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A Sweet Montana Christmas (Montana Home Book 2) Kindle Edition
|Length: 181 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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|Book 2 of 4 in Montana Home|
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- Publication date : November 20, 2014
- File size : 1133 KB
- Print length : 181 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Tule Publishing Group; 2nd edition (November 20, 2014)
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- ASIN : B00PYPHS9M
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #311,298 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Also As a wonderful surprise I got to read one of Roxanne Snopek's short stories called
Montana Secrets ... The Jackson Family Legacy.
Then it gets frustrating. All the past and hurt feelings are settled in ONE conversation, and not even a long one at that. And Melinda seem to have trouble dealing with her mistake at work and opening up. Then she talks about it to someone she just met. Just because she decides she has to move on.
It is a pity that the characters did not act in a more believable way.
This is the first thing I have read by this author. I will be reading more. This novella is well written, just enough description so I can 'see' the story background. The characters are well developed and the story holds you until the last word. Here is a bit about it.
Austin Sweet has lost everything. His business, wife, home, car, everything. The business, house and car hurt but his wife just about destroyed him. Oh they are still married, not even officially separated but.... She is with her mother and he is here at this broken down old farm his father let him stay at with the understanding he get it ready to sell in the spring. A car driving up to the house woke him from a sound sleep. He rushed to the door pulling on his shirt as he opened the door. There to his amazement stood Melinda, his wife. The best sight in the world. He barely caught her as she fainted. This is the story of what happened after that. Can they reignite their love after the nightmare they lived through?
Austin is living in a run down farmhouse trying to fix it up and get his life back together. He misses his wife, who is not there with him, and thinks he really made a mess of everything. His company collapsed and now he doesn't have much. How can he ever hope to get his wife back if he has nothing?
Melinda has been hiding out with her family, but is now ready to try and work things out with Austin. Here is where I felt like I was missing out. I didn't really understand what happened and why Melinda didn't go with Austin to the farm. Later on you get glimpses of how they both shut off when everything collapsed, but it didn't make a lot of sense while reading. Also Austin's family is apparently manipulative, but I didn't really understand that since I didn't know them. Like Austin gets offered the farm as a Christmas gift (instead of just fixing it up and sharing in the profits when they sell in the spring) and that is this huge awful thing for some reason. I really don't know why. When I read that I was just like oh good. You can a) stay and live on the farm, try to make it viable or b) still sell it in the spring and keep all the profits. What is the downside to this again? You would have to keep the profits if you sell it? That is not really a negative...
When Melinda shows up on Austin's doorstep he doesn't know what to think. These two have some things to work through, but they obviously both still care deeply for the other. It was cute watching them come together again. It was an alright Christmas read I just wish I had more of the backstory so all the pieces would have fit together better.
This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland