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The Montana McKennas Prequel (The Montana Ranchers) (Volume 1) Paperback – February 16, 2016
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Jan Scarbrough and Maddie James write the popular Montana McKennas series.
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This book is listed clearly as a prequel, but I expected more due to the length. I didn't realize only half of it was the story and the rest were blurbs. I am debating getting the next story which is about the oldest son, Brody. Depending on the price, I'll probably give it a try then decide from there if I want to read the rest of the series. Since it's a longer story, I would expect the love story and characters to be more developed. It is currently available on Amazon.
James a widower with Callie and Parker. Liz is divorced with a son Brody. They are fixed up by Jame's ranch hand Sam. This is their story how they met, fell in love and their families joined together and added a child too. This is the first of many books.
I really love this sweet romance.
James is a widower trying to raise 2 kids, Parker and Callie after his wife died of cancer. A blind date had him met Liz and her son Brody from her previous marriage (technically, she got pregnant first, by a cowboy, who married her, only to divorce her eight years later) and they were both interested. Then James got Liz pregnant... but Liz refused to marry him just "to make things right"... Can they successfully blend their families together? (Also sets up the four brother, sister, half-sister, and step-brother for their own romances later)
A short novella sets up the four kids on their own romance series, this is a quick and short but sweet read.