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Sep 08, Rho added it. Enjoyed reading book. Nice Series End Not too much drama, just enough to be funny and not terribly hurtful. Answers to many questions and a happily ever ending.
Jun 20, Jo Perrin rated it it was amazing. Always love her books. Light reading and quick reading. This is an ARC No it didn't influence my opinion any; I like it cos it has cowboys :D Brody has returned to Lonesome Bend after eight long years.
After disappearing from the bed of his then girlfriend Carolyn, he has now returned a broken man after a terrible accident left him both heartbroken and alone.
She gave him her heart, and he left her alone. She decides that the time has come to try to settle down and have the family she always wanted.
Brody had decided to stay well away from Carolyn when he returned to the ranch. He bought some land, got himself a willing bed partner and then sets out to start afresh.
However, his meddlesome sister-in-Law, who happens to be business partners with Carolyn, is intent on bringing them together. When she lets it slip that Carolyn is putting herself out there, Brody gets a severe case of the green-eyed monster and decides that Carolyn is to be his once more.
This book was very sweet. It had a lovely romance, a bossy and gorgeous cowboy, a stubborn female and a big sprawling family.
It was an easy read, but it did lack pace and, for a shorter read, did seem to drag a little in places. I very much enjoyed the relationship building between the two lead characters.
Carolyn had opened herself up to Brody in a way that she had with no one else. When he left with no explanation, he destroyed any hope of her ever trusting people again.
Brody did have his reasons, but he never explained them, which really hacked me off. The girl that he had been dating before Carolyn had fallen pregnant with his child, so he ran off to marry her.
When he comes back a broken man, I understood that he wanted to protect Carolyn. Brody was so close-lipped I wanted to slap him.
Carolyn, I understood. He hurt her, without explanation, came back and started sleeping with a complete slapper, and then was bordering on rude when he was in her presence.
He deserved nothing from her, including justifications on her life choices. Having had friends do the dating website thing, I had to laugh at some of the things that happened as I identified with them completely.
I did melt a little bit when Brody joined the dating website in an effort to woo her; he proved to me that he was redeemable after all.
It was clear from the start that both were fighting a losing battle denying their feelings for each other, but it was also clear that a lot of discussion and bridge building would need to happen to make this a plausible HEA.
There were no major surprises or plot twists in their story, but there was certainly enough meat to this story to keep the story moving.
Tricia is pregnant and, as Brody and Connors mother died in childbirth, he is a very anxious daddy to be.
I liked this element of the plot, it was mature, realistic and quite heart warming. All in all an easy read with believable characters and a sweet love story.
The character building was one of the strengths of this book and I enjoyed getting to know this tortured cowboy and his family.
May 29, Lisa rated it really liked it Shelves: kindle. Luckily for me Linda Lael Miller loves to write about cowboys and i love to read about them.
This contemporary cowboy romance has just what you need if you crave a sexy Creed, some serious and humorous moments with a happy ending.
All cowboy stories should have one of those right? Brody is one of twin brothers who were estranged from each other over the course of the past 10 years.
In Creed's Honor which came out yesterday in stores and online we got Connor's story and in that one Brody and Connor got past their difference and started mending their relationship.
The Creed Legacy due out June 28th is Brody's story finally. We got all these hints in the first two books as to what happened in Brody's past.
Now he has to confront those painful memories if he wants a relationship with Carolyn. Carolyn has her own demons to deal with from her past if she is ever going to trust anyone again with her heart.
Book Blurb Rough-and-tumble rodeo cowboy Brody Creed likes life on the move. But taming his wild heart might just become everything they both need… The blurb is a little deceiving i think.
Brody is back and building a house and barn on what used to be Tricia McCall's land. He swears he's there to stay now. Carolyn has been house sitting in and around Lonesome Bend for a long time and years ago she and Brody has a bit of a fling for a week or so when suddenly he disappeared only leaving a lame note and drunken phone call later.
She had trusted Brody and trusting was not something she's ever done easily and he broke her heart. Brody has a secret though and that's why he ran because he felt he had to.
They both have to find a way to let go of all those bad memories and be truthful with each other if they want to be together, There is a serious side to this book but plenty of hot and funny moments mixed in to balance it all out.
The few things that annoyed me some was the talk of the skirt Carolyn was making. It was described several times but i kept getting a gaudy picture in my mind.
Brody's reaction to it was funny cause no man would pay that much attention to a skirt. Talk of the skirt was overdone.
After reading the latest three books in this series Brody is my favorite of the three. Kind of thought he was a jerk in the first one but i bet that was the intent in that one.
If i hadn't started it late at night this would've been on of those read in one sitting book for me. Jul 10, Jamie rated it really liked it Shelves: own.
Moss Media Relations, Inc. Until a chance encounter with his long-estranged twin brother brings him "home" for the first time in years. Suddenly Brody is in Creed territory—at thirty-three, he's a restless bad boy among family with deep ties to the land and each other.
And a secret past haunts him as he tries to make plans for his future. Carolyn Simmons is looking for Mr. Right in Lonesome Bend, as the ticktock of her biological clock gets ever louder.
Until lassoing his wild heart becomes everything both of them need. I'm very sad to see it end but I can hardly wait to see what the author brings to the plate next!
I want to thank the wonderful ladies at Meryl L. Having made amends with his aunt, uncle and twin brother Conner, Brody is green with envy at all the happiness that his brother and their cousin Steven have found in their new marriages.
Brody wants some of what they have, so he's putting down roots and building his own place. Enter Carolyn Simmons Carolyn Simmons is pretty content with her life in Lonesome Bend.
She has a job, a roof over her head and a group of friends. But there is something missing for Carolyn, she wants her own Happily Ever After, complete with a family and a permanent home.
Then Brody up and leaves her without a real explanation. But being a child of "the system" Carolyn is used to being let down. Enter Brody's "deep dark secret" There is a reason why Brody left Carolyn all those years ago.
Now it's a very tragic and painful place in Brody's life. Right now though, Brody just wishes that Carolyn would open up enough and maybe let him get close enough that maybe they can have another shot.
I really enjoyed this book a lot. There are plenty of emotions in motion throughout the course of this book that kept things very interesting for me.
I really enjoyed Brody's meddling sister-in-law the best. I think that's what caused Brody to up his game. Overall, I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a pretty happy read or enjoys reading romance novels centered around hot, rugged cowboy types.
Jul 13, Debbie rated it really liked it. Is the town big enough for both of them or will one have to cut their losses and leave. 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.
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.
Thank you Ms. Miller for another exciting adventure staring characters that I will remember long after the last page is read.
Stone Creek, Arizona. Sex : Explicit-ish. Infrequent and towards the end. Hero : Rancher. Once more we have lots of potential and not enough follow through.
Characters with interesting pasts that affect who they are but fail to bring mea Author : Linda Lael Miller First published : Length : kindle locations Setting : Contemporary.
Characters with interesting pasts that affect who they are but fail to bring meaning to their now. Secondary characters that flit through their lives.
And the possibility of angst or even just a little excitement slips away every time. Formulaic and mild, little romance and..
Rounded up. Because it finished the series well. Jun 01, Sandra rated it really liked it. This was the first book I've read by Linda Lael Miller and thus the first Creed novel I've read, though I've heard lots of good things about them in the past.
I was glad once I started reading and realized that I didn't need to have read the other books to understand the plot of this one.
Brody has returned to "Creed Country" in Lonesome Bend after a haunting past and the reason he left in the first place that he's kept secret.
Meanwhile, Carolyn is looking for Mr. Right after Brody broke her hea This was the first book I've read by Linda Lael Miller and thus the first Creed novel I've read, though I've heard lots of good things about them in the past.
Right after Brody broke her heart eight years ago. The Creed family seems to think they both belong together, but Carolyn isn't so sure, so she joins a dating site to try and find some other options.
Well, I love me some cowboys so it only stood to reason that I would enjoy this novel. The plot was traditional but had good twists in both Brody and Carolyn's past, which made their characters deep and believable.
I also enjoyed some of the minor characters, in particular Winston. I thought the big date Brody planned for Carolyn was one of the more romantic schemes I've read in a romance novel, that is until it went wrong.
The only thing I didn't like in the book was the "gypsy skirt. The Googled images I pulled up were not appropriate for a coronation, and certainly not too fancy for a movie date like the author implied.
I didn't care for the way it was described either, "It was composed of what seemed to be hundreds of ribbons and beads, and it swayed and shifted around her like a puff of glittering smoke, or shards of glass in a kaleidoscope.
I don't even know what that means, but it doesn't sound attractive for a skirt. Iffy fashion aside, including lots of black jeans, this was a good romance novel.
I definitely enjoyed it and I won't hesitate to read anything by Miller in the future. The Creed Legacy will be published June 28th. I'm very much a mood reader, so even though I read the first two books in this series over the summer and really enjoyed them, I put off Brody's book for as long as possible because I knew his history was the saddest.
Now, I regret waiting so long because Brody's the type of character you don't leave waiting on the back burner. Brody Creed. What can I say about him except that he's one helluva cowboy.
I totally and completely fell in love with his 'bad boy', loner personality back in book on I'm very much a mood reader, so even though I read the first two books in this series over the summer and really enjoyed them, I put off Brody's book for as long as possible because I knew his history was the saddest.
I totally and completely fell in love with his 'bad boy', loner personality back in book one, so it really is no wonder that his book ended up being my favorite of the lot.
And it wasn't just because he had a broken past that he wanted to hide, which I was instantly intrigued by, but because he can charm the pants off a nun just by batting his lashes.
Really, who wouldn't want to spend time with a guy like that? That is not to say he isn't as frustrating as trying to light a fire with a wet match when he didn't feel like revealing much about himself, but when you get a glimpse at his cocky grin and playful nature, all is forgiven.
As a love interest, I wouldn't say Carolyn Simmons was particularly appealing. She had her own grief filled past to deal with, same as Brody, so I did feel a touch of sympathy for her, but she was also a drama queen, which I had a tough time accepting.
I reckon I'm just a bit jealous that she landed Brody and I didn't. Sure, some parts were a bit far-fetched, but there is just something about simple, speak easy stories that focus on the importance of family and laying down roots that's like the best kind of comfort food for the soul.
And that just what Miller cooked up with The Creed Legacy. It was like coming home. You won't find a lot of heart-pounding action in this book, but you will find a lot of heart.
The kind that is bound to stir up some emotions but makes you glad it did because you realize how therapeutic reflecting on those feelings is.
Jun 17, Dianne rated it liked it. Now throw in the matchmaking attempts of busybody neighbors, friends, and relatives and you have the perfect formula for a Western Style romance.
This is book 2 in the Creed Cowboys trilogy and can be read easily as a standalone book. Carolyn thought they had a bright future until the night Cody got a phone call and just up an left with no explanation.
But, whenever they encounter each other sparks still fly, much to the amusement of the people that know them best. It started out slow and it took me a while to warm up to and finally understand just where these two people were coming from.
Things do move along finally, and the pace eventually picks up in this entirely relationship driven novel. Mar 22, Melanie rated it did not like it Shelves: romance , contemporary.
Wow, this may very well be my first 1 star book. And I usually enjoy Linda Lael Miller's novels! A lot of things annoyed me in this and some just made me mad , which I won't go into again if you really want to know, they are in my updates for the book - talking about them again would just make me mad.
Basically, there is a distinct lack of strong individual characters. There is the very obvious bias against internet dating which, while something I personally have never done, is a perfe Wow, this may very well be my first 1 star book.
There is the very obvious bias against internet dating which, while something I personally have never done, is a perfectly acceptable way of meeting people - our main character likens it to signing up to be a mail-order bride.
Yes, that is totally the same thing. If the author does not like internet dating, perhaps she shouldn't have used it as a plot device in her novel.
Also, the idea that it is perfectly okay not to tell your potential significant other major life events. He had an unfortunate movie choice, though, with a famous actor that apparently the entire town things our heroine Carolyn slept with.
Even though he hasn't been in town for, oh, years, she is convinced he is throwing the rumors in her face and storms off in a huff. I get why she was upset, I do, but Brody hasn't been there!
He has absolutely no idea why you've gone all cuckoo on his ass. Apr 14, Jerry Jares rated it it was ok Shelves: read-in , romance-contemporary.
This book promised more than it gave; where's the legacy? This book was incredibly turgid; the conversations between Brody and Carolyn were boring.
Brody and Carolyn were an item eight years ago. When he received a mysterious phone call, he wrote a note to Carolyn and disappeared for years without a word.
Now, Brody is back and wants to resume the relationship with Carolyn. Carolyn spends a great deal of time in her head debating whether she should give him another chance.
Frankly, anyone waiting This book promised more than it gave; where's the legacy? Frankly, anyone waiting 8 years for a guy who left a note that said essentially , I have to leave,' is dumber than dirt.
Brody never made an effort to communicate with Carolyn during all those years; that's a loving relationship she should resume? Brody and Connor Creed are identical twins about 33 years of age.
They have a history of estrangement that has lasted more than 10 years. Then one day, Brody comes back to the ranch he and Connor inherited.
He announces he is back to stay. This book was repetitious and very wordy. The only conversations of any interest to me were the ones between all 3 men: Davis, Connor and Brody.
There didn't seem to be much chemistry between Carolyn and Brody. I finished the book but felt I'd wasted my time. LLM's older historical novels were much better.
Creed Cowboy 1. A Creed in Stone Creek 2. Creed's Honor 3. The Creed Legacy Readers also enjoyed. About Linda Lael Miller.
Linda Lael Miller. Raised in Northport, Washington, Linda pursued her wanderlust, living in London and Arizona and traveling the world before returning to the state of her birth to settle down on a spacious property The daughter of a town marshal, Linda Lael Miller is a 1 New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of more than historical and contemporary novels, most of which reflect her love of the West.
Raised in Northport, Washington, Linda pursued her wanderlust, living in London and Arizona and traveling the world before returning to the state of her birth to settle down on a spacious property outside Spokane.
Linda traces the birth of her writing career to the day when a Northport teacher told her that the stories she was writing were good, that she just might have a future in writing.
Since then, Linda has successfully published historicals, contemporaries, paranormals, mysteries and thrillers before coming home, in a literal sense, and concentrating on novels with a Western flavor.
Long a passionate Civil War buff, Linda has studied the era avidly for almost thirty years. Primrose Sullivan, the artist, had outdone herself this time.
The weaver was indeed beautiful. Tricia moved to the window and peered through the antique lace curtains. In Lonesome Bend, she had a comfortable place to live—not a small thing to a person raised in no fewer than fourteen foster homes—and an outlet for the various garments, decorative pillows and retro-style aprons she was constantly running up on her sewing machine.
Formerly a professional house sitter, Carolyn had been selling her designs online for years. Her online business brought in enough extra money to build a small savings account and buy thread and fabric for the next project she had in mind, but that was the extent of it.
The little bell over the front door jingled merrily, and the busload of customers crowded in, white-haired women with good manicures and colorful summer clothes, chatting good-naturedly among themselves as they thronged around every table and in front of every shelf.
Tour buses heading to and from Denver and Aspen and Telluride stopped at least twice a week, though, and that kept the doors open and the lights on.
For Tricia, having sold property inherited from her father for a tidy sum and then having married a wealthy rancher to boot, the place was a hobby, albeit one she was passionate about.
For Carolyn, it was much more—an extension of her personality, an identity. A way of belonging, of fitting into a community made up mostly of people who had known each other from birth.
House-sitting was a grown-up version of that old game musical chairs, only the stakes were a lot higher. Once or twice, when the figurative music stopped unexpectedly, Carolyn had been caught between houses, like a player left with no chair to sit in, forced to hole up in some cheap motel or sleep in her car until another job turned up.
Carolyn still did some house-sitting now and then, for long-time clients, but she much preferred the cozy apartment above the shop to those enormous and profoundly empty houses, with their indoor swimming pools and their media rooms and their well-stocked wine cellars.
In the apartment, Carolyn felt substantial, real , rooted in one particular place, instead of some ethereal, ghostlike being, haunting lonely castles.
For the next forty-five minutes, Carolyn and Tricia were both so busy that they barely had a chance to look at each other, let alone speak, and when the tour bus pulled away at last, it was almost time to close up for lunch.
The cash drawer was bulging with fives, tens and twenties, and there was a nice pile of credit card receipts, too. Tricia tilted her head back, sighed slightly and closed her eyes.
Her hands rested protectively over her bulging stomach. Tricia opened her eyes, turned her head and smiled. Tricia made a face, mocking but friendly.
Frowning slightly, Carolyn went to the door, turned the Open sign around, so it read Closed, and turned the lock. Carolyn smiled, covered her friend lightly with a crocheted afghan and slipped away to the kitchen.
Winston, the cat, wound himself around her ankles when she entered, purring like an outboard motor. Winston replied with a sturdy meow that presumably meant yes and leaped up onto a sideboard, where he liked to keep watch.
Smiling, mentally tallying up the take from the power-shopper invasion, Carolyn went to the fridge, got out the small bowl of sardines left over from the day before and stripped away the covering of plastic wrap.
Winston came in for a landing squarely in front of his food dish and, at the same time, a knock sounded lightly at the back door.
Conner Creed pushed it open, stuck his head inside and grinned at Carolyn, flashing those way-white teeth of his.
No, siree. This was Brody. Be that as it may, every time she encountered this man—a recurring problem now that his brother was married to one of her closest friends—she wanted to flee.
Carolyn swallowed hard. Carolyn chuckled, relaxing a little. Clearly, Winston was a good judge of character, as well as an expert mouser and a connoisseur of fine sardines.
Meanwhile, Brody rose off his haunches, still holding his hat in one hand, and looked disgruntled. Glancing back, she saw Brody approach the inside door, push it open carefully and peer into the next room.
Instead, he lingered, one-hundred-percent cowboy, with his hat in his hands and his mouth tilted sideways in a grin.
Carolyn, in the middle of slapping a slice of bologna onto a piece of bread, opened her mouth and then closed it again.
Carolyn recovered enough to reply, though the words came out in a terse little rush of breath. Therefore, we have to be civil to each other.
Suddenly, all the old feelings rose up inside Carolyn, nearly overwhelming her. Tears stung her eyes and she turned her head quickly, bit down hard on her lower lip.
He was standing right behind her by then; she felt the heat and hard masculinity of him in every nerve in her body. Brody Creed had never been one to leave well enough alone.
He took a light hold on her shoulders, and Carolyn found herself looking up into the treacherous blue of those trademark eyes. As far as Carolyn was concerned, sorry was the emptiest, most threadbare word in the English language.
People hurt other people, said they were so sorry and then, in her experience at least, turned right around and did the same thing all over again.
Carolyn glanced nervously in the direction of the inside door, afraid of upsetting Tricia. When she spoke, her voice was a ragged whisper. That I forgive you?
He was famous for his temper, among other things. Carolyn would have loved to slap Brody Creed just then, or even throttle him, but suddenly the door to the next room opened and Tricia peeked through the opening, stifling a yawn with a patting motion of one hand.
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Period, end of discussion. And that horse ate up ground like a jet taxiing along a runway before takeoff.
Brody looked around. There was no sign of Tricia, or the Pathfinder she drove. Brody shivered, momentarily swamped with recollections.
Tricia straightened an already straight display of handmade stationery. It had to work. Carolyn was immediately alarmed. Tricia was still in the rocking chair when Carolyn got back.
Apparently, the feeling was mutual. Or he just wanted his daily ration of sardines. She set the bowl on the floor for Winston, then went to the sink to wash her hands.
Winston hissed and batted at him with one paw. Having made his position clear, the cat went back to snarfing up his lunch. He turned, with a kind of brotherly softening in his eyes, and put his index finger to his lips.
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