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Wyoming Tough by Diana Palmer

Wyoming Tough
By Diana Palmer
384 pages
ISBN 9780373776290
Expected Publication 10/25/2011
Courtesy of Publisher


A cowboy through and through, ranch owner Mallory Kirk knows what it means to put in a full day's work. But does his new cowgirl? He has his doubts that Morie Brannt will be able to pull her own weight, even if the petite young woman does seem to have a lot of spirit.


As they spar over events at the ranch and a past that threatens their hopes for the future, sparks fly, and Mallory can't help but notice Morie in a new light. But is this tough Wyoming man ready to love?

MY THOUGHTS:


Great read. This is the first book I have read by Diana Palmer and i enjoyed it so much I read it in one day. I loved Mallory and his brothers. I love the men with a lot of toughness to them. That usually means they are real softies on the inside. Mallory is a hardass that has been screwed over more than once by a woman and jumps to conclusions with Morie. While he's accusing her of things that she didn't do or wasn't planning on doing, because a gold digging admirer of Mallory's was planting little bugs in his ear, he was also fighting a crazy pull towards Morie. One minute he's kissing her, the next he's ignoring her and their growing attraction.

Morie hopes her secret, she is really a weathly daughter of the richest cattle rancher in Wyoming, stays a secret. She wants to learn ranching from the ground up but her father and brother wanted her nowhere near it. So she decided to find somewhere else she could learn. Turns out she loved it and made her stronger. Not just physically but emotionally.

I found it really sweet that Morie was actually a virgin. Her values and thinking are not typical of what you see in the world today. I loved how Mallory was patient and made her feel much better when the time came for her to lose it. One thing I thought was a little off was they didn't really talk but so much and at an important part of the book, they told each other they loved one another. I guess sometimes you just know a person's soul well enough that you know they are a good person and that you love them. I will look for more from the great author.

RATING:

I really enjoyed reading this. I think modern westerns are my new addiction. 

Some sweet lovin' going on.

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