Mercer: The Montana McKennas

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Mercer: The Montana McKennas

Mercer The Montana McKennas When does love mean than family Mercer the youngest child of James McKenna faces life on the ranch without the support of her father after his tragic death Things are changing Her brothers and siste

  • Title: Mercer: The Montana McKennas
  • Author: Jan Scarbrough
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 247
  • Format: ebook
  • When does love mean than family Mercer, the youngest child of James McKenna, faces life on the ranch without the support of her father after his tragic death Things are changing Her brothers and sister are moving on with their lives Can a new love give Mercer comfort in her grief, or does she need to dig deeper when she learns some problems are too big for her to sWhen does love mean than family Mercer, the youngest child of James McKenna, faces life on the ranch without the support of her father after his tragic death Things are changing Her brothers and sister are moving on with their lives Can a new love give Mercer comfort in her grief, or does she need to dig deeper when she learns some problems are too big for her to solve Professional bull rider Drake Hawkins is than a two bit, washed up cowboy, but he has to prove it to himself and the woman he loves If he doesn t cowboy up, he threatens to wreck his chance for redemption Will the secret he hides also ruin his chance for true love

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    One thought on “Mercer: The Montana McKennas

    1. *Avonna on said:

      MERCER: THE MONTANA McKENNAS (The Montana Ranchers, #5) by Jan Scarbrough is an overall enjoyable, short contemporary cowboy romance. Part of a series, each book is based on one of the blended family McKenna children, but they can also easily be read as a standalone without confusion.Mercer McKenna is the youngest child and is always trying to be the peace maker in her blended family being the only child of both James and Liz McKenna. Everything in her world is changing. The death of her father [...]

    2. Janice Hougland on said:

      Another delightful contemporary western from this author! Sweet, sexy Mercer (daughter of James McKenna) and rough and ready Drake (bull rider who fights retirement and settling down) meet again after Mercer is all grown up…and the fireworks start. I thoroughly enjoyed this story, full of family caring and angst with the tough decision-making all family members face from time to time. I couldn’t put it down once I started reading to see what resolutions would be reached after the to and fro [...]

    3. Sylvia on said:

      One of Ms. Scarbrough's strong points is delicately weaving emotions into a story while keeping it from being drawn out. She does not disappoint in her latest addition to the Montana Ranchers series. Here we are welcomed into the lives of Mercer and Drake. Mercer is the youngest sibling in the McKenna family we have gotten to know in earlier books. Drake happens to be a long term bull rider (cowboy!!) and the best friend of one of Mercer's older brothers. Mercer has had a crush on Drake from an [...]

    4. Sandi Ramirez on said:

      I love Jan Scarbrough's books and I have been waiting on baby girl Mercer's book to come out it seems like forever! Mercer has held onto a crush on her brother's friend Drake since she was knee high to a grasshopper but seems like he never even noticed she was around. But now that he is back for Brody's wedding he notices she is not little anymore. She has grown up and out in all the right places and ways. Brody need to convince Mercer that he is hanging up his saddle and done with the rodeo and [...]

    5. Vivs on said:

      I've been enjoying the series so far. This one was good too except for the fact that in one part of the book, Margaret was Drake's brother's widowed wife and Luke was his nephew. Yet, later in the book, Margaret somehow became his aunt and Luke his cousin???I got excited when details were kept the same from one book to the next, but in this one book details were different. other than that, I've been enjoying the series.

    6. Natalie Alder on said:

      Mercer is the good girl. Drake was the bad boy in everyone's eyes but he's actually a really good guy. And the author brought such a great portrait of him into this story. I really enjoyed reading the writing in this book describing this character.

    7. Tammy spaulding on said:

      Another good read downI can't find anything bad to say, I love these to the point stories of each family member and were they fit

    8. Linda Creel on said:

      A good relaxing read.I was quite surprised. There was not a great depth about the plot but it was a refreshing read and I would read more by this author.

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