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Big Sky RiverThe First Lady Of The West, 1 New York Times Bestselling Author Linda Lael Miller, Cordially Invites You To Parable, Montana Where Love AwaitsSheriff Boone Taylor Has Two Kids He Adores, His Job, A Run Down But Decent Ranch, Two Faithful Dogs And A Good Horse He Doesn T Want Romance The Widowed Montanan Has Loved And Lost Enough For A Lifetime But When A City Woman Buys The Spread Next Door, Boone S Peace And Quiet Are In Serious Jeopardy.With A Marriage And A Career Painfully Behind Her, Tara Kendall Is Determined To Start Over In Parable Reinventing Herself And Living A Girlhood Dream Are Worth The Hard Work Sure, She Might Need Help From Her Handsome, Wary Neighbor But Life Along Big Sky River Is Full Of Surpriseslike Falling For A Cowboy Lawman Who Just Might Start To Believe In Second Chances.Bonus Novella A Christmas Affair By Jodi ThomasMaria Davis Longs For Adventure But Doubts She Ll Ever Find It In Her Small Texas Town That Is, Until She Meets Quiet Shop Owner Wes Whitman Wes Is Drawn To Fierce, Beautiful Maria, But How Could A Firecracker Like Her Care For A Shy Man Like Him Maybe All They Need Is A Grand Affair Just In Time For Christmas.

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Free ↠ Big Sky River By Linda Lael Miller – Pandorajewelry70off.us
  • ebook
  • 284 pages
  • Big Sky River
  • Linda Lael Miller
  • English
  • 26 November 2017
  • 9781460300329

10 thoughts on “Big Sky River

  1. says:

    ARC kindly provided by Harlequin HQN via Net Galley.This is my second Linda Lael Miller book Both times I ve picked up her book thinking that I was getting a cowboy romanceyou know, horses, cows, dirty sweaty men with hearts of gold that call the ladies ma am Well, sigh It was not to be, either time The only animals involved were dogs and chickens, and our hero Boone wears a cowboy hat but that s the only nod to the Midwestern lifestyle of the good ole USA I was really disappointed, especially because this author is supposed to be some sort of queen of cowboys Boone is a widower with two young sons that he sent to live with his sister after their mother died I was pretty horrified with this, as I think it was a pretty selfish act for a father to do, especially because the boys were so young Their mom dies, and instead of having their dad to be the rock solid person that he should be in their life, they are uprooted from the only home they ve ever known to go live with someone who can, I suppose, give them a better life Monetarily, anyways This story was just as much a novel of Boone s loss as a love story The man imposed a form of emotional exile upon himself and has never really dealt with the death of his wife He basically stuck his head in the sand and just moved forward, day by day Now he s finally coming back to reality because his sister can no longer keep his sons for him Not bec...

  2. says:

    Very sweet and enjoyable story Boone and Tara have a bad first meeting And every time they meet afterwards, they always pick on each other and call each other out on what they feel is the other s least likeable traits I especially thought I would be annoyed with Tara in the beginning because she seemed like a high maintenance woman However, we realize early on that this is not true Most of what she says comes from her undiscovered crush on Boone She is also a great mother to her twin stepdaughters who come to stay with her for a few weeks during the summer Boone also seems like someone you might not like at first as well since he has sent away his two sons to his sister s house ever since she passed away But he was heartbroken at the death of his wife and then later just didn t have the confidence that he could be a good father So he keeps putting it off But when his brother in law is injured, he brings the boys back I loved how the book took place at the countryside away from the rules and ways of the city Boone and Tara are neighbors, living about a half a mile away and can see each oth...

  3. says:

    This is a sweet, uncomplicated little romance about a widower named Boone who is done with grieving and a divorcee named Tara who is ready to give love another chance after a failed marriage Due to an accident that requires surgery on her husband s knee, Boone s sister asks him to take back his sons who she has been raising since the death of Corrie, Boone s wife He does so reluctantly, feeling out of his depth and inadequate His youngest son doesn t help matters by threatening to run away To make matters worse, Boone has a tense relationship with his neighbor Tara, a New Yorker who fled to the country to lick her wounds and build a new life after her marriage fell apart She doesn t like his trailer trash lifestyle and frequently makes snarky comments to that effect Boone is defiant, but knows he has let his double wide and lot run down since Corrie s death Still, he doesn t like her uppity attitude All that changes when Tara s ex asks her to keep her former stepdaughters for the summer while he woos a new love She has missed the twins and is delighted The stars align and Boone and Tara are thrown together through circumst...

  4. says:

    Decided to dip my toes back into the LLM world because she is coming out with a Civil War romanceor so I heard, so I am so up for that I have had a mad on for awhile because she left us hanging with the Mojo Sheepshanks s...

  5. says:

    Blah Blerg Meh A whole lot of skimming and very little interest in what was going on The urge to DNF this one a few times was very real The author s tendency to summarize and focus on mundane daily details just did nothing for the story or me If I wanted to know how someone goes about their day I wouldn t be reading this book Just saying This didn t really read like a cowboy romance story at all Because a The hero isn t really a cowboy, doesn t even own a cow or horse like the blurb says WTH and b This came off like a chic lit where the heroine is obsessively hung up on wanting to be a mom to her stepdaughters and hovering over them like a magpie and doing nothing except feeding chickens and running errands and hanging out with her girlfriends yawn Where was the romance Relationship development All everybody seemed to do was chores and get choked up with tears The only part that held a glimmer of interest and had some depth to it were the hero s two little boys who were struggling with abandonment issues and want...

  6. says:

    Boone isn t husband or father material His wife died shortly after their second son was born and ever since then his sister has raised the kids and Boone has been on his own Getting by.Tara adores children, but she has no right to see her daughters Legally she s just their stepmom And her ex is a jerk Kind of like her neighbor, who lives in his run down, eyesore of a trailer and never does a thing to fix it up.It s possible, though, that Tara may have Boone all wrong In fact, it s possible Boone may have himself wrong.One thing is certain When life conspires to send his two sons back into his life and Tara s stepdaughters back into hers, everyone s world view is likely to change.One of those reads that gets you back on track after a hiatus I thought the family and parenting relationships within this story were even stronger than the romance Boone s slow reemergence after a serious period of grief wa...

  7. says:

    What has happened to Linda Lael Miller She has always been one of my favorite authors, but this Parable series is nowhere near the high marks she has previously set Big Sky River was moderately better than the previous two books of the series, but just barely The pace was slow, the characters were underdeveloped, and it took nearly 260 pages before Boone and Tara even kissed Since this was billed as a romance novel that s way too long This book basic...

  8. says:

    I love reading Linda Lael Miller She writes wonderful stories that make me laugh and cry She s one of those authors that yes I get behind on her but I never stop buying her She s a comfort read for me That s how much I like her Big Sky River is book three in the Parable, Montana series You meet both Boone and Tara in prior books I love Boone, but Tara was a different story You know about Boone s heartbreak and learn how hard he s had to cope with losing his wife He s also in a way lost his two boys but doesn t even realize it yet You need to read the book to understand of what I m saying I liked how hard he worked to show his boys how much he cares He did the right thing for them before and now As much as I love Boone, Tara is a different story She s a very judgmental person that goes on what she thinks she knows, not the facts Her thoughts about Boone for almost half the books re...

  9. says:

    In Linda Lael Miller s third book of her Big Sky Series we see again just why it is that she is considered one of the absolute best at the western romances Sending us back to Parable Montana and the lives and loves of it s citizens.Sheriff Boone Miller, all around smexy man with a wounded soul Boone has spent the past few years grieving for his deceased wife Letting his sister care for his small sons and doing everything he can to just get by While he has friends who support him and a community that believes in him, he remains in an eternal funk Until the sexy chicken rancher yes it really is a chicken ranch next door starts to change his life.After a painful divorce that left her devastated Tara Kendall, leaves New York and purchases a ranch in Parable MT. A chic chicken rancher to be sure Bruised and Battered from the endless idiocies of her ex and grieving herself because she had no choice but to give up her step daughters that she had all but raised from toddlership. she has found her place, some wonderful friends and a great life. well except for that redneck Sheriff Boone who lives just across the river in the eyesore of a trailer..When Boone s brother in law suffers and accident and his sister can no longer care for the boys. and Tara s megomaniac ex husband decides to ship his daughters off to Tara for the summer...

  10. says:

    Linda Lael Miller is amazing at writing cowboy series to perfection She never fails at making my heart skip a beat with her perfect mix of chemistry and drama Not too mention drool worthy cowboys that make you want to visit a ranch somewhere in the south Reading as many authors as I do it feels like coming home when I pick up one of her books There isn t one I haven t read or own However, this story felt kind of rushed, not something I am used to when it comes to her books and the ending left little to be desired I miss Miller s usual style of story telling and hope to see it come back in her next books.That being said Big Sky River was alright for me Not one of my fave reads by her I usually have very high expectations when I pick up a Linda Lael Miller book I don t honestly remember a time I have been disappointed with any of her stories So I was a little sad to see that these books weren t written in the same style her other series are I felt like her normal dose of romance was missing It should not take 3 4 of a book for the hero heroine to become romantic we need kissing way before close to the ending with each other This is romance Kissing to me is intimate then sex and goes a long way in helping me believe in the chemistry between the characters The drama was there, but the lack of chemistry between Boone and Tara was very present I miss the character development that usually comes along with this author s work It is hard to connect to a chara...

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