#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Back to Work

Althea and Ti Amo have gone home to Santa Fe, and how I miss them. However, it makes me happy to think of them settling in and getting a great start on 2006. And it’s time I got back to work! Today, I plan to read through the pages I have of “Sierra’s Homecoming”, and make notes for the final 100 pages. I’m also making concrete plans for the next projects–three modern McKettrick books. “McKettrick’s Luck” will be Jesse’s story. “McKettrick’s Pride”, Rance’s story. And “McKettrick’s Heart”, Keegan’s story. The initials are a clue–Jesse is descended from Jeb, Rance from Rafe, and Keegan, from Kade. They’re just as hard-headed as the original McKettrick men, and the women they attract are more than equal to the job of loving them!

Have you read “One Last Look” yet?

I’m eager to hear what you think of it.

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