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High Country Bride by Linda Lael Miller
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Jan 06, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: romance-western, 2009, store-fictionwise
Read in February, 2009

This is my first book by Linda Lael Miller and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The McKettrick men are a stubborn lot with a wild streak a mile wide. The father, Angus, passed it down to all of his sons.

Angus wants grandchildren and his sons have no desire to settle down, so he tells them the first to marry and sire him a grandchild will get the Triple M Ranch -- the others will have to settle to work for the "winner."

Rafe is the first to find himself a bride-through the mail. Emmeline arrives not knowing what to expect, but it sure wasn't Rafe McKettrick. Her first look at him was while he was in a bar fight.

I liked the old west setting and the introduction to the the end of the book, I was ready to start the next in the series because it just felt like there was more to the whole story...actually, there is...since there are three brothers who need to marry.

I'm looking forward to reading the others in the series...

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