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  • Sad but Hopeful too

    Montana Son is the third Calhouns of Montana books by Juanita Kees. This is Mason’s story, which includes the heartache of the past with his brother’s death as well as the heartache of the present with his father’s illness. After years of guilt and self-punishment, Mason finally finds the grace and strength to deal with it. It is also Paige Drew’s story of struggles too. The past torn Mason and Paige apart but the present is trying to make sure that they stay apart. There are revelations and twists concerning Paige’s family that I did not see coming. While this was surprising I found that really these events made the story much more interesting with more substance. I did feel that the ending was rush, wishing to see more of how it panned out in the town and with Mason and Paige. Overall, it was still a wonderful story. An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • second chance love and family

    I have been waiting for this story I think since this entire series started. I knew that Paige and Mason had a troubled past that also included her brother. In the first two books in this series we have heard both of these two mentioned and the incident "ghosted" by. Now we are finally going to get down to the nitty gritty and Paige and Mason are forced to meet things head on. This book, like in real life shows us the ugliness in some families but it also breaks open the earth and exposes the beauty that can be down below for people if they will simply allow themselves the opportunity to be loved by those of heart not of blood. Thanks author Juanita Kees for reminding us that family is not always born of blood but from the heart.

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  • Breaking Through the Storm

    Life is hard. But it apparently is particularly hard for Mason and Paige. Not really ever recovering from a family tragedy, Mason lives his life as only a shell of his former life. Paige had been busy but living far, far away since those events. So when she comes back, everyone, but especially these two, have to come to grips with what happened. The story is full of deep-seated prejudices, anger, hurts, turmoil, and mourning. And family drama. Heavy family drama. This sort of theme is not my usual topics I lean to in my books but it’s good to break out of the mold now and then. Upon finishing the book, I found myself emotionally invested in the Calhoun family and all that had happened. This is book 3 in a series but not likely I’ll read any of the rest. Interesting read just too heavy subject matter for me. I received an advanced reader copy from the publisher in exchange for my volunteer review.

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  • A great addition to this series

    This is another well written book in this wonderful series While you don't have to read the previous two books as the back story is well explained I definitely think you will enjoy it more if you have read them This is Mason Calhoun and Paige Drew's they where school yard sweethearts and had their whole life in front of them till one tragic night when a car accident in which Mason was driving killed his brother and drove these young lovers apart Now six years later Paige has just lost her job on Trinity Calhoun’s pit crew (see Montana Daughter book 2) and she has decided to return to Bigfork. There she reconnects with mason most of the town have forgiven him his youthful accident and he now works at his fathers business a place where Paige gets a job With him unable to stop blaming himself for the accident and her blaming herself as she felt she distracted him can they have any chance Throw in the fact that her father is the sheriff and he has it in for the Calhoun's do they have any chance at a future together. You will have to read to see

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  • Montana series by Juanita Kees.

    Loved all 3 books. Have all her books and am always sad to finish each one. Juanita Kees never disappoints

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