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Ivy (The Montgomery Sisters, book 3)

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Ivy Montgomery is tired of her sister's constant nagging and protectiveness. Blind, she decides to escape in the middle of the night when she is captured and brought far from home. With no understanding of the outside world, Ivy must use her keen abilities to navigate the wilderness around her. Anger and hopelessness are her only defenses against the things she cannot do.

Kindle Edition, 164 pages
Published November 5th 2018 by Picco Press
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Jul 08, 2019 rated it really liked it
This was quite a different read as compared to the previous two books. Ivy was visually disabled and she left the protective circle of her sisters and their husbands to run away and explore the world. But she was kidnapped and soon saved by the Lakota chief Hotah, who was searching for his own brother.

My third book by author Kat Flannery, the story showed the tough times for the native Indians who had to leave their land and make life elsewhere. In such prickly times, two hurt individuals found
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Ivy is the third novella in the Montgomery Sisters trilogy. It begins similarly to Poppy in that we first encounter the eponymous sister isolated from her family but, in this case, Ivy's attempted escape from her overprotective sisters has gone very wrong. Ivy suffers from extremely poor eyesight - perhaps cataracts? - so Flannery explores her experiences of living at that time. I found this interesting, but wasn't convinced by Fern or Poppy'
Jul 19, 2019 rated it really liked it
Three sisters who basically have raised themselves in barely settled territory. The first two have proven themselves strong but found love and have decided to remain together, since Poppy and her husband may travel together as Pinkertons. Ivy, the youngest, has been isolated and pampered by the elder sisters, as her sight has been declining. However she is made of just as stern stuff as the other two. The trouble is they have grown used to not seeing her as capable.

Hotah, chief of a local Sioux
Jul 29, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Ivy is the third installment from Kat Flannery’s The Montgomery Sisters series. This one is by far my favorite of the series. It tells the story of Ivy Montgomery, who is being smothered by her protective sisters because she is blind. During the night, she leaves and is captured. She is bitter, angry and unable to deal with the outside world. She must find a way to survive without her sisters. She finds an unlikely ally, Hotah, a Lakota Sioux Chief. He shows her how to deal with her blindness an ...more
Jul 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
In the third and final installment, we meet Ivy, the youngest Montgomery sister. She is almost completely blind and has learned to rely on her other senses to flourish. While she is a strong, young woman with a lot of capabilities, her two sisters do not treat her this way. In fact, they often treat her like a child – ordering her to stay at home. While this is done out of love and fear, my heart hurts for Ivy as she craves freedom and trust.

This is how we find Ivy in the beginning of the novel
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Kat Flannery’s love of history shows in her novels. She is an avid reader of historical, suspense, paranormal, and romance. A member of many writing groups including the National Romance Writers of America (RWA), Kat enjoys promoting other authors on her blog. When she’s not busy writing, or marketing Kat volunteers her time to other aspiring authors.

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