The Rustler by Linda Lael Miller

Stone Creek, Book 3


Sensual Western Historical

ISBN: 978-0-373-77330-5

Reviewed by Nannette



Wyatt Yarbro has come to Stone Creek to get a fresh start. He’s done being an outlaw, but when a man robbed trains for a living, it’s hard for people to see anything but the outlaw he once was. Wyatt’s not in town long when he sees Sarah Tamlin. He decides that she’s the woman he wants to settle down with, but Sarah is too busy hiding secrets to make time for love. Between her father’s ailing health and her past coming back to haunt her, Sarah’s got her hands full. Wyatt and Sarah will have to learn to trust each other if they’re going to find the happiness they want. They also have to hope that Sarah’s enemy stays away.

I’ve always enjoyed the authenticity of Linda Lael Miller’s westerns. That authenticity is always accompanied by a good dose of angst and strong emotion. The Rustler has all that. My heart broke for Wyatt when Sarah made a choice that hurt him. Wyatt’s life was full of uncertainties and just when he thought he had broken free of his past it came back to bite him. Sarah’s responsibilities nearly overwhelmed her. She’s strong, capable, and passionate in her beliefs.   Owen is a very sweet boy. I love the innocent joy he brings to Sarah and Wyatt’s lives. The Rustler has romance, great sex, and some danger and excitement. It’s a good story.


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