McKettrick's Heart

Narrated by: Christina Moore
Series: The McKettricks, Book 8
Length: 8 hrs and 15 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4.5 out of 5 stars (402 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Linda Lael Miller's best-selling contemporary romance novels are always a treat. Without a doubt the sexiest of her McKettrick series, McKettrick's Heart introduces a bold new love interest for handsome ladies' man Keegan McKettrick.

Publishers Weekly enthuses over "the complex, conflicting dynamics [and] intense romance" in this sultry tale of smoldering passion.

©2007 Linda Lael Miller (P)2007 Recorded Books
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Would you try another book from Linda Lael Miller and/or Christina Moore?

Of all the books I have listen to by LLM, this one is my least favorite. Parts are just to unreal and too many things were not addressed.

Has McKettrick's Heart turned you off from other books in this genre?

NO!!!

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Was McKettrick's Heart worth the listening time?

It is a one time only story, which I would no recommend to friends, but enjoyed her other books.

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The story and narrator both kept me entertained easily. And there is an ongoing, though mild, amount of humor that was quite enjoyable. But I must say--based on the author's description of the chauffeur--she reeeeaaallly must work on her ability to describe people of color. It left a lot to be desired and detracted from a good story.

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Good story

I liked this Audiobook, as I have enjoyed others in the McKettrick series. They are enthralling and if you listen to them in your car, you won't want to turn it off to get out. The only thing that I didn't like was that the only African American characters in the entire series it seems, are a maid and a chauffeur. We have a come a long way past servitude.

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KEEGAN GET A GRIP!!

I am really enjoying the whole McKettrick series. This is would have been a great book accept for the black domestics. Come on Linda! Black people can do more than be maids or car drivers. You made the maid seem like a bully. You also made the chauffeur seem like he was interested in the maid only for a good time. (Why even bring him up when you didn't develop his character.) As a black educated person, I was offended by the way these characters were handled. We are not in the era of Gone with the Wind thank you.

Keegan had some issues he needed to deal with. Thank you for writing about a strong woman like Molly. She did not hesitate to put Keegan in his place when he acted like an "ass".

Will I read LLM again?? Heck yeah. She is still one of my favorite romance authors.

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a great book

Just like all the rest of the books in this series very good all the way to the end.

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love it!!!

this is my favorite yet!!! I loved this book!!! loved the characters!! love the Mckettricks!!!

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Another good book

Another good book from this series. I laughed and cried with this book as I have with all of them. I also like how they refer to the original family and how they are still around watching things

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and the stove lid rattled

Loved it....looking forward to the next one. Lindz Lale Miller is a great writer and I enjoy all her books.

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Not a Big Fan

I love Linda Lael Miller but this book took a while for me to get into it as well as the narrator

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Second chance for love

Would you consider the audio edition of McKettrick's Heart to be better than the print version?

No, but it does bring the characters of the story to life. You get to understand how they are feeling about each other and the challenges they are facing.

What was one of the most memorable moments of McKettrick's Heart?

I like the trail ride where all the relatives get to know each other and Molly gets to ride her first horse.

Which scene was your favorite?

When Molly patches up Keegan after he has a fight with his cousins, and tells him to grow up. It seems at this point the characters start to fall in love

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The moment that moved me is when Psyche makes believe she change her mind about letting Molly adopt Lucas. She kinda forces Molly and Keegan to marry.

Any additional comments?

This was a nice conclusion to the series, but I always want more McKettrick.