Monday, December 14, 2020

eARC Book review: This Cowboy of Mine (Wranglers of Wyoming #2) by R.C. Ryan


Available Dec 15th 2020

eARC Provided by publisher

A cowboy with a wild side

Kirby Regan isn't opposed living on the edge. After all, she just quit her career in Washington, D.C, so she could move back to Wyoming and buy her family's ranch. But hiking the Tetons after dark during a snowstorm goes beyond being adventurous, especially when Kirby's boss warns her that an escaped convict is at large. Sheltering in a cave seems the safest option to ride out the blizzard-until Kirby realizes it's already occupied . . . by a ruggedly handsome cowboy.

Like the mustangs he treats, veterinarian and rancher Casey Merrick prefers to live wild and free, which is why a relationship is not in the cards for him. He doesn't mind sharing his space with a gorgeous stranger, as long as they can both keep their distance-a task that begins to seem impossible as the attraction between them heats up. But before they can worry about the spark smoldering between them, Casey must find a way to protect Kirby from nature's most ruthless conditions . . . and a convicted killer on the loose.

Kirby is going back to her roots in Wyoming with wanting to buy her uncle ranch. All her family is gone and her uncle took her in as a child and raised and protected her.  Hiking in the mountain for her job in a snowstorm puts her in contact with Casey Merrick who is sheltering in the same cave that Kirby finds. This was a comfort story even with the suspense elements. If you love a big ranching family stories you will enjoy this series. 

Find out more about R.C. Ryan and this series here

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