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Posted June 28, 2011
Carolyn Simmons and Brody Creed had a brief, tumultuous relationship until a late night telephone call took him out of her life eight years earlier. Now he's back, but the hurt he caused and her lingering doubts remain. Can these two hurting souls move beyond a dark secret and a bitter past to reach a happy future?
Brody Creed likes life on the move, and for the past eight years he's done just that...on the rodeo circuit. When he finally returns to Lonesome Bend, his attempts at reconciling with his twin brother Connor are rebuffed, but Brody has ties to the land and at last plans to settle down and run his half of the Creed ranch. He buys Tricia McCall's deceased father's run-down RV park and despite his estrangement from Connor, he begins construction on a house and barn on the property.
Family ties run deep, so Brody and Connor, who has now married Tricia McCall, are often dinner guests at their uncle Davis' and Aunt Kim's home, as is Tricia's and Kim's close friend Carolyn. Past hurts make Carolyn wary; she usually tries to escape seeing Brody, but as her biological clock ticks on, she comes to understand the Creed bad boy still has the power to turn her world upside down.
Ms. Miller delves deep into the human psyche to bring a story of love, loss and redemption in the lives of Brody and Carolyn. Filled with doubts about herself stemming from years as a neglected foster child, Carolyn cannot allow herself to trust, and Brody must come to terms with a secret that up until now, he's been unable to discuss. He must set aside his guilt in order to be the man Carolyn needs.
Another great story in the Creed series. Wonderful characters, dynamic dialogue and a setting that will make you want to move to Lonesome Bend. You will love the way these two needy characters dance around the truth, pretending their feelings are not on parade. Their epiphanies make for a thoroughly satisfying read.
Originally posted at The Long and Short of It Romance Reviews
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Posted June 8, 2011
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!
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Posted August 31, 2013
Posted September 28, 2011
Brody Creed has something to prove-he's just not sure to whom. Most likely it is himself. Having made some difficult turns in his life, things didn't always work out how he'd hoped. And he's put up so many walls his own twin brother doesn't know that Brody is a widower and lost a child as well. All his family and the town of Lonesome Dove know about him is that he roamed the rodeo circuit for a decade before finally coming back home. Maybe that's how Brody should keep things, but then there is one little lady who deserves more of an explanation for how he treated her years ago. If she can forgive him, there may be hope to mend his sore heart.
Carolyn Simmons knows all about being a rolling stone. She just never thought she'd be on the receiving end of someone else's moving on. Brody Creed broke her heart into little pieces once-when she was most vulnerable. She's not about to go back for seconds, regardless of how attracted she is to the man. Once Brody had given her a taste of what being loved and part of a family could be like. That will have to suffice unless her little foray into internet dating pans out. Anything not to let Brody Creed get too close.
Once again Ms. Miller's mines the hearts and souls of her characters to strike at their vulnerabilities so as to make them stronger in the end. Brody Creed acts a good game, but deep inside he is hurting and all the bravado in the world won't cure that. Carolyn is scared to open up, yet afraid that loneliness is all she'll ever know. Together these two must learn about trust before they will be able to experience love. Sweet and sensual, this romance is all about the healing aspects of true love.
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Posted July 20, 2011
Posted January 6, 2014
1) the king or the creedest cant marry a woman.
2) The creedest can judge and sentence people to the dungeon or jail
3) the creedest cannot order people unless they are gaurds
4) the people of the creed cannot fight for no reason. And if they do fight the creedest cannot stop it
5) the creedest is the highest athority
6) visitors must be checked on or made sure tey are not doing anything that can harm the peop of the creed
7) visitors must be put to a the test
8) the assassins which are the creeds gaurds have to be men or women and have to be 16 to be elegible to be one and only the creedest can have a hidden and hook blade
Posted August 3, 2013
I did not care for this book at all. I found it very unrealistic and did not care for the ease in which every problem was solved. A little more controversy would have made it much better.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 6, 2013
Posted February 20, 2013
Posted July 27, 2012
This is the 3rd and last installment of the new Creed Series. This bookd is all about Brody, the wild twin. In this book we find out why Brody did what he did in the past. Brody has always been in love with Carolyn, and was ready to settle down and make a life with her, but when his past comes calling, Brody leaves her in the dark of night with just a note of "Sorry".
Now Brody is back and wants to make things right with not only his family but also Carolyn. He is as much in love with her now as he was then, but in order to move forward he will have to share his painful secerts with his family and the woman that means everything to him.
Loved this series. This is a must read for anyone that has enjoyed the Creed\McKetticks\Store Creek Series of the past. Looking forward to more wonderful stories and series from Ms. Miller.
Posted March 31, 2012
Posted March 22, 2012
Posted January 2, 2012
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.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 2, 2011
Posted October 22, 2011
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.
I liked this new series from Linda Lael Miller.
I was up for jury duty and they said to bring a book so I purchased Steven and Conner's books -- my first Harlequin books and I was hooked.
I'm not into the explicit scenes but there seems to be only about one per book which can easily be skipped and she does use the Lord's name in vain -- if you can skip over like I did the stories are solid and the characters are fleshed out well.
Light, fast, and entertaining reads.
Posted September 7, 2011
I have always loved Ms Miller's books but this series left a lot to be desired. maybe she's run out of stories to tell. The story lines seemed to be warmed over retells.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 10, 2011
Posted July 18, 2011