McCade's Way



❮Reading❯ ➸ McCade's Way Author Mara McBain – E17streets4all.co.uk Trey McCade s never been the cuddly sort, but losing both parents and his wife in eighteen months, nearly rips his heart out Bitter, he immerses himself in the family farm until practicality demands h Trey McCade s never been the cuddly sort, but losing both parents and his wife in eighteen months, nearly rips his heart out Bitter, he immerses himself in the family farm until practicality demands he look for a new wife But Trey is understandably gun shy and the local ladies are leery of the gruff giant On her own in depression ravaged New York City, Genevieve Kelly has run out of options Irish luck has graced her with ungainly height and bright copper hair, neither of which has potential suitors beating down her door When the local priest says he knows a man in Virginia who is looking for a wife, she s skeptical Yet a few letters later, Genevieve s on her way to wed a man she s never met With the promise of a solid roof over her head and warm food in her belly, does she really need love too.McCade's Way

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    Paperback ì McCade's Way PDF/EPUB ò has graced her with ungainly height and bright copper hair, neither of which has potential suitors beating down her door When the local priest says he knows a man in Virginia who is looking for a wife, she s skeptical Yet a few letters later, Genevieve s on her way to wed a man she s never met With the promise of a solid roof over her head and warm food in her belly, does she really need love too."/>
  • Paperback
  • 209 pages
  • McCade's Way
  • Mara McBain
  • English
  • 26 February 2018

10 thoughts on “McCade's Way

  1. says:

    DNF at 40 %.As I see it I get a bit tired of the ever present terms like growling, snarling, muttering or grumbling that are commonly known among fauna lovers Don t get me started on the widening eyes etc.I m still not sure but I think the story is set in the early 30s, since the Great Depression began in August of 1929, and I was wondering if it s a matter of common knowledge that husbands threatened their wives to hit them when they wanted to leave the house They must have felt like prison DNF at 40 %.As I see it I get a bit tired of the ever present terms like growling, snarling, muttering or grumbling that are commonly known among fauna lovers Don t get me started on the widening eyes etc.I m still not sure but I think the story is set in the early 30s, since the Great Depression began in August of 1929, and I was wondering if it s a matter of common knowledge that husbands threatened their wives to hit them when they wanted to leave the house They must have felt like prisoners Um, excuse me for being a tiny bit sarcastic.Being possessive is one thing, but being a quick tempered asshole is quite another matter, and Trey s bad experience with his ex wife doesn t excuse his shitty behavior The man has a nasty temper, that s for sure, and it didn t appeal to me that he was so choleric all the time Also, giggling women are quickly becoming a huge pet peeve of mine I caught myself rolling my eyes over and over again And when Wade Trey s uncle entered the picture I had to deal with an abusive father Something else that really irritated me was the constant use of the endearment darlin These two don t know each other but Trey called her darlin all the time I guess I just didn t feel it Anyways, the author was not able to draw me into the story and my interest petered out rather quickly For lack of a better word, I just felt bored, listless or whatever It wasn t my cuppa Onto the next one

  2. says:

    My other love besides really dark reads are Alpha males grins It s rare that I find the perfect combination, so if you were thinking of adding this to your TBR list, I ll be blunt Alpha, cocky, bordering on or actually is a jerk, oh and high handed So I really liked this book Gen leaves a depression ravaged New York City with the promise of a new and better life She s marrying a man she has never seen or met before, all she has are the letters they have written to each other When she me My other love besides really dark reads are Alpha males grins It s rare that I find the perfect combination, so if you were thinking of adding this to your TBR list, I ll be blunt Alpha, cocky, bordering on or actually is a jerk, oh and high handed So I really liked this book Gen leaves a depression ravaged New York City with the promise of a new and better life She s marrying a man she has never seen or met before, all she has are the letters they have written to each other When she meets Trey at the train station he s hardly the man she was expecting.When Trey sees Gen, he definitely is surprised at the beauty before him He speaks without thinking, but he s never been a man to worry about such things He has a jealous streak and an ugly bride would have helped prevent him worrying about competition LMAO I was laughing here You aren t ugly, but you ll do. I should have known better than to trust a priest to judge a woman. Gen is a meek little thing, she grew up in a house hold where her father wasn t scared to use his fist to get a point across Her mother didn t help her, when she gave her advice like, it s a woman s job to follow her husbands orders Back to Trey, this man has been burned His previous marriage was a disaster and he s defensive, making Gen pay for another woman s transgressionsI can understand you being scared, but we might as well get this conversation out of the way, he said, his voice dropping into that low bass that fascinated and terrified her all at once His pale eyes narrowed on her face Sex is going to be a part of our marriage darlin a big part I will do everything I can to make it pleasurable for you, but make no mistake, it s going to happen Phony headaches and tears aren t going to ingratiate you to me In fact, crocodile tears are a good way to piss me off I don t play games, GenYou re about to take a vow to obey You might want to get some practice in. Did I mention how much I enjoyed this book Well I did Add in some drama, a few secrets, pregnancy scares, long lost kids and an uncle from hell I was in soap opera heaven

  3. says:

    GrammarcideNever would she of thought her smiletentative than he would of likedI cannot express how much that bothers me How s the story The heroine is a simpering, self abusing fool, and the hero is an insecure, immature, emotionally abusive prick At one point, Trey threatens to beat her if she leaves the house But it s OK because a person s past colored themJust as she would always cringe at a loud male voice and the smell of cheap whiskey, Trey might always GrammarcideNever would she of thought her smiletentative than he would of likedI cannot express how much that bothers me How s the story The heroine is a simpering, self abusing fool, and the hero is an insecure, immature, emotionally abusive prick At one point, Trey threatens to beat her if she leaves the house But it s OK because a person s past colored themJust as she would always cringe at a loud male voice and the smell of cheap whiskey, Trey might always bristle at any male in her vicinityLord, give me strength

  4. says:

    OMG, thank God that is over and done with Painful, painful, painful Won t give it one star as I did finish it but it was hard work It was blah Usually I love my bad ass Alpha males, Trey annoyed the shit out of me He was overbearing, aggressive, insulting he actually snapped his fingers at her 95% in to get her to leave a church social And she was actually afraid of him for most of the book He forbid her to leave the house, to speak to other men and the giggling, the friggin giggl OMG, thank God that is over and done with Painful, painful, painful Won t give it one star as I did finish it but it was hard work It was blah Usually I love my bad ass Alpha males, Trey annoyed the shit out of me He was overbearing, aggressive, insulting he actually snapped his fingers at her 95% in to get her to leave a church social And she was actually afraid of him for most of the book He forbid her to leave the house, to speak to other men and the giggling, the friggin giggling Little girls giggle, grown women usually don t or if they do it is totally annoying Then he decided to chuckle Maybe one of the problems was that the book before this one was excellent and my hopes were high that this one would be too I have no idea what era it was supposed to be set in Cover sort of said 1800s to me in the Wild West but it did not come across as that Ah, well, you win some, you lose some I definitely lost some with this one Wish me luck with my next read

  5. says:

    I don t normally go for cowboys or westerns I m usually a fan of the dangerous bad boys in romances or erotica I ll be the first one to admit it, but I had to give this one a try I ve read almost everything Mara McBain has ever written, and I love her hot biker books in the Trinity Falls series That said, Cole McCade might just make me change my mind That man not only had me sweating picturing him slinging bales of hay, but he had me laughing as well.Trey is a gruff man We learn that right I don t normally go for cowboys or westerns I m usually a fan of the dangerous bad boys in romances or erotica I ll be the first one to admit it, but I had to give this one a try I ve read almost everything Mara McBain has ever written, and I love her hot biker books in the Trinity Falls series That said, Cole McCade might just make me change my mind That man not only had me sweating picturing him slinging bales of hay, but he had me laughing as well.Trey is a gruff man We learn that right off the bat One of my favorite parts of this book was when Gen steps off the train He sums her up, squints, and I wear you almost expect him to spit to the side before he offers her the curt assessment of You ain t ugly, but you ll do LOL What now That s not the first time either The man has a habit of saying things that make everyone around him do a double take At times, you feel for Gen She starting her life over with a man she barely knows who seems upset that she isn t the plain Jane he was expecting He harbors some deep emotional scars tied to his past, yet beneath that stern, growly, and massive exterior is a man who isn t that bad He s hardworking, fair, and deeply committed to his values Not to mention he can be sexy as hell She tries She tries hard to fit in and make the man happy She s loyal, steadfast, and definitely not one of those TSTL heroines.Cole swoon I loved this character He adds comic relief and is a great ally for Gen When things get bad, he keeps her going He also needles his brother, providing some great exchanges between the two that had me laughing out loud He s the polar opposite of Trey in many ways but when push comes to shove, and it does thanks to some annoying relatives the brothers stick together.Wade que villainous music I won t give his story line away, but I don t think I ve ever wanted to kill a characterThe man is infuriating in sooooo many ways I loved the descriptive setting I truly felt immersed in this world The characters were all well developed and rounded, and the plot had lots of interesting twists and turns that held my meager attention span like greedy relatives showing up out of the blue, past lovers resurfacing, and even a staggering question of parentage that may just undo everything the characters have done.Overall, this was a beautifully written romance with subtle but smoking love scenes good Gawd , lots of conflict, and engaging characters Not to mention hot cowboy lovin At its core lies a story of loyalty, friendship, and family If you re a fan of any of these things, it s definitely worth a read

  6. says:

    A REAL GEMSet in the Great Depression era of the thirties in the US this is the story of Trey McCade a farmer from Virgina, and Genevieve Kelly who is living in a shanty town in New York When Genevieve s father dies leaving her alone, the local priest tells her of Trey who s a farmer in Virginia looking for a wife Trey has lost his wife and parents in a very short span of time..Trey and Genevieve exchange letters, he s looking for an ugly wife, Genevieve who s taller than average with bright r A REAL GEMSet in the Great Depression era of the thirties in the US this is the story of Trey McCade a farmer from Virgina, and Genevieve Kelly who is living in a shanty town in New York When Genevieve s father dies leaving her alone, the local priest tells her of Trey who s a farmer in Virginia looking for a wife Trey has lost his wife and parents in a very short span of time..Trey and Genevieve exchange letters, he s looking for an ugly wife, Genevieve who s taller than average with bright red hair, considers herself very plain, and feels that she fits Trey s requirements For his part Trey is offering a safe and secure home.When Genevieve arrives in Virginia, she is confronted by Trey who at around 6 7 is a giant of a man He towers over Genevieve s 5 7 His first words to her are your not ugly, but I ll guess you ll do made me laugh.I have read numerous mail order bride stories before, but nothing quite as good as this Trey McCade is gruff, speaks his mind, expects to be obeyed immediately, and has a jealous streak a mile wide He s all alpha Fans of Linda Chance s heroes will love this guy But we soon learn his bark is worse thn his bite Genevieve is by turn feisty and submissive, she s so grateful to Trey for literally rescuing her from her meagre existance, she tries to keep her opinions to herself Not always very successfully The books I ve read before with this theme are pretty tame compared to this book This is definitely what I would call spicy With an interesting cast of side characters, especially Treys handsome brother Cole Who I hope is getting his own tale Make this an excellent read.Highly recommend

  7. says:

    OMG I am having a hard time imagining the era of this book I don t think it is contemporary but not depression era either The train ride form NY to WVA took 2 days It has an old world head of the family feel which is refreshing I think Trey is abrupt in his approach to Gen but right off you can see he has a good heart I could have slapped him when he told Gen You aren t ugly but you ll do If that didn t warrant a slap across the back of his head I don t know what would Even so I wouldn OMG I am having a hard time imagining the era of this book I don t think it is contemporary but not depression era either The train ride form NY to WVA took 2 days It has an old world head of the family feel which is refreshing I think Trey is abrupt in his approach to Gen but right off you can see he has a good heart I could have slapped him when he told Gen You aren t ugly but you ll do If that didn t warrant a slap across the back of his head I don t know what would Even so I wouldn t mind having one like him.I couldn t put this book down Absolutely loved the characters, Cole was the best fun loving antagonist and perfect counter balance to the responsible Trey Occasional hot love scenes Every house has sounds, If they don t like the sounds in this one ones in mine they can find somewhere else to sleep In other words they can GET Out Absolutely Love it The ex wife had to be explained away but really, she could have been left out along with the uncle and his family They just were unnecessary characters I would have lovedof Trey and Gen and their growing relationship and not just her acceptance of him but his acceptance of her.Next Cole and Adri I would love to see their storyIm reading this book again tonight

  8. says:

    I actually liked this book, the premise while not new was a little unusual for the time frame Depression Era or maybe not The story line was a little predictable, but all in all I found it to be an enjoyable read That s all I really care about does the story make me happy or make me feel something It doesn t have to be the greatest work of American literature ever written The female lead, Genevieve Kelly, while quite beautiful is a mixture of feisty and timid, but this is due to a miserab I actually liked this book, the premise while not new was a little unusual for the time frame Depression Era or maybe not The story line was a little predictable, but all in all I found it to be an enjoyable read That s all I really care about does the story make me happy or make me feel something It doesn t have to be the greatest work of American literature ever written The female lead, Genevieve Kelly, while quite beautiful is a mixture of feisty and timid, but this is due to a miserable upbringing in the gritty world of New York City The male, main character Trey McCade vacillated between gruff and overbearing then sweet and loving, but we learn what makes him that way and he finally redeems himself Oh, and yes, I could definitely see Chris Helmsworth as Trey McCade Yum

  9. says:

    I liked it It s not fantastic, but I ejoyed it all the same DA nice story where the hero is so afraid to get burned by love again that it becomes almost funny view spoiler when he forbids her to speak to other men OMG Neanderthal hide spoiler He wants to completely control the heroine and he gets that s idiotic and completly wrong, but he cannot help himself Otherwise he s great I liked him and his possessiveness it was his defense mechanism Obviously it didn t work wink I liked it It s not fantastic, but I ejoyed it all the same DA nice story where the hero is so afraid to get burned by love again that it becomes almost funny view spoiler when he forbids her to speak to other men OMG Neanderthal hide spoiler He wants to completely control the heroine and he gets that s idiotic and completly wrong, but he cannot help himself Otherwise he s great I liked him and his possessiveness it was his defense mechanism Obviously it didn t work wink The heroine is sometimes a doormat, but she s also very dear and stubborn She s the perfect woman for our hero she goads him, she challenges him, she respects and appreciate him and,important, she loves him.I would love to read what happens with the hero s brother must be good D

  10. says:

    This is the first book I have read from Mara McBain Overall I liked the book a touchthen average The author had a good plot that wascomplexed then your average novel in this genre There were a few times that the book dragged but quickly go back on track This time period is one that there aren t many book about It is rather interesting because there is a large gap between the contemporary world and the old ways.

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