[Read] ➫ The Wyoming Kid ➳ Debbie Macomber – Sigilo.us

[Read] ➫ The Wyoming Kid  ➳ Debbie Macomber – Sigilo.us
  • Paperback
  • 249 pages
  • The Wyoming Kid
  • Debbie Macomber
  • English
  • 22 March 2018
  • 0373751257

The Wyoming Kid Rancher Lonny Ellison Has Never Known A Woman Like Joy Fuller For One Thing, She Doesn T Seem Very Interested In Him, And As A Former Rodeo Cowboy, Lonny S Not Used To That Women Mobbed The Wyoming Kid During His Rodeo Days And Another Thing He And Joy Who S A Schoolteacher And His Sister Letty S Best Friend Seem To Argue Constantly.But It Doesn T Matter, Does It Because He S Not Interested In Joy, Either.Wait A Minute Maybe He Is At Least, That S What Letty Seems To Think Their Arguments Are All About Yup, She Might Have A Point There.Now He Has To Convince Joy That Marriage To The Wyoming Kid Will Be As Exciting As An Eight Second Bull Ride And As Sweet As The Cookies She Loves To Bake.

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10 thoughts on “The Wyoming Kid

  1. says:

    OK,this was one of those books where the couple was so o o annoying and immature that you didn t really care if it ended happily ever after This couple s conflict had the maturity level of 3rd graders and ...

  2. says:

    Joy is a city girl who goes to live in a little town Two years ago she dated Lonny, a former rodeo cowboy but they didn t connect Now they have a passive aggressive relationship that is due to their unfinished business, that is, the spark is still alive And this is the starting point for lots of unbelievable silly misunderstandings Main chara...

  3. says:

    Absolutly wonderful, funny and touching and light, just like the Debbie we know and love

  4. says:

    Sorry to say I wasn t impressed by this book Waaaaay too sickeningly sweet with the picture perfect people and their proper, ultra friendly to the point of sounding ridiculously fake dialogue I just couldn t get into this The entire premise and delivery felt forced and unrealistic The hero and heroine were completely unbelievable, and had nothing in common Seriously, these two shouldn t have even ended up toge...

  5. says:

    The Wyoming KidThe Wyoming Kid is a simple romance that could take place in any small town The western part is on the periphery and I wonder why it is played up in the title I guess someone in a romance story has to be obtuse to add a little tension Much too often it is the woman who has to be the idiot In this story both the man and the woman are downright relationship stupid Predictably, the woman is slower to come to her senses, so needs to be guided by her clueless man Interesting stor The Wyoming KidThe Wyoming Kid is a simple romance that could take place in any small town The western part is on the periphery and I wonder why it is played up in the ti...

  6. says:

    Romance, cleanCute, light, old fashioned romance in a small town Joy and Lonny are at odds with one another Joy has broken off a relationship with him They are thrown together, and through the myriad conflicts, tiffs, and romantic moments, Joy and Lonny need to figure out their feelings while Joy i...

  7. says:

    Feel good storySometimes you just need a good feel good romance to read This one fits the bill Predictable plot boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy gets girl back But the relatable and likable characters with the happy ending provide t...

  8. says:

    Loved itI seem to love everything that Ms Macomber writes I read this when it first came out and I enjoyed reading it just as much again The Cedar Cove series is still a favorite that I have gone back to revisit a time or two.

  9. says:

    I struggled to like the two main characters Their bickering just did not do it for me Also having dated 2 years earlier and then breaking it off did not seem realistic Glad I finished it, but not that impressed.

  10. says:

    I love all of the of the stories Debbie has pennedI have yet to read a book by Debbie that was less than a five 5 some were tens.All I can say is read it yourself you will love it Debbie is just that good.My daughter s and friends now read everything she has written.

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