Review: Big Sky Mountain by Linda Lael Miller

Big Sky MountainBig Sky Mountain by Linda Lael Miller

  • ISBN-13: 9780373776610
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 7/31/2012
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 384
  • Source: Netgalley


With his rugged good looks, vast wealth and family name, hell-raiser Hutch Carmody is still the golden boy of Parable, Montana. But he’s done some growing up—making peace with his illegitimate half brother and inheriting half of Whisper Creek Ranch, which should have been all his. These days, Hutch knows there are some things money can’t buy: like the heart of loving, ladylike divorcée Kendra Shepherd.

Kendra’s quiet mansion reminds her of what she wants most—a devoted husband and the pitter-patter of little feet. She can’t get Hutch Carmody out of her mind. But a rough-and-tumble cowboy like Hutch, coming home for family dinner? Seems crazy! Then again, crazier dreams have become reality under the vast Montana sky.

My thoughts:

This is going to be a pretty quick review on Big Sky Mountain because I just do not have a lot to say.  Linda Lael Miller always provides a strong story with great character and plot development and growth.  I really have nothing negative to say about this book.  I really like both the main characters in Big Sky Mountain, Hutch and Kendra.  The story starts as Hutch leaves his finance at the alter and become that talk of the town.  Kendra has just moved back to Parable after adopting her daughter (a product of her exhusband’s relationship with another woman).  Kendra and Hutch has history, but Kendra wants no drama for her daughter but is drawn to Hutch but worried that his recent history and their history together is a recipe for disaster.  the problem is her daughter is drawn to Hutch and Hutch has made the girl some promises to teach her how to ride.  The question is will this be enough to heal the past and start a new future together.  

My Rating

4 Penguins