Montana Creeds: Tyler by Linda Lael Miller

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Whether winning championship belt buckles or dealing with Hollywood types for endorsement deals, former rodeo star Tyler Creed can handle anything.  Except standing on the same patch of land as his estranged brothers.  Yet here they are in Stillwater Springs, barely talking but trying to restore the old Creed ranch – and family.

Lily Kenyon knows all about family estrangements and secrets.  The single mom has come home to set things right, to put down roots fro 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

 

Lily Kenyon left Stillwater Springs years ago, but has returned to help her father recover from a heart attack, and to try and make a fresh start.  Being a single mom isn’t easy, but she feels that Stillwater Springs might be the place for her to start a new life with her daughter, a place that has memories, both good and bad.

The Creed brothers have had problems, but nothing will keep them off of their ranch, trying to restore their family bond.  And Tyler is no different.  A former rodeo star, he is arrogant and thinks that people should look up to him for all of his accomplishments.  What he doesn’t expect is to have Lily Kenyon back in her life.  The history they have hangs heavy between the two – will they rekindle a flame that they thought went out years ago?

This is the third book in the Montana Creeds series and it is certainly not my last book by Linda.  Ms. Miller has such an excellent way of writing her characters to make them jump off of the page, and the emotion that they exhibit is exceptional!  Watching these characters try and overcome their past and rooting them on was a joy.  I would highly recommend this book!

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