#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


A McKettrick Christmas

Tomorrow, my newest book, “A McKettrick Christmas”, will be in stores. For those of you who’ve been asking for more stories about the early McKettrick women, here you go.

Lizzie, Holt’s daughter, is all grown up and on her way home to Indian Rock and the Triple M, having spent several years going to school in San Francisco. She’s counting on a down-home, family Christmas, and she’s eager to introduce the man she thinks she wants to marry to her legendary grandfather, Angus McKettrick, and the rest of the outfit. After the holidays, she’ll be teaching at Indian Rock’s one-room schoolhouse, and she’s excited about that, too.

Of course, the attractive, taciturn Dr. Morgan Shane, who happens to be aboard the same train, might just complicate things. He’s headed for Indian Rock, too, to set up a medical practice there. And he’s a darned good man to have around in a crisis, as Lizzie soon discovers.

Christmas plays by its own rules, though, just like love. And it’s magical.

Well, friend, the coffee’s on. There’s a stall for your horse out in the barn, and a place set for you at the long table in the ranch-house kitchen. Come join us for a McKettrick Christmas.

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