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Montana Sky Justice

Narrated by: Lara Asmundson
Series: Montana Sky, Book 9
Length: 9 hrs and 8 mins

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Audiobook nine in the Montana Sky series.

K.C. Granger is the sheriff of Sweetwater Springs. Since she was five, K.C. has dressed like a man and been treated as such. She’s efficient at her job and has garnered the respect of the inhabitants of Sweetwater Springs.

Red Charlie is a Blackfoot Indian and the blacksmith of Sweetwater Springs. He’s silently battled the prejudice against him by doing his job in a competent manner and handling slurs with dignity.

When reports of Indian thievery begin, K.C. enlists Red Charlie as her deputy, even traveling with him to the nearest reservation and taking needed supplies for the starving people. The two of them settle into a comfortable working relationship. K.C. doesn’t know what to do with the womanly emotions of love she grows to feel for her deputy, and Red Charlie believes a relationship with an Indian will only bring trouble to the woman he admires. Then a marauding gang takes over the town, and danger threatens everything they love. 

©2016 Debra Holland (P)2016 Debra Holland

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  • Gail
  • 18-03-2020

much about nothing

story and narrative, i just kept fast farwarding. narrator voice changes were hard to get use to. it just was a struggle to enjoy, sorry

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  • Moosey
  • 23-05-2019

Sherriff finds live!

I love this installment of the series and was waiting for the Sherrif's story to see if she would find her true love. This story is indicative of the many shades of love and the struggles to obtain it .

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  • Dorothy Roller
  • 23-05-2019

Good story that makes you keep listening.

I loved this story when I read it and I love it listening to it. Debra Holland is an awesome author and Lara Asmundson does a good job as narrator.
The story is action packed and involves the woman sheriff in Sweetwater Springs, her Indian friend who is also a deputy when she needs one and is the town's blacksmith. Money stolen at the festival to raise money for a new church gets the sheriff and her deputies and other sheriffs from towns around there on the trail of the outlaws.
It takes them to Morgan's Crossing and find more thefts at the mayors house.
Lara Asmundson does a good job with men, women, and children's voices and it makes it pleasant to listen to this story.
I highly recommend this audible story by Debra Holland. I also recommend reading the story first or along with the audible.

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  • Cindy Nipper
  • 10-05-2019

Adventure awaits!

This was a great story and it was fun to be reacquainted with and remember old friends from the other books in this series! Little Walter stole my heart and I loved Seth’s recounting of his choice of bride! KC is a remarkable and strong woman and Chogan is the perfect compliment to her personality, but how can it work that a white woman could be with an Indian man? Debra creates a town, situation, and family where anything is possible!
As always Lara is the perfect narrator for this series! She easily pronounces the Blackfoot language, gently rolls out the Scottish brogue, distinguishes between the men, women, and children, and keeps the story intriguing! I love her cadence as well.

Debra offered me a copy of this audiobook! I have enjoyed many others in this series and my reviews are always 100% my own opinions!

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  • Cathy Henderson
  • 08-04-2019

Montana Sky Justice

We return to Sweet Water Springs for the story of Sheriff K C Granger and Chogan “Red Charlie”. I have read all the books in this series and have thoroughly enjoyed them. This author is a great storyteller and knows her history regarding this time period. The stories are very vivid and detailed and you can see the landscape, feel the snow and fall in love with the town and its people. Montana Sky Justice was a good story with really bad characters and really good characters. This is a time when good was good and bad was bad and you knew where you stood. That being said this book is one of my least favorites of the series as there was very little romance between the hero and heroine. The story was so much about how tough Sheriff Granger was and very little between her and Chogan, however, I did like Chogan’s character.

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  • Kathy K
  • 13-02-2019

Another amazing adventure!!

Another amazing adventure!! I have not been disappointed yet by Debra Holland!! She writes books that makes it hard to put them done!! Come with sherrif KC as you learn about her life and growing love!!!

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  • Titaniummom
  • 04-02-2019

A little of everything I love!

Such a great storyline even my 10 yr old boy enjoyed listening to it in the car.

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  • Madison W Fairbanks
  • 30-12-2018

Montana Sky Justice by Debra Holland

Montana Sky Justice by Debra Holland

Sheriff KC Granger’s story from the Montana Sky series. Historical sweet romance although the romance part is only a small percentage of the overall length.
9th book in the series. Can be read as a standalone but it’s better appreciated if you’ve read prior books. In particular, there are appearances by many prior characters such as Seth and Trudy from the Mail-Order Brides, some of the children from the various families, Andre Bellaire, banker Caleb, dressmaker Constance and Dr Angus as well as the Reverend Norton.

In this story, the town has a fundraiser in conjunction with a celebration but bank robbers interrupt and manage to make it out of town. Sheriff Granger and various members from the community form a posse to hunt the robbers down.
We learn some of the Sheriff’s past as well as some of the rigors of the old west.
I fell in love with the child Walter. He knows he has a job to do as instructed by his father, but his joy with the puppy, his appreciation of a baked potato and his worry over Deputy Chogan prove his heart is pure and good.

I alternated between the audible version and a bit of the kindle version. Listening to these historical stories by narrator Laura Asmundson is like a soothing stress reliever. Peaceful and heartwarming.

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  • Virginia
  • 18-11-2018

Wonderful!

I wish I could give this more stars. It was filled with adventure, obligations, and love. I was happy to hear the story of K C, the female sheriff and the blacksmith Native American and sometimes deputy Red Wolf. Lara’s narration of it was perfect!

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  • AnnieS
  • 18-11-2018

Montana Sky Justice

I really enjoyed Montana Sky Justice. It was an action packed adventure that solved a few mysteries about characters that have been in various books throughout the series.