Dylan by Linda Lael Miller

Montana Creeds, Book 2

HQN

Sensual Contemporary

ISBN 978-0-373-77358-9

Reviewed by Nannette

   

 

When Dylan Creed’s two-year-old daughter Bonnie is abandoned by her mother, Dylan heads home to Stillwater Springs Ranch to figure out what to do next. When Kristy Madison finds out Dylan is back in town, her heart does a little flip-flop, like it does every time she even thinks of Dylan. Years ago, Dylan and Kristy were a couple, but things happened and Dylan left, taking Kristy’s heart with him. 

Dylan knows his littler girl needs stability and he’s determined to give it to her. Kristy is just the kind of woman he could see filling the role of mother and wife. Old secrets die hard, and there are those who will kill to keep them hidden. Kristy is unknowingly mixed up in one. Before Dylan has a chance to realize how much Kristy means to him, someone may take her from him, permanently.

Dylan is convinced he’s like his father and even though he’s spent his share of time acting like a party boy, he’s not, and the moment he sees little Bonnie in his truck, he proves it. Dylan is responsible, honorable, and a good father. Kristy is a sweet hometown girl who wears her heart on her sleeve. Her feelings for Dylan, and subsequently Bonnie, are heartwarming. Dylan is the second in the Montana Creeds series. Its excitement, romance, and sensuality, along with many furry friends, are what Linda Lael Miller’s fans have come to expect from her stories.

     

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