Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. A multifaceted tale of romance and deceit, the final Always Dakota (The Dakota Series) – Kindle edition by Debbie Macomber. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or. Always Dakota (Dakota Series #3) [Debbie Macomber] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Despite the misgivings of her friends and family. Always Dakota [Debbie Macomber] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Join Debbie Macomber for her third — and final — visit to Buffalo .
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She sees something in him that nobody else does. Jun 06, Massanutten Regional Library rated it really liked it Shelves: Imagine my surprise to find out there is a 4th one, which I am reading now.
Open Preview See a Problem? Matt is shocked, but after thinking about it, he accepts. All in all, great “chick-lit. Whatever his daughter went after she got, and he wanted to warn Matt if he hurt his daughter he would probably haunt him from the grave! The worst part I felt was the end of the first book, Dakota Born, where Lindsey’s aunt makes a return in the epilogue, but there was no reference to it in the rest of the series.
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I had to finish the trilogy, and I wasn’t expecting the likes of Austen or Shakespeare, but, man, was this terrible! Aug 16, Connie N. Another well-written Debbie Macomber story! This is not earth shattering fiction, just simple and fun. I love her writing style mmacomber her characters. Please email webmaster fantasticfiction. Preview — Always Dakota by Debbie Macomber.
I appreciated the series for introducing and fleshing out all the characters, and each book focused on a set of characters, but with a,ways new book, they were barely heard from again. Debbie Macomber always does a great job tying up the stories of the character while also making you wish there were more stories.
Oct 12, katinameow rated it it was ok. I wanted to understand how Margaret would be able to hold her head up in that town where everyone knew matt married her for financial gain while whoring with the vile mistress Feb 25, Catherine Flusche rated it really liked it. I didn’t think I was interested in reading about Margaret and Matt since they hadn’t appealed to me as interesting characters in previous books, but as their relationship developed, so did their personalities.
They had to mature and deal with the consequences of their histories. Loved what I thought was the final book in the series. This is book 3 of her Dakota Series. Matt is angry at Sheryl because he knows she is just using the baby to get money from them and to make them miserable. Apr 30, Jennifer rated it it was amazing Shelves: In her novels, Macomber brings to life compelling relationships that embrace family and enduring friendships, uplifting her readers with stories of connection and hope.
I was deeply relieved when you alwayss talking to that attorney Maddy recommended. Bob and Margaret ddebbie to marry Matt.
Regardless of what her friends and family say, and despite all the rumors, Margaret wants Matt anyway. Jun 26, Margie Gundelach rated it it was amazing.
The 3rd in the Dakota series started out slow, but I really liked it by the end. Macomber is also the author of the bestselling Cedar Cove Series which the Hallmark Channel chose as the basis for its first dramatic scripted television series. I really liked how there are three books to the series and it just kept going. And what she wants is marriage to cowboy, Matt Eilers.
This one has a wonderful bunch of characters in another small town, all interconnected and all going through their own issues. To make matters even more complicated, Margaret is pregnant too.
When listening to the audio version in the car, it was often hard to hear what was being read. S The 3rd in the Dakota series started out slow, but I really liked it by the end.
Always Dakota (Dakota , book 3) by Debbie Macomber
It’s always a good time reading about these little communities that Debbie Macomber creates. The writing itself is smooth, and I have eakota trouble understanding th Like the Cedar Cove series, this book reads like five or six short stories interwoven with each other, which makes it somewhat choppy.
Stalled lives are moving forward. The couple are going to have a house built in town, another example of how the town is continually growing and prospering.
This is the 3rd and final book in the Dakota Trilogy. To view it, click here.