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Publisher's Summary

Linda Lael Miller won a multitude of fans for her always-in-demand tales of the McKettrick family, and their descendants, the Creeds, prove just as fascinating. Logan Creed put his feet on the wandering path a long time ago, but there comes a time for everyone to settle down. Hoping to reunite with his two brothers, Logan decides to establish himself in Stillwater Springs, Montana—but what he doesn’t expect to find there is a divorced mom who just might change everything for him.

Spend some more time with the Montana Creeds.
©2009 Linda Lael Miller (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC

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  • Reba
  • Huntley, IL, United States
  • 07-14-16

The Creeds are Back

This is my first book of Linda Lael Miller. I like the way she writes. I am a little fussy in how an author conveys conversation. I like the structure and flow of her stories. Jack Garrett is the perfect narrator for these Creeds. You have to just love bad/good boy Logan the oldest of the three Creed half brothers. They had a terrible, mean, drunken father who went through three wives, well to be fair one died of cancer, one was killed in a car crash and one had just had enough of life with Jake. Cassie a sort of Aunt of American Indian protected the boys when they were growing up. But, upon Jake's death the the three brothers had a really bad disagreement and they all went their separate ways leaving the ranch and their roots behind and living wild crazy lives. Logan, coming back to the ranch carries a law degree and a lot of money. He has returned to Stillwater Springs, Montana to defend the bad Creed name and set down roots. He intends to bring the other two brothers home again to settle their differences and to face their past and plan their futures. I enjoyed this book and I have already listened to Dylan and Tyler. This is a good series for those of us who love smart, strong men who are willing to learn from their past and have the desire to love a woman and the need of a family. Well worth your credit if this is your kind of book.

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  • TR
  • New Jersey
  • 01-21-16

Meh....

This book was seriously just "meh". I was honestly bored. The book spans about a week. They go from strangers to lovers to engaged and madly in love in about 1 week. seriously WTH. The ex-husband and the stepmother were kind of predictable. I was hoping for a sexy cowboy book and I was left wanting.


story - 1.5
narrator - 3

while the story was lacking the narrator did a great job with the material he had.

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this book is SO GOOD!

If you could sum up Montana Creeds: Logan in three words, what would they be?

Almost perfect book

Who was your favorite character and why?

You mean I have to choose? The leads are so great but if I must choose I guess I would have to go Logan. He does what he does because it's the right thing to do, even it it's hard.

What does Jack Garrett bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Oh my goodness!!!! This man's voice is to die for! I love that while he can change his voice for the different characters, he doesn't go overboard in trying to affect a high, fake female sound. I loved listening to his voice so much I found myself having to go back so I could hear the story itself...not just his voice.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I was a little worried I would find the bok as disappointing as Brad and Meg's book. But since Logan's story was next and I thought it might begin filling in some of the blanks because I had already read another Creed book from ahead. I was very pleasantly surprised and glad I chose Logan's story.

Any additional comments?

It's a great book. I encourage everyone to read it.

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An okay book

Will most likely listen to the rest of the series. Story seemed to drag on a little too long. Enjoyed the narrator.

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Sexin the Country

I'm sure this is an excellent book for a lot of people. However for myself, it is not at all my kind of book. For me it seemed too melodramatic and way too much explicit sex. But that's just my opinion. Thank you. 🙃

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Great new saga with links to the mckettricks

What did you like best about this story?

Loved the connection between Logan and his daughters

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
  • 11-29-12

The cowboy live on

Where does Montana Creeds: Logan rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Somewhere in the middle. I love Miller's series. The make me want to go horseback riding. I like that the stories have a down to earth feeling about them.

What other book might you compare Montana Creeds: Logan to and why?

Miller's Mckettrick series compares to the Montana Creeds. I read other cowboy series, but this one has a more positive storyline than others. There is always love, hope and strength in each of Miller's story.

Have you listened to any of Jack Garrett’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes, I have only listen to Garrett through the Mckettrick and Creed series, but he always reminds me of the west, horses and cowboys.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

The Cowboy adventure lives on.

Any additional comments?

I love how strong all the female characters are in this storyline.

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  • Elizabeth
  • Sandia, TX, United States
  • 11-16-12

My Kind Of Cowboy!

This was my first listen to Linda Miller and narrator Jack Garrett, and I just loved it! There is nothing better than a smart, successful, cowboy! This story is somewhat typical to the Romantic Novel genre, but that is exactly what I wanted when I made this purchase.

Definitely credit worthy...and a little dreamy...