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- M. Hudson
Another heartwarming romance by LL Miller
Linda Lael Miller has another hit with book 2 of the McKettrick series. This one is really sweet and heartwarming. You cannot help but love all the main characters from the matchmaking grandmother to the motherless grand daughters. Even the dog and the pink Beetle have their own personality. This is widower Rance McKettrick's story with Echo Wells. It is also fun to see Jesse, Keegan and the rest of the McKettrick clan playing a supprting role. I love the bond between the McKettrick trio and their loyalty to each other. I have also read Keeagan's story in McKettrick's heart and highly recommend it. Jesse's story is great too, but I have to say that McKettrick's pride is my favorite of the three. The narrator did a phenomenal job playing the different characters and made the audible experience quite a treat.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
Another winner for Miller!,
The second in the McKettrick men trilogy, McKettrick's Pride was a really wonderful romance for anyone that is a romance buff. I love all her McKettrick books and can't wait for the third. Linda Lael Miller has a way with western romances and I have listened to almost everything she has written and have loved them all.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful
Best of the Series
This is by far the best of the McKettrick series in my opinion! It is funny, clever, and very heartwarming. The main characters are such a good match, and the supporting characters are strong and well-developed. This is definitely worth the purchase!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
The pink car and the hummer
What made the experience of listening to McKettrick's Pride the most enjoyable?
The love, support and the feeling of how the McKettricks care for one another, even when they are mad at each other they are always there for one another.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Echo was the most enjoyable part of the story. She was very much alive and brought sunshine everywhere she went.
Which scene was your favorite?
When Echo and Rance first meet, and she puts him in his place after saying something about her pink car.
Who was the most memorable character of McKettrick's Pride and why?
Echo, again because she was a light in the darkness and she brought happiness to everyone she meets. She is always helping others out.
Any additional comments?
The McKettrick series is very comforting and a wonderful place to visit.
- Nancy Devault
Another great Linda Lael Miller read
Any additional comments?
Another great book by Ms. Miller! This one is about Rance, an uptight widow father of 2 with all sorts of baggage and Echo whom is starting a new life after having been left at the alter. Great read!
Very good listen!
A good romance, good love story, and western combined in one book. I recommend it highly!
- Stella S. Gerringer
I enjoyed the story line but I could not handle the language hard on my ears.