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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Love Linda's writing style. I find I enjoy each and every one of her historical westerns and this one I have read and re-read several times. Her characters draw you in and it feels like a visit with an old friend. One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful.
I really enjoyed this book. It had all the right ingredients: The character's were well defined. It was easy to feel as if they were real people. And, thankfully, the loving waited until after the wedding.
Two Brothers: The Lawman / The Gunslinger by Linda Lael Miller
It was a great romance; enough to give a 69 year old lady a warm heart thumping a thrill. There are two brother, twins, who didn't know of each other. The first book is about the Marshall and his troubles. The second book is about the other twin who moves into a ranch. They are identical twins and switched places at times. But the two wives er was. This was two books in one.
The first, The Lawman, was much better than the second, The Gunslinger. The storylines overlapped - it was two identical twins separated at birth discovering each other after 30 years. Both books were good, but I enjoyed the first more than the second. One person found this helpful. I thought Emily was being unreasonable by keeping her sheep. She was a little too naive.
Linda Lyle Miller got me started on her books years ago with the wanted man. Stone creek series and I have read most all of her books. I will continue to do so. Excellent book in my own opinion. Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. Thank for offering this book. It's 2 books in one. I personally this Linda Lael Miller is a great writer. I read a lot of her books and can honestly say every one has been great. Her books are the kind that want me wish that they aren't over. After I received it found out I had already read each book in single form but still went ahead and read again.
I have so many of her books and have neighbors who enjoy her so when my neighbors call and want a new book they read then when they are done we share with a local Good Samaritain store so others can share our love of Linda Lael Miller books. See all 89 reviews. See 1 question about Two Brothers…. Lists with This Book. Feb 16, Caro rated it really liked it Shelves: A really good book. I loved both stories and enjoyed getting to know the characters. Emotions, steaminess, action, some suspense, full and strong characters, written well, and great HEAs. These stories were colorful, full and fun to read.
Great for anytime reading. Aug 26, Ana rated it liked it. Two Brothers is two novellas about, well, two brothers. Per usual, her characterizations are strong and their motivations are logical and clear. May 23, Kym McNabney rated it it was amazing. This was a wonderful book, both stories. This kind of writing and captivating story is why I love Linda Lael Miller's, books so much. In the first story, you will not just fall in love with Shay, but also his twin, Tristan. It's a good thing they were both in the same book, so I could go right from one brother's story, to the next.
You won't regret reading either of them. This was two books in one. The first, The Lawman, was much better than the second, The Gunslinger. The storylines overlapped - it was two identical twins separated at birth discovering each other after 30 years. Both books were good, but I enjoyed the first more than the second. Sep 16, Jill Twigg rated it it was amazing. This book was twofer.
Two Novels in one; each one representing a twin. Her imagination just amazes me. I thought Emily was being unreasonable by keeping her sheep. She was a little too naive. Aug 21, Donna rated it it was ok Shelves: Mindless "fluff" is fun once in awhile. Somewhere between a novella and full story. I wish there had been more or even less. Aug 02, Linda rated it really liked it Shelves: This was a great story - well 2 stories actually. I really liked them both. Perfect old west romance stories. Romance plan Listen 30th November 9hrs 38min Narrator: Reading candy for sure during the Old West era.
Two twin brothers separated at birth parents die on the Oregon trail going west meet up as adults and the tale of how each of them meet their future wives. Ok, so I finished with the Lawman. It was cute and I liked how the prologue tied together the history of both Shay and Tristan. I think I may have liked Tristan just a smidge better but there was something about Shay that you just wanted to hug.
Like the Shay says - people either liked him or didn't. I liked him, I admit. Aislinn - the love interest is not bad, she's a bit too soft and innocent for me but by the end of the book she really comes into her own. It threw me for a loop for a whole of Ok, so I finished with the Lawman. It threw me for a loop for a whole of eighteen seconds, the difference in Aislinn and Shay's ages but then I realized the time period it's supposed to be in and Aislinn's character seems much older than she appears.
Anyway, good romance if a smidge rushed, but still a good one to curl up with. The Outlaw update coming soon. The Outlaw This one was a little more visceral and more of a cowboy tale than the first but if I thought the first story was rushed then hoo doggy! This one was even more so. I think this was more of a short story than an actual novel length piece - I'm not just talking about sheer length I'm talking about the rushed plots, the rushed romance and the lack of character divulging of Tristan in particular.
He still remains a mystery at the end of the day.
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I like Emily and I like Tristan - hell I even like them together and I can buy it, but for one thing, I thought the seduction would take a heck of a lot longer: I was hoping Emily would be a little more assertive and forceful like she was with her sheep and the confrontation at the shed. Anyway, it was still a good story to curl up to just wish it had been a little longer. Dec 01, Mistydawn Thrash rated it liked it. I'm not usually a big "romance" novel type of reader. I find the sex scenes vague and unrealistic and the constant whining and anticipation of the characters annoying.
But, that being said, this one wasn't bad. I liked the beginning journal passages and would have realy enjoyed expanding on that story. I liked the idea of twins seperated at birth. I enjoyed the time frame of the wild west and appreciated the fact it stayed true to the code of conduct back in those days. I snickered when I read a I'm not usually a big "romance" novel type of reader. I snickered when I read about pulling the skirts past the ankle, rolled my eyes when I read about trivial efforts of women in that time period, and yet appreciated the amount of time it takes to make a biscuit and the modesty that is not anywhere reflected in today's society.
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I had to keep from grinning when in both stories I read "the eternal shift" as if love is something that shifts inside of you instantly and is forevermore branded to you. I suppose that could happen, perhaps I have never found it, most likely it's unrealistic No twists and turns. Just a simple story of two brothers and their search for completely their lives. Definitely a good filler for time. Jan 27, Barbra rated it liked it. The prologue would have been an interesting story in itself as Mattie Killigrew wrote in her journal of her marriage and cross country move with her new husband into uncharted territory by wagon train.
The trip was gruesome for a very pregnant young woman. The day of her last entry in her journal was the day her husband was killed by indians and the very same night she went into labor giving birth to twin boys. Realizing that she would soon be joining her husband, she gave one son, Shamus, to a c The prologue would have been an interesting story in itself as Mattie Killigrew wrote in her journal of her marriage and cross country move with her new husband into uncharted territory by wagon train.
Realizing that she would soon be joining her husband, she gave one son, Shamus, to a couple within the wagontrain headed to California and his twin, Tristan, was given to a family bound for Oregon. The story of how the brothers reconnected was a sweet read of western romance and I liked it! Interesting dual novels This book is an interesting way to tell the stories of two men born within minutes of each other, yet raised in vastly different enviroments.
The characters were well developed and the stories well handled. I would have given 5 stars, but I had just a little difficulty accepting the female lead in the second story.