Wyoming Wildflower by Pam Crooks

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One of her father's daughters...

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.

One of her father's men...

Orphaned in the slums of New York, 15-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.

And their legacy...

But Vince Mancuso's health is failing, and there's trouble on the Wyoming range. Sonnie returns home to claim the legacy that's rightfully hers...but learns Lance has already earned it.


About Pam Crooks

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Pam Crooks has long enjoyed the Old West era. Having lived in Nebraska all her life, it's no surprise! She penned her first story in a spiral notebook with only the "Tonight Show" to keep her company and when the computer age hit, she was off and running! Pam is a member of Romance Writers of America. She lives with her husband and their four daughters, two sons-in-law, their very first grandchild and last but not least, their good-natured golden lab mix, Spencer.
Published March 1, 2001 by Leisure Books. 320 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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