe was a very good read In her novel, Ms Fyffe portrays a young St Louis girl from a big family who is desperate to leave She concocts a story about visiting her sister and husband in Y Knot, Montana, even though she has not let them know that she is coming Her reason for going away is to spare her family the shame she feels for the predicament she is in Personally, I think her refusal to let her family help her is misguided However, it does make for a good storyl [...]

    14. Maria Thomas says:

      I didn t realize this is part of a series It took a long time for me to figure out how one set of characters intertwined with other characters Reading them in order would probably have taken care of that problem Sweet and predictable but a pleasant enough read As is typical, the lack of communication is the underlying difficulty in the marriage relationship Some references to the fact that Sally is in trouble due to rape which occurred before the book begins Some references to the marriage bed a [...]

    15. Sheila Parker says:

      MONTANA SNOWFALL, WHAT A BEAUTIFUL STORYMontana Snowfall is the sixth book I ve read in the McCutcheon series by Caroline Fyffe They are entertaining, and I m defintely hooked on the series Although I ve enjoyed all the books, I think this is the one I ve enjoyed the most Caroline Fyffe tells beautiful and fascinating stories about the cowboys of Montana in the 1870 s and the women who love them I ve already ordered number 7.

    16. Tracy Sylvester says:

      Roady McCutcheon is a hardworking ranch hand He lives by ranch hand rules with several other ranch hands Roady hasn t had the best upbringing and life was difficult growing up Some incidents in his life throw him in the path of Sally Standford who is running from her own problems.Early snowfall comes and hits the area hard This early storm puts both Sally and Roady on the same path to meet up This is a beautifully written romance novel.

    17. Dana Dobias says:

      An Eventful Continuation of the Series This plot was entirely different from previous books This author comes up with different trials and obstacles to overcome for each book Additionally, she doesn t focus on one main couple to the exclusion of everything and everyone else why create a series if you ignore previous and future characters I thoroughly enjoyed this book and hope she writes many

    18. Janet Knice says:

      Love the family and extended family I would like to spend time with themI love the time period Simple hard working people As aChild in the 1940 s I lived on the Montana prairies it brings back memories Also it is so hard to find clean readingThese days I love your work and can t put it down.

    19. Deborah F. Morales says:

      Good Love StoryMontana Snowfall is a sweet, endearing love story I enjoy reading love stories and stories about the old west, so Montana Snowfall fit the bill Highly recommended

    20. Joanne Reinhart says:

      Tender and sweet The trust Roady instills in Sarah is admirable Ever on guard but on the hunt for the woman he loves regardless of where she s been Loved every moment of it.

    21. Annette Graham says:

      So very good Don t want to put it down after I start it Well written, great characters, beautiful country, terrific storyline, ending in way to want to start next one NOW

    22. Sandra says:

      My favorite of all the McCutcheon books I ve read.

    23. Bette Lentz says:

      The truth frees Good people find their true loves, but first there are some misunderstandings along the way The Montana frontier is a perfect setting for this western story.

    24. Jaimed says:

      FineThe story moves a little slow at first, but once it got going it kept your attention I liked the characters and enjoyed Roady.

    25. Janet Wild says:

      A cosy western romanceEnjoyable read steady plot, good links into previous books and continues to fill out the family saga Look forward to reading book 8.

    26. Mary says:

      Marriagewhy not I have enjoyed a couple of books by Caroline Fyffe I felt Roady was a stand up man, even when he thought of himself as only a cowboy or ranch hand I thought Sally kept thinking so much of herself as bringing shame to the family was right for the time, but also thought she was too focused on herself Finally relieved when she focused on making a life for her child SpoilerThe side story of Cade Morrow had me expecting to read about him, and I have to admit I really didn t like him [...]

    27. Betty Smith says:

      A different twist to a western.A story that keeps your interest until the last page Not your usual run of the mill western I loved all the characters in the book.

    28. Cindy Nipper says:

      I love this book and the entire series I enjoyed them all in audio format

    29. Peggy Rheinlaender says:

      Montana western romanceI gave this western romance a 5 star rating the book took many crooks and turns to keep you wandering how it would end Easy read with interest.

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