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Creed's Honor (Montana Creeds, Bk 6)
Creed's Honor - Montana Creeds, Bk 6
Author: Linda Lael Miller
Conner Creed knows exactly who he is: a hardworking rancher carrying on his uncle's legacy in Lonesome Bend, Colorado. Maybe a small-town cowboy's life isn't his dream, but he owes the man who took him in as a kid. Until the identical twin brother he's been estranged from for years reenters his life. — Conner struggles with...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780373775804
ISBN-10: 0373775806
Publication Date: 6/1/2011
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 154 ratings
Publisher: HQN Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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reviewed Creed's Honor (Montana Creeds, Bk 6) on + 29 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Why is it the Middle Book leaves me wanting?....Looked forward to this - but so much drama made me put this down time and again. Still a fantastic writer but the characters not developed. More about Brody than Conner. I will definiely read the next but can't help but share maybe a little bit of disappointment.
reviewed Creed's Honor (Montana Creeds, Bk 6) on + 2 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
First, I want everyone to know that I LOVE Linda Lael Miller as an author. I read everything she writes and I keep her books. However, for some reason, this one book did not pull me into the story like most of her's do. Maybe because at first I was trying to undestand if it was about Connor Creed or about Trish McCall. Yes, this Creed was the same great guy you expect from Linda, but I dont' know, maybe it moved too slow? However, since it is part of the series, you HAVE to read it or miss out on the whole family, but it's definately the weak one.
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jjares avatar reviewed Creed's Honor (Montana Creeds, Bk 6) on + 2381 more book reviews
This book did not suffer from many of the problems of the first book in the series: A CREED IN STONE CREEK. There was a sufficient time span for the characters get to know one another (they didnt jump in bed before page 50).

Tricia McCall has returned to the small town of Lonesome Bend, Colorado, to sell some property left to her by her father. She spent summers with her dad in this neck of the woods and is nostalgic about her early life. As a city girl, Tricia is eager to sell the land and get back to civilization. Unfortunately, there are no takers beating down her door.

Tricia has been in an on-and-off-again relationship with a Seattle-based man, Hunter. Although she expects to marry Hunter, Tricia appears to be drifting through life. Connor remembers Tricia from her summers in the area and is interested; she doesnt share the feeling.

This is the story of Connor Creed -- one of a pair of identical twins who seem to hate each other. They have been estranged for more than 10 years. Suddenly, Brody appears and announces that he has come to stay on the ranch he and Connor inherited.

I think LLM has worn out the formula of adding a child, a cat and a growing dog to fill pages. This book is also quite wordy; she describes someone getting into a car and starting the ignition. Things that dont need to be explained to the reader ARE explained in grinding detail; it is obvious that she is padding the book.

My real issue with the book, however, is the lack of chemistry between the main characters. There are things going on that dont promote the story. Tricia and Connor dont really spend a great deal of time talking to each other most of the book is told through the interaction of other characters.

3 stars

Creed Cowboy
1. A Creed in Stone Creek (2011)
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3. The Creed Legacy (2011)
reviewed Creed's Honor (Montana Creeds, Bk 6) on + 929 more book reviews
Very slow and boring. Most of Miller's stuff are better. The characters were not interesting at all and there was no movement in their relationship. I have no idea how they decided they loved one another because they barely spend any time together or have a real conversation.

And for someone who is heavily involved with animals, why do Miller's characters always shut their dogs in the car?
reviewed Creed's Honor (Montana Creeds, Bk 6) on + 64 more book reviews
Linda's characters are real people with real life emotions, issues, challenges and celebrations.


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