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Romance
Author: Nora Roberts
ISBN: 0373598637
Subcategory: Contemporary
Pages 384 pages
Publisher Harlequin Large Print (April 1, 1998)
Language English
Category: Romance
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 173
ePUB size: 1913 kb
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eBook The Fall of Shane Mackade (The Mackade Brothers) download

by Nora Roberts


Part of The MacKade Brothers series by Nora Roberts. Wrapped in a multitude of winter layers, from long johns to knitted muffler, Shane MacKade headed toward the milking parlor and the first chores of the day.

Part of The MacKade Brothers series by Nora Roberts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18. Prologue. Unlike his three older brothers, he was whistling between his teeth. He just plain loved the frosty and still hour before a winter sunrise. It was all figures to him, Shane knew, and he supposed that was well enough.

Shane MacKade loved women. But he hadn’t met one yet who had him whistling the wedding march. Nora Roberts is a publishing phenomenon; this New York Times bestselling author of over 200 novels has more than 450 million of her books in print worldwide. Until Dr Rebecca Knight. To Dr Rebecca Knight, everything was explainable. Until she started having some very irrational thoughts about sexy Shane MacKade. Praise for Nora Roberts. A storyteller of immeasurable diversity and talent’ – Publisher’s Weekly. You can’t bottle wish fulfilment, but Nora Roberts certainly knows how to put it on the page.

Home Nora Roberts The Fall of Shane MacKade. Part of The MacKade Brothers series by Nora Roberts. The Fall of Shane MacKade, . 6. It was a shame he wasn’t in the mood for it. Arguing with someone was a better idea, and since Rebecca wasn’t going to accommodate him, he headed for town, and Devin. He’d always been able to count on Devin for a good fight.

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The Fall Of Shane Mackade tmb-4 (The MacKade Brothers Nora Roberts. Year Published: 2011. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading. Now she did glance at Shane. He smelled of the earth, and carried a good bit of it on his person. Not exactly, Rebecca said dryly

Home Nora Roberts The Fall of Shane MacKade. Not exactly, Rebecca said dryly. I’ll have to check on that and get back to you. Because she knew the story of the two corporals well, she wandered toward the outbuildings. She didn’t know precisely what a smokehouse might look like, but Regan had told her it was stone, and that it still stood. Charmed, she forgot her mission and began to gather a few. Beyond where she stood was a meadow, lushly green, starred with color from more wild blooms and the flutter of butterflies.

The fourth book in The MacKade Brothers series by Nora Roberts. Dr. Rebecca Knight, friend of Regan's from The Return of Rafe MacKade, arrives in Antietam, Maryland to investigate the hauntings. Shane MacKade, the youngest brother, doesn't believe in ghosts, though. Or does he? Shane was your typical man-whore until Rebecca arrived.

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Kalrajas
I am not sure why i read the first book in this series. I had no idea what it was about. And I had no idea the last book was the beginning of it all. Of two young boys, one a Confederate and one a Union, who fought as they thought they should...close to the death. Where they went to die, keeping their spirits alive to find peace, are what the books about. Entering the lives of the four McCade brothers and their parent's land, where those who are the most sensitive are drawn to these historical events: hearing the voices, the weaping, the sound of the Civil War, and seeing the spirits come alive. This will not leave your mind. Ever.
Burirus
Brilliant, analytical Dr. Rebecca Knight meets warm and loving farmer Shane MacKade. Absolutely perfect for each other, if only they both admitted it. Thoroughly entertaining to see this relationship develop as well as learn all the connections the MacKade family members have to the Civil War ghosts of the past. As always with Ms Roberts, setting, characters, plot, action, dialogue and emotions flow seamlessly to provide the reader with a fully satisfying experience.
Qusicam
The Fall of Shane MacKade is part of a wonderful collection of stories, all linked by four brothers who share common characteristics and yet are quite different from each other. Each is, fundamentally a good, dependable, and inherently lovable and loving man. Yet each is also his own man, with a central strong core of compassion, pride, dependability, heritage, courage, yes, and machismo. Also linking the men is their family history of the Civil War battle fields and forests of 1862 Antietam and a great mansion, imbued with an ancient tragedy and ghosts! Four handsome, nurturing bachelors, each with an inherent streak of male testosterone-laden sexism (which all absolutely deny) meet four women, all of whom carry the scars, experiences, and lessons of their own pasts, and all of whom are determined to create a future for themselves as strong, independent, and fulfilled women, willing to share burdens and lives, but unwilling to be dominated in the process. There is, thus, a similarity among the MacKade novels, yet it is the genius of Nora Roberts which, I believe creates the subtle nuances which allow one to differentiate among the stories and their character while simultaneously connecting the dots that make this series a cohesive unit. You really need to read all four of them, and do please make sure that you read them in the order in which they were written. The cross-references and flashbacks will enhance your pleasure (instead of just confusing you) if you read them in this order: The Return of Rafe MacKade,The Pride of Jared MacKade,The Heart of Devin MacKade,The Fall of Shane MacKade.
Dishadel
I LOVE Shane & Rebecca! I’ve read this book too many times to count.
Rarely is a FARMER in the hero role and Nora nailed it. Not to mention, Rebecca is an awesome-yet traditionally uncharacteristic of your everyday romance heroines. Which makes her perfect! Her brain, her body-all that is Dr. Knight is so far from the norm when it comes to female leads that she should be celebrated.
Thank you, Nora for these books! And, PLEASE think of writing some more as beautifully simple as these reads. Of course there are dramatics in the relationships and the “ghostbusting” aspects but they aren’t overboard...that’s rare in many reads nowadays.
Raniconne
Fourth and last of the MacKade books, and probably the most light hearted.

Roberts creates her usual likeable characters in a strong small town setting, with plenty of romance and humor, all lightly flavored with Civil War history and a couple of ghosts.

All the conflict in this one is emotionally driven; there are no external forces at work. That can drive me crazy, but the author does a good job at making it worth my while. This hero is the only one of the brothers not comfortable with the ghosts, which was interesting. I confess, I just don't get the whole grown-men fighting concept - and having fun doing so - and by this book, I was a little tired of it. But I liked the genius heroine, smart enough to work on herself.

I had a good time; I've missed Roberts. With my eyes, and 3.5 years of the Kindle's adjustable font, I just can't handle print books any more. This means that I haven't been re-reading those I already own (like the MacKade books), and with the greed her publisher has been showing since Spring 2010, I haven't been buying the digital versions either. At $5 each, everybody wins.
Tto
Nora Roberts is one of the best authors out there. No matter what kind of story she writes about you are caught up from beginning to end. This book is no different. you feel like you are right there involved in the lives of those in her books. So well written and a must read.
net rider
In a place as passionate and vicious as Antietam, there are bound to be overwhelming feelings and passionate memories swirling for decades, even centuries. Shane denies them. Rebecca searches for them. They find each other. Absolutely loved this book.
This was not a typical happy ending romance. This was suspenseful and a little scary at times. It added up to a Good historical ghost story with a romance added in. It had strong characters. Shane and Rebecca's love story is sweet and quick. A Good book