Montana Dawn by Caroline Fyffe
The McCutcheon Family Series, Book 1
Publisher: Leisure (September 2011)
326 pages, eBook (purchased myself for $3.99)
Book Rating: 4 Stars
Sensuality: White Heart
In the culmination of an ill-fated attempt to flee the scheming of her deceased husband's father and brother, Faith is in labor, in a wagon, in the middle of nowhere, in a storm, her horses have run off and she only has her young step-son with her, until Luke comes upon them hearing her cries and helps to deliver the child, offering her escort to the next town. This was a beautiful story. I loved Luke! A bit reluctant and dense at first, but fascinating to watch as he mulls over his insecurities related to the circumstances and consequences of his half-breed birth and native american blood. Faith was a nice enough person, but she frustrated me. So many lies and secrets, I wish she could have just told Luke the truth and let him help her from the start, instead of complicating things in a stubborn attempt to take the noble road. There were so many great characters in this: Luke's family, Faith's kids and all the ranch hands. The next book in this series, Texas Twilight, is about Luke's younger brother, Dr. John McCutcheon.