Montana Destiny

Montana Destiny

by R. C. Ryan
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Montana Destiny 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
Charmed47 More than 1 year ago
It was just okay for me. Sorry but compaired to the other books I have read, the writing was a bit Juvenile. Predictive also. No hot stuff.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Could not connect with her....you either love with yout all your heart or you dont. Frankly, merilee is an idiot!
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gina-bookjunkie More than 1 year ago
The book was slow in terms of everything! There was a lot of "thinking" by characters that seemed forced like it was supposed to fill up a word count. The romance was tepid at its best moments. If you want action and not so much verbage and background, don't read this book.
HighlanderLover More than 1 year ago
Looking for treasure that took up their Grandfathers life and getting the family back plue finding love. This is a great story with adventure that keeps you reading.
SaraBetty More than 1 year ago
This is the second book in the series and a beautifully told tale of Marilee and Wyatt who find love and trouble as the McCord family is reunited by the death of a much loved grandfather... Marilee is a medical tech who happens to fly her own plane... Wyatt is a much traveled playboy now back home to settle down... While each of the three books is the story of a cousin, they are all intertwined so they read as one story... Very real, very human, very sexy and all leading toward the family treasure lost so many years before. Great read, I loved every minute of all three books... Best read in order - Montana Legacy, Montana Destiny and Montana Glory. Highly recommend!
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foreverRomance88 More than 1 year ago
When Wyatt McCord meets Marilee Trainor he didn't know that this independant and soul searching woman would be the light in his eyes and the key to his heart. Marilee trainor is an emergency driver for the town clinic and supply pilot in Gold Fever, Montana, she battles for independance but as soon as Wyatt McCord steps into her life that battle gets even more complicated. With a known tale of McCord gold laying somewhere in Gold Fever Marilee is pulled into the dangers that threaten the family and her altogether. Can Wyatt find his family's treasure and also win the ultimate treasure in his life which is Marilee? Also can Marilee find her independance and also be dependant on Wyatt while helping him figure out the mystery of the hunt and overcoming the dangers that lurk around the corners. Ultimately can these two find true love admist a dangerous treasure hunt that could tear them apart.
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jb70 More than 1 year ago
I received this book for review through Hatchette Books and their book tours. I love finding new authors to read and enjoy. I requested to take part in this tour because it reminded me of Linda Lael Miller's various series about cowboys and ranches and I loved the fact that it contained a mystery. While I do enjoy romance I always enjoy it a bit more with a mystery thrown in there to add to the story. I liked Wyatt and Marilee, they are likable characters. This is book two in a series, but even though I had not read the first one I had no problems picking up the series at this point and enjoying it. I've never read one of Ryan's books before either. On their first date the couple share a pizza and here is something I loved about it, they both really ate! You always read about people eating one slice of pizza and being full which may be very true for some people, but not for all. They each ate two slices and then had a third and that made it seem real to me. Plus I loved that they weren't considering how many calories they had eaten or anything like that, each time they went out to eat, and they went out a lot, they ate what they wanted and as much as they wanted and I loved it. Silly of course, and not the point of the story at all, but that element made these characters more real to me. Finding out the back story of the small town, their families search for the missing gold, and pat relationships and how they affect the present, while watching this couple get to know each other and overcome their own obstacles due to their own pasts made this book and enjoyable read!
WendyAK More than 1 year ago
MONTANA DESTINY by R.C. Ryan is a Western Romance set in Montana 1992. It is well written with depth and detail. It is the second in Foo's Gold series, but can be read as a stand alone. The characters are sexy and easy to follow. It has mystery, romance, and laughter.This is such a delightful, wonderful story of following your dreams and the dream of your loved one. I would highly recommend this series, if you have not read Montana Legacy pick a copy up to read. I can hardly wait for the third in this series Montana Glory in November to come out. This book was received for review and details can be found at mybookaddictionandmore[dot]wordpress[dot]com. 5
The_Reading_Reviewer More than 1 year ago
Home is where everything in your life evolves from and revolves around. You find peace there and fill the empty gaps in our lives. Wyatt McCord was searching for his haven called home and believed that traveling the world would fill the gap left in his heart after his parents' death. But when he returned to the place of his childhood after his grandfather passed away he realized that home was the ranch in Montana and family was his cousins Jesse and Zane. He had spent his youth running wild with his cousins and the friendship he formed with them was the foundation of his existence. They worked through the initial struggles of being back together after many years apart and now that Jesse was married new challenges presented themselves. However the one constant in the background that kept everyone talking was the search for the gold his grandfather swore was buried on the family land. Everyone called the old man crazy but when it was proven that his death was no accident the mystery surrounding the gold and where it might be hidden became escalated and Wyatt leads his cousins in an intense search to solve this mystery. Notes and clues are being found all over the ranch and even in unlikely storage containers in neighbors' basements. Coot's notes are helpful and validate the gold's existence but not enough to just say X marks the spot. Before Wyatt is even fully settled into the ranch he meets Marilee Trainor and his entire life takes another huge jolt right to the heart. She is the town's EMT and has a past similar to Wyatt's with having moved constantly as a child keeping her unsettled and looking for a place to call home. She was always trying to find a place that was a good fit for her and feel like she belonged and it seems she has in Gold Fever working hard for the town and its inhabitants. She is at first not enamored by Wyatt's smooth talk and charming way about him but he wins her over and before either realizes it they have fallen fast and furious in love. But someone does not want them to be in love or even alive. One accident was scary, a second terrifying but the third is horrifying and has everyone running for cover and trying to figure out who wants Marilee dead and why. Wyatt thinks it could be her connection to the family and specifically him but does that make sense or has Marilee stepped on the wrong toes and created this crisis in her life. Finding the place you belong is very difficult when you have had an unsettled childhood. You wander for far too long looking for just the right fit and when you find it the pieces come together and you take a deep breath and say out loud the phrase you have craved forever - I am home. Wyatt and Marilee have both been wanderlust at times but when they come together they realize that home is more than a place to live it is a state of mind. It is a place where you snuggle up at night next to the person you love who keeps you warm and makes you feel the comfort of their existence in your life. Wyatt and Marilee are wonderful characters because they come across as real and people that you would meet on any given day in your life and be proud to call them friends. Mary Gramlich - The Reading Reviewer - www.marygramlich.com
decoy1 More than 1 year ago
I have enjoyed the whold montana series, and say its worth the money to read. the characters are very interestin and you root for them to suceed.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Gold Fever, Montana Marilee Trainor loves being the ranching town's emergency medic. She hopes to plant permanent roots here. After his parents died, Wyatt McCord traveled the world before recently coming home to his family ranch following the death of his grandfather. He renews his childhood ties to his cousins Zane and Jesse. However the trio is stunned that their grandfather was murdered and each believes what they used to think was grandfather's lunacy might be real: hidden gold somewhere on the ranch. Marilee treats Wyatt when he is injured while bull riding. They are attracted to one another, but each shares an obstinate independence streak and a hot temper. Some nearly fatal "accidents" that seems more like homicide attempts has the wannabe lovers united against an unknown enemy. The middle Lost Nugget ranch romance (see Jesse's tale - Montana Legacy) is an entertaining Big Sky romance starring two fascinating characters who may be in love, but appear to have stronger separatist needs; Maslow would love to study this pair. The story line is well written, but never moves forward in regards to the overarching theme re the gold. Still fans will enjoy this fine McCord contemporary as the doc and the patient find love is not enough even if they feel destiny is driving them together. Harriet Klausner