Wyoming Brides: Denim and Diamonds/The Wyoming Kid

Wyoming Brides Denim and Diamonds The Wyoming Kid Denim and DiamondsRancher Chase Brown has always loved Letty Ellison but nine years ago she left their small Wyoming town searching for a different kind of life Now she s come home to Red Springs wi

  • Title: Wyoming Brides: Denim and Diamonds/The Wyoming Kid
  • Author: Debbie Macomber
  • ISBN: 9781426843655
  • Page: 431
  • Format: ebook
  • Denim and DiamondsRancher Chase Brown has always loved Letty Ellison, but nine years ago she left their small Wyoming town, searching for a different kind of life Now she s come home to Red Springs with her dreams in tatters and a five year old child in tow She s ready to trade the false glitter of Hollywood for the true happiness of being a rancher s wife Chase s wifeDenim and DiamondsRancher Chase Brown has always loved Letty Ellison, but nine years ago she left their small Wyoming town, searching for a different kind of life Now she s come home to Red Springs with her dreams in tatters and a five year old child in tow She s ready to trade the false glitter of Hollywood for the true happiness of being a rancher s wife Chase s wife But is it too late The Wyoming KidRancher Lonny Ellison is an ex rodeo cowboy who s used to the adulation of women But that s something he doesn t get from Joy Fuller In fact, they argue constantly His sister, Letty, says it s because he s interested in Joyd Lonny figures she s right Can he 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 likes to bake

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    1. Debbie Macomber

      Debbie Macomber is a 1 New York Times bestselling author and one of today s most popular writers with than 200 million copies of her books in print worldwide In her novels, Macomber brings to life compelling relationships that embrace family and enduring friendships, uplifting her readers with stories of connection and hope Macomber s novels have spent over 1,000 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list Thirteen of these novels hit the number one spot.In 2017, Macomber s all new hardcover publications include If Not for You March , Any Dream Will Do August , and Merry and Bright October In addition to fiction, Macomber has also published two bestselling cookbooks, an adult coloring book, numerous inspirational and nonfiction works, and two acclaimed children s books.Celebrated as the official storyteller of Christmas , Macomber s annual Christmas books are beloved and five have been crafted into original Hallmark Channel movies Macomber is also the author of the bestselling Cedar Cove Series which the Hallmark Channel chose as the basis for its first dramatic scripted television series Debuting in 2013, Debbie Macomber s Cedar Cove was a ratings favorite for three seasons.Macomber owns The Grey House Caf , which also features a gift shop and a Hallmark Gold Crown store inside It is located in the Village Square campus, which also serves as Debbie s corporate headquarters.She serves on the Guideposts National Advisory Cabinet, is a YFC National Ambassador, and is World Vision s international spokesperson for their Knit for Kids charity initiative A devoted grandmother, Debbie and Wayne live in Port Orchard, Washington, the town which inspired the Cedar Cove series.

    736 thoughts on “Wyoming Brides: Denim and Diamonds/The Wyoming Kid”

    1. This book is actually two stories. One of the stories focuses on Letty and the other story focuses on her brother, Lonny, even though many characters are in both stories. While the ending of both stories can be predicted early on in the first story, it's not a bad read. For those who are looking for a romance they can relate to, this probably isn't it. For those who are looking for a novel that makes them think, this isn't it. But for anyone who is just looking for a mindless read, go ahead and [...]

    2. I have read so many reviews about Debbie Macomber and her romance books.  In fact, when her TV show "Cedar Cove" began this past summer, I was certain I had read one of her books.  However, I was wrong.  I quickly added all of her books to my TBR list, and it just so happened that I randomly chose his particular book to read.  I checked it out from the library, and from the beginning, I was captivated by the story.  This is really two novellas put together, and it practically reads itself! [...]

    3. This book was a pretty typical Macomber. It reminded me heavily of her Dakota series, which is one of my favorites! I understand that she wrote the first story, 'Denim and Diamonds' first, then was encouraged by her fans to continue Lonny's story with 'The Wyoming Kid'. However, for this compilation, couldn't she simply have labeled the stories with one title and divided them into two parts? They are, after all, about the same people in the same town, albeit the focus is shifted from Letty to Lo [...]

    4. The only problem that I had with this book is that it ended! I was really enjoying it and hoped that I would get to know more of both stories.For Chase and Letty's story, I loved that their love truly lasted regardless of how much both of them wanted it not to. It truly touched me that Chase cared for Cricket so much and loved her like a father even though she was not his natural daughter.For Lonny and Joy's story, I found the whole story comical. They kept running into each other and fighting a [...]

    5. This book is actually compiled of two different stories, Denim and Diamonds, and The Wyoming Kid. This is my least favorite Debbie Macomber book that I've read. I understand that people are stubborn in real life, but this was ridiculous. I felt like the arguments got out of hand, and things got a little too graphic of a sexual nature. I don't mind when people are kissing in a book, but I don't like to read details of the touching in private places and things like that. This was the first time I [...]

    6. I really enjoyed the first half of this book more than the 2nd half. The characters are the same but the story is sweeter in respect to Letty as compared to Lonny her brother. It is a sweet romance novel WITHOUT smut. I am a romantic at heart so it filled my desire for that type of book without the guilt.

    7. A two-for-one, but the satisfactoriness of the first one is canceled out by the second one trying to be about too many different things. Look, romance writers, I just want a story about living on a ranch in Wyoming. Why is that so hard?

    8. I've read the two stories in this one before. Enjoyed them the second time around as much as I did the first time.

    9. These stories were OK. I had kind of a hard time with the characters. Mostly the male ones. Actually, kind of all of them. In the first story, Denim and Diamonds, you love the Hero in the prologue. He is in love with Letty, who leaves to pursue her dreams in LA, and he is waiting for her to come back, and is still loving her 4 years later. When he learns that she has had a kid in LA (through an affair with a married man), and is not moving back, he gives up all hope. When she does come back, 5 y [...]

    10. This two books in one. The first story is enjoyable but predictable - girl returns home after not finding fame and fortune. The second story is said girl's brother' story - He annoyed me and I had to stop reading it. Not my favorite from Debbie Macomber

    11. Synopsis: "Denim and Diamonds:Rancher Chase Brown has always loved Letty Ellison, but nine years ago she left their small Wyoming town, searching for a different kind of life. Now she’s come home to Red Springs with her dreams in tatters—and a five-year-old child in tow. She’s ready to trade the false glitter of Hollywood for the true happiness of being a rancher’s wife. Chase’s wife. But is it too late?The Wyoming Kid:Rancher Lonny Ellison is an ex-rodeo cowboy who’s used to the adu [...]

    12. I was a little disappointed in this two book compilation. The first story was enjoyable but seemed to drag. The 2nd book I found myself not that interesed in.The first story is about Letty and Chase. They had liked each other when they were younger. Then Letty took off for California to pursue her dreams as a singer. Chase stayed in Wyoming to work on his Ranch. He kept hoping that Letty would come back and marry him. After 4 years of her being gone he finds out from Lonny (Letty's brother) that [...]

    13. Recived this book as a RABCK from NancyNova.Denim and DiamondsRancher Chase Brown and Letty Ellison have been in love forever. But Letty had dreams of being a singer and left Wyoming for the lights of California. Her dreams did not materialize and she returns home with a five-year-old daughter. She still loves Chase and he still loves her but the mind does strange things to ones thinking and they have to work and accepting the truth.The Wyoming KidRancher Lonny Ellison (Letty's brother) is a ex- [...]

    14. If you like sweet stories with good morals, this is pretty good. It seems to be set in our current time, but it could easily have been a turn of the century cowboy type story. It is 2 books in one. The first is about Lettie, a girl who returns to her home town after trying to "make it big" as a singer. It's about her struggle as single mom and facing the man she left behind 9 years ago. The second half is about her older brother and his struggle to get beyond his creature-of-habit-bachelor ways [...]

    15. I didn't think anything in this book was all that exciting, but somehow the first story in the book, Denim and Diamonds, kept me wanting to read more. But the second story, They Wyoming Kid, was pretty boring and repetitive. I found it annoying through both stories how Macomber kept switching from one scene to the next in rapid succession. A prime example Chase is talking to Letty explaining why they should get married and then the next paragraph they have already been married and he's in the wa [...]

    16. Two great stories about the same family. The best I've read so far by Debbie Macomber. Set in ranching country, "Denim and Diamonds" follows Letty Ellison as she comes home to her family's ranch after finding out she needs heart surgery and runs into her ex-boyfriend.who isn't too happy to see her after finding out she has a daughter. "The Wyoming Kid" follows Letty's brother, Lonny, as he tries to sort out his feelings for "city-slicker" schoolteacher Joy. Both great reads with happy endings!

    17. Two for one. Two stories combined into one book. Let me state up front that I am not a big romance novel fan. I was given this book and since I had enjoyed some of Debbie Macomber's Christmas stories I thought I would give it a try. It was cute yet predictable. Both stories follow the same pattern with the same results.

    18. I've read a numer of her books now. This is a 2 for 1. I truly enjoyed the first and truly was bored by the second. As a whole I have enjoyed her. Her books are what I call romance light. I like true Romance as smutty as it can be but these are not those. There is very little "sex" in her books.

    19. This is another DM triumph!!!Book 1: man with "hardened" heart and woman with a [medical] secret- separated for ten years, reunited, and.nd their way back to each other?Book 2: two former "flames"-turned- "enemies"; strike sparks from each other at each confrontation- are those sparks ONLY of enmity?

    20. This book is listed as a combination of two books but the two are so closely related with same characters and same story line that they could easily have been put into one novel.This is a nice, predictable duo that is a satisfying read. If you like romance, you will probably like these two stories.

    21. Denim & DiamondsChase Brown has always loved Letty Ellison, even when she left for California to follow her dream. She came back 9 years later with a five year old daughter and a hole in her heart.The Wyoming KidLonny Ellison and Joy Fuller can't seem to stand each other. (Read this one before)

    22. Debbie Macomber writes such sweet romantic stories. I especially like the setting in a small country town where everyone knows and cares about each other. As always, the ending is predictable. But I love that her stories end the way I want them to. I would love to see her continue this story in future books.

    23. Debbie Macomber's stories are a whole lot like reading a naive imaginative brain of a twelve-year-old wanna be princess. At the middle of the book, you just have to stop and sigh because of mental exhaustion of predictable scenes. Frankly, the only catchy part is the almost-sex scenes.

    24. It was pretty good. I have never read Debbie Macomber. I would say some of the character’s actions irritated me and the plot was predictable but overall I liked it. If you don't like romance novels do not read this one!

    25. A lot of Debbie Macomber's books have two books in one like this one. I read the first one and then started on the second one and realized that I had read the second one already. Needless to say this was a very quick read.

    26. I'm a huge Debbie Macomber fan, and I think this is her best book yet! Love, love, love Chase. I hated him at first. I just kept reading to see if he would melt my heart and he did! Thanks for a great read, Ms. Macomber!!!

    27. What a great book about love, family, and determination! I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who loves great love stories

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