Wyoming Wildflower

All Sonnie Mancuso wants is to be needed by her father. Unfortunately, he already has a daughter--six, to be exact--and all he needs is a son.

Orphaned in the slums of New York, fifteen-year-old Lance Harmon needs a home. Sonnie’s father gives him one, on the cattle-rich Rocking M ranch. Through the years, Lance learns to love the land, the work . . . and Sonnie. More

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Published: April 01, 2011
Words: 80,940
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452495187
About Pam Crooks

Having grown up in the ranch country of western Nebraska, it was a natural evolution for Pam to write about the Old West, and she published fourteen historical western romances (four with Dorchester Publishing and ten with Harlequin Historicals) before writing Her Mother’s Killer. She’s a long-time member of Romance Writers of America, PASIC and HWG, her local chapter, having served in almost every capacity for her chapter-mates. She’s one of the founding fillies of Petticoats and Pistols, a popular blogsite for western romance. www.petticoatsandpistols.com.

Pam is married to her high school sweetheart, Doug, and they have four daughters. She’s looking forward to an early retirement when she can spend her days with her children and grandchildren and doing what she’s most passionate about. Writing books.

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