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Enjoy the first three books of the award-winning McCutcheon Family series in this special offering. The ten book western historical saga follows the McCutcheon family, as well as the characters of Y Knot, Montana Territory and Rio Wells, Texas from 1883 to 1887.  Book 1: MONTANA DAWN VCRW Laurel Wreath Winner, Maggie Finalist, Gayle Wilson Finalist ,RWA Golden Heart Finalist Enjoy the first three books of the award-winning McCutcheon Family series in this special offering. The ten book western historical saga follows the McCutcheon family, as well as the characters of Y Knot, Montana Territory and Rio Wells, Texas from 1883 to 1887.  Book 1: MONTANA DAWN VCRW Laurel Wreath Winner, Maggie Finalist, Gayle Wilson Finalist ,RWA Golden Heart Finalist Montana Territory, 1883 When Luke McCutcheon finds Faith Brown about to give birth in her rickety wagon, his first instincts are to ride for help. Instead, he stays and delivers a beautiful baby girl. Unable to leave the pretty young widow and her little son and newborn unprotected in the Montana wilderness, he brings them along on his family's cattle drive, to the absolute delight of the other friendly cowboys. Luke, third son of Montana's wealthy McCutcheon family, is different from his brothers. As the offspring of a Cheyenne warrior, he carries a chip on his shoulder for all to see. His flashing eyes and handsome face make Faith feel she's stepped into some long-ago tale where men cherish their women--and keep them safe. If only she could trust him! Faith is on the run, and although she's pampered and protected by Luke and his family, she just can't risk the consequences of sharing the details of her past--one that's hunting to take her back to the nightmare she's just escaped. Happy-ever-afters are for fairytales, she reminds herself sternly as her heart feels the warm pull of his. Still, she can't help but dream of a loving family, a home to call her own, a beautiful and bright...Montana Dawn. Book 2: TEXAS TWILIGHT VCRW Laurel Wreath Winner Texas Badlands, 1886 Fresh out of medical school, John McCutcheon finds his stagecoach under attack by brutal outlaws. With the help of a feisty acquaintance, Lily Anthony, he manages to fend off the assault. Lily is attracted to the charming cowboy-doctor, with his chiseled good looks and teasing ways, then heartbroken to learn he's engaged to be married. Once settled in Rio Wells, Texas, John tries to ignore the fact that his cousin has taken a shine to Lily. When a bounty hunter shows up looking for a priceless jewel that Lily has found stashed away in her aunt's belongings, Lily fears her dreams of owning her own shop--and of finding true love--are about to go up in flames...or, could that just be the glow of a beautiful ... Texas Twilight? Book 3: MAIL-ORDER BRIDES OF THE WEST: EVIE Golden Quill Contest Finalist A mail order bride goes to Y Knot, Montana, 1886 Secretly answering a letter from the mail order bride agency she works for as a maid, Evie Davenport travels by stagecoach to Y Knot, Montana to marry Chance Holcomb, a young rancher who once worked for the powerful McCutcheon family. Evie's never been out of St. Louis and rarely left the large Victorian where she was raised. The beauty and vastness of Montana steals her heart and soul, but will her fairytale marriage come to an end when Chance discovers the truth about her past and how his letter ended up in her care? Book three of the McCutcheon family series continues the saga... Read the entire McCutcheon Family saga in order: Montana Dawn Texas Twilight Mail-Order Brides of the West: Evie Mail-Order Brides of the West: Heather Moon Over Montana Mail-Order Brides of the West: Kathryn Montana Snowfall Texas Lonesome Montana Courage Montana Promise Watch for more McCu


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Enjoy the first three books of the award-winning McCutcheon Family series in this special offering. The ten book western historical saga follows the McCutcheon family, as well as the characters of Y Knot, Montana Territory and Rio Wells, Texas from 1883 to 1887.  Book 1: MONTANA DAWN VCRW Laurel Wreath Winner, Maggie Finalist, Gayle Wilson Finalist ,RWA Golden Heart Finalist Enjoy the first three books of the award-winning McCutcheon Family series in this special offering. The ten book western historical saga follows the McCutcheon family, as well as the characters of Y Knot, Montana Territory and Rio Wells, Texas from 1883 to 1887.  Book 1: MONTANA DAWN VCRW Laurel Wreath Winner, Maggie Finalist, Gayle Wilson Finalist ,RWA Golden Heart Finalist Montana Territory, 1883 When Luke McCutcheon finds Faith Brown about to give birth in her rickety wagon, his first instincts are to ride for help. Instead, he stays and delivers a beautiful baby girl. Unable to leave the pretty young widow and her little son and newborn unprotected in the Montana wilderness, he brings them along on his family's cattle drive, to the absolute delight of the other friendly cowboys. Luke, third son of Montana's wealthy McCutcheon family, is different from his brothers. As the offspring of a Cheyenne warrior, he carries a chip on his shoulder for all to see. His flashing eyes and handsome face make Faith feel she's stepped into some long-ago tale where men cherish their women--and keep them safe. If only she could trust him! Faith is on the run, and although she's pampered and protected by Luke and his family, she just can't risk the consequences of sharing the details of her past--one that's hunting to take her back to the nightmare she's just escaped. Happy-ever-afters are for fairytales, she reminds herself sternly as her heart feels the warm pull of his. Still, she can't help but dream of a loving family, a home to call her own, a beautiful and bright...Montana Dawn. Book 2: TEXAS TWILIGHT VCRW Laurel Wreath Winner Texas Badlands, 1886 Fresh out of medical school, John McCutcheon finds his stagecoach under attack by brutal outlaws. With the help of a feisty acquaintance, Lily Anthony, he manages to fend off the assault. Lily is attracted to the charming cowboy-doctor, with his chiseled good looks and teasing ways, then heartbroken to learn he's engaged to be married. Once settled in Rio Wells, Texas, John tries to ignore the fact that his cousin has taken a shine to Lily. When a bounty hunter shows up looking for a priceless jewel that Lily has found stashed away in her aunt's belongings, Lily fears her dreams of owning her own shop--and of finding true love--are about to go up in flames...or, could that just be the glow of a beautiful ... Texas Twilight? Book 3: MAIL-ORDER BRIDES OF THE WEST: EVIE Golden Quill Contest Finalist A mail order bride goes to Y Knot, Montana, 1886 Secretly answering a letter from the mail order bride agency she works for as a maid, Evie Davenport travels by stagecoach to Y Knot, Montana to marry Chance Holcomb, a young rancher who once worked for the powerful McCutcheon family. Evie's never been out of St. Louis and rarely left the large Victorian where she was raised. The beauty and vastness of Montana steals her heart and soul, but will her fairytale marriage come to an end when Chance discovers the truth about her past and how his letter ended up in her care? Book three of the McCutcheon family series continues the saga... Read the entire McCutcheon Family saga in order: Montana Dawn Texas Twilight Mail-Order Brides of the West: Evie Mail-Order Brides of the West: Heather Moon Over Montana Mail-Order Brides of the West: Kathryn Montana Snowfall Texas Lonesome Montana Courage Montana Promise Watch for more McCu

30 review for McCutcheon Family Series Boxed Set Books 1-3

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Heare Watts

    Montana Dawn (McCutcheon Family Series Book 1) NOT EVERYTHING IS ALWAYS BLACK OR WHITE The first book in the McCutcheon Family saga and what a page-turner with mystery, suspense, danger, angst, fear, determination, family and friends. While this is an ongoing series or saga, it will read well as a stand-alone story. Faith Brown has suffered much in her young life. Losing her mother when she was young, an uncaring father, an abusive husband, and in-laws that she must escape from. It takes guts and Montana Dawn (McCutcheon Family Series Book 1) NOT EVERYTHING IS ALWAYS BLACK OR WHITE The first book in the McCutcheon Family saga and what a page-turner with mystery, suspense, danger, angst, fear, determination, family and friends. While this is an ongoing series or saga, it will read well as a stand-alone story. Faith Brown has suffered much in her young life. Losing her mother when she was young, an uncaring father, an abusive husband, and in-laws that she must escape from. It takes guts and determination to load up a wagon with a meager amount of possessions and forge out on her own, with only a small boy as help along the way. Luke McCutcheon is the third son, and this is his time to prove what he can do on a cattle drive. On a night of the most horrendous thunderstorm, he will hear something that will lead him to a wagon with a young woman in labor and a small boy. The plot will have Luke finding Faith and Colton during a thunderstorm, and she is in labor. With no one to help her, Luke will assist in delivering her daughter, Dawn. Then he will have her join their cattle drive back to his family’s ranch, Heart of the Mountain. The story is riddled with secrets that have Faith in fear for her life and that out her children, Colton, a stepson, and Dawn, her daughter. She is afraid to tell Luke what happened with her late husband, Sam, and how now Wade, his brother is after her, wanted to force her into marriage and to take possession of her farm. The one good thing her father did was left a will with stipulations that the farm would not go to a husband, and would remain in her possession. There is a large cast of characters, many of which are family or ranch hands to the McCutcheon family and the Heart of the Mountain ranch. For the first time, Faith has people who treat her and her children kindly and make her feel welcome. But she knows that with Wade, that won’t last for long. While he comes off as charming to others, he is just as evil and cruel as his brother, Sam, and their father. When he makes threats against McCutcheon family members, she knows she must move on to keep them safe. During the time Faith and her children are at Heart of the Mountain ranch, she becomes a part of the family. With a life and death issue with Rachel during the delivery of her baby is aided by Faith. She also is a friend to Amy. The story takes the reader on the adventures of a cattle drive, ranching issues, along with life and death issues, struggles, and fears. It shows the faith and loyalty of the McCutcheon ranch hands, and how they do what they can to protect Faith, Colton, and baby Dawn. Texas Twilight (McCutcheon Family Series Book 2) THE DIFFERENCES IN MONTANA AND TEXAS The second book in the McCutcheon Family saga and what a page turner with mystery, suspense, danger, angst, fear, determination, family and friends. While this is an ongoing series or saga, it will read well as a stand-alone story. The story will include Dr. John McCutcheon, the youngest son of the Montana bunch and how he will go to Rio Wells, Texas near his Texas kinfolks. It will also have plenty of his baby sister, Charity, who will also come to Texas for a surprise visit. The story will take the reader on an adventure of life in Texas for a doctor, a school teacher, and the dangers of Comancheros. Dr. John McCutcheon has finished medical school in Boston, and because there already being two doctors near his family in Y Knot, Montana, he will apply and be accepted for the position for the town of Rio Wells, Texas. He has been told when he arrives that he will be taking over for the retiring doctor, have a residence in the upstairs portion of the building and his medical practice downstairs. Everything is supposed to be painted, clean, and ready for his arrival. Traveling from Boston to Texas is a long and dirty journey. The stagecoach will have three men and three women as paying passengers, plus three employees. Just before getting to their destination, they will be attacked by Comancheros, and when it is over, two men and one female passenger, plus two male guards will be dead. John will sustain a deep facial cut, and one female passenger, Harriet, will be unconscious. The story will have John and passenger, Lily becoming friends during the arduous journey, and then she will be the one who helps sew the sixteen stitches in his face. Being a seamstress gives her an advantage for making even and neat stitches. The plot is full of mystery that will revolve around the stagecoach murders, a missing gem, overzealous fiancé, a sister, Charity, who does her own thing, her suitor from Y-Knot, Sheriff Brandon Crawford, and the Texas McCutcheon line. Arriving in Rio Wells will come with shock and disappointment for several people. It seems the town has misrepresented itself about the doctor’s position and building. For Harriet and Lily, the money paid for a year’s lease on the shop falls through, and trouble is brewing in town. When a mean bounty hunter shows up, things get dicey for several people. This rather quiet and quaint town will have accidents and murders that have many people on edge. The story has the good, the bad, and the ugly of people. What happened to the man that Harriet paid for the lease of the building and what will she and Lily do for income if they can’t have the shop they leased? What will come of Charity and Theodore who instead of going to Denver, come to Texas to see John and what will her parents and Brandon think? Will John and the elderly town doctor work together and what does this mean for his future? There is also a budding romance that is developing between John and Lily, and yet, John is technically betrothed to Emeline, and she is waiting to hear from him about moving to Texas. Just when things start to get interesting between John and Lily, Emeline shows up in Texas unannounced. He has no place that is his own, and when things became questionable in town, both Emeline and Charity will need to move to the ranch of his Uncle, Winston McCutcheon. Life has a way of working things out and learning that not everything is always black and white. Friendship will be formed; new romance will be in the works, understandings between longtime friends will be tested, tried, and found strong. The story has many intense and emotional scenes, some heartbreak, and enlightening moments. Mail-Order Brides of the West: Evie (McCutcheon Family Series Book 3) CHANCE GETS A MAIL-ORDERED BRIDE The third story in the McCutcheon Family Series will have Chance Holcomb, formerly of the McCutcheon’s Heart of the Mountain, sending to St. Louis for a mail-ordered bride. The story will have a few of the people found in previous and following stories but will mostly concentrate on Chance, Evie, and a few other key characters. While this story is part of a series, it will easily read well as a stand-alone, and also with a couple mail-ordered bride books by Debra Holland. Chance Holcomb is a man who works hard, and while he enjoyed his time he worked at the Heart of the Mountain for the McCutcheon family, he is even happier that he has his own ranch that he is starting up. What a man needs is a piece of land, a good living, and a wife and family. Because of his lifelong savings and an inheritance from an Aunt he didn’t even know about, he was able to buy a tract he had been eyeing for ages. Now that he has the start of his ranch, getting his cattle, Charolais, he takes the next step in sending a letter to a matrimonial agency in St. Louis. Evie Davenport is grateful to Mrs. Seymour for allowing her to take over the duties previously held by her mother. She watches as young ladies come there and learn the skills to become a mail-order bride, and she is envious of them. But with her past, she may never qualify and never asks Mrs. Seymour about it. She longs to have a husband and children and maybe the way she goes about it isn’t on the up-and-up, but desperate times call for desperate actions. The plot will have Chance Holcomb sending a request to St. Louis for a mail-order bride, and Evie Holcomb will start corresponding back with him. They will each share a little bit of information, and then Chance will send her money for transportation and Evie will quietly leave her employment and travel to Y Knot Montana. While the information they shared via correspondence wasn’t lies, it wasn’t complete truths either, and that will play major roles in the story from beginning to end. Not because he wasn’t trying, but Chance can’t seem to get the nails, he desperately needs to complete the farmhouse for his bride to be. She will show up, and he must keep her in town at the motel and doesn’t want to tell her about the condition of the home he promised her. Evie will be more understanding than he gives her credit and proves she is a hard worker and asks for little. Evie has avoided the truth about knowing how to cook and must enlist the aid of one of the ladies in the area, but she wants to keep it a secret from Chance as to why. Secrets lead to doubt and confusion and misunderstandings. Lots of hurt feelings before the truth is revealed. The story has a great cast of characters along with interaction between them. In the process of protecting secrets, when they are finally revealed, they will both realize that most of it was trivial. The story is a great addition to this series, and it was nice to see other characters in the McCutcheon series that wasn’t family finding their happily ever after story.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Eileen

    I started reading this series as part of kindle unlimited. Boy did I get hooked on this author. Read all of her McCutcheon series and then started her other works. Here you have real feeling people with the problems of the era. Reminds me of how soft we have it nowadays. It also made me think how lucky I am to have a decent husband and how much it means that we followed our vows for 35 years. The people in this series have character and that is what it takes to get through life. So read these fo I started reading this series as part of kindle unlimited. Boy did I get hooked on this author. Read all of her McCutcheon series and then started her other works. Here you have real feeling people with the problems of the era. Reminds me of how soft we have it nowadays. It also made me think how lucky I am to have a decent husband and how much it means that we followed our vows for 35 years. The people in this series have character and that is what it takes to get through life. So read these for enjoyment and inspiration. Only thing she wrote I didn't like was Sourdough Country (now sure of the exact title).

  3. 5 out of 5

    Pam

    The McCutcheons Books 1-3: The McCutcheon Family Novels is by Caroline Fyffe. This set contains the first three novels of the McCutcheon Family and the third one is also the first one in the Mail-Order Bride series. They all are centered around the McCutchehon family of Y Knot, Montana. Flood McCutcheon and his wife had four boys and one girl to raise in the Montana wilderness. They have a large ranch outside Y Knot and interact with everyone in town. For the most part, they are well liked and w The McCutcheons Books 1-3: The McCutcheon Family Novels is by Caroline Fyffe. This set contains the first three novels of the McCutcheon Family and the third one is also the first one in the Mail-Order Bride series. They all are centered around the McCutchehon family of Y Knot, Montana. Flood McCutcheon and his wife had four boys and one girl to raise in the Montana wilderness. They have a large ranch outside Y Knot and interact with everyone in town. For the most part, they are well liked and welcomed into any home. Of course, there have to be exceptions which cause the excitement in these novels. They are quick and easy to read yet are very entertaining.

  4. 4 out of 5

    J Renee

    Good, clean romances These first 3 books of the McCutcheon Family Series are easy-to-read clean romances. They aren't complicated. There isn't a lot of angst based on perceived expectations. Some, but it doesn't run the story. I like Caroline Fyffe's writing style. These books are relaxing to read, which is important to me. I don't read suspenseful books that make my blood pressure rise. I look forward to reading more of Ms. Fyffe's books, starting with the next one in this series. Enjoy!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Cathy

    If you haven’t read any of Caroline Fyffe’s books you are really missing some great stories, about the old West and a time where people were real neighbors and friends. Whether it was hard times or good times, you could always count on your friends. Once you start on page one, you won’t be able to put them down until “The End”. This author has such a talent for great plots and wonderful stories of hope, love and even second chances.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Linda Zaragoza-zrubek

    I loved this series. The writer is amazing as she captures your attention right away. Once I started the first chapter I was hooked and didn't want to stop reading. I love reading about mail order brides and the struggles and challenges they face. Each story is captivativibg and all the characters are so believable. This author makes you feel as if you are right there under the big Montana and Texas skies!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sheryl Robert

    This was a great series. I loved every character and their involvement. I was always ready for the next one in the series to find out what happens next. I especially loved the little mute french"boy" and how he turned into the most beautiful girl and in the end, she can really talk. you need to read this to get the full enjoyment out of each book in the series. I love every one of Caroline Fyffe's books that i have read so far.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Hanna

    Pushes my buttons One thing I really detest is a plot that is based on stupidity. When someone with a major problem in an area in which they have no expert knowledge refuses to ask for advice, or when someone keeps secret something very important because their ego is more important than anything else, they get what they deserve...but I do not have to watch them self-destruct. True love is not possible with these people so the plots are stupid piled on stupid.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    Great series I truly enjoyed the characters. I read the first three books in this series and enjoyed every one. The story line from one book to the other does not bounce around it flows easily. If I had to say something I did not like it would be how little there is of a description of the Montana landscaping. Any one who likes to read books that maintain past characters... This series is for you.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Bonner

    A little predictable If I'd just read one of these books I'd probably have given it 4 stars. It's well written, very few typos, and you get attached to the characters and want a good outcome for them. But the plot is much the same for each book, and centres round a lack of communication between the main couple. I wanted to shout at them to talk to each other. Also how can a girl of about 20 have an aunt of around 85? That doesn't add up. But if you want an entertaining light read with engaging ch A little predictable If I'd just read one of these books I'd probably have given it 4 stars. It's well written, very few typos, and you get attached to the characters and want a good outcome for them. But the plot is much the same for each book, and centres round a lack of communication between the main couple. I wanted to shout at them to talk to each other. Also how can a girl of about 20 have an aunt of around 85? That doesn't add up. But if you want an entertaining light read with engaging characters and a HEA, these are for you.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Patricia

    Outstanding author It has been a long time that I came upon an author that has enthralled me with amazing....can't put down!....novels. For five days, I have read Caroline Fyffe's McCutcheon series, books 1-3! Oh, my retirement years bring such joy. Thank you, Ms. Fyfee! On to the next!!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Casey

    Fyffe means enoyable Although I read these delightful tales before, I couldn't resist the chance to grab the three together. They were as enjoyable the second time as they were the first.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Connie S. Koog

    MiTchell's! This was a very good collection of stories. I was impressed with the quality of your writing and I laughed and cried through out all three stories. I have read your work before and enjoyed it.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Rosemarie

    Sweet family life These three novels were wholesome, interesting, and fun. I enjoyed each one and felt like I got to know each family by the last page. Great summer reading. Take them on a trip or when you have a day off.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Terri Nelson

    McCutcheon family series Just love, love, love the ladies of this series. I could shut. My. Eyes and see each one! Wonderful character development along with twists in the plots to keep the pages turning. I look forward to the next mail order bride in this series. Thank you!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jan Craig

    Really good stories I just finished the box set of the first 3 in this series and find I'm thoroughly infatuated with the characters so far. I am looking forward to reading the next box of 4 -6 and hope the storylines are as good if not better than the first set.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Judy Landry

    McCutcheon Family Series This series is very well written. I like the continuity of the stories and characters and their interactions. I appreciate the clean and spiritual content.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Biebinger

    Western romance! This first trilogy of western romance set in late 1800's Montana/Wyoming was most enjoyable. A little predictable in places but still held my interest. I found myself not wanting to put it down.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Donna Ransdell

    Great stories of the West! I loved all three stories in this set! The characters are so much fun to get to know. So much love and clean romance! Can't wait to read the next in the series!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mel

    Excellent story. Can't wait to read the rest of the series.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen Daruda

    I love family series. Meeting the characters over and over is like visiting old friends!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Bec Raymond

    Lovely stories, great characters and stories that have you swept up in Ranch life from the start. Add to that a love story or two and you have a wonderful escape.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Vest

    Great story I love stories about the early west. I can not wait to read the next book. I believe each book gets better.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Iris Conner

    Simple life Love the life of old west.It was so much more simple than today.Modern society would have a hard time adjusting to their morals,daily living, & romance. Simple life Love the life of old west.It was so much more simple than today.Modern society would have a hard time adjusting to their morals,daily living, & romance.

  25. 5 out of 5

    KC Jones

    Mail order brides. Another winner. Good read about historical mail order brides in the old west. Her books are so much fun. There's always adventure.

  26. 4 out of 5

    JONATHAN NICHOLS

    Wonderful Series I bought this box set to give this series a try and I am now hooked. I have devoured these first three novels and am moving on to the fourth. I highly recommend it!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mary Jane McLeod

    Great series/loved it I'm really enjoying this series. Each book was captivating. I loved all the characters and look forward to more books about the McCutcheons and Y Knot.

  28. 5 out of 5

    ELAINE H SHAW

    Loved the series and look forward t the next series.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Julie Knighten

    Entertaining story line Enjoy the series, enjoyable reading. Just enough conflict to keep reading engaged. This is my 2nd series, looking forward to the next book.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Georgia Jones

    Really enjoyed these books looking forward to the next set to find out the future holds for the rest of Y Knot residences.

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