eBook Ê McKettrick's Pride Kindle Edition ´ Linda Lael Miller

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eBook Ê McKettrick's Pride Kindle Edition ´ Linda Lael Miller ´ The only wide open space Rance McKettrick wants to see in his future is his hometown in his rearview mirror The down to earth ex rancher is determined to make a fresh start with his two young daughters—and leave his heartbreaking loss and famiChallenging everything Rance thought he knew about himself And when their irresistible attraction puts their hearts on the line Rance and Echo must come to grips with who they really are in order to find a once in a lifetime happiness Have read uite a few in the McKettricks series and like them all Like how all of the McKettricks are so different yet so much alike Will read about them and Linda Lael Miller

Linda Lael Miller À McKettrick's Pride eBook

And family's corporation far behind He sure doesn't need Indian Rock's free spirited new bookstore owner Echo Wells confusing his choicesand raising memories he'd rather forget But her straightforward honesty and reluctance to trust is This is the 2nd in a little mini series that Miller has written about some modern McKettrick men It isn't necessary to read any of the rest of the series or other books about the McKettrick's but it is a little nice for background To me this was actually one of the better onesEcho Wells has just moved to town to open a bookstore and in the process she nearly runs over handsome Rance McKettrick Ranch is a widower with two young daughters who spends his time mostly away from his home on big business deals He doesn't really need to work but it helps with the pain of losing his wife Initially wary of Echo he finds himself attracted to her and wanting to protect her But there's not much to be protected from in their town or is there?Echo was a great character Unlike most of the other women roles in the McKettrick series she wasn't volatile or super independent Not that those things are bad at all it just made for a nice change from the other books Rance is a little less likable but at least Miller takes the time to explain why he acts the way he does He has a lot of conflicting emotions which is pretty realistic compared to some of her other characters The side characters in this book actually aren't as prominent as they usually are but they are characters we are all familiar with from the other books if you've read them that is They were just kind of there instead of moving the story along I do have to say that I liked Echo's dog though; maybe its just because she's an animal but I thought her mentions in the book were very sweetFor a plot this one was actually pretty tame There wasn't a whole lot of serious action or adventure or large plotlines; but there were some minor plotlines carried throughout the book Which made it seem like real life than a book because often big events don't happen to everyone and its the minute day to day life that people deal with This was a romance so if you're not into the risue type of reading you probably don't want to read this one Miller's writing style is pretty easy to read though and makes for a good book when you just want to relaxNot a bad book in the series I definitely enjoyed it and it helped me to look forward for from herMcKettrick's PrideCopyright 2007376 pagesReview by M Reynard 2011

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McKettrick's PrideThe only wide open space Rance McKettrick wants to see in his future is his hometown in his rearview mirror The down to earth ex rancher is determined to make a fresh start with his two young daughters and leave his heartbreaking loss Rance McKettrick can't believe the little pixie standing in front of him with her pink VW and interesting outfits he can almost forgive her crazy driving When he decides to give her his opinion she has no issue letting him have it causing the successful businessman to balk a bit Echo Wells has had enough heartache in her life and wants a second chance at finding a place that she can call home Even though the ruggedly sexy cowboy has her flushed with desire she doesn't plan to repeat the same mistakes twice I always like Linda Lael Millers books and this was another great one the ending was a little too wrapped up in a big pink bow but aside from that entertaining throughout Both Echo and Rance have their own demons they need to slay together though they can do it