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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fun to read ranch romance

    Perhaps it is because she is so happy being married to her beloved Dave. Matty Brennan Currick sets up attorney Taylor Larson and Cal Ruskoff into sharing two kisses. However since the New Year¿s Eve kisses, Cal has avoided Taylor as if she has the plague. <P>Matty cons Taylor into bringing a rescued canine to Cal, who is alone at the Flying W Ranch. However, Matty never expected the blizzard that socked her part of Wyoming would leave her alone with the hermit. Soon love blossoms between the duo but the misanthrope has a past that he allows to wreck their chance at happiness. <P> MATCH MADE IN WYOMING is a fun to read ranch romance that works in spite of the overused gimmick of stranded together due to inclement weather because of the cast. The return of Matty and Dave (see ALMOST A BRIDE) feels like a two-person welcoming committee. Taylor is a Buckeye turned Wyoming wildflower. Between her epiphany ¿It¿s as simple as you make it¿, her adulation of Atticus Finch, and her love for Cal, she is a wonderful character. While silent Cal does not deserve Taylor, readers will empathize with his plight. Though the story line is a bit thin, Patricia McLinn has written an enjoyable tale with endearing characters. <P>Harriet Klausner

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