McKettrick's Pride (McKettricks, #7)

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  • Preeti 鈾ワ笌 (Romance She Reads)
    Dec 31, 1969

    Preeti 鈾ワ笌 (Romance She Reads)

    The good, the mundane and the cheesy.The story takes a while to settle in its skin. Being a part of a big hist-contemp series, the author felt the need to explain/mention certain things again and again, which was irksome. Also the characters, though individually well drawn, took time t...

  • Emily
    Dec 31, 1969


    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. E...

  • Melissa
    Dec 31, 1969


    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 ones.Echo...

  • Miss Kim
    Dec 31, 1969

    Miss Kim

    First off, I hate the names Rance and Echo. Rance? It sounds like a disease. Echo? puh-lease.Anyway, I did enjoy their story. Rance is an executive with his family's empire and is also a widower with two young girls. Echo breezes into town in her pink VW bug, and opens a books store. T...

  • Pam M
    Dec 31, 1969

    Pam M

    I really loved this would have gotten 5 stars but the ending seemed abrupt to me. It was heartwarming, heartbreaking..I even cried. Would definitely recommend it ...

  • Cindi
    Dec 31, 1969


    Have read quite 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 more about them and more Linda Lael Miller. ...

  • Elaine
    Dec 31, 1969


    The first three-fourth of the book was boring. Not enough about other family members, events in their lives, etc. But the last fourth of the book finally got interesting and exciting with a robber, a near drowning, a wife begging for forgiveness of her husband, loss of a uncle, a list ...

  • Regina Mastrogiacomo
    Dec 31, 1969

    Regina Mastrogiacomo

    Wonderful books with romance, horses, dogs and more romances. I found this book very touching and I loved how all the characters fit together at the right time and place. It was never awkward, but very supportive. ...

  • monica
    Dec 31, 1969


    Cuando llegues a mi ladoMuy linda donde los protagonistas tendr谩n que enfrentarse a un pasado doloroso para superarlos y tener un futuro he disfrutado mucho. ...

  • Shirlene
    Dec 31, 1969


    Echo Wells relocated to Indian Rock from Chicago. She was left at the altar and chose to move and start over again. She purchased a store front location in which to open a bookstore. She also had a web site from which she sold Love Potions. She picked up a stray dog along the way that ...