The McKettrick Way

The McKettrick Way 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 HeartMcKettrick Women Sisters Reunited At The Triple M, on Facebook and from Nancy Berland Public Relations, nancy, 405 206 4748.

❮PDF / Epub❯ ☆ The McKettrick Way Author Linda Lael Miller –
  • Audio CD
  • The McKettrick Way
  • Linda Lael Miller
  • English
  • 08 August 2019
  • 9781441871121

10 thoughts on “The McKettrick Way

  1. says:

    This is a fast read, and I enjoy reading about the McKettricks.

  2. 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 the love of her life went off to Nashville to become a star Now that lost love is back in town Brad O Ballivan is sick of the fast lane and ready to get back to basic life in his home town He has never forgotten Meg and what whe ment to him He just let a lot of things get in the way of being with her Now he is ready to follow up with his love for Meg and see where all of this leads I found their story fun and fanciful while Meg talks to her many great grandfather and Brad is dealing with a little sister that can talk to animals Their path to finding their love again is touching and very worth your time Since this is a Silhouette Romance it is an easy and fast read.

  3. 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 know, people you can repeat and relate too I enjoyed it, I smiled, I remembered my grandparents farm and felt good when it was done I plan on reading much from this author Who doesn t like to feel warm and happy after finishing a book

  4. 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 marriages and comes back claiming that he just could never get over her I thought the reasons given were weak and not good enough to redeem this character.

  5. says:

    I love this series Meg McKetterick has had a secret friend all her life Because of Eve McKetterick s problems with drugs and alcohol after the kidnapping of Meg s sister, Sierra, Angus McKetterick has been with her through her troubled life She was in love with Brad O Ballivan in High School They were supposed to marry after graduation but he found a new girl whose father could help his music career and left Meg waiting She s still waiting Brad has returned Their troubled romance and so much makes this a wonderful read.

  6. says:

    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 call or write and had two marriage.

  7. says:

    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 left he never came back for her He hopes to win her back Meg s ancestor Angus haunts her until he feels she s sorted.

  8. says:

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

  9. says:

    Great Another in a long line of emotional books It made me think and pulled my heart strings and wish I could see loved ones long gone.

  10. 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 rely on her wealth to save the family s ranch, he decides to strike out on his own and make his fortune in Nashville as a country singer, never knowing the heartbreak and non mentioned pregnancy he left behind And now he s back, handsome, wealthy, and famous, ready to leave it all behind and pick up where he and his young love left it before he took off Been done, but okay, right So here I should mentioned that though I have read other McKettrick Novels, I haven t read any in this particular branch of the family Maybe then I might have liked this book just a tad bit or felt the characters better flushed out, but there was just so much introduced and so many cameos with no real impact on the plot Trying to explain all the main points of the plot to my husband I felt like I was going off on a tangent, but I wasn t It was just how the story was written There is bits of other plots of other McKettrick novels, long lost relatives showing up, mythical horses, what could have been a steamy blizzard love scene that never happened, and an ex wife that could have added much need drama, but that was only there for like two pages of the book and had no impact on the plot Oh, and did I mention the main character is haunted by the ghost of her long dead great great grandfather, who follows her around and gives her grief about not being married with a bunch of kids Oh and there are so many other weird bits like that Honestly, it felt like I was reading the deleted scenes from other better books that Linda Miller wrote I still haven t quite figured out what the McKettrick Way was Stubbornness The women keeping their maiden names Maybe being argumentative All I can say this was not the book to start with if you are interested in this series and a dearly wish I hadn t done so because it has soured me on reading .

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