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  • Sweet, heartwarming romance

    Montana Dreams is a sweet, heartwarming romance. I am loving these Blackwell Sisters! Peyton is entirely focused on her career until threats are made, a bodyguard is hired and the y are sent to Montana to keep her safe. Will Peyton be able to unplug and learn to enjoy the beautiful country and her extended family? I thoroughly enjoyed Peyton's journey.

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  • Best of the series!

    Montana Dreams, book three in the Blackwell Sisters series is my favorite, at least so far. I honestly thought that Peyton’s story would be last, considering she’s the oldest and the only one to remember her biological dad. But I see why the authors did it this way after reading this book. Peyton has a lot of guilt about keeping this secret, and more than a bit of an abandonment issue. Her workaholic tendencies keep her away from her family, which again is traced backed to the information she’s withheld since she was a child. Matteo seemed very straight forward when he was introduced Peyton’s bodyguard, even with their intriguing chemistry. But he suddenly morphed into hot, single dad with an adorable, yet sad, little boy. Gino was the best kind of child character...appropriate for his age in both spirit, sweetness and rebellion. Ms. Stuart is exceptionally good at developing real, interesting and engaging children in her books. None of that overt brattiness that I find in some romance (but much more prevalent in women’s fiction). Great story with lots of little side plots makes Montana Dreams a five star book for me.

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  • Loving this series.

    Loving this series. Peyton is getting some threats and so her boss hires Matteo to watch over her. She is a workaholic and really should take some time to relax, but isn't inclined to do that. Matteo is missing his young son who has been with his mother in Japan for a couple of years. Just as Matteo is ready to whisk Peyton to Montana in order to protect her, his son shows up at his doorstep. Peyton is only too happy to have his son go with them. As Matteo realizes that his ex was not very good for his son, he grows closer to Peyton and so does his son. Peyton wants to mend things with her sisters, meet her new family and get to know Matteo and his son better. Can Matteo keep her safe?

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  • Loved Peyton & Matteo

    I've always enjoyed the storyline where a workaholic finds himself/herself in a situation that makes them reevaluate their life and find what's really important in life and also find love along the way! This is the situation Peyton finds herself in. She is the oldest of 5 girls in the family and had to be the responsible one due to some things happening in the family when she was only 6 years old. All her life she's had a secret and that secret just came out and now she's trying to repair the relationship with her sisters. She's been a workaholic for a long time and doesn't plan on changing but she's got a stalker so her boss gets her a bodyguard - Matteo Rossi - and it really chafes her style! I loved Matteo from the very beginning. The more his backstory was revealed, the more I loved him! He didn't have custody of his young son, Gino, but when Gino suddenly shows up, I loved the little boy too! It's these two males that begin to break down the walls around Peyton's workaholic lifestyle! Peyton finds herself in Montana due to getting away from her stalker and Peyton's "new" family, the Blackwells, plus Matteo & Gino work their magic! A fabulous story and so fun to connect with the Blackwells again!

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  • I loved the chemistry between these two!

    Peyton is a high-powered VP, the eldest sister of five girls, and the only one who knew that Rudy, their dad, was really their stepfather. Now that the secret has been discovered, she has to work on repairing her relationships with each of her younger sisters. This story starts with Peyton having to accept a bodyguard when someone start threatening her at her work. When the threats turn deadly, she’s forced to hide out at the Montana ranch belonging to her newly-discovered family. Matteo is happy to protect Peyton in Montana, away from the threat in California, but the last-minute addition of his son, Gino, to the trip throws a wrench into all his plans. I loved how Peyton connected with Gino, and how she instinctively knew what to do to engage him with his schoolwork. The story beautifully explores all the emotional conflict Peyton is feeling as she connects with relatives she isn’t sure she’s ready to accept. The author takes a head-on approach to the overall theme of fathers leaving and parental abandonment without becoming heavy-handed or melodramatic. I really enjoyed the chemistry that these two have, and the easy way they worked together. Their love story was sweet and believable, and I admired the way the author included Gino throughout and treated him like a real child rather than the usual perfect (yet boring) offspring. The path to their HEA took a rather unexpected turn as Peyton comes up with a solution that goes against everything Matteo was working for, resulting in some truly honest self-reflection for both that only made their reconciliation that much stronger. The corporate espionage part of the story was just enough to fuel the plot without taking unnecessary risks. My only issue is that, probably due to having different authors, this book had a bit of a problem matching up the childhood timeline with that of the earlier books, but it wasn’t enough to throw off the story. As the middle book in the series of five sisters, it perfectly balances the romance and the ongoing family drama. I’m looking forward to seeing how it all eventually unfolds. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

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