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Rio Wells, Texas, 1886
Dustin McCutcheon gets the surprise of his life when he comes face-to-face with Sidney Calhoun, the spitfire offspring of his father's worst adversary. The whole of Texas knows that McCutcheons and Calhouns just don't mix. Period. Yet Dustin is drawn to Sidney. The stirrings of attraction she brings out leave him with a serious decision to make: break the hearts of his family - or break his own. Neither choice is palatable....
Texas Lonesome, book eight of the McCutcheon Family Saga, continues the story of the brave and passionate men and women of Y Knot, Montana, and Rio Wells, Texas, by USA Today best-selling author Caroline Fyffe.
©2015 Caroline Fyffe (P)2015 Caroline Fyffe
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By Brandy Blackerby on 05-02-16

This Series....

WOW HOW I LOVE THIS SERIES!!! I love how each book is about a different Character this one is about John! However I also love how the characters from the past books don't just disappear!! They are still part of the series!! I Love Carolyn Fyffe's Books! She's an AMAZING AUTHOR!! As For The Narrator Corey M. Snow, HE DID A GREAT JOB!

ABSOLUTELY & IF you haven't started the McCutcheon Family Books YOUR DEFINITELY MISSING OUT!!


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By AnnieS on 05-05-16

Texas Lonesome: McCutcheon Family Series, Book 8

Dustin was introduced in Texas Twilight (McCutcheon Family Book 2). When Lily, the woman he was pursuing, married his cousin John he behaved horribly. He showed up at their wedding dinner uninvited and started a fight that landed both him and John in jail for the night. His actions lead to the damage of restaurant and ruined John’s and Lily’s wedding night.

When Texas Lonesome (McCutcheon Family Book 8) begins Dustin and his younger brother Chaim are on a mission of mercy to help a friend. While on this mission he crosses paths with Judge Halford, a friend of his father, who happened to like the restaurant he caused damage to. The whole of Texas knows about the McCutcheons and Calhouns feud that has spanned 20 years. In fact Judge Halford knows both patriarchs and counts them as friends.

Sidney Calhoun is the second youngest of the family and has been her brother’s keeper since he was a toddler. She and her other siblings have been taught to hate the McCutcheon Family by their father. I loved Sidney from the moment I met her. She is brave and feisty with a heart of gold.

Dustin surprised me from the very beginning of this story. His redeeming qualities shone through from the moment that he met Sidney. Thanks to the feud started by Sidney’s father he was stuck in a very difficult position. Watching him come to terms with his feelings and learning to fight for what he believed was right was wonderful.

I was thrilled that John and Lily were back in this story. John is another one who had to learn to overcome his pride. Surprisingly, Dustin was very instrumental in him doing that.

This story was a roller-coaster of emotions that I thoroughly enjoyed and highly recommend. While this book can be enjoyed as a stand-alone title, I have loved the entire series. I consider both the Texas and Montana McCutcheons my friends from another period in time and am thrilled to visit with them in each new adventure.

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