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Linda Lael Miller

Forever a Hero by Linda Lael Miller is a 2017 HQN Books publication.

This is the third book in the Carsons of Mustang Creek series and because LLM is one of my favorite authors and I really liked the first two books in this series, I couldn’t wait to dive into this one, especially after seeing the amazing response it was having on Goodreads.

But, for me personally, this one was a rare miss.

This story is centered around the youngest Carson brother, Mace, who runs a winery, and Kelly Wright, a woman from the big city, hoping to do business with Mace.

Mace finds himself coming to Kelly’s rescue for a second time in her life after she has a near fatal car accident. Things quickly escalate from there as the pair discover a chemistry between them which cannot be denied. However, their business dealings are slightly more complicated, and to add even more tension into the mix, an old nemesis is out for revenge.

Naturally, I wanted to like this book, and of course I went into it with a very positive mindset. But, for some reason, the chemistry was flat, without much romantic build-up. The business conflicts were a little mundane, but I liked the way it all worked out in the end. The suspense element was okay, but because it became a primary storyline at one point, I thought it was too predictable.

Kelly’s reluctance to commit to a relationship again was understandable, her concerns about beginning a family was realistic, but a tad generic, since times are always challenging no matter when or where you decide to raise children. However, I admired her willingness to try new things and go off script with her life and her business.


Mace was a little muted, sort of old fashioned, which is nice sometimes, but he rubbed me the wrong way on occasion. He was very good to Kelly, though, and gave her a chance to get away from an awkward career situation, and eased her troubled mind about some big key issues that had caused her to worry overmuch.

I liked the city gal falling in love with the country boy theme, and despite the lukewarm romantic buildup and predictable conflicts, the couple did compliment one another nicely.


I wish I could say I enjoyed this one as much as the first two books in the series, but it was just okay. I see I am in the minority, though, so if you have enjoyed this series so far, by all means, continue on. Linda Lael Miller is always worth the time, even though I can’t say this one was her best effort.

2.5 rounded up.


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this is the third book in the carsons of mustang creek series and because llm is one of my favorite authors and i really liked the first two books in this series, i couldn’t wait to dive into this one, especially after seeing the amazing response it was having on goodreads.

but, for me personally, this one was a rare miss.

this story is centered around the youngest carson brother, mace, who runs a winery, and kelly wright, a woman from the big city, hoping to do business with mace.

mace finds himself coming to kelly’s rescue for a second time in her life after she has a near fatal car accident. things quickly escalate from there as the pair discover a chemistry between them which cannot be denied. however, their business dealings are slightly more complicated, and to add even more tension into the mix, an old nemesis is out for revenge.

naturally, i wanted to like this book, and of course i went into it with a very positive mindset. but, for some reason, the chemistry was flat, without much romantic build-up. the business conflicts were a little mundane, but i liked the way it all worked out in the end. the suspense element was okay, but because it became a primary storyline at one point, i thought it was too predictable.

kelly’s reluctance to commit to a relationship again was understandable, her concerns about beginning a family was realistic, but a tad generic, since times are always challenging no matter when or where you decide to raise children. however, i admired her willingness to try new things and go off script with her life and her business.


mace was a little muted, sort of old fashioned, which is nice sometimes, but he rubbed me the wrong way on occasion. he was very good to kelly, though, and gave her a chance to get away from an awkward career situation, and eased her troubled mind about some big key issues that had caused her to worry overmuch.

i liked the city gal falling in love with the country boy theme, and despite the lukewarm romantic buildup and predictable conflicts, the couple did compliment one another nicely.


i wish i could say i enjoyed this one as much as the first two books in the series, but it was just okay. i see i am in the minority, though, so if you have enjoyed this series so far, by all means, continue on. linda lael miller is always worth the time, even though i can’t say this one was her best effort.

2.5 rounded up.


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this is the third book in the carsons of mustang creek series and because llm is one of my favorite authors and i really liked the first two books in this series, i couldn’t wait to dive into this one, especially after seeing the amazing response it was having on goodreads.

but, for me personally, this one was a rare miss.

this story is centered around the youngest carson brother, mace, who runs a winery, and kelly wright, a woman from the big city, hoping to do business with mace.

mace finds himself coming to kelly’s rescue for a second time in her life after she has a near fatal car accident. things quickly escalate from there as the pair discover a chemistry between them which cannot be denied. however, their business dealings are slightly more complicated, and to add even more tension into the mix, an old nemesis is out for revenge.

naturally, i wanted to like this book, and of course i went into it with a very positive mindset. but, for some reason, the chemistry was flat, without much romantic build-up. the business conflicts were a little mundane, but i liked the way it all worked out in the end. the suspense element was okay, but because it became a primary storyline at one point, i thought it was too predictable.

kelly’s reluctance to commit to a relationship again was understandable, her concerns about beginning a family was realistic, but a tad generic, since times are always challenging no matter when or where you decide to raise children. however, i admired her willingness to try new things and go off script with her life and her business.


mace was a little muted, sort of old fashioned, which is nice sometimes, but he rubbed me the wrong way on occasion. he was very good to kelly, though, and gave her a chance to get away from an awkward career situation, and eased her troubled mind about some big key issues that had caused her to worry overmuch.

i liked the city gal falling in love with the country boy theme, and despite the lukewarm romantic buildup and predictable conflicts, the couple did compliment one another nicely.


i wish i could say i enjoyed this one as much as the first two books in the series, but it was just okay. i see i am in the minority, though, so if you have enjoyed this series so far, by all means, continue on. linda lael miller is always worth the time, even though i can’t say this one was her best effort.

2.5 rounded up.


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this is the third book in the carsons of mustang creek series and because llm is one of my favorite authors and i really liked the first two books in this series, i couldn’t wait to dive into this one, especially after seeing the amazing response it was having on goodreads.

but, for me personally, this one was a rare miss.

this story is centered around the youngest carson brother, mace, who runs a winery, and kelly wright, a woman from the big city, hoping to do business with mace.

mace finds himself coming to kelly’s rescue for a second time in her life after she has a near fatal car accident. things quickly escalate from there as the pair discover a chemistry between them which cannot be denied. however, their business dealings are slightly more complicated, and to add even more tension into the mix, an old nemesis is out for revenge.

naturally, i wanted to like this book, and of course i went into it with a very positive mindset. but, for some reason, the chemistry was flat, without much romantic build-up. the business conflicts were a little mundane, but i liked the way it all worked out in the end. the suspense element was okay, but because it became a primary storyline at one point, i thought it was too predictable.

kelly’s reluctance to commit to a relationship again was understandable, her concerns about beginning a family was realistic, but a tad generic, since times are always challenging no matter when or where you decide to raise children. however, i admired her willingness to try new things and go off script with her life and her business.


mace was a little muted, sort of old fashioned, which is nice sometimes, but he rubbed me the wrong way on occasion. he was very good to kelly, though, and gave her a chance to get away from an awkward career situation, and eased her troubled mind about some big key issues that had caused her to worry overmuch.

i liked the city gal falling in love with the country boy theme, and despite the lukewarm romantic buildup and predictable conflicts, the couple did compliment one another nicely.


i wish i could say i enjoyed this one as much as the first two books in the series, but it was just okay. i see i am in the minority, though, so if you have enjoyed this series so far, by all means, continue on. linda lael miller is always worth the time, even though i can’t say this one was her best effort.

2.5 rounded up.


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this is the third book in the carsons of mustang creek series and because llm is one of my favorite authors and i really liked the first two books in this series, i couldn’t wait to dive into this one, especially after seeing the amazing response it was having on goodreads.

but, for me personally, this one was a rare miss.

this story is centered around the youngest carson brother, mace, who runs a winery, and kelly wright, a woman from the big city, hoping to do business with mace.

mace finds himself coming to kelly’s rescue for a second time in her life after she has a near fatal car accident. things quickly escalate from there as the pair discover a chemistry between them which cannot be denied. however, their business dealings are slightly more complicated, and to add even more tension into the mix, an old nemesis is out for revenge.

naturally, i wanted to like this book, and of course i went into it with a very positive mindset. but, for some reason, the chemistry was flat, without much romantic build-up. the business conflicts were a little mundane, but i liked the way it all worked out in the end. the suspense element was okay, but because it became a primary storyline at one point, i thought it was too predictable.

kelly’s reluctance to commit to a relationship again was understandable, her concerns about beginning a family was realistic, but a tad generic, since times are always challenging no matter when or where you decide to raise children. however, i admired her willingness to try new things and go off script with her life and her business.


mace was a little muted, sort of old fashioned, which is nice sometimes, but he rubbed me the wrong way on occasion. he was very good to kelly, though, and gave her a chance to get away from an awkward career situation, and eased her troubled mind about some big key issues that had caused her to worry overmuch.

i liked the city gal falling in love with the country boy theme, and despite the lukewarm romantic buildup and predictable conflicts, the couple did compliment one another nicely.


i wish i could say i enjoyed this one as much as the first two books in the series, but it was just okay. i see i am in the minority, though, so if you have enjoyed this series so far, by all means, continue on. linda lael miller is always worth the time, even though i can’t say this one was her best effort.

2.5 rounded up.


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this is the third book in the carsons of mustang creek series and because llm is one of my favorite authors and i really liked the first two books in this series, i couldn’t wait to dive into this one, especially after seeing the amazing response it was having on goodreads.

but, for me personally, this one was a rare miss.

this story is centered around the youngest carson brother, mace, who runs a winery, and kelly wright, a woman from the big city, hoping to do business with mace.

mace finds himself coming to kelly’s rescue for a second time in her life after she has a near fatal car accident. things quickly escalate from there as the pair discover a chemistry between them which cannot be denied. however, their business dealings are slightly more complicated, and to add even more tension into the mix, an old nemesis is out for revenge.

naturally, i wanted to like this book, and of course i went into it with a very positive mindset. but, for some reason, the chemistry was flat, without much romantic build-up. the business conflicts were a little mundane, but i liked the way it all worked out in the end. the suspense element was okay, but because it became a primary storyline at one point, i thought it was too predictable.

kelly’s reluctance to commit to a relationship again was understandable, her concerns about beginning a family was realistic, but a tad generic, since times are always challenging no matter when or where you decide to raise children. however, i admired her willingness to try new things and go off script with her life and her business.


mace was a little muted, sort of old fashioned, which is nice sometimes, but he rubbed me the wrong way on occasion. he was very good to kelly, though, and gave her a chance to get away from an awkward career situation, and eased her troubled mind about some big key issues that had caused her to worry overmuch.

i liked the city gal falling in love with the country boy theme, and despite the lukewarm romantic buildup and predictable conflicts, the couple did compliment one another nicely.


i wish i could say i enjoyed this one as much as the first two books in the series, but it was just okay. i see i am in the minority, though, so if you have enjoyed this series so far, by all means, continue on. linda lael miller is always worth the time, even though i can’t say this one was her best effort.

2.5 rounded up.


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this is the third book in the carsons of mustang creek series and because llm is one of my favorite authors and i really liked the first two books in this series, i couldn’t wait to dive into this one, especially after seeing the amazing response it was having on goodreads.

but, for me personally, this one was a rare miss.

this story is centered around the youngest carson brother, mace, who runs a winery, and kelly wright, a woman from the big city, hoping to do business with mace.

mace finds himself coming to kelly’s rescue for a second time in her life after she has a near fatal car accident. things quickly escalate from there as the pair discover a chemistry between them which cannot be denied. however, their business dealings are slightly more complicated, and to add even more tension into the mix, an old nemesis is out for revenge.

naturally, i wanted to like this book, and of course i went into it with a very positive mindset. but, for some reason, the chemistry was flat, without much romantic build-up. the business conflicts were a little mundane, but i liked the way it all worked out in the end. the suspense element was okay, but because it became a primary storyline at one point, i thought it was too predictable.

kelly’s reluctance to commit to a relationship again was understandable, her concerns about beginning a family was realistic, but a tad generic, since times are always challenging no matter when or where you decide to raise children. however, i admired her willingness to try new things and go off script with her life and her business.


mace was a little muted, sort of old fashioned, which is nice sometimes, but he rubbed me the wrong way on occasion. he was very good to kelly, though, and gave her a chance to get away from an awkward career situation, and eased her troubled mind about some big key issues that had caused her to worry overmuch.

i liked the city gal falling in love with the country boy theme, and despite the lukewarm romantic buildup and predictable conflicts, the couple did compliment one another nicely.


i wish i could say i enjoyed this one as much as the first two books in the series, but it was just okay. i see i am in the minority, though, so if you have enjoyed this series so far, by all means, continue on. linda lael miller is always worth the time, even though i can’t say this one was her best effort.

2.5 rounded up.


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this is the third book in the carsons of mustang creek series and because llm is one of my favorite authors and i really liked the first two books in this series, i couldn’t wait to dive into this one, especially after seeing the amazing response it was having on goodreads.

but, for me personally, this one was a rare miss.

this story is centered around the youngest carson brother, mace, who runs a winery, and kelly wright, a woman from the big city, hoping to do business with mace.

mace finds himself coming to kelly’s rescue for a second time in her life after she has a near fatal car accident. things quickly escalate from there as the pair discover a chemistry between them which cannot be denied. however, their business dealings are slightly more complicated, and to add even more tension into the mix, an old nemesis is out for revenge.

naturally, i wanted to like this book, and of course i went into it with a very positive mindset. but, for some reason, the chemistry was flat, without much romantic build-up. the business conflicts were a little mundane, but i liked the way it all worked out in the end. the suspense element was okay, but because it became a primary storyline at one point, i thought it was too predictable.

kelly’s reluctance to commit to a relationship again was understandable, her concerns about beginning a family was realistic, but a tad generic, since times are always challenging no matter when or where you decide to raise children. however, i admired her willingness to try new things and go off script with her life and her business.


mace was a little muted, sort of old fashioned, which is nice sometimes, but he rubbed me the wrong way on occasion. he was very good to kelly, though, and gave her a chance to get away from an awkward career situation, and eased her troubled mind about some big key issues that had caused her to worry overmuch.

i liked the city gal falling in love with the country boy theme, and despite the lukewarm romantic buildup and predictable conflicts, the couple did compliment one another nicely.


i wish i could say i enjoyed this one as much as the first two books in the series, but it was just okay. i see i am in the minority, though, so if you have enjoyed this series so far, by all means, continue on. linda lael miller is always worth the time, even though i can’t say this one was her best effort.

2.5 rounded up.


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this is the third book in the carsons of mustang creek series and because llm is one of my favorite authors and i really liked the first two books in this series, i couldn’t wait to dive into this one, especially after seeing the amazing response it was having on goodreads.

but, for me personally, this one was a rare miss.

this story is centered around the youngest carson brother, mace, who runs a winery, and kelly wright, a woman from the big city, hoping to do business with mace.

mace finds himself coming to kelly’s rescue for a second time in her life after she has a near fatal car accident. things quickly escalate from there as the pair discover a chemistry between them which cannot be denied. however, their business dealings are slightly more complicated, and to add even more tension into the mix, an old nemesis is out for revenge.

naturally, i wanted to like this book, and of course i went into it with a very positive mindset. but, for some reason, the chemistry was flat, without much romantic build-up. the business conflicts were a little mundane, but i liked the way it all worked out in the end. the suspense element was okay, but because it became a primary storyline at one point, i thought it was too predictable.

kelly’s reluctance to commit to a relationship again was understandable, her concerns about beginning a family was realistic, but a tad generic, since times are always challenging no matter when or where you decide to raise children. however, i admired her willingness to try new things and go off script with her life and her business.


mace was a little muted, sort of old fashioned, which is nice sometimes, but he rubbed me the wrong way on occasion. he was very good to kelly, though, and gave her a chance to get away from an awkward career situation, and eased her troubled mind about some big key issues that had caused her to worry overmuch.

i liked the city gal falling in love with the country boy theme, and despite the lukewarm romantic buildup and predictable conflicts, the couple did compliment one another nicely.


i wish i could say i enjoyed this one as much as the first two books in the series, but it was just okay. i see i am in the minority, though, so if you have enjoyed this series so far, by all means, continue on. linda lael miller is always worth the time, even though i can’t say this one was her best effort.

2.5 rounded up.


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this is the third book in the carsons of mustang creek series and because llm is one of my favorite authors and i really liked the first two books in this series, i couldn’t wait to dive into this one, especially after seeing the amazing response it was having on goodreads.

but, for me personally, this one was a rare miss.

this story is centered around the youngest carson brother, mace, who runs a winery, and kelly wright, a woman from the big city, hoping to do business with mace.

mace finds himself coming to kelly’s rescue for a second time in her life after she has a near fatal car accident. things quickly escalate from there as the pair discover a chemistry between them which cannot be denied. however, their business dealings are slightly more complicated, and to add even more tension into the mix, an old nemesis is out for revenge.

naturally, i wanted to like this book, and of course i went into it with a very positive mindset. but, for some reason, the chemistry was flat, without much romantic build-up. the business conflicts were a little mundane, but i liked the way it all worked out in the end. the suspense element was okay, but because it became a primary storyline at one point, i thought it was too predictable.

kelly’s reluctance to commit to a relationship again was understandable, her concerns about beginning a family was realistic, but a tad generic, since times are always challenging no matter when or where you decide to raise children. however, i admired her willingness to try new things and go off script with her life and her business.


mace was a little muted, sort of old fashioned, which is nice sometimes, but he rubbed me the wrong way on occasion. he was very good to kelly, though, and gave her a chance to get away from an awkward career situation, and eased her troubled mind about some big key issues that had caused her to worry overmuch.

i liked the city gal falling in love with the country boy theme, and despite the lukewarm romantic buildup and predictable conflicts, the couple did compliment one another nicely.


i wish i could say i enjoyed this one as much as the first two books in the series, but it was just okay. i see i am in the minority, though, so if you have enjoyed this series so far, by all means, continue on. linda lael miller is always worth the time, even though i can’t say this one was her best effort.

2.5 rounded up.


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this is the third book in the carsons of mustang creek series and because llm is one of my favorite authors and i really liked the first two books in this series, i couldn’t wait to dive into this one, especially after seeing the amazing response it was having on goodreads.

but, for me personally, this one was a rare miss.

this story is centered around the youngest carson brother, mace, who runs a winery, and kelly wright, a woman from the big city, hoping to do business with mace.

mace finds himself coming to kelly’s rescue for a second time in her life after she has a near fatal car accident. things quickly escalate from there as the pair discover a chemistry between them which cannot be denied. however, their business dealings are slightly more complicated, and to add even more tension into the mix, an old nemesis is out for revenge.

naturally, i wanted to like this book, and of course i went into it with a very positive mindset. but, for some reason, the chemistry was flat, without much romantic build-up. the business conflicts were a little mundane, but i liked the way it all worked out in the end. the suspense element was okay, but because it became a primary storyline at one point, i thought it was too predictable.

kelly’s reluctance to commit to a relationship again was understandable, her concerns about beginning a family was realistic, but a tad generic, since times are always challenging no matter when or where you decide to raise children. however, i admired her willingness to try new things and go off script with her life and her business.


mace was a little muted, sort of old fashioned, which is nice sometimes, but he rubbed me the wrong way on occasion. he was very good to kelly, though, and gave her a chance to get away from an awkward career situation, and eased her troubled mind about some big key issues that had caused her to worry overmuch.

i liked the city gal falling in love with the country boy theme, and despite the lukewarm romantic buildup and predictable conflicts, the couple did compliment one another nicely.


i wish i could say i enjoyed this one as much as the first two books in the series, but it was just okay. i see i am in the minority, though, so if you have enjoyed this series so far, by all means, continue on. linda lael miller is always worth the time, even though i can’t say this one was her best effort.

2.5 rounded up.


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this is the third book in the carsons of mustang creek series and because llm is one of my favorite authors and i really liked the first two books in this series, i couldn’t wait to dive into this one, especially after seeing the amazing response it was having on goodreads.

but, for me personally, this one was a rare miss.

this story is centered around the youngest carson brother, mace, who runs a winery, and kelly wright, a woman from the big city, hoping to do business with mace.

mace finds himself coming to kelly’s rescue for a second time in her life after she has a near fatal car accident. things quickly escalate from there as the pair discover a chemistry between them which cannot be denied. however, their business dealings are slightly more complicated, and to add even more tension into the mix, an old nemesis is out for revenge.

naturally, i wanted to like this book, and of course i went into it with a very positive mindset. but, for some reason, the chemistry was flat, without much romantic build-up. the business conflicts were a little mundane, but i liked the way it all worked out in the end. the suspense element was okay, but because it became a primary storyline at one point, i thought it was too predictable.

kelly’s reluctance to commit to a relationship again was understandable, her concerns about beginning a family was realistic, but a tad generic, since times are always challenging no matter when or where you decide to raise children. however, i admired her willingness to try new things and go off script with her life and her business.


mace was a little muted, sort of old fashioned, which is nice sometimes, but he rubbed me the wrong way on occasion. he was very good to kelly, though, and gave her a chance to get away from an awkward career situation, and eased her troubled mind about some big key issues that had caused her to worry overmuch.

i liked the city gal falling in love with the country boy theme, and despite the lukewarm romantic buildup and predictable conflicts, the couple did compliment one another nicely.


i wish i could say i enjoyed this one as much as the first two books in the series, but it was just okay. i see i am in the minority, though, so if you have enjoyed this series so far, by all means, continue on. linda lael miller is always worth the time, even though i can’t say this one was her best effort.

2.5 rounded up.


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