#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


I’m so excited!

Tomorrow is the big day. Tomorrow, bright and early, McKETTRICK’S CHOICE will turn up in book stores all over the US and Canada. I don’t know how I’m going to get to sleep tonight! At last, at last, at last.
If you’ve read the other McKettrick books, you’ll be reunited with Holt, the oldest brother, and have the pleasure of meeting Lorelei, his lady. If you haven’t read the other stories, don’t worry, because this one stands on its own. It’s big, it’s powerful, and it’s passionate, full of action and love, adventure and humor. It’s the kind of book I love–the kind you can settle down with for a while, step inside, and go along for the ride. It’s quite a journey, the kind that satisfies on the deepest level of the heart, and I’d be willing to bet a lot of you will want to revisit Holt and Lorelei on a fairly regular basis. If it leaves you with a yen for more McKettricks, you’ll find them in “High Country Bride” (Rafe and Emmeline), “Shotgun Bride”, (Kade and Mandy), and “Secondhand Bride”, (Jeb and Chloe). And if that still doesn’t do the trick, well, sit tight, because there will be a whole crew of modern McKettricks coming down the trail before you know it.
On Wednesday morning, I’m leaving for New York, to sign books at BEA (Book Expo America), so there won’t be a blog for a few days. Not to worry–when I get back, I’ll bring you up to speed. On the first, which is Thursday, I’ll be doing a national media tour, which means this cowgirl’s face will be popping up on TV all over the USA. Yee-haw! This is certainly better than the unscheduled rodeo!

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