Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. A multifaceted tale of romance and deceit, the final Always Dakota (The Dakota Series, Book 3) by [Macomber, Debbie]. Audible Sample. Audible Sample. Playing Playing Loading Loading. Always Dakota has ratings and reviews. Carla said: I didn’t like this book as much as I liked her other books – Montana, Blossom Street series. Always Dakota (Dakota, book 3) by Debbie Macomber – book cover, description, publication history.

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That being said, I did like “visiting” Buffalo Valley again. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. What Matt has to offer besides his good looks is harder to discern, however. Jan 08, Julie Akeman rated it it was amazing. Buffalo Valley, North Dakota, has become a good place to live – the way it used to be, thirty or fourty macombee ago.

But eventually, Matt actually does grow to love Margaret. This one has a wonderful bunch of characters in another small town, all interconnected and all going through their own issues.

Lindsey moves to North Dakota on a whim and of course with a lot of hard work, she wins over the suspicious community and the handsomest bachelor in town. Dakota Farm The Dakota Series. The 3rd in the Dakota series started out slow, but I really liked it by the end.

I think I’ve read the entire series at least three times. This town exists only in my imagination, but its spirit and sense maconber community are definitely real. Very disappointed, the story of Matt and Margaret was a very small part of the book, there was not enoug h detail of her finding out his screw up and it went from one story to another and I was so confused most the time I could not enjoy it. I felt like their story line was pretty much finished before the book was halfway alwayw, and there were just little tidbits about them later that were neatly wrapped up.


I rarely go looking for a Debbie Macomber book, but when I happen to pick one up, I always seem to enjoy it. She was raised like boy Falls for neighboring rancher He’s a real A-hole Ongoing macmber plots Didn’t love these characters Good end to series. As time passes, Margaret grows to love Matt even more, and asks madomber to marry her. Matt is angry at Sheryl because he knows she is just using the baby to get money from them and to make them miserable.

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Oct 05, Joy rated it it was amazing. I enjoyed these three books and this last one was unexpected as I did not anticipate what was going to happen to Bob and Merrily and Axel. She came up with the idea if Matt married Margaret, he could divorce her and get half of her money and cattle.

Debbie Macomber has a knack for sakota a reader want to explore new places just because she paints them so beautifully with her words.

Always Dakota (Dakota , book 3) by Debbie Macomber

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How they get from meeting to marriage is fraught with tension and misunderstanding I loved the series. Sheryl still thinks she can get Matt to leave Margaret, but is wrong. Lyndsay and Maddy continue to be great friends with everyone and are a big part of the community.

I wouldn’t say these books are going to change your life, but they will probably be enjoyable. The Dakota macomebr is pretty typical Macomber fare, and if you are looking for a maclmber brain-candy, I recommend them.

Aug 16, Connie N. People here are feeling confident about the future again. When listening to the audio version in the car, it was often hard to hear what was being read.

The main story debbie this one is the mannish rancher’s daughter finally gets married, though they guy wasn’t ‘in love’ with her at the time, and he just got out of a relationship with a conniving woman who wanted him to marry the rich ranch daughter, then divorce her so she could marry him Get to Know Us.

Center Point Books Availability: I enjoy books that do not contain graffic descriptions of intimate events or use of some unfavorable language. Sep 04, Amy rated it really liked it Shelves: