Logan: Montana Creeds
Linda Lael Miller
Harlequin, 2009 (2009)
Reviewed by Martina Bexte
ogan Creed has spent years trying to distance himself from his heritage and all the negative memories that his name instils, most especially the antics and lifestyle of his hard-living, womanizing father, Jake Creed. Logan's years of wandering come full circle when he returns to his family's sprawling, rundown ranch with plans to bring the once thriving spread back to its former glory. He has plenty of money and resolve to get the job done, but he wants - and needs - his brothers' blessing. But Logan knows Dylan and Tyler might not be ready to forgive and forget the harsh words and fisticuffs they'd exchanged over their father's gravesite five years before.
riana Grant and her two sons have been renting a house on the Creed spread for the last few months, ever since her ne'er do well husband abandoned his family at the local Wal-mart. Dylan's always had a soft spot for beautiful women, but when Briana denies there's anything romantic going on Logan finds himself oddly relieved by her admission. Soon he finds himself spending more and more time with the divorced mom, and then looking after her two impressionable boys while she puts in her shift at a local casino. But when a stalker targets Briana, Logan's protective instincts kick into high gear as he, his brother Dylan and Briana try to determine who wants to hurt her and her sons.
hether writing historical or contemporary westerns, Linda Lael Miller always hits the mark with her larger than life heroes and the strong, independent women who fall in love with them. Logan Creed is no different - a man's man who's come home to claim his heritage, right some wrongs and who finds the woman of his dreams along the way.
Montana Creeds: Logan
is a fine beginning to Miller's new trilogy that introduces Logan, Dylan and Tyler Creed, estranged brothers and descendants of the legendary McKettrick clan who'd first settled in Montana a century before.
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