Buffalo Valley (Dakota Series #4)

Buffalo Valley (Dakota Series #4)

by Debbie Macomber
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Buffalo Valley (Dakota Series #4) 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 58 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Vaughn Kyle has just left the Army and seems to have every thing ready to start civilian life in an upbeat manner in Seattle. He has been thinking of marriage and will start a job in the New Year, but returns home for the holidays to see his family in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

A bit restless about his future, Kyle visits elderly pharmacist Hassie Knight in Buffalo Valley. He never met Hassie before, but they are connected as his parents named him after her deceased son who died in Nam. At the pharmacy, Kyle meets trainee Carrie Hendrickson. They begin to fall in love. However, Kyle¿s employer in Washington State plans to build a superstore that will put the small shops out of business and potentially destroy the serenity and optimism of the area.

BUFFALO VALLEY is a warm regional drama that returns readers to a special place highlighted in Debbie Macomber¿s Dakota trilogy. Fans of the series will enjoy learning what has happened to the townsfolk in Buffalo Valley since the last novel was published. Though the tale is Rockwell in scope, painting a simplistic evil Goliath vs. idealistic David landscape, the story line retains the flavor and charm of the series, especially as the audience looks into the lives of the cast. Ms. Macomber takes her myriad of fans on a wonderful journey to a Shangra-La threatened by ¿progress¿.

Harriet Klausner

Diane_RNJ More than 1 year ago
I loved the entire Dakota Series! The characters were very well developed. The story line was easy to follow. I could not wait to read more every chance I got.... but became very sad when I had completed the series. I am sure that you know what I mean.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Buffalo Valley was a wonderful, well-written book. I read it over the Christmas holidays, and I couldn't put it down. This book reminds you of the things that are REALLY important! I think anyone would enjoy reading Buffalo Valley. I am looking forward to reading more books written by Debbie Macomber.
Jean Midyette More than 1 year ago
A most delightful series whose characters come alive through the telling of their stories. I have lived in South Dakota and the descriptions of this areas wild beauty are en pointe. Wholesome characters you will fall in love with. Jean
PrettyBrownEyes77 More than 1 year ago
I'm disapointed. I will stick to buying the books online. It gives me a better idea of what I am purchasing. The sample doesn't help either.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The three previous Dakota nooks eere great. This is a rush job. It protests the ravages Walmart is perpetrating in small town America. All that is true however we paid to read more about her wonderful characters and town which were glossed over in this mini book!
ekaterin More than 1 year ago
A totally predictable, totally forgettable story. Macomber spends so much time trying to review all her town's characters, she spends very little time developing the two people the book is supposed to center around. They start to do something together, and she just cuts off to some part of the story we couldn't care less about. There's never any real confrontation with the big, bad Value-X that is supposedly coming to destroy their town, and the climax just falls flat. She obviously just rushed this book out to get something on the shelf to sell.
Iasereht More than 1 year ago
Another wonderful author that can make you feel a part of the story, a part of the community. Your heart goes out to those having troubles and you can't help but want them to have everything they want. I know it's fiction, but it feels good to feel a part of a story that still has morals and ethics. I love her books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I got this book for my late Mother to read. She passed away before she was able to finished it. I read it in her memory and really liked it. My only regret is that she didn't get to finish it. She was 90 years old when she passed away in December 2016 one week before Christmas. Martin Rohrbaugh
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Might be a good book, but not 400 pages. My Nook shows 135, and that's not subtracting all the previews and advertizing. Very disappointing for $6.99!!
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