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 steal his attention, things turn out a little different than he expected.
Creed’s Honor is the second book in Miller’s The Creed Cowboy’s trilogy (another branch of the McKettrick/Creed dynasty) and I’m happy to say, this book is right up there with what I’ve come to expect from Linda Lael Miller – which is enjoyable books. If you ask me, Miller write’s the perfect breezy read, assuming you’re down with some cowboy romancin’. The characters (as always) are realistic and awesome and human, they all have their flaws. Nobody’s perfect and Miller is not one of those writers who tries to make it seem like they are, or that life is perfect. Relationships begin, end, and grow and everyone faces a challenge of their own. The story itself grabs you and makes you want to keep reading, because even if you know its romance and it’s going to end with a romance, you want to know how they get there, what happens with Conner and his brother, or Natty, and so on. It’s simply just a good book and I’ll absolutely be checking out the others in this trilogy.
The Creed Cowboys Trilogy:
1. A Creed in Stone Creek
2. Creed’s Honor
3. The Creed Legacy