by Linda Lael Miller

February 2007
ISBN: 978-0-373-77185-1
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Indian Rock, Arizona

Cheyenne Bridges grew up in the close knit community of Indian Rock, Arizona, but had left its painful memories far behind to become the successful self-made business woman she is today. The childhood crush on town bad-boy Jesse McKettrick and the stigma of being gambler Cash Bridges’ daughter were things that Cheyenne wanted to leave in the past where they belong. It was with great trepidation that Cheyenne accepted her boss Nigel’s assignment to return to Indian Rock and purchase Jesse McKettrick’s land for a new condo development. Knowing Jesse’s wild and impetuous nature and the effect it will have on her strictly business persona, Cheyenne knew she was in for trouble!

Jesse McKettrick and his two cousins Rance, and Keegan were direct descendants of the original McKettrick family that had started the Triple M ranch in the 19th century. They were the forces to be reckoned with when it came to running MeKettrickCo. Jesse was a cowboy at heart and much preferred ranch life to being a “suit,” so he took a back seat and allowed his more business oriented cousins have full rein. The land was Jesse’s true love and gambling, rodeo riding and chasing beautiful women were his other passions. When stunning Cheyenne Bridges storms back into town announcing her purpose of buying his land, Jesse has no intention of allowing the dark-haired beauty to best him, but Cheyenne just may hold the winning hand in this poker game of love!

A new generation of sexy McKettrick men live, laugh, and love in Linda Lael Miller’s McKettrick’s Luck. First up is Jesse McKettrick descendant of Jeb who like his ancestor will fight for his land and the woman he desires. Cheyenne is just as feisty as Jeb’s love Chloe, willing to do whatever it takes to make it in the corporate world but not at the expense of the man she loves and her family’s best interests. A true winner, McKettrick’s Luck takes the pot!

Reviewed in December 2006 by Bonnie.

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