Blurb: After Wall Street collapses, investment banker Griff McPherson trades in his suits and ties for Stetsons and cowboy boots. He returns to the Wyoming ranch he co-owns with his brother, but it's not exactly a happy homecoming. So to prove to everyone, including himself, that that he belongs back in Jackson Hole, he takes a post as a wrangler on another ranch.
Air force lieutenant Val Hunter has just returned to the Bar H ranch to help her ailing grandmother run the property. While it is full of unhappy memories, Val is determined to do right by her home. Her new hire is easy on the eyes and a tough wrangler to boot, yet her instincts make it hard for her to trust him. When a nefarious neighbor endangers her land, Val is forced to accept Griff's help—but will she finally be able to open her heart?
Review: Stud muffin cowboy, a story that sizzles and enough mystery to give it just that extra umph that sent it over the edge. This one had everything that it needed to make a really good read. The characters were easy to connect with and the plot was a joy to follow. While both t=of the main characters have some "issues" they are not too over the top and the bit of mystery and suspense brought everything together.