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The Creed Legacy (Montana Creeds Series)

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  • Posted June 8, 2011

    Highly recommended

    True to form, Miller does not disappoint with this latest in the Creed series. Miller does a great job creating a story with combined passion and frustration. Western romance readers will love this one!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 31, 2013

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    Highly Recommended

    This book starts it all. A must read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 31, 2012

    highly recommend

    makes you want to finish so you can start the next one

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  • Posted January 2, 2012

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    Great Wrap Up!

    The Creed Legacy was a great wrap up to the Montana Creeds Trilogy. You are happy that the brothers are able to clear up their past and move on to be the close brothers they should have been. You are also happy that Carolyn finally finds the love she always deserved.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2011

    Highly recommend

    This was a great conclusion to the Creed series. They were all good!

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  • Posted October 22, 2011

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    Romantic & Sexy

    Tick. Tick. Tick. All Carolyn Simmons can hear is the ticking of her biological clock. It's been eight years since that low down good for nothing cowboy ripped her heart out and tromped on it and she still isn't over it - or him. Oh, that Brody Creed! Who does he think he is, anyway? He thinks he can just waltz back into town and take what he wants! Well, Carolyn is not up for the taking!

    Brody Creed knows that it'll take a miracle to change Carolyn's mind about him but maybe a bit of work and some good old fashioned charm will do the trick instead.

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  • Posted July 13, 2011

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    All Hail the Queen of Western Romance

    Bad Boy, fearless but far from rootless Brody Creed has come home to Lonsome Bend to roost for good. After years of separation from his kin he's got a future to plan and a past to make up for and with the help of the family who loves him still and always and one special woman he just may just complete "The Creed Legacy".
    Carolyn Simmons has been left before, first by her mother and then by the only man she's ever entrusted her heart to, Brody Creed. Well now he's back and he's staying and he's making it clear he wants another chance. Well run she won't, Lomesome Bend is the only place that's ever felt like home. So bring it on Brody, she's a big girl now and she's staying too. Is the town big enough for both of them or will one have to cut their losses and leave.

    Ms. Miller has cowboy romance down to a science and her equations always mean some jean wearing, horse riding boy will go after and get his girl. In this novel she continues the story of The Creeds of Lonsome Bend Colorado and she takes off where Conner's story ended with the long lost son Brody. How she makes these characters seem so down to earth is a mystery as they're usually larger than life and rich beyond means, but she makes them humble but never meek and someone you might just run into at the local diner or Cattleman's dance. She does this with her decisively western drawly dialogue fully equipped with ma'am, shucks and the like, but in doing so she really brings the west alive for her readers, with the country manners mixed with home on the range narrative where the cowboys and cowgirls don't mind slinging a few four letter words along with the hay. Where the scenery is an equal star with the characters. And the characters will all dig themselves deep into the audiences heart. Her hero Brody is a complex man with a heart of gold that he disguises behind his rough attitude. Her heroine Carolyn is every readers idea of the perfect combination of beauty and brains with the saddest of tales to tell. The romance is my favorite, second chances and the author takes that extra step to make this one memorable by putting in all the mistakes they must overcome from the past. The love scenes are not tame, there's no mask for these very earthy scenes that are intense and adult and very well done.

    So come back to the higher elevation and continue the story of this prominent, enigmatic and very prolific family brought to us by one if not the greatest author of contemporary western romance, and don't forget she writes a mean historical western romance too.
    Thank you Ms. Miller for another exciting adventure staring characters that I will remember long after the last page is read.

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  • Posted July 6, 2011

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    Good conclusion!

    Review by Jen: This story is supposedly about Brody Creed (as the series has been following the Creed clan), but really, the star of this book is Carolyn, his love interest. Carolyn is a complex character and one that you're just drawn to. She's lead a hard life, first being abandoned by her mother, then surviving the foster care system and then leading a "gypsy" life -- floating from one job/place to another, but never really settling down. But when she lands in Lonesome Bend, she found a place she can call home and hopes to settle in. She's become friends with the Creed clan and even had an affair with Brody years ago, but he broke her heart when one night he just disappeared. Now he's back and the attraction between them is still blazing and he's pulling out all the stops to try to win her back, but she's afraid to trust him again.

    Now, not to say Brody don't have his complexities. I mean, he did have his reasons (and pretty honorable ones at that) for disappearing on Carolyn. But being hard-headed, he doesn't just tell Carolyn what happened... no he just sets out to seduce her. Granted, he's really good at the seducing or romancing or whatever you want to call it, but so many of their hurdles would've been cleared if they'd just talked about their past. But, that said, the book would've also been over way too soon, so I shouldn't complain too much.

    I enjoyed this story. It was a good conclusion to the Creed trilogy (and now I need to go back and read book 1). Linda Lael Miller has written another heart-warming tale.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2011

    Creed legacy Creed Legacy

    Good read. Nice ending to the series.

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  • Posted June 13, 2011

    Typical+miller%2C+GREAT

    This+is+a+great+book%2C+especially+if+you+read+the+first+two+in+the+series+first.

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