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Publisher's Summary

Linda Lael Miller’s Montana Creeds series draws to a close in this final riveting tale.
The youngest of the three Creed brothers, Tyler is a big-time rodeo star when he returns to his humble hometown of Stillwater Springs. It’s not long before he’s fighting with his brothers again, and it seems like the past is due to repeat itself. But that may not be so bad, because Tyler’s first love, Lily, is back as well, and their feelings for each other have never been stronger.
Lily Kenyon knows all about family estrangements and secrets. The single mom has come home to set things right, to put down roots for 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.
©2009 Linda Lael Miller (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
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5 out of 5 stars
By Lisa on 02-11-10

What a Man!

I love the Creed men! Wow. Hot. Successful. Struggling to be the best they can be. What lucky women these ladies are! Hot, Hot, Hot!!!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Deanne on 11-05-12

Gotta love those Creeds

Always good to catch a Linda Lael Miller story. The Creed family stories leave you looking forward to another. I think that she's run out of Creed men to write about and that's sort of sad.

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