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Creed's Honor (Montana Creeds #6)

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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 identity issues as he gets to know his wilder broth ...more
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Hope Frost

I adored the first in this series, but this second on kind of fell flat for me. The main characters didn't even talk to each other until about page 100. It seemed very slow to get to the point and when the point was made it was a rush to the end. I liked the characters individually but together I am not sure they had chemistry, and that could be because there wasn't a lot of the book that revolved around them being a couple, just their own battles that needed to be won. I am very much looking fo
I didn't think I'd like this book so much, but I really did enjoy it.

I read the synopsis, then looked up the series and found book #5 of Montana Creeds series (it looks like books 5, 6 and 7 are new generational add-ons to this series). I thought book #5 A Creed in Stone Creek sounded more my speed so I grabbed it instead (it was released in Feb of 2011). Read through that (I'll have a review posted) and then came to this book which is #6 in the series.

I didn't anticipate liking this book quite
Mary (BookHounds)
Connor Creed has given up his dreams to follow in his uncle's footsteps and become a rancher in Lonesome Bend, CO. The name of the town is more than appropriate for Connor and when his wild twin brother, Brody, reenters his life, he finds himself longing for the rodeo dreams he put aside. Brody stole the love of his life, which for Connor is difficult and he has a hard time reconciling his emotions. Tricia McCall ends up in Lonesome Bend after her father dies and she takes over his trailer park. ...more
Conner Creed is right where he belongs and he’s known it from the start, he was born and raised to be a rancher on his Colorado spread. It hasn’t always been easy and there have been plenty of hardships too, he’s determined to live the dream but to truly fulfill it he needs his perfect mate, one content to be a rancher’s wife, one who wants a family and one who wants to share that way of life with him. Trisha McCall knows what she wants, she’s known it for the longest time, funny thing is when s ...more
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Review by Jen
Source: ebook provided by Harlequin via NetGalley

Blurb: 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 identity issues as he gets to know his wilder brother. And then he meets Tricia McCall, a beautiful woman wh
Cynthia D'Alba
I received this book from Linda Lael Miller's publicist in exchange for a fair review.

Whenever we get a notice that there is a Linda Lael Miller book to review it's a done deal that I'll be grabbing it. I love a good cowboy book. Plus I've been reading all the books in Ms. Miller's contemporary Creed Series. Not surprisingly, there hasn't been a dud in the bunch. This new one is no exception.


Conner Creed knows exactly who he is: a hardworking rancher carrying on his u
With this book we move from Arizona (Steve's story in a Creed in Stone Creek) to Colorado. Tricia is trying to figure out what she wants to do and get back to Seattle and Hunter; while Conner knows what he wants to do. With this story we got to see why the twins - Conner and Brody had a falling out. The relationship between Tricia and Conner took awhile - even though they were dancing around each other for most of the book. The side characters help add to the book - a great granny, a god child a ...more
Nous retrouvons une nouvelle fois la famille Creed avec l'histoire de Connor et de Tricia. Malheureusement, il manque un petit quelque chose pour renouveler l'intérêt, et les longueurs ici et là émoussent notre plaisir.

Connor est le frère responsable, celui qui a repris la gestion du ranch familial lorsqu'il a été en âge de le faire, alors que Brody, son frère jumeau, allait courir les concours de rodéo. Il aime son travail et son ranch, mais il aimerait être aussi libre que son frère. Lorsqu'il
Book review: Creed's Honor by author Linda Lael Miller
I've been a fan of Linda Lael Miller's for quite some time. I think it started when i read one of the McKettrick books with the four original brothers Holt, Rafe, Kade and Jeb (love those names). After i finished those i started looking at the rest of her books and have enjoyed quite a few. She is the very best at writing cowboys i think. Creed's Honor is the 2nd in her latest cowboy trilogy. If you've read Linda at all you know this is not
Linda Lael Miller's latest book in her McKettrick/Creed series "Creed's Honor" will be available on May 31, 2011. I was able to get a galley of this book to read before the official publication date. "Creed's Honor" is the second of Miller's new Montana Creed Trilogy that started with "A Creed in Stone Creek". I enjoyed "A Creed in Stone Creek" it had humor and characters I enjoyed reading about. I felt that "Creed's Honor" was just a filler between the first and last book in this latest trilogy ...more
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Linda Lael Miller just keeps on creating these tantalizing cowboy/rancher/alpha-male heroes that make us all drool and each of whom are unique and incredibly interesting. That the Creeds are a large family is no longer in doubt, but this trilogy of novels is highlighting a branch of the family that involve twins Brody and Connor Creed along with their cousin Steven who was raised with them after his parents' divorce. Steven is now living in Arizona with his new bride and his 5-year-old adopted s ...more
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 identity issues as he gets to know his wilder brother. And then he meets Tricia McCall, a beautiful woman who knows a thing or two about living someone else's dreams. Together,
Alexis Villery
This is the story of both Connor Creed and Tricia McCall. Connor and his twin brother Brody inherit their father's ranch, but Connor stays and tends the ranch and Brody goes off to rodeo, creating resentment between the two. After her father's death,Tricia McCall has moved from Seattle in an effort to sell her father's land.

This book had a very homey feel to it. It made me smile and I enjoyed the ability to just settle in for a feel good read. This is book two of the series and you don't have t
Conner and Tricia had a mutual attraction to one another, but I think it started with Tricia first and then Conner noticed her. Tricia is just in Lonesome Bend temporarily while Conner is looking for some one for the long haul. Problem is, not only is Tricia planning to leave Lonesome Bend for the bright lights of Seattle, but she also has a guy waiting back there for her return.

I enjoyed the interaction between these two. Both of them were interested, but meither would act upon it. Conner is a
Hannah M.
Tricia McCall is cooling her heels in Lonesome Bend, Colorado until she can find a buyer for her late father’s businesses and land. She’s got no plans to stick around and she certainly won’t be falling for local cowboy Conner Creed, or so she tells herself. Conner Creed on the other hand is Lonesome Bend born and bred. He works the ranch that has been passed down for generations and doesn’t complain, even if he is lonely. But when his twin brother comes back to town and Tricia McCall starts to s ...more
I found Conner and Tricia an interesting couple. Tricia isn’t looking for someone, and that is all Conner secretly hopes for. I enjoyed the slow build up to their romance; it suited their lives. She was just coming from a relationship, and Conner is a little gun shy.

Tricia is trying to take care of the ramshackle property she inherited, help her friends with their daughter, and take care of her grandmother. But through this, she shows an appreciation for how much she has been given, and I thoug
Marquetta (LoveToReadForFun)
Creed's Honor is the first book I've read by Linda Lael Miller. Even though this book is part of a series, it can be read as a standalone. The author did a great job of providing background information on other characters without bogging down the plot.

I love romance and when I read the synopsis for Creed's Honor, I was anxious to read this book even though I hadn't read anything by LLM. I really wanted to like this book but it did not work for me. The major problem I had with the story was how s
Suzanne Barrett
Creed’s Honor was a book I selected at Net Galley and my first LL Miller book. I plan to buy A Creed in Stone Creek, the first in this series plus book three since I was very impressed with the story and Miller’s fine writing style.

Creed’s Honor is the story of Connor Creed, an identical twin growing up in the Colorado town of Lonesome Bend. Orphaned at an early age, he and his brother Brody, along with their cousin Stephen (the Stone Creek Creed) are raised by an aunt and uncle. The twins joint
Connor Creed has all but given up on his own dreams and has decided that he's going to follow in his uncle's boot prints and become a rancher in his hometown of Lonesome Bend, CO. I thought that the name of the town was more than appropriate for Connor and the way he happens to be feeling. Then his wild card twin brother, Brody, shows up which is difficult for Connor to swallow.

Tricia McCall ends up in Lonesome Bend after the death of her father and she decides to take over his trailer park for

Connor Creed has lived on the same ranch since he was born and has been running that ranch since he came of age. He’s got honor and roots so deep that can’t be unburied, but he doesn’t have the one thing he wants more than anything – love, a wife, children and a family and he doesn’t have the time to go searching for it. Tricia McCall is only in town until she can sell the three small businesses her Dad left to her when he died and have the money to mo
Well, if this ain't a classic case of damned if you do, damned if you don't.

Conner Creed is a honorable man, but a stubborn cowboy. A decade long falling out with his twin brother, Brody, has left him set in his ways while tending to the ranch that is equal parts theirs. Determination and responsibility have kept Conner rooted to his birthright, but Brody's long abandonment has only fueled Conner's anger and loneliness over the years.

That is until he reacquaints himself with Tricia McCall, the s
The second book in a trilogy highlighting the Creeds of Lonesome Bend, Colorado with Connor Creed as the hero. Missing his cousin Steven who has now settled in Arizona with his new wife and son, Connor is estranged from his brother Brody, champion rodeo rider and the twin that betrayed him years ago. Now he is living alone on their ranch and beginning to resent being a lone, needing to move forward with his life, and taking an interest in Tricia McCall, daughter of the now-deceased owner of some ...more
Jennifer Estep
Creed's Honor by Linda Lael Miller is the second book in her Creed Cowboys contemporary western romance trilogy.

Tricia McCall plans on moving away from Lonesome Bend, Colorado, and back to Seattle just as soon as she sells the campground property that her father left her when he died. What she doesn't count on is this strange, electric attraction that she feels for rancher Connor Creed -- and why the thought of letting Connor get close to her scares her so much. Connor knows that Tricia wants to
Mais um cowboy gostosão para a minha coleção!!
O Conner é um tipico cowboy, que mexe com gado, dirige trator, usa botas e chapéu, e é totalmente caladão e não sabe expressar seus sentimentos. Aliás, ele só expressa seus sentimentos socando a cara do irmão gêmeo, Brody.
A mocinha, Tricia, também é fechadona e vive na mesma casa que a bisavó, e esta na cidade temporariamente, só até vender as propriedades deixadas pelo pai e então voltar para o namorado e para sua vida atribulada em Seattle. Ela tem
Adriana Fogaça
Os Creed 02.
A Honra de Conner.
Linda Lael Miller.
H.R.Romance 66.

Ótima estória, casal adorável e personagens deliciosos. Devo admitir que não tava gostando muito do enredo no primeiro capítulo, mas no decorrer da leitura me apaixonei completamente.

Conner é lindo e perfeito. Tricia é uma fofa. Natty nem se fala é a bisavó que qualquer um queria ter. A pequena Sasha um encanto. Já Brody, o irmão gêmeo idêntico, me irritou no início, mas depois comecei a me identificar e acabei até gostando dele
Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews
Connor Creed discards his dream in order to stay at the family ranch while twin Brody joins the rodeo circuit. Resentment plays a huge part in his upbringing, coloring much of who he is and what he does, so meeting Tricia McCall, who runs her deceased father’s RV park part time and lives in Seattle the rest of the year puts her off limits for a romantic relationship. Or does it?

Orphaned at an early age, Connor and his identical twin brother Brody, along with their cousin Stephen (the Stone Cree
I love a good cowboy—I mean cowboy story—and this is a good one. Forget about bygone times in the Old West, this is a contemporary story dealing with present day issues—sibling rivalry, jealousy, loneliness, and love.

Conner Creed is convinced his identical twin brother Brody seduced his fiancé before they disappeared ten years ago. If he wasn’t guilty, why did he leave? During Brody’s absence, Conner works the ranch and lives a lonely, solitary life. Then the quiet, lovely Tricia McCall catches
Julie Barrett
Creed's Honor by Linda Lael Miller
Tricia had to go to Colorado to deal with her fathers land and camp grounds.
While there she had several offers on the old outdoor movie theater and
land. The offers came from each of the twin boys.
Her great grandmother has an offer of a place to stay with a friend who is nearer
to her age with same interests.
When she returned to Seattle she went to see the guy she had had a few dates
with and he was with a female already. She was there to turn down his offer
to go
Received for Review
Overall Rating 4.00
Character Rating 4.25
Story Rating 3.75

Note: This is the 2nd in this series by Linda Lael Miller with Conner being the Creed in the lead. This was such a sweet,down home love story that makes you smile when finished reading.

What I Loved: Conner and Tricia are both great leading characters. The attraction between them is sizzling but they both deny it from the beginning. I must warn that this is a slow building romance, they only have casual conversations in t
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