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Two Brothers: The Lawman / The Gunslinger (Two Brothers #1-2)

4.03 of 5 stars 4.03  ·  rating details  ·  682 ratings  ·  30 reviews
The Lawman

Marshal Shay McQuillan has a lot on his hands -- stagecoach robbers to hunt down, a murdered fiancée to avenge. He certainly doesn't need an identical twin brother he never knew existed turning up out of the blue and telling him what to do. Even less does he want pretty Aislinn Lethaby trying to rescue him from danger. Because, to tell the truth, Ais
ebook, 432 pages
Published October 1st 1998 by Pocket Books (first published January 1st 1998)
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Kym McNabney
This was a wonderful book, both stories. This kind of writing and captivating story is why I love Linda Lael Miller's, books so much. In the first story, you will not just fall in love with Shay, but also his twin, Tristan. It's a good thing they were both in the same book, so I could go right from one brother's story, to the next. You won't regret reading either of them."
Jill Twigg
This book was twofer. Two Novels in one; each one representing a twin. Ms. Miller never disappoints. Her imagination just amazes me.
CJ - So, you wanna play with magic?
Nov 24, 2008 CJ - So, you wanna play with magic? rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: linda lael miller fans, wild west romance fans
Ok, so I finished with the Lawman. It was cute and I liked how the prologue tied together the history of both Shay and Tristan. I think I may have liked Tristan just a smidge better but there was something about Shay that you just wanted to hug. Like the Shay says - people either liked him or didn't. I liked him, I admit. Aislinn - the love interest is not bad, she's a bit too soft and innocent for me but by the end of the book she really comes into her own. It threw me for a loop for a whole of ...more
Mistydawn Thrash
I'm not usually a big "romance" novel type of reader. I find the sex scenes vague and unrealistic and the constant whining and anticipation of the characters annoying. But, that being said, this one wasn't bad. I liked the beginning journal passages and would have realy enjoyed expanding on that story. I liked the idea of twins seperated at birth. I enjoyed the time frame of the wild west and appreciated the fact it stayed true to the code of conduct back in those days. I snickered when I read a ...more
The prologue would have been an interesting story in itself as Mattie Killigrew wrote in her journal of her marriage and cross country move with her new husband into uncharted territory by wagon train.

The trip was gruesome for a very pregnant young woman. The day of her last entry in her journal was the day her husband was killed by indians and the very same night she went into labor giving birth to twin boys. Realizing that she would soon be joining her husband, she gave one son, Shamus, to a c
In case you haven’t noticed, I’m a huge Linda Lael Miller fan-girl and I love her work. Two Brothers is two novellas about, well, two brothers. Per usual, her characterizations are strong and their motivations are logical and clear. The reason I didn’t score this title higher was because both stories felt a little flat to me. Miller’s work normally has a sense of joy or humor and it was missing for me. Even with that said, Two Brothers is a solid read though I’d recommend either the Creed or Mc ...more
Awesome Miller read! I really love Historical Romance.
Enjoyed the contrast between the two brothers!
Emily Higgins
Twin brothers, Shay McQuillan & Tristan Saint Laurent were separated at birth because both of their parents died on the same day. Years later, Tristan, aided by their mother's remembrance book, locates Shay. Together, they fight the bad guys and discover the love of good women. Two delightful stories!
Set in old West late 1800's with the requisite town saloon, drunk and whores. 2 brothers separated at birth. Book is two novella's. The brothers are young men and each find love. I liked the visual descriptions of the town and country. I wanted to inhabit the world Ms. Miller created.
I liked this pairing of books. I also appretiated the fact that they are two distinct and full length books and not two stories cramed into one book. The charachters are wonderful and exciting though I felt that The Gunslinger was a little rushed and underdeveloped toward the ending.
Hot twin brothers in one story? What can you ask for? This book takes you back in the conservative way of living, western style. I gave it 4 stars because the story is a little predictable. Yet, still a good read! Actually owned this book since it was on sale.
this book w3as romantic in country style long time ago. it was a good book but ill recommend to my aunt.HAA HA. it's a more majure book. to tell you the truth it was sort of booooring.i jusrt read it beacuse it was alittle bit interesting
I loved how there were 2 books in one - she combined the brothers' stories seamlessly... loved this! I don't know why I'm getting into these romances set in the Old West, but I am ;)
Definitely fell short compared to other LLM books. Slightly entertaining but totally forgetable. I was disappointed. Cool story idea twisting two twins stories together though...
I pretty well liked this book. Twins do sometimes get seperated at birth and grow apart later to find each other again. Good read, glad I invested in it
My sister picked up this from a flee market for a quarter. I needed something mindless to read by the pool. It was worth a quarter.
Connie Deere
I loved the way the author spun these stories together about the twins. The characters were unforgettable.
i love linda's books. she is my fave author, and this is again a terrific book!!
Sep 11, 2008 Kristine rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: romantics
Shelves: romance, western
Linda Lael Miller is always a nice, sweet rear. A lovely western series.
It was very ad to get into this book! Not one of my favorites.
Bobi Tribble
Really liked it very good cute read love happy endings
Ack, it was something to do for a day...nothing special.
Two Brothers: The Lawman and The Gunslinger.
All of Mrs. Miller's books are a GREAT read!!
Loved the book, love the author
Totally enjoyed this book, too!
fun, western romances
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As the daughter of a town marshal, Linda has come home to the western lifestyle that gave birth to one of today’s most successful authors. She left Washington years ago and pursued her wanderlust, living in Arizona and London and traveling the world. Now the author of more than 100 novels, the “First Lady of the West” is glad to be back home, writing contemporary and historical stories that have e ...more
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