Wyoming Tough

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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 begin to fly, and Mallory can't help but notice Morie in a new light. But is ...

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Overview

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 begin to fly, and Mallory can't help but notice Morie in a new light. But is this tough Wyoming man ready to love?

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From the Publisher
"Palmer demonstrates, yet again, why she's the queen of desperado quests for justice and true love." —Publishers Weekly on Dangerous

"The popular Palmer has penned another winning novel, a perfect blend of romance and suspense."

—Booklist on Lawman

"Palmer knows how to make the sparks fly...heartwarming."

—Publishers Weekly on Renegade

"Sensual and suspenseful."

—Booklist on Lawless

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780373776290
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 10/25/2011
  • Series: Wyoming Men Series
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 320
  • Sales rank: 89,485
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.60 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Diana Palmer is renowned as one of North America's top ten romance writers. When she published her first novel in 1979, fans immediately fell in love with her sensual, charming romances. A die-hard romantic who married her husband five days after they met, Diana says that she wrote her first book at age thirteen—and has been hooked ever since. Diana's hobbies include gardening, knitting, quilting, anthropology, astronomy and music.

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Edith Danielle Morena Brannt was not impressed with her new boss. The head honcho of the Rancho Real, or Royal Ranch in Spanish, near Catelow, Wyoming, was big and domineering and had a formidable bad attitude that he shared with all his hired hands.

Morie, as she was known to her friends, had a hard time holding back her fiery temper when Mallory Dawson Kirk raised his voice. He was impatient and hot-tempered and opinionated. Just like Morie's father, who'd opposed her decision to become a working cowgirl. Her dad opposed everything. She'd just told him she was going to find a job, packed her bags and left. She was twenty-three. He couldn't really stop her legally. Her mother, Shelby, had tried gentle reason. Her brother, Cort, had tried, too, with even less luck. She loved her family, but she was tired of being chased for who she was related to instead of who she was inside. Being a stranger on somebody else's property was an enchanting proposition.

Even with Mallory's temper, she was happy being accepted for a poor, struggling female on her own in the harsh world. Besides that, she wanted to learn ranch work and her father refused to let her so much as lift a rope on his ranch. He didn't want her near his cattle.

"And another thing," Mallory said harshly, turning to Morie with a cold glare, "there's a place to hang keys when you're through with them. You never take a key out of the stable and leave it in your pocket. Is that clear?''

Morie, who'd actually transported the key to the main tack room off the property in her pocket at a time it was desperately needed, flushed. "Sorry, sir," she said stiffly. "Won't happen again."

"It won't if you expect to keep working here," he assured her.

"My fault," the foreman, old Darby Hanes, chimed in, smiling. "i forgot to tell her."

Mallory considered that and nodded finally. "That's what I always liked most about you, Darb, you're honest." He turned to Morie. "An example I'll expect you to follow, as our newest hire, by the way."

Her face reddened. "Sir, I've never taken anything that didn't belong to me."

He looked at her cheap clothes, the ragged hem of her jeans, her worn boots. But he didn't judge. He just nodded.

He had thick black hair, parted on one side and a little shaggy around the ears. He had big ears and a big nose, deep-set brown eyes under a jutting brow, thick eyebrows and a mouth so sensuous that Morie hadn't been able to take her eyes off it at first. That mouth made up for his lack of conventional good looks. He had big, well-manicured hands and a voice like deep velvet, as well as big feet, in old, rugged, dirt-caked boots. He was the boss, and nobody ever forgot it, but he got down in the mud and blood with his men and worked as if he was just an employee himself.

In fact, all three Kirk brothers were like that. Mallory was the oldest, at thirty-six. The second brother, Cane—a coincidence if there ever was one, considering Morie's mother's maiden name, even if hers was spelled with a K—was thirty-four, a veteran of the Second Gulf War, and he was missing an arm from being in the front lines in combat. He was confronting a drinking problem and undergoing therapy, which his brothers were trying to address.

The youngest brother, at thirty-one, was Dalton. He was a former border agent with the department of immigration, and his nickname was, for some odd reason, Tank. He'd been confronted by a gang of narco-smugglers on the Arizona border, all alone. He was shot to pieces and hospitalized for weeks, during which most of the physicians had given him up for dead because of the extent of his injuries. He confounded them all by living. Nevertheless, he quit the job and came home to the family ranch in Wyoming. He never spoke of the experience. But once Morie had seen him react to the backfire of an old ranch truck by diving to the ground. She'd laughed, but old Darby Hanes had silenced her and told her about Dalton's past as a border agent. She'd never laughed at his odd behaviors again. She supposed that both he and Cane had mental and emotional scars, as well as physical ones, from their past experiences. She'd never been shot at, or had anything happen to her. She'd been as sheltered as a hothouse orchid, both by her parents and her brother. This was her first taste of real life. She wasn't certain yet if she was going to like it.

She'd lived on her father's enormous ranch all her life. She could ride anything—her father had taught her himself. But she wasn't accustomed to the backbreaking work that daily ranch chores required, because she hadn't been permitted to do them at home, and she'd been slow her first couple of days.

Darby Hanes had taken her in hand and shown her how to manage the big bales of hay that the brothers still packed into the barn—refusing the more modern rolled bales as being inefficient and wasteful—so that she didn't hurt herself when she lifted them. He'd taught her how to shoe horses, even though the ranch had a farrier, and how to doctor sick calves. In less than two weeks, she'd learned things that nothing in her college education had addressed.

"You've never done this work before," Darby accused, but he was smiling.

She grimaced. "No. But I needed a job, badly," she said, and it was almost the truth. "You've been great, Mr. Hanes. I owe you a lot for not giving me away. For teaching me what I needed to know here." And what a good thing it was, she thought privately, that her father didn't know. He'd have skinned Hanes alive for letting his sheltered little girl shoe a horse.

He waved a hand dismissively. "Not a problem. You make sure you wear those gloves," he added, nodding toward her back pocket. "You have beautiful hands. Like my wife used to," he added with a faraway look in his eyes and a faint smile. "She played the piano in a restaurant when I met her. We went on two dates and got married. Never had kids. She passed two years ago, from cancer." He stopped for a minute and took a long breath. "Still miss her," he added stiffly.

"I'm sorry," she said.

"I'll see her again," he replied. "Won't be too many years, either. It's part of the cycle, you see. Life and death. We all go through it. Nobody escapes."

That was true. How odd to be in a philosophical discussion on a ranch.

He lifted an eyebrow. "You think ranch hands are high-school dropouts, do you?" he mused. "I have a degree from MIT. I was their most promising student in theoretical physics, but my wife had a lung condition and they wanted her to come west to a drier climate. Her dad had a ranch…" He stopped, chuckling. "Sorry. I tend to run on. Anyway, I worked on the ranch and preferred it to a lab. After she died, I came here to work. So here I am. But I'm not the only degreed geek around here. We have three part-timers who are going to college on scholarships the Kirk brothers set up for them."

"What a nice bunch of guys!" she exclaimed.

"They really are. All of them seem tough as nails, and they mostly are, but they'll help anyone in need." He shifted. "Paid my wife's hospital bill after the insurance lapsed. A small fortune, and they didn't even blink."

Her throat got tight. What a generous thing to do. Her family had done the same for people, but she didn't dare mention that. "That was good of them," she said with genuine feeling.

"Yes. I'll work here until I die, if they'll keep me. They're great people."

They heard a noise and turned around. The boss was standing behind them.

"Thanks for the testimonial, but I believe there are cattle waiting to be dipped in the south pasture…." Mallory commented with pursed lips and twinkling dark eyes.

Darby chuckled. "Yes, there are. Sorry, boss, I was just lauding you to the young lady. She was surprised to find out that I studied philosophy."

"Not to mention theoretical physics," the boss added drily.

"Yes, well, I won't mention your degree in biochemistry if you like," Darby said outrageously.

Mallory quirked an eyebrow. "Thanks."

Darby winked at Morie and left them alone.

Mallory towered over the slight brunette. "Your name is unusual. Morie…?"

She laughed. "My full name is Edith Danielle Morena Brannt," she replied. "My mother knew I'd be a brunette, because both my parents are, so they added morena, which means brunette in Spanish. I had, uh, Spanish great-grandparents," she stuttered, having almost given away the fact that they were titled Spanish royalty. That would never do. She wanted to be perceived as a poor, but honest, cowgirl. Her last name wasn't uncommon in South Texas, and Mallory wasn't likely to connect it with King Brannt, who was a true cattle baron.

He cocked his head. "Morie," he said. "Nice."

"I'm really sorry, about the key," she said.

He shrugged. "I did the same thing last month, but I'm the boss," he added firmly. "I don't make mistakes. You remember that."

She gave him an open smile. "Yes, sir."

He studied her curiously. She was small and nicely rounded, with black hair that was obviously long and pulled into a bun atop her head. She wasn't beautiful, but she was pleasant to look at, with those big brown eyes and that pretty mouth and perfect skin. She didn't seem the sort to do physical labor on a ranch.

"Sir?" she asked, uncomfortable from the scrutiny.

"Sorry. I was just thinking that you don't look like the usual sort we hire for ranch hands."

"I do have a college degree," she defended herself.

"You do? What was your major?"

"History," she said, and looked defensive. "Yes, it's dates. Yes, it's about the past. Yes, some of it can be boring. But I love it."

He looked at her thoughtfully. "You should talk to Cane. His degree is in anthropology. Pity it wasn't paleontology, because we're close to Fossil Lake. That's part of the Green River Formation, and there are all sorts of fossils there. Cane loved to dig." His face hardened. "He won't talk about going back to it."

"Because of his arm?" she asked bluntly. "That wouldn't stop him. He could do administrative work on a dig." She flushed. "I minored in anthropology," she confessed.

He burst out laughing. "No wonder you like ranch work. Did you go on digs?" He knew, as some people didn't, that archaeology was one of four subfields of anthropology.

"I did. Drove my mother mad. My clothes were always full of mud and I looked like a street child most of the time." She didn't dare tell him that she'd come to dinner in her dig clothing when a famous visiting politician from Europe was at the table, along with some members of a royal family. Her father had been eloquent. "There were some incidents when I came home muddy," she added with a chuckle.

"I can imagine." He sighed. "Cane hasn't adjusted to the physical changes. He's stopped going to therapy and he won't join in any family outings. He stays in his room playing online video games." He stopped. "Good Lord, I can't believe I'm telling you these things."

"I'm as quiet as a clam," she pointed out. "I never tell anything I know."

"You're a good listener. Most people aren't."

She smiled. "You are."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2011

    Disappointing.....

    I am a longtime Diana Palmer fan. However, the book is simiply not very good. It's almost as if someone else has written the last several books for her. Harlequin books are about romance, Diana Palmer is about innocent heroines. This book has no real romance and devotes the first 100 pages or so to so many details of the police force and suspects, that I forgot I was supposed to be reading a romance. I used to buy Diana Palmer books in hardback (as soon as they came out) because they could make me cry, make me laugh and draw me in to the romance. Her last several books have no romance, no emotion and deal too much with video games and peripheral relationships.

    8 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 9, 2011

    Short and predictable

    Was honestly disappointed with the content and the cost, expected more from this author

    7 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 22, 2011

    Fantastic Read

    Morie Brannt is trying to create a life for herself. She's the daughter of wealthy and well known cattle baron King Brannt and his top model wife, Shelby. So why is she working as a hired ranch hand on Rancho Real in Wyoming? Because she is doing what she loves, learning to work a ranch, since her father would not teach her and her brother thinks she is just plain nuts. But Morie loves what she does. Too bad she doesn't like her boss, Mallory Kirk. Mallory's opinion of women leaves a lot to be desired and he isn't going to give Morie any leeway. If she wants this job she is going to need to work for it just like the men on his ranch.

    Taken under the wing of an older and wiser hand and with Mallory's brothers for moral support, Morie tries to make a new life, appreciated for what she can do not just for what she is worth.

    Throw in Mallory's jealous and suspicious girlfriend, an escaped convict hiding on the ranch, fancy dinner parties, the theft of a family heirloom and a surprising family member showing up at the ranch to put Morie in over her head and you have plenty of conflict.

    Morie is a wonderful character, someone trying to be who she isn't but her true nature and passion come to the front at every turn. She is a constant source of surprise for Mallory and brings out the very best in him while also bringing out the very worst.

    He is a typical Diana Palmer heartthrob hero...tall, sexy, stubborn, unwilling to believe he could be wrong and fighting falling for the wrong woman who is really the only right woman.

    Diana Palmer has been a staple among romance fans for years now. She has always maintained a steady stream of devoted readers while consistently attracting new generations. With the introduciton of the Kirk brothers, she lays the ground work for more stories involving Cane, the war vet, and Dalton the former border agent.

    I have been reading Diana Palmer books since the the 1970's. I admit I am a true fan of her Long Tall Texan series and appreciate the formula for her books.She is truly the Queen of the sensual, heartwarming, heart breaking romance where the hero eventaully comes to his senses before losing the great love of his life. This particular book is true Diana Palmer and is a must read for her die hard fans but is also a great place to start to eventually become one of her die hard fans.

    At her worst she is fantastic and at her best she is amazing. With Wyoming Tough she is at her best!!!

    Originally posted at The Long and Short of It Romance Reviews

    6 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 28, 2011

    I Also Recommend:

    great

    I enjoyed this book much more than my first Diana Palmer's book. Can only recommend

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 8, 2011

    good romance

    I enjoy Diana Palmer's books. I have read a lot of her stories and some of the names spoken seem real familar.
    Morie has run away from home because she wants to learn ranching and her father and brother won't teach her. She is pretending that she is down and out to get hired on a ranch in Wyoming. Morie is tired of guys wanting to marry her because of who her father is a very rich texas rancher. Morie wants to marry someone who loves her not her money.

    Mallory is one of three brothers who own the family ranch and they are makeing it pay off. All 3 have served in milatary at one time. Tank got his nickname because he took down a tank with a granade. Cord is the 3 brother.
    Mallory has final say on ranch matters. He has a girl friend that he hangs around who has set up and got one cowboy fired for theft. She wants Morie fired is telling lies about her.
    Morie is learning ranching from the forman is taking the time to teach her. She loves the work. Likes Mallory as a boss tease him and was amazed when she threw some cattle dip on his white shirt she was not fired.
    Morie causes a fight with all 3 brothers when one was tring to learn part on piano and wants to borrow her ipod to hear it again. Morie says she can show him on the piano and plays it for him. Tank and Cord want her to quit ranching and take to playing piano when they realize she so good. They yell at Mallory she should not being doing that hard work.
    Mallory thinks she is trying to play him when she mentions durning some kissing about children. Mallory is tired of women to take him for money.
    its a good romance Morie makes a lot of new friends in Wyoming. When she helps the cook make food for rich guests at a party, Her uncle a judge in Texas walks in kitchen and finds his niece thier keeps her secret from her father where she is at. But because she is talking to the judge outside and later calls him late at night. Mallory thinks she is making a play at her uncle but she can't tell him who he is.
    I enjoyed reading this book and will definately read more from her in the future.
    I was given this ebook in exchange for honest review.
    10/25/2011 PUB HARELQUIN

    3 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 23, 2011

    I Also Recommend:

    finest

    Love all Diana Palmer's books. would recommend them to everyone

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 20, 2011

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    Great Start to a new Series

    Wyoming Tough is the first in a Trilogy by Diana Palmer. It features Morie Brannt and Mallory Kirk. Morie is the daughter of Shelby & king Brannt from "To Love and To Cherish" an older Diana Plamer favorite.

    Morie is working at the Kirk ranch as a ranch hand. She has kept her real identity a secret because she is trying to be herself not the rich daughter of a well known cattle baron. Mallory Kirk is her boss, one of the brothers who own the ranch. The chemistry between them is strong but Mallory has been betrayed before and is cautious. Morie is inexperienced in the love department but knows how to handle a rough, tough cowboy, having grown up with one for a father.

    AS happens in many Palmer books, there is a poisonous girlfriend who does everything she can to destroy Morie and turn Mallory against her.
    Even though we have seen this before, it still works in this book because Ms. Palmer does such a good job of setting up the inevitable confrontation between the two would be lovers and again between the two women. There is nothing as satisfying as when Ms. Palmer makes the hero and villainess pay for their actions against the usually spunky heroine.

    The Kirk brothers have lots of issues between them and I can't wait to read the books about Cane and Dalton Kirk. After I read this book , I had to go back and read the original book about Morie's parents. I enjoyed it as much as this book. That is the great thing about Diana Palmer, many of her books are connected and you can read them over and over and still get a lot of enjoyment out of them. This book will not be any different in that regard. ( Book obtained from Netgalley for review)

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 27, 2012

    Bad

    Bad, bad, bad, bad, bad.

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2012

    Wooden

    The story is ok, but the writing is so wooden. Everyone's thoughts and even dialog are reported in a dreary third-person style. Haven't read Diana Palmer before, probably won't again

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2012

    best author youll ever read

    i love all books written by diana palmer if u havent read her i highly recommand you read one and youll be hooked

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 18, 2011

    I DID NOT put it down until the last page!!!

    I discovered Diana Palmer years and years ago. The one thing I love about her is no matter how many titles I have read, I still want to read every new title that comes out. I started this novel and it didn't matter how long it took I did not put it down until I was done. Her characters make you feel like you are part of their family. Although the plots are pretty much the same, and predictible the characters make you feel like it is a brand new story all over again. The one thing that gets me with her novels is that whenever I complete her latest book I find myself digging through my library re-reading all the stories of the characters she reintroduced me to again. Strong independent women who are not afraid to go after what they want no matter what falling for the best male specimens out there! I mean really is there any better man than a cowboy! So pull up a chair and settle in and take a trip to Wyoming...you will be glad you DID!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 11, 2014

    Highly Recommend - Great Read!

    This first book, followed by Wyoming Bold and Wyoming Fierce are 3 great books. I could not put them down. I kept wanting to see what was going to happen next. 3 brothers own a cattle ranch. Each of the books focuses on 1 of the brothers and the woman who falls in love with him, although all of the characters are mentioned in each book because they are a very close family. I hope you enjoy these books as much as I did.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2014

    Morie is a very rich heiress who is tired of her father's consta

    Morie is a very rich heiress who is tired of her father's constant protection and treating her like she would break.  He keeps pushing her to marry a man who he considers to be the 'right' man so it turns out that anyone she dates is really just interested in her money - not her. Even though Morie's dad owns a huge ranch, he will not let her do anything on the ranch except ride the horses so she leaves and gets a job as a ranch hand on the Kirk ranch to prove that she can succeed without her father's influence.  She dresses and acts like a ranch hand so nobody knows who she really is.

    She does pretty well at the job until her boss' girlfriend, Gelly, feels threatened by her and makes her life miserable, trying to get her fired.  Gelly tries to intimidate Morie but she doesn't take it and talks back to Gelly.  Gelly goes to Mallory to tell him what happened but changed the facts to make it look like Morie was to blame for the whole incident, trying to get her fired.  Morie does finally get fired when a family heirloom was found planted in her bag. In the meantime, Morie has fallen in love with Mallory but changes her opinion of him when he fires her without letting her defend herself.

    This story is cute and different with a rich girl pretending to be poor and working for her living (which she had never done before).  I could really relate to the characters and liked them. Morie is a strong, fun character. Mallory and his brothers all have problems, but Mallory has more than the other two. He thinks that because he is not handsome, he doesn’t have much to offer, and that women are only interested in him for his money. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2014

    Diana palmer books

    She writes amazing books. Hope she evenualy puts all of them on the nook.

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  • Posted March 7, 2014

    must read all 3 books!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    this is an interesting series and it ties in with another of here series. keeps you looking for the next one to make all the connections going on.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2014

    Recommend

    Enjoyed series ver much!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 14, 2014

    Diane Palmer at her best.

    Good love story with values. Rare today.

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  • Posted December 11, 2013

    NOT

    Lazy and lame, usually like Dianna Palmer, this fell far short of her standards.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 16, 2013

    contrived, predictable, and boring.

    contrived, predictable, and boring.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 14, 2013

    Doees any one wanto chat

    Im a fun lovin girl teenager im a girl

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