Linda Lael Miller’s Montana Creeds series draws to a close in this final riveting tale.
The youngest of the three Creed brothers, Tyler is a big-time rodeo star when he returns to his humble hometown of Stillwater Springs. It’s not long before he’s fighting with his brothers again, and it seems like the past is due to repeat itself. But that may not be so bad, because Tyler’s first love, Lily, is back as well, and their feelings for each other have never been stronger.
Lily Kenyon knows all about family estrangements and secrets. The single mom has come home to set things right, to put down roots for her daughter. What she doesn't expect is Tyler Creed, whom she's loved since childhood. Now the handsome, stubborn cowboy who left home to seek his fortune just might find it was always under the Montana sky.
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Always good to catch a Linda Lael Miller story. The Creed family stories leave you looking forward to another. I think that she's run out of Creed men to write about and that's sort of sad.
Believer in what you can't see
Yes, I would recommend both the Creed's and the Mckettricks series. Especially if you like the idea of family, horses and love.
When Tyler finally comes to terms with his abusive father legacy and forgive his brother Logan who protected him.
The sound of the west and horses. His voice reminds me of the movie with John Wayne and the ruggedness of riding the range.
I liked it when Lily stood up to her mother-in-law Eloise, who threaten to take Lily's daughter Tess away from her, but instead back down. There are a lot of exciting moments in this story, but nothing scary.
Linda Lael Miller's McKettrick and Creed series are wonderful to listen to.
The Montana Creed series seemed better on paper, but still entertaining in audio format. The voice for Tyler Creed did not fit the character.
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