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Hardcover McKettrick's Choice Book

ISBN: 0373770294

ISBN13: 9780373770298

McKettrick's Choice

(Book #4 in the McKettricks Series)

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McKettrick's Choice by Linda Lael Miller released on May 31, 2005 is available now for purchase.

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5 ratings

A must read

By far the best one ive read of her books. Read it in three days. So capturing . This book touches all emotion n in the end makes your heart Swell. Its almost inexplicable. Dont double think this book . Just buy it n enjoy

McKettrick's Choice by Linda Lael Miller

Great book. I love Miller and all her stories. I have read many of them. A good story, a sequel to others relating to the same family. I like this type of book, as it makes the characters seem like friends that you are catching up on.

A Great Finish for the McKettricks

I enjoyed the book and found it a quick and easy read. I like Ms Millers westerns. Of the four stories pertaining to the Mckettricks I liked High country Bride and this one the best but they were all good.

Great Read

This was an incredible and entertaining saga into a family that finally came together. The trilogy was worth the wait!!

terrific western romance

In 1888 on the ranch of his biological father in the Arizona Territory, Holt McKettrick is waiting for the preacher to arrive to marry him to Margaret when a visitor from his home state of Texas arrives with a note that he carried from friend Frank Corrales. Apparently the man who raised him John Cavanaugh is being dispossessed from his land and his best friend Gabe is going to be hung as a murdering horse thief. He informs his bride to be that they will not marry at least that day, leaves his daughter with her grandfather, and rushes back to Texas to try to save the day. In San Antonio, Judge Fellows is exasperated with his daughter Lorelei who refuses to wed her fiancé Creighton Banning. Instead as Holt arrives in town, she burns her wedding dress and flees to the dilapidated ranch she inherited from her late mother. Her neighbor Holt helps her and soon they fall in love though her father convicted Gabe and her influential former fiancé has made the bid for John's land. The follow up to the McKettrick bride trilogy is filled with suspense and action, but belongs to a pair of rowdies who do not believe in love until the emotion slaps each of them in the heart. The story line is fast-paced, but also provides a deep look at late nineteenth century Texas through the colorful cast. Linda Lael Miller provides a terrific western romance that embellishes why this is one of the sub-genre's better miniseries in the last few years. Harriet Klausner
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