New York Times best-selling author Linda Lael Miller pens sumptuous romances eagerly devoured by fans. Here she expands her popular McKettrick series to present-day Texas. All Tate McKettrick cares about is giving his twin daughters a normal life after he and his wife divorce. But can he make time to repair his own broken heart?
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I love all the McKettricks book . This one is the best of them . Mrs. Miller has out done her self.. Loved Jack Garret.. He made a great caring story even better....
This story had potential but just fell short of delivery for me. I loved the male lead but the female lead didn't quite seem to be his match. There was nothing about her that could explain this irresistible draw that Tate had for her, other than the fact that they were childhood sweethearts. Still, I love a good cowboy romance and I kept listening for that reason. I hope the next installments in the series have characters that fit together a little better.
Believer in what you can't see
The gatherings that happens at Libby's coffee shop.before its demise. It seem to be a place where change happen. I love all the dogs in the story.
The most interesting is that love never really dies, and that sometimes it does return when you least expect it. The least interesting is the ex-wife scenes it's just so petty.
I like all of the characters, they are very entertaining and they add dimension to the stories. Without each character the whole series wouldn't be as adventurous.
I wouldn't go to dinner with one character, but I would join them for a barbeque or picnic. I can go for a horseback riding, play with the dogs and have grilled chicken.
I would like more from the McKettick.
I have read many of Ms. Miller's other book series and have thoroughly enjoyed them. However, this one really did not do it for me. I found the story slow paced and somewhat boring.
I have many books by this author, first one I've had in audio. I actually had to speed it up on my phone because it was soooooo slow. When reading these I realize I skim over much of it. So I will probably not get any in audio from this series or author. It was fine as an escape, why I listen anyway. But not too interesting.
I love a good romance and, for goodness sakes, I definitely love a good cowboy story, so I did enjoy this, but I felt that there was a LOT of extra plot that dragged the overall story down -- her mom, the coffee shop, his ex-wife, the friend/mentor/surrogate dad who died, car trouble, the police chief, young twins, child beauty pageants, deadbeat dads, custody disputes, and so on!
Jack Garrett was a great narrator and his frankly sexy voice brought a lot to the story. I will definitely be purchasing the other two McKettrick brothers' stories.
Give me water to swim and surf in. That with a glass of white wine and the sun. That's heaven.
This segment of the McKittrick of Texas was true to form and every bit as good as would be expected. This book was fantasticly humorous with insights into the the relationships of the McKittricks men to the Remington girls. From kindergarden to adulthood, it just shows no relationship is prdictable and with the right partner, it's a pure adventure. Pure entertainment from start to finish.
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