Book Review: Montana Snowfall by Caroline Fyffe

Montana SnowfallTitle: Montana Snowfall
Author: Caroline Fyffe
Series: McCutcheon Family
Release Date: March 18th 2015
Book Summary:

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.


Cheryls review

I just can’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 love and trust, Hickory will surely turn into a hero in a future book. I can’t wait!

5 stars

Rating: 5 Stars – I loved it!!!

Content: Clean

Source: ebook for review

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