Montana Creeds: Tyler (The Montana Creeds)

By Linda Lael Miller

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★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
becky ferrer
I usually am not critical of LLM books as they are just light fun reads. Okay they don't have a lot of depth so I don't expect that. However, this one was just silly!!I know hers will have love scenes but if you take all the sexual scenes when they are doing, thinking about it or talking about it, you have about 50 pages of storyline. It could have been a decent storyline (even though familiar) with a little more focus on it and less on the silliness of the sexual scenes. The scene in Wal Mart was right up there with stupid-get real). I enjoy romantic love scenes but there just was no romance here. Everything was so rushed so even though I didn't expect a great novel of depth, there wasn't much to this one at all. The dog was the highlight and maybe catching up with the characters of the first 2 books in the series. So much of the book is just unbeliveable. The first 2 books in the series were so much better. I don't know what happened to the author in this one.
★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
joel neff
If you want romance then this is not the book for you. Tyler and Lily were high school sweethearts until Lily discovered Tyler had been cheating on her with some middle aged waitress. Fast forward years later they both move back to their hometown and start sleeping together. No how have you been, no talk about his cheating, they don't even go on a date! They have sex and that's it. He never apologizes for hurting her, he dosen't even tell her that his first wife died. How are we suppose to believe that these characters are in love with each other? This book was a waste of money.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
s wright
Tyler Creed has some unfinished business to settle with his brothers Logan and Dylan, so he's come home to Still Water Springs, Montana, to figure things out. When Tyler sees Lily Kenyon again, he realizes he has unfinished business with her, too. Lily shouldn't be surprised that seeing Tyler again makes her heart beat triple time, but it does. He took her heart with him when he left town all those years ago and not even marriage to another man could make her forget him. Lily is back in Still Water Springs with her young daughter Tess, helping her father recuperate from a heart attack. She knows she's bound to run into Tyler now and again, but she wasn't expecting him to come calling for her. The heat that was always simmering between them hasn't changed a bit in all these years. They spend more time with their mouths on each other than talking. That doesn't mean that Tyler is ready to settle down, though. Coming home isn't easy on either of them. Tyler's past is coming back to haunt him and Lily's got troubles of her own. The one place things always seem to feel right is in each other's arms, but will the past threaten a future together?

Tyler Creed, youngest of the Creed brothers and the one with the biggest chip on his shoulder, is also the sexiest and the most endearing. Tyler and his brothers had a rough start with a drunk for a father and a mother who didn't do much to stop him when his fists started flying. They became three of the best men you could meet, though. When Tyler makes up his mind to do something, he does it. So when he sets his sights on Lily and settling down in Still Water Springs, he goes all in. Lily wears her heart on her sleeve when it comes to Tyler. From the moment they see each other again, you can feel the tension and chemistry between them. They are perfect together. Tyler is one of those stories that from start to finish, just flows effortlessly across the pages. It's as if Lind Lael Miller sat down and Tyler told her his story. The chemistry between Lily and Tyler is incredible and although the sex is HOT, and there is plenty of it, it's more than that. They've got a connection that goes beyond physical. I enjoyed all three books in the Montana Creeds series, but Tyler is my favorite.

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★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
Tyler Creed is a back in Stillwater Springs and this time maybe for good. Lily Ryder is only back to nurse her father after his heart attack. But when this two meet again there feeling for each other come back in full force. Tyler and Lily were dating until she found out that he was seeing someone else and that woman has a son who may or may not be Tyler. But the passion that Tyler and Lily have for each cannot be stopped.
"Montana Creeds: Tyler" is the third book in the series by Linda Lael Miller and I think that it was the worst. Both of the main characters had no depth or emotions to them. I found the story to uninteresting and I couldn't wait for the book to end. I am not even sure if I will another book by Ms. Miller after finishing this book!
★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
This book could have been a lot better. I think Tyler was a little bit of a sex-addict, and Lily...was the same a bit. I just think there was too much talk about it. No romance or love.

There was also too much other stuff going on in the book. I think it had the potential to be good, but it seems like she didn't put enough effort into it. I must say I really didn't love this series. It just didn't seem like her usual style. Not much romance or feeling, or love! She even wrote it towards the end somewhere. "He didn't make love to her. He did her." That's supposed to be steamy romance?

And I feel I must comment on the store incident. Not possible. No way could he just make her come like that. That just came out of nowhere, so unlike Miller.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
gwen weddington
Still reeling from her estranged husband Burke purposely crashing his small private plane into a bridge last year, widow Lily Ryder Kenyon, accompanied by her six year old daughter Tess returns home to Stillwater Springs, Montana to care for her septuagenarian father Hal. Also returning to town is her former crush Tyler Creed, who trades his Cadillac for a dilapidated ten year old truck; he plans to ignore his two brothers Dylan and Logan, who he detests.

Tyler meets teenager Davie, who he believes may be his son; he provides a home for the apparently abused lad. He also finds himself attracted to Lily and her precocious daughter. Lily shares his feelings, but prefers to ignore him as he is unsafe for her heart at a time she must focus on being the sandwich generation caretaker.

The final Creed brother Big Sky romance (see MONTANA CREEDS: DYLAN and MONTANA CREEDS: LOGAN) loses some of the freshness of the previous story as the prime plot is similar in tone to the previous entries especially that of Logan. The support cast is solid especially how Lily's curmudgeon father and precocious daughter team up on her. However, the freshness is in the anticipated battle royale between the Creed siblings

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★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
hemen samadi
I couldn't wait for Tyler's book after I read Dylan's in 2 days. Tyler's book was good, I did enjoy it and liked it but do feel as others said it coulda been better. Its an end the storylines but I do with they would have elaborated more on the reunion of him and his brothers and more comadaorie (sp?) between them then there was. The Sex scenes where pretty explicit, but it didn't bother me, it was interesting to see someone so sexual in the book! I do agree also that they should have elaborated more also on Tyler's wife along with maybe more of what was found in the attic at Logan's house. It left some definite questions and some of that when did that happen? Like Tyler meeting Briana for the first time I would have liked to have seen how they reacted to each other. I love how she incorporates a dog always being found or picked up, it's so endearing and sweet. It was interesting how the kid he found ends up being his and that's good because maybe they both needed it but there just seemd to be some other stuff missing throughout the storyline. All in all I enjoyed the series and was glad to see a Epilogue at the end being a year later it was nice.
★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
This book took me about 5 hours to read. It was an easy read, some scenes really had me hooked. Tyler, who I thought was supposed to be the main character (of course Lily was too, but the series itself is about the Creed men changing and staring again to revive their ranch and restore their name), didn't make a lot of changes. He seemed upset with his brothers until the very end. He hardly had any interaction with Lily's daughter his soon to be stepdaughter, and likewise there wasn't much interaction between Lily and Davie. I think the first two books weren't as totally unrealistic as this one--this one was quite a stretch. I also wish the cheating would have been addressed. I mean Lily divorced (or was in the process of it) Burke for it, but she forgives Tyler (with no conversation about it) right off from the start.


I do have some conflicts with the timeline, and that caused me to not enjoy the book(s) quite so much. For example, I somehow got in my head during Logan that it had been 12 years since Jake died, then later in the book it said 5. So maybe it was 5--it also said five in Dylan and Tyler, BUT theres a lot of evidence that would back up the 12 year theory. For example: after Lily heard that 6 months after Jake died that Tyler married Shawna, she decided to marry Burke--when Tyler and Lily reunite Tess (her daughter with Burke) is 6. Plus it's also mentioned by Hal that he let Lily marry Burke without question because she was a grown woman with a college education--so it seems it would be more likely that it was 12 years.

Also, the ages of Logan, Dylan and Tyler. The book makes them seem like they are close in age when they really aren't. Logan's mom died when he was three, so even if Jake remarried within a year Logan had to have been four possibly five before Dylan came along. Then Dylan was seven, when his mom died, so that would make Logan at least 11, and Dylan 7. Then Jake remarried again and had Tyler which even though he married within the year that would make Logan no younger than 13, and Dylan 8 or even 9--just speculation due to the time ranges given in the first book. So these older brothers are quite a bit older. So in Tyler when Lily says she grew up with all three of them (even though she was Tyler's age), it just doesn't make much sense, especially when she talks about being friends with Kristy, who was Dylan's HS sweetheart so she had to have been at least 8 years older than Lily. Or when Tyler said he was a sophomore in HS when he played his first basketball team, and his brothers were still in school with him...just blew my mind.

I know these aren't a big deal and don't ruin the whole book for some people, but at times I had to sit back and think about it all again because I didn't undertand how they could have all grown up together. I think the timeline needed some finetuning. It's hard to write three books in a row and have them follow the same timeline, but it throws the reader a little when it doesn't.

Finally, I have to say, I was wondering about Jim's wife in this book. In Logan her name was Caroline, in Dylan her named changed to Kathrine, and in Tyler, it's back to Caroline.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
ryan gerstner
With all the negative responses from the latest of the Montana Creeds series, I was a bit leery about picking it up. I am so glad I did. Even though I have read the first two, LOGAN and DYLAN, this has been the only series I've read by Linda Lael Miller. Maybe that's why I feel so differently. The first book, LOGAN, was good. DYLAN was better, but TYLER, at least to me, was the best of all three.

This character stayed a mystery throughout the first two books, so I was really looking forward to getting to know him better. He was the youngest of the three and seemed to come with more baggage than the other two. He also has more to make up for. Now he's back in Stillwater Springs as well as his first love, Lily Kenyon. And even though they have so much to work through, the attraction between them is explosive. This book has more passion than the other two combined.

Davie McCullough, a boy Tyler rescues, added a nice touch to the story, making this a good for you book that was fun to read. I look forward to reading more books by this author. If you plan to read this book, I'd really recommend that you read LOGAN and DYLAN first.
★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
lynn morrison
It seems to me whenever an author is writing a series, she needs to keep in mind what she's established in the previous books. She forgot this with Tyler's character.
It didn't bother me so much when I read this one the first time (I read this one first). But after reading the series a second time, I was confused. I had initially thought that Tyler was 17 when his dad died in that horrible logging accident, and that Dylan was 7 years older than Tyler. Not only that, but I was originally led to believe that dad, Jake, died 5 years prior to the start of this series.
Yet in this book, Tyler is on this side of 30, a couple of years younger than Dylan!
Not only that, but it sure bugged the heck out of me that Miller uses the same stock dialogue and movements in her books. "I mean" or "That is"-- the characters say this a lot when it's pretty clear what they're talking about. "How's he doing? Your dad, I mean." Miller, in my opinion, is making the people who live in the country out to look stupid, and being that I am a country girl, I resent that. A lot.
And "he shoved his hand through his hair." Is that a Creed thing? Logan did it. Dylan did it. Tyler did it. Even the new Creed in Stone Creek does it. UGH!!!
That said, if you want to read a decent book about the Creeds, stick with Dylan. Despite Miller's writing style, I fell in love with Dylan.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
rachel christlieb
This is the 3rd book in the Montana Creeds series by Linda Lael Miller. I am a huge fan of this author. She has a wonderful way of writing, her characters are well developed and the small towns are just where I would love to live. I find myself getting so drawn in by her books that I never want them to end. Each new book is like going home for a visit.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
--In general I don't read book reviews prior to reading the book because I don't want someone else's opinion to influence mine. However, in the case of Tyler, I did read some of the the store reviews and was shocked at how many didn't like this book. Linda Lael Miller is a good writer and IMO, the only way she could receive a bad review is if she totally phoned it in so I was hesitant to read the final installment in the Creed series.

I was wrong to hesitate. The characters are well-drawn, fun and Tyler is sexier than hell. There is a great deal of soul-searching in this book and Tyler & Lily spend at least a quarter of the book apart - while I wasn't happy with that, it did fit with the story. The only issue I had was the ending did feel rushed to me. Tyler asks Lily to marry him int he throes of passion and then later on he thinks to himself that the wedding needs to be delayed but he never says why he felt that way. There were simply a lot of inconsistences and unanswered questions and for that reason I'm only giving this title a 4 rather than a recommmended read. ~[..]
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
I loved this book as much as I enjoyed the other two. I fell in love with all the Creeds and their families. I love Linda Lael. She's one of my top 10 authors. I recommend this series plus any book you read by her. I promise you want be disappointed.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Strong characters that stay true to story outline of the other books about the Creeds. Linda weaves a story like none other. Captivates the reader at every turn. Makes you want to read the whole book at one sitting.
★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
This was quite a letdown from the other two books in the series. As a previous reviewer said, there was a lot of character interest from the previous two books, and I was looking forward to Tyler's story. But LLM must have been out of ideas when it came to actually writing his story. There was no rhyme or reason to the book. It was over the top in the sex department, actually, that was all there was, there was no meat to Tyler and Lily, no story about them. This is the first book of LLM that I am sad to say I didn't like. Linda is a wonderful author, but it almost seemed like she didn't even write it!!
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
donald barnes
After reading so many negative reviews, I didn't hold out much hope about this book, but wanted to read it since I had read the first two. I'm glad to say I was pleasantly surprised and rather enjoyed the story. While I won't argue that the language and sex scenes are more graphic in this story than in the first two, and there may be some minor inconsistencies as other reviewers have noted, I maintain that the characters made the difference. I loved Tyler's interaction with Davie and his brothers as well as the scenes when the family was together. Although this may not be a series I will go back later and read again, I am certainly glad I read them, and enjoyed doing so. If you've already read the first two books in the series, I strongly urge you not to let the bad reviews of this story keep you from reading it. Like me, you may be pleasantly surprised.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
hoang minh nguyen
For those of you who have not had the pleasure to read anything by Linda Lael Miller (a new discovery for me) and who enjoy contemporary romances, this is a wonderful start on all levels.
Miller writes superbly and immerses one in the glories of the Montana countryside, and the personalities of these modern cowboys who are stud-muffins with fascinating pasts and current histories that engage and enchant. Three brothers, all gorgeous and accomplished in their individual ways, but Tyler Creed, of this book is my favorite hands down.
Logan and Dylan Creed are also covered in two other books, and are a must if you like this one...but to get a horizontal time line in place it is perhaps best to read the other two first....

I won't give away the story line, but you can be assured that the writing is wonderful, and evocative, the sex scenes are about as steamy as they can get and the narrative is touching and poignant the romance between the two leads is riveting.
Five stars all the way!
★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
I typically go into reading romance novels expecting there to be a cheesy moment or two - some point where I'll roll my eyes, but still read on - however this book made me roll my eyes and stop reading. It's the first Miller book I've read, and I'm sorry to be introduced to the writer this way. She doesn't seem to care about making sense of the plot, in any simple way that would have made the story likeable.


The heroine, Lily, was once a strong, independent woman. She had a thriving career and was successfully raising her child on her own. Now, all we see her as is a simpering mess. She throws everything away so easily to man who never really treated her all that well.

After a teenage summer of movies and carnivals - no deep connections made it seems - Lily and Tyler break up. Lily is heartbroken and further so after learning Tyler cheated on her every night they hung out with a waitress almost twice as old as he was. She doesn't return to town for fourteen or so years and finds that even after being married she's never really gotten over Tyler.

Tyler meanwhile, is back in town too, cocky, with only sex on his mind, not much different from before. Somehow he can make a woman orgasm by looking at them (a skill the waitress gave him?) and Lily accepts his demands for sex with no question.

In general the plot of this book is slow and sex oriented. By chapter seven, I still couldn't figure out why I should like Lily or Tyler for that matter (other than he looks great in boxer briefs and can do the deed well).

Don't waste your money or your time, there are plenty of better romance novels out there.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
onny wiranda
Wow...Tyler...huh. What can I say about Tyler? Spunky. Sexy. Charming. And oh-so-determined to make it up to Lily for what he did to her many years before. This book would have to be my favourite of the trilogy. It had everything I want in a romance - hot, hot sex scenes, a sexy hero, a spunky heroine and a bit of conflict thrown in there for good reading!

Tyler has a chip on his shoulder the size of Montana itself when he finally makes it home. The tension and unresolved issues between him and his brothers is wonderfully written and just as wonderfully resolved.

Lily is the kind of heroine who was needed for Tyler. A widowed single mum, raising her gorgeous little daughter and caring for her father. Her conflict between the 'should I-shouldn't I' question regarding Tyler is so well crafted.

Tyler grows up a lot in this book. He's trying to come to turns with newly discovered knowledge regarding his father and a son he didn't know he had; he's trying to win back Lily; trying to protect an old lover...

LLM has definitely written a stellar trilogy with Logan, Dylan and Tyler. Nothing to dislike about this book, or the trilogy, for that matter.

Well worth the money!
★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
sara phelps
Tyler comes back home and befriends a young teenager that he sees with similar problems of his own. The last thing Tyler expected was to help his two older brothers in restoring the old ranch that didn't hold good memories for them. Lily decides to return to Stillwater Springs to set down roots for herself and her daughter. Here she finds Tyler her sweetheart from childhood. This might be a plus she had not planned. It is a quick read. However you feel you have seen the plot in Dylan. By Ruth Thompson the author of "The Bluegrass Dream"
★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
I have always enjoyed Linda Lael's books. I know there will be some love scenes, but I never have to worry they are going to be over the top. This book was very heavy on the sex with the woman being unable to stop herself. It was deflating to see no pride in this woman and she had a small child as well. The story didn't warm to you at all with the Tyler Creed who possibly knocked up a waitress when he was like 17 and "broke" the main characters heart when she was young. Now years later we see them within moments of seeing each other having sex (with her having a climax in the middle of Walmart just by LOOKING at this guy, and of course he knows it.. please). This was just too far from reality and they never really resolve the part where he broke her heart and he never really seems to care that he did. They were engaged to be married by the middle of the book with, of course, him asking her during one of their many climaxes. It was a trashy book and to be honest I don't know the end because I threw it in the trash. I agree with a previous poster who said this must have been written by a ghost writer or Linda Lael is losing her touch or was just plain lazy writing this. I am very dissappointed I wasted my [...]on this. I did however enjoy the Logan book and am hoping the Dylan book is better. IF this is a ghost writer Linda needs to fire them.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
lynda aicher
great book love the author
★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
steffanie jorj
I was so disappointed in this book! I had read Logan & Dylan and was looking forward to the last book. Tyler was a disappointment from the start. I almost stopped reading at the Wal-Mart scene, but because I usually love Linda's books I continued on thinking it would get better. When Lily took off her underwear minutes after getting in the car with Tyler on the way to dinner after not seeing him for years...I put the book down. There should have been some resolution of the past hurts before they became sexually active. I will be careful and read the reviews on Linda's books before I blindly buy the next one. I am sorry I wasted my money on this one!!
★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
A real spoiler for me in this series was the fact that the author did not even bother to get the names of her characters right from book to book. In "Dylan" Jim Huntinghorse is married to Katherine, in "Tyler" she turns into Caroline. I was looking for something light and easy to read on the beach, but not for this level of sloppy writing and editing. I will not be back for more.Montana Creeds: Tyler
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
briana ryan
Enjoyable romance showing how easily lives can be twined together to form an unbreakable bond.
Believable characters, snarky teenager, entertaining, informative dialogue and story line.

I will re-read this story and look forward to more by this author.
★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
amr ashraf
I was so excited for this to come out. I really thought it would be the best book of the series. It may have been a really good book if I had not of read Dylan. Tyler was the hottest and baddest brother. That hype was lived up to. This book has hotter bedroom scenes than most LLM books. They start out pretty early in the book.

The thing that really threw my for a loop is that this book and Dylan share an almost identical story line. A parent selling a child to the other parent. The book Mckettrick heart also has this story line.

I enjoyed this book but I was really looking for something different. If your a fan of LLM you probably like it.
★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
hojjat sedaqat p
This book was ok. It was not as good as the first two. It drove me crazy how Lily was made out to be a slut. All she wanted from Tyler was sex. Everytime they got together they were having sex. I did like the story line of Tyler and Davie and how they got along. I was really happy he was Tylers son. The best part of the book is when Lily tells off her mother-in-law for threating to take away Tess.
★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
eric grey
I have read all of Linda Lael Miller's books but this was the only disappointment so far. I thought the sex was silly not romantic. The WalMart episode almost stops a person from reading on. I loved the stories about the other two brothers and was looking forward to this one. I don't think it would happen in real life to have a teenager that mixed up and that bad of home life and just by chance living homeless in the house that turns out to be his natural father's. Normal teenagers would be hard enough to get along with let alone the baggage this youth brought with him. All in all I think the book missed the mark. It will not keep me from purchasing all future Linda Lael Miller books though. This just happen to be a book that was not like any of her books so far.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
didymus bibliophilus
Love the story. It is so good to see this family come full circle and end up strong and happy and proud of their family name.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
I chose this 5 star rating because the book was a great sequel to the other Montana Creeds :
Logan and Dylan.. This third book in the series was a very good read.
I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys western romances. I truly recommend the author Linda Lael Miller..
★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
This book was such a huge disappointment. I have read almost every book Linda Lael Miller has written and enjoyed them all, including the other two in the Creed" collection. But this one was a flop in every way. It was basically a story about two people having sex whenever they could, with minimal plots. The conflicts were lame, predicatable,and generally gave me a "who cares?" feeling. I do enjoy a sexy book, but not when the entire plot of the book is basically a repeated scenario of the female being incredibly horny, and the man being of course a super stud. Such one dimensional characters bring nothing vaguelly interestering to the book, are in fact boring. Hopefully, Ms. Miller will renew her earlier craftsmanship of writing a book with characters we can actually care about, with deeper personalities and with plots that don't make us sorry we wasted time reading the book!
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
kevin brantley
part of a series. Enjoyable read
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
horacio maya
Although I enjoyed the book, it was not as good as the first two in the series. It felt rused or off. There was not enough time spent between the two Tyler and Lily or Tyler and Tess. Enjoyed the epilogue.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
emmalee pryor
I liked the third book in the series for the three brothers and the ups and downs of their lives
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
rachel lubert
Reading all the other posts, I was kindof amazed! I thought it was the best book out of the Creed series...And I like alot of romance in a *ROMANCE BOOK* Yes, it had a bit more *SEX* than the first two, but isn't that what romance novels are about? Relationships and the bedroom stuff?
I liked it....I thought Linda did a wonderful job with all 3 books!
★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
brandy moriah
I am a new reader to LLM..I just so happened upon the book Logan that I was hooked to read about all of the brothers. I enjoyed Dylan as much as the first..but Tyler was good in the beginning of the book, but when the "sex" scenes came in to picture, I felt it was a little more than it needed to be, but that wasn't really what got to was the choice of words...The "F" word is not needed in any matter what kind it is. It is nasty and degrading and for that I didnt enjoy this book nearly as much as the first two..
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
natalie moravec
I enjoyed reading about the brothers and their families love for each other. They were always ready to help each other out after they made peace with each other.
★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
johanna decourcy
I really enjoyed the first two books of this series. Tyler's story was ridiculous. It had no plot, no real emotional hookup between the two main characters. Huge waste of money.
★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
I loved the first two books in the series but this last one let me down. The author made Tyler seem like a sex god and automatically threw the characters into bed. They didn't resolve the past issues that had, like the fact that Tyler cheated on Lily with Dorreen. It had some good scenes with his brothers and that seemed to resolve well.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
This third book about the Creed brothers took me by surprise. It was the best story of the three, and it was steamy to boot!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
always good
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leslie ann diaz
Love this series.
★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
I am a big fan of Linda Miller books. I was really excited for this new series. The first two books were great. However, this third was a dissapointment. The story seemed rushed and not quite believeable. It also didn't have the true romance x-factor that we all enjoy from Linda. Anyone who wants to follow this series should read this book.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
saba ghabrai
Linda is one of my favorite authors to read. This series was amazing. I wanted to read the whole book in one sitting.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
kitan awobajo
Very good book. Kept my interest
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
hieu do
This is a excelent book that brings the characters off the page. This was a wonderfull ending to this trilogy by the writer Linda Lael Miller. Miller did same fantastic work when she introduced the Creeds through the Mckettricks of the Triple M
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
I was very pleased with the timing of the delivery and the condition of the contents package. I have ordered many previous books from various people on the store and this by far was the best condition I have seen a book come in. I will def use this person again should they have another product I want.
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rj mcgill
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
all three books were great(Can't put down kind). Know everyone who reads them will love them too.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Loved this series...loved this book. This was a fitting end to the series. Just enough testosterone!
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