#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Off and Running

“McKettrick’s Pride”, the second book in my contemporary trilogy, is off to a great start. I finished Chapter one yesterday, and polished it this morning. “McKettrick’s Luck”, the first book, told the story of poker-playing bad-boy, Jesse McKettrick, and his lady, Cheyenne. In “McKettrick’s Pride”, you’ll meet Rance and Echo.

I swear, two people couldn’t be more different than this pair! That’s okay, though. It makes for a lot of sparks.

We’re gearing up for “The Man from Stone Creek” to come out in June. I’m so excited about that book, I can hardly contain myself. I’ll always be a little in love with Sam O’Ballivan, and you’ll see why when you read it. Alas, his heart belongs to Maddie Chancelor, his spirited heroine.

Another beautiful day in Spokane.

How did I get so lucky?

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