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Edith Livingston Grayson can hardly wait to shake the dust of Sweetwater Springs, Montana, from her silk skirts. Finally her exile to the small prairie town is over. She is returning home to Boston with her son, Ben. Home to society. Home to educated, upper-class people. Home to the ocean. She can’t wait to attend cultured entertainment, shop in exclusive stores, sail in the harbor, and use indoor plumbing - well, her brother’s home in Sweetwater Springs had indoor plumbing - but most of the town did not!

But Edith’s triumphant return is not at all what she dreamed. She finds Boston society isn’t the same. Or, rather, she isn’t the same. For she’s left a piece of her heart in Sweetwater Springs.

Yet, her son’s family is in Boston, and Ben will inherit their business. The kind of cultured, sophisticated men she’s interested in are in Boston. Indoor plumbing is in Boston - or at least the part of the city she frequents.

Worst of all, Edith can’t help thinking of the rugged rancher she left behind - exactly the kind of man she doesn’t want, even if he does make her laugh. Cai Driscoll is bold, unpretentious, and firmly planted in the land of Montana.

Edith resolves to put Cai out of her heart and find happiness beyond Montana’s sky. She almost succeeds, until her rancher comes to Boston and challenges everything she believes is important.

Beyond Montana's Sky by New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Debra Holland is historical romance at its best - a warm, uplifting story of new love and second chances. 

©2015 Debra Holland (P)2015 Debra Holland

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  • Madison W Fairbanks
  • 07-04-2021

Beyond Montana Sky by Debra Holland

Beyond Montana Sky by Debra Holland
Book 10 of the Montana Sky series. Historical sweet romance. Best read as part of the series in order to appreciate the overall arc.
Edith’s story. For fans of the series, Edith is not the same woman that came to live in Sweetwater Springs. It’s her turn to find love, and no one realizes how much she’s changed more than Edith herself.

Sweetwater Springs and its residents near and far, have been good to and for Edith and her son Ben. Coming from Boston it took them awhile to appreciate the beauty and weather of Montana but the people were always friendly and helpful. Indoor plumbing and nearby neighbors may be scarce, but that’s no excuse for forgetting your manners. Or proprietary.
Edith and Ben must now move back to Boston so he can learn the family business. Neither will find Boston as they left it.

A lovely and heartwarming romance and overall personification of Edith. She’s created deep friendships and an understanding of social discrepancies she never would have appreciated before Sweetwater Springs. It’s so poignant that she found her love and happy ever after.
I truly love this darling and loving historical series.

I listened to the audio version of this book narrated by Lara Asmundson. She does a wonderful job of making you invested in the story with voice cadence and emotions. Lara dies most of this series and is pleasant to listen to.

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  • Carolyn G. Manuel
  • 12-12-2020

A Return to Boston

Edith Livingston Grayson is returning to society life in Boston with her son Ben. But it’s not the same and their hearts are still in Sweetwater Springs Montana. Then her Rancher açaí comes to Boston and she finds herself creating new dreams. A tender romance and second chance at love. Recommend series.

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  • Sandra
  • 03-11-2020

Tired of "Thrillers"!

I read before I go to bed, and don't enjoy thrillers before I go to sleep. Holland writes about small towns and down to earth people, Most of her books are in series order, and her great characters reappear from book to book.

Some of her books start out slow, but they do pick up, and Holland knows how pull you into to her interesting stories of the west.

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  • Kathleen
  • 29-09-2020

Made for 18 year olds or less

The story was ok, could have been better if written more creatively. Too many uninteresting and needless details. Really good premise if written for adults. Performance, c-.

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