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The McKettrick Way (McKettricks, #9) Meg McKettrick Longs For A Baby Husband Optional Perfect Father Material Is Gorgeous Brad O Ballivan, Old Flame And New Owner Of His Family S Ranch In Stone Creek But Meg As Strong, Proud And Stubborn As Her Ancestors On Indian Rock S Triple M Ranch Wants To Do Things Her Way The McKettrick Way And Brad Feels Just As Strongly About The O Ballivan Way Love, Marriage, Babies And A Lifetime To Share That S What Brad Wants Not A Single Night Of Passion, An Unexpected Pregnancy And A Woman Who Won T Budge For A Rugged Rodeo Cowboy Who Never Gives Up, It S A Battle Of Wills He Intends To Win And Nothing Matters Than Claiming Meg S Wild McKettrick Heart.McKettrick Women Sisters Reunited At The Triple M



10 thoughts on “The McKettrick Way (McKettricks, #9)

  1. says:

    Although I didn t give this one five stars I did like the book a lot There is a thread that run through all of the McKettrick books that is interesting In this one in particular Meg can see the ghost of her many great grandfather, and has regular conversations It is a fun little twist Meg is a woman that is lonesome and hasn t been able to find love after t


  2. says:

    Audiobook I picked this up having never read this author before and hardly anything from this gene I was looking for something positive, a feel good read I hit a winner here I felt like I slipped into a John Wayne western where everything was good honest and wholesome Even the bad guys had a respectable quality The characters in the book are people you want to k


  3. says:

    This was a quick read with the typical romance story This is the fouth in the series about the McKettrick family The main characters have a history with each other The male character left the woman behind in their home town Then comes home after two failed m...


  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Good story, but a little unbelievable It was hard to believe that Meg forgave Brad who left her, but when she tells him she s had a miscarriage he gets mad at her, even though he left and didn t cal...


  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Brad returns to the ranch and retires from his music career Meg and Brad were together before he left to pursue his music career But when he ...


  6. says:

    3.5 stars An easy read, but very predictable and similar to others in the series.


  7. says:

    Reading the back of this book the plot seems kind of trite, but with enough potential that someone like me who enjoys a certain cheesiness factor in my literature from time to time might find appealing Basically it s the story of young love gone bad The wealthy girl from the neighboring ranch and the boy who s family has fallen on hard times fall in love and plan to elope Not wanting to


  8. says:

    Good book This was a fairly calm, sweet reunion romance Brad had come back to Stone Creek tired of his life on the road as a country music star Now he plans to get back to his ranching roots and spend time with his sisters He also hopes to see Meg McKettrick again and make amends for the way he left so many years ago I liked Brad a lot He is a nice guy, not one of those stuck up type of star


  9. says:

    The McKettrick Way is a special edition of the McKettrick Women series by Linda Lael Miller It is a good story but after so many of the McKettrick novels, much of it is repetitious with explanations as to who everyone is You almost think you have read this before when you haven t However, once it gets past that, it becomes a good story Linda did a fantastic job with her characters and plot You fe


  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I loved Meg s story Having had glimpses of her in previous books you know she s a strong independant woman, she s a McKettrick and she does things her way After the family business goes public she s a self proclaimed rancher who has daily conversations with her deceased great great great grandfather, Angus Old Angus sticks


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