Mistletoe Mayhem : Dawson Chronicles

  • by Linda Bridey
  • Narrated by Mary Ann Weathers
  • Series: Dawson Chronicles
  • 6 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In 1918, Sawyer Samuels is injured in The Great War and given a medical discharge. He's sent back to his hometown of Dawson, Montana, but it's a bittersweet homecoming. There is more to his discharge than he can tell most people. Shortly after coming home, Sawyer runs into Devon Dwyer, the woman who rejected his marriage proposal before he enlisted in the army. His feelings for her are as strong as ever, but after their painful parting, there's no going back.
Seeing Sawyer again drives home the point to Devon that her heart still belongs to him even though she's tried to move on. However, she knows the situation is hopeless. There's still too much anger and pain between them to reconcile - or is there?
Enter a group of their wily friends who have some tricks up their sleeves to push Sawyer and Devon to attempt to repair their broken relationship. As the Christmas season begins, chaos and mayhem ensue. Meanwhile, tensions in Dawson rise as suspicions rise and threaten the peace and wellbeing of their town. Can Sawyer and Devon recapture the love they once shared? Can the citizens of Dawson rise to the challenges and dangers that arise? Join the adventure and find out.

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Customer Reviews

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Horrible narrater

I'm sure this is a good book but didn't even get thru the 1st chapter...the person who narrated is HORRIBLE!!! Couldn't stand to listen to her voice!!
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- Lisa McGrath

Good History Lesson

Who was your favorite character and why?

The storyline embodied my favorite character. Living in New England, I can't imagine our grandparents as such free spirits. This book has woken me up to see the world through someone else's eyes.


Which character – as performed by Mary Ann Weathers – was your favorite?

Sawyer Samuels was my favorite character and how he dealt with his injury as well as the back story of the pictures he sent home from the war.


Any additional comments?

“I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, in exchange for an unbiased review” It was an eye opening history lesson. Text books don't say it all!

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- wendigee

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-08-2016
  • Publisher: Beldene Publishing