Small-town lawyer Taylor Anne Larsen faces the challenge of doing the same for the pain-ravaged heart and disbelieving soul of cowboy Cal Ruskoff. Armed with the same grace and grit as the wildflower fireweed, Taylor also has allies - a matchmaking friend, a Wyoming blizzard, high-octane mutual attraction, being snowbound, and a rescue dog who slips past Cal's defenses. Cal might give in to passion temporarily, but from behind the wall he's built around his past and his secrets, he's certain Taylor is all that he can't let himself have. And he'll use all his weapons to keep her out. As a reader, I couldn't help fall under Cal's spell - a good, troubled, mixed-up man who forces Taylor to confront some of her own demons, even as he refuses to face his own There's a lot of subtle - and not so subtle - humor here, the love scenes are at once tender and sizzling, and the emotions and fears of both characters wrap themselves around the reader's heart and don't let go. Match Made in Wyoming delivers romance, humor, and emotional impact in the second book in the contemporary western romance collection Wyoming Wildflowers from award-winning and USA Today bestselling author Patricia McLinn.
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Every inch of the some miles of coastline where Oregon meets the Pacific Ocean is public land. While tiny beach cottages and multi-million dollar mansions alike may find their way close to the ocean, the sand that exists between their property and the water is fair game to beach-goers of all ilks, and a Neverland of a beach it is. Towering cliffs jut skyward, and massive waves crash into them full stop as the continent and the ocean forever argue over elbow room. The ocean is sure to win, as it always has. Grassland dunes hide elk and mule deer even as families toss frisbees and surfers don wetsuits in an attempt to take advantage of such a glorious natural resource, protected by the state for all of humanity to enjoy. While true beachfront camping is at times difficult to find, there are plenty of spots within a short walk of the Oregon Coast that boasts epic camping. Explore a shipwreck in the morning and the burgeoning scene of hipster Astoria, Oregon that same afternoon from the home base of Fort Stevens State Park at the northern end of the state, or watch elk disappear in and out of the coastal forest at Nehalem Bay.