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This is Dan & Traci's story. We first meet them in SIX MONTHS IN MONTANA. Dan is Christian's younger brother, who loves the city life and living in Chicago...and is not happy to be stuck for several months in Beauville, MT recuperating with a badly broken leg. His spirits lift when he meets newly single Traci, who is also crazy about Christmas....while Dan would be happy t This is Dan & Traci's story. We first meet them in SIX MONTHS IN MONTANA. Dan is Christian's younger brother, who loves the city life and living in Chicago...and is not happy to be stuck for several months in Beauville, MT recuperating with a badly broken leg. His spirits lift when he meets newly single Traci, who is also crazy about Christmas....while Dan would be happy to skip the holiday entirely. She is not ready for a new relationship with anyone, especially a scrooge like him.....but Dan doesn't give up easily…


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This is Dan & Traci's story. We first meet them in SIX MONTHS IN MONTANA. Dan is Christian's younger brother, who loves the city life and living in Chicago...and is not happy to be stuck for several months in Beauville, MT recuperating with a badly broken leg. His spirits lift when he meets newly single Traci, who is also crazy about Christmas....while Dan would be happy t This is Dan & Traci's story. We first meet them in SIX MONTHS IN MONTANA. Dan is Christian's younger brother, who loves the city life and living in Chicago...and is not happy to be stuck for several months in Beauville, MT recuperating with a badly broken leg. His spirits lift when he meets newly single Traci, who is also crazy about Christmas....while Dan would be happy to skip the holiday entirely. She is not ready for a new relationship with anyone, especially a scrooge like him.....but Dan doesn't give up easily…

30 review for Mistletoe in Montana

  1. 5 out of 5

    Coco.V

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  2. 4 out of 5

    CD {Boulder Blvd}

    Wanted a holiday romance but DNF'd at 1/3 through the book. The voice was passive, all tell/no show with nothing but irrelevant detail. I was just incredibly bored. The writing itself felt a bit sophomoric and the book was just not worth my time. Wanted a holiday romance but DNF'd at 1/3 through the book. The voice was passive, all tell/no show with nothing but irrelevant detail. I was just incredibly bored. The writing itself felt a bit sophomoric and the book was just not worth my time.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    I was reading this - without much enthusiasm to be honest - when I remembered the exact same events happening in another book. Turns out this is the same story as Six Months in Montana, but written from the pov of different characters. The writing is stilted and 'separate', there is no sense of being in the story and in the end, irritated beyond belief with the total lack of any serious editing and the childish writing, I gave up. The time line seemed to make no sense and the author's fixation wi I was reading this - without much enthusiasm to be honest - when I remembered the exact same events happening in another book. Turns out this is the same story as Six Months in Montana, but written from the pov of different characters. The writing is stilted and 'separate', there is no sense of being in the story and in the end, irritated beyond belief with the total lack of any serious editing and the childish writing, I gave up. The time line seemed to make no sense and the author's fixation with food was weird. Just a question. If you order steak, baked potatoes and salad in a restaurant in the States, does it not come all at the same time? === They ordered sirloin steaks with baked potato and salad. A few minutes after they placed their orders the waitress returned with their salads and they started eating....(conversation ensues here)....... The waitress brought their steaks out a few minutes later and they were cooked perfectly.' ==== WTF??? ( I am assuming the baked potatoes were later served as dessert ;) )

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Boring. I stopped wasting my time on this story about a third of the way through. The writing was bad, and the plot just plodded along. The only thing interesting about this story was the tension between Traci and her ex-boyfriend Billy. Otherwise, Dan and Traci just spent time talking about the colors they were going to use in her interior designing scheme for his house. Zzzz....

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Still love the characters, but rather than just do a short recap of previous book, the author writes the same story from these main characters prospective. Waste the first half of the book with the exact same story. Bad choice. Overall same predictable romance and loving characters, but waste of my $3 overall .

  6. 4 out of 5

    Diane Wachter

    EBk-M, Kindle, @ 2014, read 12/8/20. Fiction, Christmas, Romance. Series - Montana Sweet Western Romance. A love story about a Chicago Stckmarket Wiz and a small town Montana decorator, who fall for each other despite their completely different goals, lifestyles, and navigating the problems of long distance relationships. 2☆'s = Okay. Fast, Christmasy read! EBk-M, Kindle, @ 2014, read 12/8/20. Fiction, Christmas, Romance. Series - Montana Sweet Western Romance. A love story about a Chicago Stckmarket Wiz and a small town Montana decorator, who fall for each other despite their completely different goals, lifestyles, and navigating the problems of long distance relationships. 2☆'s = Okay. Fast, Christmasy read!

  7. 5 out of 5

    CARLA

    http://celebrityreaders.com/2018/01/0... I’m sure this book is a good story but it was too slow to capture my attention. http://celebrityreaders.com/2018/01/0... I’m sure this book is a good story but it was too slow to capture my attention.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Red

    She was ok, he not so much. The writing is my biggest issue. First several chapters were just fine, but then everything devolved into the passive voice. This happened, that happened, two lines of dialogue. Rinse repeat. All the people ever did when 'hanging out' (no real dates) was sitting in front of the TV watching movies. Bah! My reading life is too short. Abandoned. She was ok, he not so much. The writing is my biggest issue. First several chapters were just fine, but then everything devolved into the passive voice. This happened, that happened, two lines of dialogue. Rinse repeat. All the people ever did when 'hanging out' (no real dates) was sitting in front of the TV watching movies. Bah! My reading life is too short. Abandoned.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    Sweet little Christmas romance to read in December. Not too great on the editing...the main character's name was misspelled a few times...which was kind of ridiculous...among other things. Nothing was too big to detract from the story but it was definitely noticeable. If you're in the mood for a quick little holiday read - pick this up! Sweet little Christmas romance to read in December. Not too great on the editing...the main character's name was misspelled a few times...which was kind of ridiculous...among other things. Nothing was too big to detract from the story but it was definitely noticeable. If you're in the mood for a quick little holiday read - pick this up!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lynn

    This story dragged for me because it's the kind where you're told rather than shown what transpires. I had to do a lot of skimming to finish. This style works for many people though so if it doesn't bother you then give it a try. This story dragged for me because it's the kind where you're told rather than shown what transpires. I had to do a lot of skimming to finish. This style works for many people though so if it doesn't bother you then give it a try.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Elise Davis

    Poorly written Holy run on sentences, needlessly long descriptions about pointless things, and countless cliches ("it felt like they kissed for 5 minutes, and when they came up for air..."). I had trouble finishing this book. I kept hoping it would get better, but it did not. Poorly written Holy run on sentences, needlessly long descriptions about pointless things, and countless cliches ("it felt like they kissed for 5 minutes, and when they came up for air..."). I had trouble finishing this book. I kept hoping it would get better, but it did not.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland Mistletoe in Montana was a cute Christmas read. This is the first book by this author I have read, but I didn't feel like I was missing anything not having read Six Months in Montana first, though I now want to go back and read that as well. Dan lives in Chicago and he loves it. He never wanted to settle in small town Beauville like his brother. He wants more than that. He loves the glitz and glamor of the big city. The restaurants, the bars, th This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland Mistletoe in Montana was a cute Christmas read. This is the first book by this author I have read, but I didn't feel like I was missing anything not having read Six Months in Montana first, though I now want to go back and read that as well. Dan lives in Chicago and he loves it. He never wanted to settle in small town Beauville like his brother. He wants more than that. He loves the glitz and glamor of the big city. The restaurants, the bars, the things to do and people to see. There is just so much more to see and do than in the small town where he grew up. He goes out every night, never really has a serious relationship, is just happy to meet new people and do whatever he wants. He works from home and makes a good living as a financial blogger and he is happy. Until he gets into an accident and breaks his leg. His brother comes to get him and take him back home to recuperate. He is thankful for the help, but can't wait to get back on his own two feet and back to the city, and hopefully before Christmas as he does not like to celebrate the holiday. He doesn't have good memories surrounding it and he prefers to just hole up alone and get through it every year. Traci is a local and loves Christmas. She is all about the holiday and she was really cute. She works a few different jobs, one of which is an interior designer for Dan's brothers wife. When the story opens she is engaged, but breaking things off as her fiance has changed for the worse recently. She is definitely not in any place to move on and get into a new relationship. When Traci and Dan meet there is a mutual attraction, but with Dan only in town for a short amount of time nothing could come of it. When he ends up staying longer than he intended, and needs the decorating help of Traci, things get a bit tricky. They both start falling for the other, but how could they make anything work when he lives in the city and she lives in her small town? I loved watching these two figure everything out and get closer together. They were a cute, sweet couple and a great holiday read.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Bill Batkay

    Rock and Doris in Montana As an aspiring writer myself, I know how challenging it is to turn out a finished piece of writing that is engagng, well-crafted, literate, and satisfying to the reader. Regrettably, this book is not that. Perhaps I am not as conversant with the conventions of, well, conventional romance writing as I'd hoped. But this book and others of its ilk read like a description of the longest foreplay with the least satisfying climax on record. It hardly matters that it is set pri Rock and Doris in Montana As an aspiring writer myself, I know how challenging it is to turn out a finished piece of writing that is engagng, well-crafted, literate, and satisfying to the reader. Regrettably, this book is not that. Perhaps I am not as conversant with the conventions of, well, conventional romance writing as I'd hoped. But this book and others of its ilk read like a description of the longest foreplay with the least satisfying climax on record. It hardly matters that it is set primarily on a ranch of some sort in Montana. Aside from an occasional reference to characters going to Bozeman for dinner, it might just as well have been set in Camden, New Jersey. The "romance" that slowly, oh so slowly, develops between the MC is so decorous that when they finally, finally decide to make love, it is like those scenes in Doris Day-Rock Hudson movies when the camera fades to black as the leads head to the bedroom. Seriously, in 2021? Okay, let's set aside the plot and turn to the writing. I'm not sure if the author simply can't write, or if she was so rushed that she didn't have time to read her drafts for the day. She has the male MC break his leg , in THREE PLACES, and then go to his brother's ranch to recuperate over the ensuing two months. The author then seems to forget about the implications of that reality, and makes only fitfull referenced to his using crutches. At some point, without ever informing us of how or when, the cast and the crutches and any long-term effects of the horrendous leg break just...disappear. Please, I cannot take seriously writing like this, despite rather attractive characters and an intriguing set-up. If a HEA ending is enough to satisfy you, by all means try this book. There are much worse written ones out there. Otherwise, save your money.

  14. 5 out of 5

    K B

    **2 Mistletoe in Montana (Montana Sweet Western Romance Series, Book 2)an and Traci's story by Pamela M. Kelley 4 stars I purchased a copy of the novella Montana Sweet Western Romance Series, Book 2:Mistletoe in Montana and Traci's story by Pamela M. Kelley and this review was given freely. Beginning about in the middle of the time frame of book 1, this second novella sets the scene by relaying Traci's difficult breakup with a controlling Billy and Dan's life in Chicago prior to the accident that **2 Mistletoe in Montana (Montana Sweet Western Romance Series, Book 2)an and Traci's story by Pamela M. Kelley 4 stars I purchased a copy of the novella Montana Sweet Western Romance Series, Book 2:Mistletoe in Montana and Traci's story by Pamela M. Kelley and this review was given freely. Beginning about in the middle of the time frame of book 1, this second novella sets the scene by relaying Traci's difficult breakup with a controlling Billy and Dan's life in Chicago prior to the accident that breaks his leg. Playboy,Investment blogger and freelance journalist Dan {Christian's brother} returns home to the Montana ranch, obtains a new appreciation for family and Beauville, finally heals after the tragic Christmas eve death of his parents 10 years ago, and finds love with the reticent, gunshy and newly single Decorator Traci {Christian's best friend Travis' sister}. An attraction at first sight/friends to more romance where the sweet but rocky relationship is peppered with scenes from the first novel, redecorating Dan's guest house, Christmas preparations and with encounters with Traci's ex Billy.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Timothy Hendricks

    I enjoyed this book thoroughly. I do think Pamela Kelley is a very good writer. This book shows how important a good storyline is . Even though the reader was led to believe that Traci & Dan also had a good time in the bed the author did not have to go into any detail at all. Enough was given to let our imagination do the rest. And it just wasn't important to the scheme of things. It wasn't what brought Traci & Dan together and it isn't what kept them together. Dan seems to have done some maturi I enjoyed this book thoroughly. I do think Pamela Kelley is a very good writer. This book shows how important a good storyline is . Even though the reader was led to believe that Traci & Dan also had a good time in the bed the author did not have to go into any detail at all. Enough was given to let our imagination do the rest. And it just wasn't important to the scheme of things. It wasn't what brought Traci & Dan together and it isn't what kept them together. Dan seems to have done some maturing while in Chicago and when he ends up back home in Beauville, Montana he meets Traci who is down to earth. She is a woman that isn't impressed with money and things. She is a person who cares about people and the business she is trying to build. This makes her different than the women he had dated. I look forward to the author's next book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cat Parker

    It was just ok. It struck me as a story that could be better if it was made into a TV movie! I hadn’t read the first book, but it was made quite clear what happened beforehand. To be honest, if it was anything like this book, then I wouldn’t have read book two, free download or otherwise. A few things irritated me; the version I was reading had quite a few editing errors ie. missing letters from words. There seemed to be a lot of drink driving. Also, when a man is convalescing due to multiple bre It was just ok. It struck me as a story that could be better if it was made into a TV movie! I hadn’t read the first book, but it was made quite clear what happened beforehand. To be honest, if it was anything like this book, then I wouldn’t have read book two, free download or otherwise. A few things irritated me; the version I was reading had quite a few editing errors ie. missing letters from words. There seemed to be a lot of drink driving. Also, when a man is convalescing due to multiple breaks to his leg, I fail to see how he ‘ran to the kitchen’. The text was very simplistic, perhaps too basic. It made for a very easy read, but was lacking in the skill needed to create a connection to the characters or their setting. It was predictable, this type of book tends to be, which is absolutely fine with me, however, it could have been so much better.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Cindy Cooke

    Great read This book shows two lifestyles: small town boy makes it big in Chicago stock market, and girl makes a happy life in small town Montana. Problem occurs when he breaks a leg and goes to stay with his brother to recuperate and decides to redecorate his home. Guess who his decorator is....the differences don't stop there. She loves all things small town, from Christmas pageants to open house parties with old friends. He loves the hustle bustle of city life. Always a party to go to and too Great read This book shows two lifestyles: small town boy makes it big in Chicago stock market, and girl makes a happy life in small town Montana. Problem occurs when he breaks a leg and goes to stay with his brother to recuperate and decides to redecorate his home. Guess who his decorator is....the differences don't stop there. She loves all things small town, from Christmas pageants to open house parties with old friends. He loves the hustle bustle of city life. Always a party to go to and too many one night stands. Can they find happiness together? You betcha! Great read...

  18. 5 out of 5

    Pam

    Like a Hallmark Christmas movie but with a rushed ending. Too many descriptions of the food, clothes, and especially the wine pairings. It was like the author had just learned wine pairings and was showing off her new skill. Annoying. Too many things just didn't make sense. Dan was only going to be there for a couple months but he totally redecorated the guest cottage? "For resale." The house was attached to the main house by a short walkway on a private ranch. How would they sell it? Dan hated Like a Hallmark Christmas movie but with a rushed ending. Too many descriptions of the food, clothes, and especially the wine pairings. It was like the author had just learned wine pairings and was showing off her new skill. Annoying. Too many things just didn't make sense. Dan was only going to be there for a couple months but he totally redecorated the guest cottage? "For resale." The house was attached to the main house by a short walkway on a private ranch. How would they sell it? Dan hated the holiday season but he agreed at the last minute to play Santa just 20 minutes after Traci asks? Nope.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    Dan is a finance guy in Chicago. He spends his days on the internet buying and selling stocks. He also has a blog and writes articles about finance. He spends his nights out partying with friends. His life is great and he loves it. When he brakes his leg in three places in an accident he ends up recouping in Montana in his home town. It is boring and he hates it. Until he meets Traci. He hires her to fix up his house that he inherited next door to his brother. It is a smooth flowing story and ea Dan is a finance guy in Chicago. He spends his days on the internet buying and selling stocks. He also has a blog and writes articles about finance. He spends his nights out partying with friends. His life is great and he loves it. When he brakes his leg in three places in an accident he ends up recouping in Montana in his home town. It is boring and he hates it. Until he meets Traci. He hires her to fix up his house that he inherited next door to his brother. It is a smooth flowing story and easy to read.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Daniela Bernaldo

    I don't know what to think of this book. I simply adored the first one and had high expectations for the second one, but it was a bit monotone and there was more narrative than action. Though I loved their story, I was hopping for more exciting things that only came when I was nearing the end. Aaaaalso what was that cross-ove with Winter in Ireland? I've read that book and it had NOTHING to do with what was described in this book so I got really confused there. All in all, it was a simple and be I don't know what to think of this book. I simply adored the first one and had high expectations for the second one, but it was a bit monotone and there was more narrative than action. Though I loved their story, I was hopping for more exciting things that only came when I was nearing the end. Aaaaalso what was that cross-ove with Winter in Ireland? I've read that book and it had NOTHING to do with what was described in this book so I got really confused there. All in all, it was a simple and beautiful read, but it could have been way better.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shatire

    Not my preferred style... I've read the series before, but am just now reviewing. I really love the characters, but I feel like very little happens over long periods of time. Each book's time span is several months, but there's no real conflict or drama. Sometimes the stories are wordy and drawn out. Maybe it's because I'm into more suspenseful and darker books. I do recommend giving the series a try, it may be more to your liking than mine. Not my preferred style... I've read the series before, but am just now reviewing. I really love the characters, but I feel like very little happens over long periods of time. Each book's time span is several months, but there's no real conflict or drama. Sometimes the stories are wordy and drawn out. Maybe it's because I'm into more suspenseful and darker books. I do recommend giving the series a try, it may be more to your liking than mine.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    Holiday romance. This is the only book I have read in the series, so I was conscious of not knowing the backstory of many of the characters. For example, I had no idea whether Molly and Christian had a real marriage, as it was hinted they did not. I didn't particularly care for a lot of the characters and they were superficial. While this was technically a "sweet" and "clean" romance, it was not completely clean as to actions, but without graphic details. Holiday romance. This is the only book I have read in the series, so I was conscious of not knowing the backstory of many of the characters. For example, I had no idea whether Molly and Christian had a real marriage, as it was hinted they did not. I didn't particularly care for a lot of the characters and they were superficial. While this was technically a "sweet" and "clean" romance, it was not completely clean as to actions, but without graphic details.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Barbi

    I really enjoyed this book since it was a Christmas romance and I am a bit of a sucker for them. Traci is a store clerk/interior decorator who has just gotten out of a long-term relationship gone sour. Dan is a stock trader/blogger from Chicago who has returned home after an injury. They meet and there are sparks but Traci is hesitant since Dan is only there until he is recovered. Their friendship soon turns into more but will they fight it or part ways?

  24. 5 out of 5

    Billye

    Good lighthearted read. I read it in two sittings. It would encourage me to read the next book and look for Book 1. The characters were easy to follow. I recommend it for those who enjoy romance novels. Good lighthearted read. I read it in two sittings. It would encourage me to read the next book and look for Book 1. The characters were easy to follow. I recommend it for those who enjoy romance novels.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Audrey

    Buttery soft leather I seriously lost count of how many times the phrase "buttery soft leather" was used. Seriously. This second book in the series did slightly better about describing the human emotion involved, but not by much. The story itself was okay. The natural progression of things was predictably pleasant, but somewhat anticlimactic. Overall, an easy read Buttery soft leather I seriously lost count of how many times the phrase "buttery soft leather" was used. Seriously. This second book in the series did slightly better about describing the human emotion involved, but not by much. The story itself was okay. The natural progression of things was predictably pleasant, but somewhat anticlimactic. Overall, an easy read

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tina Clarke

    Love this series Just discovered this author last week and today I finished a second book by her! Love Pamela's writing! Cant wait to continue this serious and see what happens with Travis and Isabella! Love this series Just discovered this author last week and today I finished a second book by her! Love Pamela's writing! Cant wait to continue this serious and see what happens with Travis and Isabella!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Gabz

    I wanted to like this, I really did. But there's a lot more tell than there is show and after a while that just gets to be too much. I couldn't bring myself to care much about the characters or anything else in their lives - they didn't stand out. I wanted to like this, I really did. But there's a lot more tell than there is show and after a while that just gets to be too much. I couldn't bring myself to care much about the characters or anything else in their lives - they didn't stand out.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Penny Friday-Baker

    What a sweet story Mistletoe in Montana.....a fun, sweet read. Like the relationship between Molly and Traci....soon to be sister in laws. Going to read book one, Six months in Montana to catch up with the characters.....

  29. 4 out of 5

    dean landsberg

    Even better!!! A wonderful story with amazingly lifelike and real characters that you can't help but to like... it's even better than the first in the series. I can't wait to continue the story Even better!!! A wonderful story with amazingly lifelike and real characters that you can't help but to like... it's even better than the first in the series. I can't wait to continue the story

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline Driggers

    This is a pretty good book, buttttt ........ If he breaks his leg in 3 places in an accident in Chicago, Illinois ........ Then why the heck do they fly him all the way to Montana to recover, right after the accident? Why don't they just stay with him in Chicago? So, for me, the foundation for the whole book doesn't make a lot of sense. Also, how he ends up staying longer ....... recovering from a broken leg, he goes out walking in the dark? I mean, come on! What are these people? Naturally born s This is a pretty good book, buttttt ........ If he breaks his leg in 3 places in an accident in Chicago, Illinois ........ Then why the heck do they fly him all the way to Montana to recover, right after the accident? Why don't they just stay with him in Chicago? So, for me, the foundation for the whole book doesn't make a lot of sense. Also, how he ends up staying longer ....... recovering from a broken leg, he goes out walking in the dark? I mean, come on! What are these people? Naturally born stupid? Any book, for it to be a great book, has to have a good foundation story that MAKES SENSE! This is a good enough book to read, but many of the foundation stories just don't work.

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