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The Forever Sky

(Montana Gold #4)

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Can a young widow with no faith in love, hope for a future with the man who broke her heart?

Maisey isn’t about to give Rob another chance to reject her love. Why should she believe that the man who left town without a backward glance three years ago cares about her? Life had taught her all about broken dreams, and she didn’t want to hope again. If only her young daughter w
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Paperback, 186 pages
Published December 1st 2019 by Mountain Brook Ink
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Sydney
Jan 17, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: kindle-unlimited
The story is a bit slow in the beginning and may take readers up to half way through the story to get into it. Another struggle readers may have is with their being too many points of view, making the story hard to follow. But it gets better as the story goes along if readers will stick with it. Full of the feel of what life is like in the wilds of Montana, this story shows the struggles of the people and their way of life. This story has strong themes of finding the truth and forgiveness, as we ...more
Erin
Jan 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: justread-tours
My Thoughts on The Forever Sky:
Loved this book! I love historical romances and this one was amazing!

Highly recommend this book and this series to anyone who wants to lose themselves in history and books. Of course, it might make you lose yourself in rabbit trails while researching history too!

Okay, here’s my side note. This is book four in a series. You’re going to want to read the whole series. Not because you absolutely have to to understand this story. You don’t. But it will make this particu
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Marie
Nov 27, 2019 rated it really liked it
Thank you in advance to JustRead Publicity tours and the author for sending me a complimentary copy to review. A positive review was not requested nor required, and all words are my own.

“The Forever Sky” is the fourth and final book of the Montana Gold Series by Janalyn Voigt. Each fictional story is based on actual events that occurred during that time of civil unrest in America.

The series starts with “Hills of Nevermore” which introduces America Reed and Shane Hayes who also have a significant
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Suzie Waltner
Dec 27, 2019 rated it really liked it
While this is the fourth and final book in the Montana Gold series, it stands well on its own. I’ve read book one but haven’t gotten to books two and three yet and wasn’t at all lost when reading The Forever Sky.

Janalyn Voigt gives readers a taste of life in the wilds of Montana that includes some of the dangers, the tribulations of living in a just starting town, and the need of neighbors who look out for each other. Then she adds some romance on top of all of that.

Rob and Maisey have a history
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Kaitlyn S.
This book was a beautiful story exploring the themes of truth, forgiveness, and waiting on the Lord's perfect timing for your life.

This story takes place in the Wild West of Montana, and it showcases the dangers the settlers faced from Indians and living away from civilization. when the Indians raid, take captives, and freedom is bartered for, two people who had previously known each other end up married. The question they must ask themselves is if they are ready for it? Do they have what it ta
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Abigail Harris
Jan 15, 2020 rated it liked it
The Forever Sky, a powerful title. You would expect a powerful book to back the title, wouldn't you? I found a slightly above average western romance that followed a couple whose love had been given to each other and lost by their own choices yet stubbornness followed with a dose of unforgiveness (my word). While I came to enjoy the story there were too many points of views for my liking, six in all and that makes it hard to like a story that you would normally find two point of views or maybe f ...more
Mandy
Jan 19, 2020 rated it really liked it
Janalyn Voigt is a new to me author, and I sure am glad I was introduced to her writing! This will not be my last book by her. In this western story I was transported overland and through time to Montana in the 19th century. For me, it made for a delightful adventure. The characters were very relatable. I found myself connecting with Maisey as I had felt some of the same insecurities she was feeling when I was around her age. I liked the character of Rob. He showed that not everyone knows exactl ...more
June Jacobs
Jan 15, 2020 rated it really liked it
This Christian historical romance was a well-written, enjoyable read written by a 'new-to-me' author.

There were many things I admire about this story, but one of the things at the top of my list was the author's use of higher-level vocabulary when describing her characters, their thoughts, the setting, and the events of the story. Words such as 'inconstancy' are not ones a reader usually finds in this genre.

Another special touch in the story was the inclusion of the period literature being read
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Laura
Jan 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I thoroughly enjoyed The Forever Sky, read it in 24 hours! The fourth in author Janalyn Voigt’s Montana Gold series, and the second I’ve had the pleasure of reading.

Set in the Montana Valley during the “Wild West” time period, Maisey, a young widowed mother, is determined to live life without a husband; after all, she’s loved and lost twice. Three years earlier, Maisey thought perhaps she would remarry again, but he determined he needed to seek his fortune in gold. Despite Maisey’s assurances t
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Jane
Jan 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
The Forever Sky is the fourth and final book in Janalyn Voigt’s Montana Gold series. I previously read the first book but not books two or three. While it did take me a bit to “get into” the story, I don’t think I was hindered by not having read the entire series - although I would like to do so at some point. Voigt will continue the story of these characters in the Montana Treasures series which I look forward to reading.
The Forever Sky is a story of lost dreams and broken relationships; but a
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Pam
Jan 11, 2020 rated it really liked it
The Forever Sky is book 4 on Voigt’s Montana Gold series and features several characters from earlier volumes. Although the primary characters are Maisey and Rob, it was fun to catch up with Shane and America. Widowed Maisey’s daughter Phoebe also added an entertaining addition to the story.

In this novel, Rob has returned after three years away, hoping to continue his future with Maisey but she isn’t interested in letting him hurt her again. Unfortunately she is unable to keep her heart under co
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Cheryl Wood
Jan 15, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: just-read-tours
The Forever Sky is the fourth book in the author’s Montana Gold series. I did not read the first three books and think this could be read as a stand alone. The author based the book on actual historical events during yet again a time of unrest in America. The book explores love, courage in the wild west and faith as well as truth, forgiveness and waiting on God’s perfect timing. I really enjoy that the characters have flaws just like we all do.
Rob is interested in his future with Maisey, but she
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Connie Carpenter
Jan 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
“The Forever Sky” is the fourth and final book of the Montana Gold Series by Janalyn Voigt.I have read the 1st book, and this book. While they are part of a series, you can read them as a standalone. There are several pros to this book. The author has created unique, real feeling characters. She has crafted a storyline that will draw you in within a few pages. One of my favorite things about this book is the way that the author describes her scenes. She describes them in such a way that you feel ...more
Randi Sampson
Jan 06, 2020 rated it really liked it
The Forever Sky is book number four in Janalyn Voigt's Montana Gold series. I had read book one in the series, but had missed the second and third. While I think this could be read as a standalone, it is continued from these previous books with backstory and characters already pretty well established in those previous books. I found that personally, I had a harder time getting into this particular story than I did with Hills of Nevermore (book one). I do believe that this was because I had misse ...more
Christi
If I could sum up The Forever Sky in one word it would be miscommunication. Throughout the entire book you see people jumping to conclusions before knowing the truth creating hurt, resentment, and unforgiving hearts, making this book incredibly relatable, as we've all struggled with this at one time or another in our lives.

Each of the characters held my heart, the writing so masterful, conveying the emotions of each player, leaving no question of the motivations and point-of-views. The imagery i
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Phyllis
Dec 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Faith, love and courage in the Old West

My rating is 4.5 stars

Full of beautiful imagery, The Forever Sky had me experiencing the Old West personally. From the sights and sounds of Montana to the deep emotions each character felt, they were brought to life in this fascinating story. I loved the description of the unusually colored woodpecker – it was so different from any around where I live.

Rob and Maisey had been in love with each other for a long time, yet Rob's need to prove himself drove him
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Dee Wolters
Dec 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing
“The Forever Sky” Montana Gold, book #4, by Janalyn Voigt, book review

Maisey has been hurt by Rob enough, so she is not allowing him another chance, even when rides into town looking incredible on his horse. She and her daughter have settled into a comfortable life, and she does not need any new complications, which is what Rob will be.

After three long years away, Rob is ready to commit to Maisey in a way he was not ready for when he rode out of town. His time in the gold fields were successful
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Amanda  H
Dec 15, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I loved the historical detail in this story and throughout the whole series! This is the 4th book in the Montana Gold series. While it can be read alone, I think it is best enjoyed reading the series as a whole and in order, since the characters from the previous books make appearances and Maisey's story starts in the other books.
I thought it was fascinating how this book deals with some of the difficulties that pioneers faced, especially when Maisey is kidnapped by the Salish. Things become e
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Shonda
Dec 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A great book with so many loveable characters. The characters pull you in from the beginning with the friendships they have with each other. There was such a great story building with an old love that has a second chance. A new romance was also started in this book and I’m hoping that I get to read more in the next book. The author does a great job of keeping the story moving with a relationship the endures much and keeps maturing. I love this series although each book can be read as a stand alo ...more
Edward Arrington
Nov 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Janalyn Voigt tells a good story with some excellent life lessons about forgiveness, both giving and receiving, and about putting your past behind you. I have enjoyed watching the characters grow and develop throughout the series. One of my favorites has been Shane, who appeared as the itinerant preacher in the first book. He has developed into a man of true character and integrity, ready to help anyone in whatever way he can. Although not the main character of this story, he plays a strong supp ...more
Tracie
Mar 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Another engaging story of the American west by Janalyn Voigt.
Ms. Voigt did a good job of exploring Maisey and Rob's feelings.
Her descriptions, as always, bring the story world to life. All
of the loose ends are tied up for a satisfying ending, yet the
door is left open a crack for another book.
Heidi
Dec 27, 2019 rated it it was amazing
An engaging entry in this series. I enjoyed the core message of forgiveness.
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Janalyn Voigt's literary education began in childhood when her father read chapters from classic children's books to her as bedtime stories. She grew older, and the bedtime stories stopped, but Janalyn continued to fall asleep to the stories she made up in her head at night. This, combined with her avid consumption of books, gave Janalyn an intuitive grasp of storytelling. Adventure, romance, hist ...more

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