Linda Lael Miller’s ‘Always a Cowboy’ Offers an In-Depth Study of Human Behavior [REVIEW]

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The elusive stallions of Mustang Creek give quintessential cowboy Drake Carson a run for his money in Linda Lael Miller’s Always a Cowboy. (Photo by Adam Bailey, Flickr)

Mares are disappearing from Mustang Creek, and the stubborn middle brother of the Carson clan is doing everything he can to figure out why. So when a pretty horse expert shows up, the last thing he needs is someone telling him what to do. Watch the sparks fly in Linda Lael Miller’s latest book, Always a Cowboy, the second Carsons of Mustang Creek novel.  Read more of this post

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Linda Lael Miller Welcomes Readers to Mustang Creek in ‘Once A Rancher’ [REVIEW]

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When a former employee starts stalking the woman he loves, Slater Carson will stop at nothing to protect her in Linda Lael Miller’s Once a Rancher. (Photo by Josh Friedman, Flickr)

When a troubled teen starts heading down a dangerous path, a handsome cowboy steps in to help straighten him out before it is too late. But being a good Samaritan quickly gets complicated when an unexpected threat rises from the shadows in Once A Rancher, the first novel in Linda Lael Miller’s new Carsons of Mustang Creek series. Read more of this post

Linda Lael Miller’s ‘Christmas In Mustang Creek’ Is More Than Just Holiday Fare [REVIEW]

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Will Charlotte Morgan and hunky veterinarian Jaxon Locke be able to make their romance last?
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With Christmas in Mustang Creek, award-winning novelist Linda Lael Miller has once again written a sweet, believable story about two people looking for love, only to find that bad timing and family responsibilities wreak havoc on their romance.   Read more of this post