#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Thanks for Hanging In There

With every passing day, I’m more at home in my wonderful new house.
If you could see the view! A draw full of pine trees, sometimes glittering in the sun, sometimes laced with snow. It’s a feast for the eyes.
My dogs and cats are here, and settling in nicely. After that long road trip, in the trusted care of their “nannies”, I think they thought this was just another hotel along the way. There was one added bonus, though–Mom is here.
This house is a fabulous place to write. I was very tired at first, but now I’m rallying, and I intend to really roll on the new book, “McKettrick’s Luck”, next week. I have three chapters done, and I’ve already fallen hard for Jesse. He lives in the house Jeb (of “Secondhand Bride” fame) built for Chloe. The schoohouse, Jeb’s special gift to his beloved, is still there. I’m glad to report that this crop of McKettricks is as handsome, hard-headed and downright fabulous as their ancestors were. Jesse is, essentially, a modern version of Jeb. Cheyenne is not Chloe, but I know you’re going to love her as much as I do. Jesse certainly does–though he hasn’t figured it out yet.
Have a good weekend and a marvelous holiday.
Things are perkin’ along just fine here at the Triple L.

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