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FREE MOBI Ô DOC Montana Creeds Logan 9780373773534 ¼ [BOOKS] ⚣ Montana Creeds Logan By Linda Lael Miller – Helpyouantib.co.uk Descendants of the legendary McKettrick family the Creeds are renowned in Stillwater Springs Montana for raising hellAfter years of wandering Logan Creed a cowboy with a dusty law degree has rDown roots to restore his family's neglected ranchto have kids of his own proudly bearing the Creed nameDivorced mom Briana Grant has heard the stories about her gorgeous neighbor So Logan's kindness with her y The beginnings of a new series from Miller The Creeds are connected to the McKettrick and Stone Creek Series I enjoyed reading this one The Creeds are the exact opposite of the McKettricks and it shows in the dialog between the brothers I can barely wait until the second one is out so I can read it

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Montana Creeds LoganDescendants of the legendary McKettrick family the Creeds are renowned in Stillwater Springs Montana for raising hellAfter years of wandering Logan Creed a cowboy with a dusty law degree has returned home To put I wavered between three and four stars for this bookOn the one hand Miller has written a wonderful book of fully fleshed out characters The children are neither too wise nor too cute Alec 8 and Josh 10 are as exasperating and wonderful as boys that age are in real life Their mother Briana is holding it together as a single mom after getting dumped at Wal Mart by her husband She's not played out as a heroic WonderMom but as your average woman doing what she must occasionally doing things wrong to keep on trucking She felt real to me reminding me of my own mom in many waysTheir neighbor Logan Creed has come back to his family's Montana ranch after two failed marriages a stint in Ira in the Army and a law career that netted him 30 million dollars Somehow he's still in his early to mid thirties The math doesn't work for me but whatever God forbid we have working class heroes He's estranged from his brothers Dylan and Tyler after a drunken brawl the day their boozebag father died twelve years ago In another bout of fuzzy math she says the father died when Logan was a college junior so age 20 21 right Now if Tyler is 8 years younger than Logan as she describes what were they doing drinking whiskey and brawling with a 12 13 year old boy in a bar But I digressHe's come back to make a fresh start of it reconcile with his brothers get married again and have kids The hero heroine and the cast of supporting characters felt real to me I felt Logan's confusion bitterness sadness and regret without ever once pitying him Miller does a great job showing the awkwardness between the brothers when they talk to each other There's no magical tear filled bromantic reconciliation moment Briana frets about her ex husband's return and how it will affect the boys She's wary of Vance her ex while willing to work with him for the kids' sakes Her ex starts the book a self indulgent boor and ends it a mere flawed human trying to fix his mistakes The assorted villains are pitiable than evil I could've done without the American Indian grandmother with prophetic dreams but you can't have it allThe book failed me near the end A suspense subplot involving Briana's house getting vandalized was both unnecessary and unresolved The HEA was not only unbelievable but unwanted Miller has a divorcee with two impressionable boys marry a twice divorced man after knowing each other less than two weeks I don't think that's romantic I think that's reckless especially because Miller never spent any of Logan's POV time assessing what went wrong in those marriages who those women were or what sort of man he was then We're just supposed to believe he's in it for the long haul this time because He's The HeroDespite these somewhat major flaws the characters were compelling and Miller's voice was evocative so I couldn't put the book down I eventually settled on a four because I am invested enough in the brothers to want to continue the series and that must count for something