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Dakota Home by Debbie Macomber

Dakota Home (edition 2016)

by Debbie Macomber (Author)

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Title:Dakota Home
Authors:Debbie Macomber (Author)
Info:MIRA (2016), Edition: Original, 400 pages
Collections:OTOW Library, Fiction, Paperback, Stack 26, Shelf 2
Tags:Romance, Christian Fiction

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Dakota Home by Debbie Macomber



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A nice, pleasant story about small town America. ( )
  soosthemoose | Apr 9, 2018 |
second in the series. When Maddy comes to town for Lyndsey's wedding, she decides to buy the local grocery store and plant roots. Rancher Jeb catches her eye, but he dead set on being a loner until a multitude of circumstances and meddlers through them together. ( )
  nancynova | Mar 17, 2016 |
The second book in the Dakota series which furthers the story of the the folks living in Buffalo Valley. This book could be read and followed without reading the first one. There would be some character details and stories that you would miss, but this one follows an entirely different group of characters than the first. This is a pretty solid and predictable story, if you're looking for a surprise or a lot action this one probably won't work for you. This story like the first one tends to focus on folks, their lives, and what they think but not necessarily say. ( )
  sunfi | Oct 6, 2008 |
I enjoyed this second installment of Macomber's series. As in the previous novel, I wish that the characters had not engaged in pre-marital sex. She resolved most of the conflicts in the book; however, there are two that are not yet resolved that I suspect will be among the main conflicts in the third book of the series. ( )
  thornton37814 | Jan 14, 2008 |
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Jeb McKenna recognized death, sensed the cold, dark shadow of its approach as he labored for each breath.
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New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber returns to Buffalo Valley, North Dakota, a close-knit farming community struggling to survive in an increasingly industrial world. "Never say die" is the motto for Buffalo Valley and its resilient citizens, including newcomer Maddy Washburn, first introduced in Dakota Born, her best friend, teacher Lindsay Sinclair, Lindsay's husband, Gage, and Jeb McKenna, a local rancher whose tragic accident has left scars much deeper than the loss of his leg. More and more isolated since the tractor calamity, Jeb does not welcome pretty Maddy's friendly overtures. But when Maddyy is stranded in a vicious winter storm, Jeb saves her life, warming her with his own body heat--and steamy caresses. Jeb feels the ice encasing his heart start to thaw with each sweet embrace. In this second installment in a trilogy, longtime Macomber fans and new recruits will welcome Buffalo Valley's extensive cast of quirky characters with open arms. --Alison Trinkle

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Maddy Washburn moves to Buffalo Valley hoping to find the same love and contentment her friend Lindsay found in the small North Dakota town, and is immediately drawn to bison ranger Jeb McKenna, but Jeb rejects her overtures until they are thrown together for several days waiting out a storm.… (more)

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