Her worst enemy…
Could bring her heart home
Heather Stanhope wants to despise the man who now owns the ranch her family lost. But Matt Burton is raising his late sister’s adorable twins, loves horses, and is known for his loyalty and honesty. Sneaking into Adelaide Creek for her friend’s wedding, Heather hopes to avoid Matt, but fate and family have them crossing paths. Heather knows falling for Matt means risking her heart, but it’s a risk she can’t resist.
In My Opinion
As someone who spend several years in Wyoming, I enjoy returning once in a while through stories. And in The Rancher’s Wyoming Twins, Virginia McCullough brings the small-town welcome while showing the small-town struggles in a poignant way.
Even though Heather is embittered about her exit from Adelaide Creek (a town built on a lot of her family’s history), she’s a likable character. You want to see her heal from those old wounds and get a fresh start. Her big heart for her former patient, her best friend, Matt’s twins, and even Matt are proof that yes, she can work through her hurts.
The chemistry between Matt and Heather sizzles every time they’re together, and I enjoyed watching Matt come up with excuses to spend time with the maid-of-honor.
Is it too late to put in a request to the author to bring Heather’s brother home to Wyoming too?
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About the Author
Born and raised in Chicago, Virginia McCullough has been lucky enough to develop her writing career in many locations, including the coast of Maine, the mountains of North Carolina, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and currently, Northeast Wisconsin. She started her career in nonfiction, first writing articles and then books as a ghostwriter and
coauthor. She’s written more than 100 books for physicians, business owners, professional speakers and many others with information to share or a story to tell.
Virginia’s books feature characters who could be your neighbors and friends. They come in all ages and struggle with everyday life issues in small-town environments that almost always include water—oceans, lakes, or rivers. The mother of two grown children, you’ll find Virginia with her nose a book, walking on trails or her neighborhood street, or she may be packing her bag to take off for her next adventure. And she’s always working on another story about
hope, healing, and second chances.
Ends May 4, 2022