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Publisher's Summary

Author Linda Lael Miller shines in this contemporary Western romance. When Dylan Creed finds out that his young daughter has been abandoned by her selfish mother, he quickly regains custody of her and moves home to the family ranch. His old flame Kristy Madison can’t believe her eyes when he rolls into town, ready to settle down and be a father - but can Dylan earn himself a second chance?

©2009 Linda Lael Miller (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC

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  • Gary
  • Colorado Springs, CO, United States
  • 05-08-12

ALWAYS STAND BY - YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT CAN HAPPEN!!

Dylan decides to come home with another lady, even if she need a play pen. When Dylan decides to head home with his daughter, he's starting to realize there's more to life than Poker and "Stunt Riding" for the movies. When he gets home, he finds his hands really full. Sometimes life really works out like it supposed too.

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Cowboy hates bad coffee (and so do I)

I love how the book before this had supermom raising two boys on a dime, and this affluent fool has one child for exactly two seconds and goes "I can't do this. I need a wife!" Jokes aside though, I am really enjoying this series. I am liking Logan even more 'cause we see him grow more into the head of the Creeds. The interactions between the middle bro and his sister-in-law are lovely as well.
The guy who narrates these books is stellar. Love the accent and acting. Really well done. I can tell just by his tone which character is speaking.

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The saga continues

Which character – as performed by Jack Garrett – was your favorite?

Tyler is my favorite

Any additional comments?

Highly recommend listening once I started the Montana creeds I couldn't stop till I had listened to all three.

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  • Regina
  • SOUTHINGTON, CONNECTICUT, United States
  • 12-19-12

Best cowboy stories

What did you love best about Montana Creeds: Dylan?

They remind me a lot of the McKettricks. The story are upbeat, exciting and sexy. The characters are comforting and yet strong. The best part are the adopted dogs and the horses. Always makes me wish that I could go horseback riding again.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Christie and the dog are my favorite. Christie's love of children and animals makes her so kind and tender and makes wish there were more people like her in real life. I also like that she was big enough to forgive Dylan and let their love continue to thrive.

What about Jack Garrett’s performance did you like?

Jack Garrett has the sound of the cowboy that makes the story more realistic. He is pretty good with a woman's voice too.

If you could rename Montana Creeds: Dylan, what would you call it?

Blessed with another chance at love

Any additional comments?

I know I give a lot of 5 stars, but the stories I give them to really make me happy. The are sometimes fun, sometimes serious but at the end of the story they always end with love.