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McKettricks of Texas: Tate

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

The first McKettricks Of Texas tale is an entertaining second chance at love romance

When Libby Remington was a child, her mom deserted her. She was still young when her father died. Finally she fell in love with Tate McKettrick, but he ended their relationship to marry the woman Cheryl he made pregnant when he got too drunk to know better.

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When Libby Remington was a child, her mom deserted her. She was still young when her father died. Finally she fell in love with Tate McKettrick, but he ended their relationship to marry the woman Cheryl he made pregnant when he got too drunk to know better.

In Blue River, Texas divorced Tate visits Libby at the Perk Up Coffee Shop to beg for a second chance. She wants to say yes, but refuses as she fears he will break her heart again even though he swears he would do anything for her except give up his beloved six years old twins Audrey and Ava. However his former wife uses their kids as emotional blackmail to make Tate do what she wants which leaves a wedge between him and Libby.

The first McKettricks Of Texas tale is an entertaining second chance at love romance although there is a soap opera feel to the plot. The story line grips readers when Tate's brother Austin is hurt at the rodeo and never let's go until the finish. Although Cheryl is a drama queen and the twins too precocious, McKettrick fans will enjoy the opening act of a new trilogy.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 28, 2009

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Not Feeling the Love

I'm a fan of Linda Lael Miller but this one was not one of my top picks. Libby fell back in Tate's absent arms way too quickly after he married and divorced someone else. She needed to make him work for it a little more in my opinion. I thought Libby's crazy mother, ...
I'm a fan of Linda Lael Miller but this one was not one of my top picks. Libby fell back in Tate's absent arms way too quickly after he married and divorced someone else. She needed to make him work for it a little more in my opinion. I thought Libby's crazy mother, Tate's colorful brothers and his manipulative ex-wife in the back story were more interesting than the actual hero and herione. They made Libby and Tate appear dull. I've read WAY better; this one does not deserve a re-read.

posted by MiamiCool on March 26, 2010

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