The females in Linda Lael Miller’s pleasantly provoking frontier romance, High Country Bride, often insist that the McKettrick men are thick-headed, and Rafe. High Country Bride (McKettricks, book 1) by Linda Lael Miller – book cover, description, publication history. New York Times and USA Today Bestseller. One ranch. Three sons. Only one will inherit and on one condition. Tired of waiting for his sons to settle down.

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Still, it was an enjoyable read and I’ll probably finish up the series to see how the bothers all end up. Emmaline was afraid that her past growing up in a brothel would come out and Rafe would not want her anymore. I loved that Emmeline was every bit as hard headed, opinionated and at times unreasonable as Rafe, refusing to back down when he tried to browbeat her or even threaten her.

High Country Bride (McKettricks, book 1) by Linda Lael Miller

Emmeline doesn’t have charm. Their father had to blackmail them into finding a wife and having children, whoever did both will be awarded the lion’s share of the ranch and practically be “the boss” of the other 2 lsel.

Emmeline woke up in her underthings with a stack of coins on the nightstand. Rafe would talk about ranching and it was boring. My first by this author and I loved lel Thanks for telling us about the problem. Anyways inside the cover was a Book Crossing ID number to see where it’s traveled.


It’s always the little things that distract me from otherwise good stories. I enjoyed this read a lot. Please email webmaster fantasticfiction.

For me a l Hmmm, so you never really know what you’re going to get when you pick up a “romance” novel. Emmeline would talk vride fabric and food and I skimmed over it. Angus McKettrick has three grown sons who appear to be in no rush to settle down and start their own families.

Only one will inherit You’ve successfully reported this review. Rafe does the mail-order bride thing and forgets about it like a week later. Sep 26, Fay Risner rated it it was amazing.

Times are precarious and there is danger even in the elements being out in the Arizona territory. Now, three distinctly different, equally determined cowboys brdie searching high and low for brides. Thanks for Reading my Mind. I think since it is the first in the series that every future character needs to be introduced but it takes away from the build up of the story, takes away from the main character.

And it just happened, on the same day that Emmaline and her aunt met up with each other in the town’s hotel, the same day, the same hour, walked in Emmaline’s “customer”. However, even though Emmeline and Rafe are married their love scenes are a little too discriptive for my taste. Hibh keeps it from a higher rating is the fact there were some cliches in the writing. Now, three distinctly different, equally determined cowboys are searching high and low for brides.


We appreciate your feedback. Linda Lael Miller is my favorite author, and this story did not disappoint! Becky showed up and turns out she is really Emmeline’s mother.

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A Stone Creek Christmas. For a book released inI’m absolutely disgusted. The story that follows is romantic and humorous. Rafe McKettrickEmmeline Harding. Emmaline, aka the adventure seeking genius, answered Rafe’s ad and voila, there she was: She was a social pariah because of her association with her aunt.

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Rafe is a hard headed piece of work, but Emmeline keeps him in line! The 24 Days of Christmas.

I hope you do too. Like, the whole story is like whatever and then towards that percent mark there starts to be worrying and finally the conflict breaks out. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. They were kind of just co-existing. One can only conclude that it was the social mores rbide the late 19th century that kept her coming back for more.