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Montana Creeds: Tyler (McKettricks Series) Mass Market Paperback – April 1, 2009

3.9 out of 5 stars 129 customer reviews
Book 3 of 7 in the Montana Creeds Series

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Tyler Creed, youngest of the three hell-raising half brothers born and raised in Stillwater Springs by an abusive drunk, is drawn home by an inchoate longing and almost immediately finds himself sheltering young Davie McCullough, a goth-attired, tattooed, and pierced troubled teen with a home life uncomfortably similar to Tyler’s own past. Complicating matters, Tyler’s first love, Lily Ryder, has also returned, and they soon discover their attraction is as strong as ever. Readers may find passing inaccuracies jarring, but the conclusion to Miller’s contemporary Montana Creeds trilogy contains her signature elements: a western setting, brawling siblings who gradually draw closer as they marry and start their own families, and external threats to their property and happiness. Fans of Logan and Dylan (both 2009) will be eager for Tyler’s story. --Lynne Welch

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"Linda Lael Miller creates vibrant characters and stories I defy you to forget."-#1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber

"Miller has found a perfect niche with charming western romances and cowboys who will set readers hearts aflutter. Funny and heartwarming, The Marriage Pact will intrigue readers by the first few pages. Unforgettable characters with endless spunk and desire make this a must-read."-RT Book Reviews

"Miller has created unforgettable characters and woven a many-faceted yet coherent and lovingly told tale." –Booklist on McKettrick's Choice

"Fans of Linda Lael Miller will fall in love with The Marriage Pact and without a doubt be waiting for the next installments, which will feature Hadleigh's friends.... [Miller's] ranch-based westerns have always entertained and stayed with me long after reading them."-Idaho Statesman

"Miller's name is synonymous with the finest in western romance."

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"A passionate love too long denied drives the action in this multifaceted, emotionally rich reunion story that overflows with breathtaking sexual chemistry."

-Library Journal on McKettricks of Texas: Tate

"Miller's prose is smart, and her tough Eastwoodian cowboy cuts a sharp, unexpectedly funny figure in a classroom full of rambunctious frontier kids."

-Publishers Weekly on The Man from Stone Creek

"Miller's return to Parable is a charming story of love in its many forms. The hero's struggles are handled in an informed and heartwarming way, and it's easy to empathize with the heroine's desire to start an independent, new life in this sweetly entertaining and alluring tale."
-RT Book Reviews on Big Sky River

"Miller's down-home, easy-to-read style keeps the plot moving, and she includes...likable characters, picturesque descriptions and some very sweet pets."

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Product Details

  • Series: Montana Creeds
  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: HQN Books; Original edition (April 1, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373773641
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373773640
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1 x 6.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (129 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #675,754 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Have you ever read an author's every book and, for the most part, liked her work, then pick up one of hers and it is so bad or so 'off' that you think surely someone else wrote it? That is what my thoughts are on "Tyler". Linda Lael Miller is hit or miss for me, but more hits than misses. So, I autobuy her books.

I liked "Logan" ok, liked "Dylan" better, but I can't even finish "Tyler". I was completely turned off by Tyler's affair with a woman 15 years older than him when he was a teen and dating Lily. I was completely turned off by his lackadaisical attitude, in the present, about it and the fact he cheated on Lily every night that he dated her. Ok, so I thought, there still could a developing story with redemption in my mind. Apparently not to be. Surely Lily would hold him at arms length and not forgive him without, at least, a reasonable explanation for his cheating and having sex with the waitress who 'got around.' Nope. Surely, he would feel some remorse for his slutty ways as a teen. Nope.

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I was so turned off by Lily's complete acquiesce to Tyler in her present life, when she was supposedly so hurt by his cheating and dumping her. The book took the wrong turn immediately when she so quickly accepted a date with him, without barely a "how are you? How have you been?" Then, right away, she runs into him in a Walmart and "gets off" just from him looking at her. And he's so very pleased with himself, pleased that his affair with the older woman taught him how to "get her off" with just a look. It went down hill from there. The date - he picked her up and instead of a "Hi" or a "You look nice" he tells her they should just get right to the sex. This is the 1st time they have seen each other in years, mind you! AND SHE IS OK WITH THAT!
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Tyler Creed comes back to Stillwater Springs, Montana to decide about his life and meets up with an old love and a son he never knew he had.

That is the short synoposis.

Most folks reading this will probably have read Dylan and Logan. This book will be a real let down and series disappointment. This series is the only set of books I've read for the author, so I don't really know what her writing skills are beyond Montana Creed. This book though was an insult to the fans of the series and possibly her fans as a whole.

Tyler had such interesting hints for character development in the first two books of the series. Not sure what happened here, but the book doesn't make a lot of sense and seems more focused on Tyler's sexual skill than any type of plot line.

It starts out with Tyler returning to Montana with Kit Carson, an old dog he adopted. The author never adequately explains why he did suddenly did this after living a life in the rodeo. We see Tyler in the parking lot of a mall trading his new SUV/Truck for an old run down truck from some guy he never met. Again, there is not an adequate explanation for this. The author seems to imply that Tyler wants to go back as having no money so he can be accepted for himself. Well, duh, as the author states several times in the book--you can search the Internet on anyone for information--which then would lead the searcher(s) to know Tyler isn't rock bottom poor.

Of course the truck breaks down and who should just happen along? Lily Kenyon, Tyler's first love. When they were teenagers they were a hot and heavy item with no sex since Tyler was getting that from a waitress. This in turn drove them apart. Lily's father Hal (who had the heart attack in book two) divorced her mother and sent Lily away.
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I've read lots of reviews from other readers here in hopes of finding something I must be missing. I mean 13 people liked this book so maybe I overlooked a section or two. After reading the reviews with the 1 star, I have to admit this book was pretty bad.

BEWARE- SOME SPOILERS BELOW>

First, I want to say I wasn't disturbed by the sex scenes. I just didn't understand how Lily, who dumped Tyler 14 years ago for cheating, can "do it" on the first date. Heck, it wasn't even a date...just sex. The reader doesn't feel any connection between the two of them. LLM should've made Tyler grovel just a little bit. Lily doesn't seem to have apparent self-esteem issues so why did she want this rotten weasel dog back.

The most likeable character in this book was Tyler's dog. Also, did Davie have to turn out to be Tyler's son with Lily accepting that fact without any discord at all?

Just want to know what LLM was thinking when she wrote this horrible storyline.
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I was so excited for this to come out. I really thought it would be the best book of the series. It may have been a really good book if I had not of read Dylan. Tyler was the hottest and baddest brother. That hype was lived up to. This book has hotter bedroom scenes than most LLM books. They start out pretty early in the book.

The thing that really threw my for a loop is that this book and Dylan share an almost identical story line. A parent selling a child to the other parent. The book Mckettrick heart also has this story line.

I enjoyed this book but I was really looking for something different. If your a fan of LLM you probably like it.
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