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A Creed In Stone Creek by Linda Lael Miller
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Jan 22, 2011

really liked it

This engaging novel bears the unmistakable stamp of Linda Lael Miller's wonderful writing style and story telling ability. Bringing together the Creeds of Montana and the McKettricks of Arizona is another literary device series writers often use. Here Steven Creed takes up residence in Stone Creek, setting up his law practice with the intention of providing legal representation for individuals and families who would not ordinarily be able to afford a good and competent lawyer. But in the process, he clashes with the local prosecuting attorney, a woman who attracts his attention in a big way and one who is just as determined to practice law right down to the letter. Add in the fact that this single man has chosen to raise the orphaned son of his best friends, and you have a novel that is rich in human interest, romance, and the sparks two forthright attorneys produce, not only in the professional sense, but in their personal relationship as well.

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