September 2, 2010

McKettricks of Texas: Austin by Linda Lael Miller

McKettricks of Texas: Austin

Linda Lael Miller

Grade: C

Contemporary Romance

Amazon Vine just posted my review of this book. It begins...

Linda Lael Miller's been writing for a very long time, and while for me she's had more misses than hits, since she started writing Frontier Romances - both historical and contemporary - she's experienced a goodly amount of commercial success. When Amazon Vine offered McKettricks of Texas: Austin, the third in a contemporary series for HQN and part of a larger McKettrick series begun in 2002 when she was published by Pocket, I requested a copy for review. My reaction is mixed. I liked the second-chance-at-love romance between Austin McKettrick and Paige Remington, but found the set up for the series-within-a-series - three brothers falling in love with and marrying three sisters - entirely too precious. Add to the "too precious" quotient that they all live in the same large ranch house, and the enjoyable romance cancels out.

Read this review in its entirety at Amazon.


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