Mistletoe Mayhem (Dawson Chronicles Book 1)

Mistletoe Mayhem (Dawson Chronicles Book 1)

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by Linda Bridey
     
 

Clean Historical Western Cowboy Romance Novel - Includes Bonus Story
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

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Clean Historical Western Cowboy Romance Novel - Includes Bonus Story
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.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940152533385
Publisher:
Gold Crown
Publication date:
12/21/2015
Series:
Dawson Chronicles
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
9,485
File size:
391 KB

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SIGN UP FOR Linda's NEWSLETTER! Just copy and paste the following link into your web browser: http://lindabridey.com/ Writing is a labor of love for Linda Bridey, whose works are consistently on several top 100 best-selling romance book lists. Since starting her writing career in earnest, Linda has written thirty-seven books and counting, which have gained great popularity. Readers are drawn to her vivid writing of mail-order bride and historical romance stories, many of which deal with social issues, and always include humor and heart. Her Westward series, which includes twenty-three books, is set in Dawson, Montana. When the series ended, her readers wanted more of the characters they’d come to know and love—so much so that it prompted her to create the Dawson Chronicles, which picks up the stories of many of the descendants of the original characters, but can also be read as a stand-alone series. Linda’s Echo Canyon series, tells the story of a small Montana town on the verge of extinction after the collapse of the mining industry in the region. It shows the ingenuity of the Echo’s inhabitants in how they come together to save the town they love. All is not always as it seems in Echo with mystery, suspense, and romance abound! When asked how she would classify her writing, she said, “My stories don’t include excessive swearing or explicit sexual situations. While I do express passion in my books, I don’t feel the need to provide a play-by-play of the physical side of relationships. Therefore, I only go so far and leave the rest up to the readers’ imaginations, focusing instead on the emotional aspect of my romances. I’ve had a lot of readers tell me that they feel my books are safe for their teenaged children or grandchildren to read, which makes me feel good.” Linda encourages readers to sign up for email alerts about her new releases at www.lindabridey.com and appreciates it when readers leave honest reviews on her books.

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Mistletoe Mayhem (Dawson Chronicles Book 1) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is a wonderful start to the new series. I loved getting a glimps of the old characters from the previous novels and that they all stayed true to character. I look forward to the next installment. My favorite thing about LB is that I won't have to wait 6-12mos for the next book.This is why she remains my favorite author.
RenWar 3 months ago
This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast. Set in the small town of Dawson, Montana, this is a sweet story detailing the lives of several families in 1918, just before the end of the war. The characters are all complex personalities, all very likable and I enjoyed getting to know them. The story gives a very clear picture of the uncertainty of life and the future during that time in our history. It is a testament to the fact that even in the worst of times people move forward and do whatever is necessary to protect their families while still living life to the fullest. The story revolves, mainly, around the lives of the Samuels, Dwyer, and Keller families and the resulting love stories are laced with humor, sadness, and a little mystery. Each one having it’s own distinct style and idiosyncrasies. Love lost and found again, secret passions revealed, new loves just beginning their journey together, and timeless loves passing on invaluable advice and support to the next generation. You can’t help but become immersed in their stories. I also enjoyed the narration in this book. Mary Ann Weathers does an excellent job distinguishing characters, making each one recognizable in the scenes, and making the listener feel the emotions of the characters. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves sweet romance and/or historical.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed Sawyers and Devon story it was amazing linda bridey is a wonderful writer she makes the characters come alive on paper can't wait for more from the Dawson chronicles