Rio Wells, Texas, 1886
Dustin McCutcheon gets the surprise of his life when he comes face-to-face with Sidney Calhoun, the spitfire offspring of his father's worst adversary. The whole of Texas knows that McCutcheons and Calhouns just don't mix. Period. Yet Dustin is drawn to Sidney. The stirrings of attraction she brings out leave him with a serious decision to make: break the hearts of his family - or break his own. Neither choice is palatable....
Texas Lonesome, book eight of the McCutcheon Family Saga, continues the story of the brave and passionate men and women of Y Knot, Montana, and Rio Wells, Texas, by USA Today best-selling author Caroline Fyffe.
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Great Historical Western Romance!
The McCutcheon and Calhoun feud had gone on far too long and no one knew that better than Dustin McCutcheon and Sidney Calhoun who meet under adverse circumstances, are very aware of their family histories, yet are drawn to each other like moths to light. I enjoyed this unlikely love story and was rooting for Dustin and Sidney despite their strong family ties and the ongoing feud. I particularly liked Dustin’s determination to find out the facts behind the years-old feud and to end the feud so that he and Sidney could have their happy ever after. Despite this being Book Eight in the author’s saga about the McCutcheons and Calhouns, this historical romance can be read as a stand alone story and is well worth reading.