Linda Lael Miller’s ‘Christmas In Mustang Creek’ Is More Than Just Holiday Fare [REVIEW]
February 12, 2016 Leave a comment
Left behind in New York, Charlotte is lonely and dissatisfied with her job. She wants both a family and to pursue a relationship with Jaxon, but she doesn’t know if she can live in her hometown of Mustang Creek again.
After all, Charlotte left many years before craving a new, exciting life. However, life takes her down another path when she learns that her great-aunt Geneva needs assistance.
Soon Charlotte returns to Mustang Creek to help her aunt and reconnects with Jaxon in the process. With Christmas in Mustang Creek, Miller proves that love always finds a way.
Miller’s legion of fans will love this charming, compulsively readable novel and will undoubtedly consume it in lightning speed. Whether read during the Christmas season or not, this heartwarming story proves it is more than just holiday fare.
The daughter of a town marshal, Linda Lael Miller is a number one New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than 100 historical and contemporary novels, most of which reflect her love of the west. Raised in Northport, Washington, Miller lived in both London and Arizona and traveled the world before she returned to the state of her birth to settle down on a horse property outside Spokane.
She sold her first book, Fletcher’s Woman, in 1983 to Pocket Books. Since then, she’s written historical, contemporary, paranormal, mystery, and thriller fiction, but ultimately returned to writing novels with a Western flavor and was awarded the Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award from the Romance Writers of America in 2007 for her devotion to the craft. Now the Hallmark Movie Channel is developing a series based on her Big Sky Country novels.