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Her Favorite Wyoming Sheriff Title: Her Favorite Wyoming Sheriff 
Series: The Blackwells of Eagle Springs 
Author: Cari Lynn Webb 
Publisher: Harlequin Heartwarming 
Release Date: October 25, 2022 
Genre: Sweet Contemporary Romance

She keeps finding trouble… 

He keeps finding her

Adele Blackwell Kane can’t seem to not get arrested. In fact, the pretty widowed mom of twin girls might be Sheriff Grady McMillan’s favorite not-quite-a-criminal. But keeping Adele out of trouble is hard work—especially when Grady wants out of Wyoming for good. When Adele decides to rescue the town from developers, Grady wonders if his quirky felon might be stealing his heart, too… 
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Adele pulled out the lunch meat she saw in the refrigerator and, humming one of her favorite country songs, she went to work.

“Do you always sing when no one is watching?” Grady leaned against the doorway with one corner of his mouth tipped up.

Adele shut the drawer firmly, closed the refrigerator and willed away her embarrassment. And her sudden urge to brush his distractingly damp hair off his forehead. “Absolutely. I usually dance, too.”

“Don’t let me stop you.” His smile grew. He lifted his arm as if motioning to a dance floor.

She wanted to take his hand, let him guide her into his arms. On a dance floor. Under the stars. Right there. Stepping back inside those boundaries, she glanced down at her thick socks and wiggled her toes. “Unfortunately, I’m not wearing my dancing shoes.”

“You strike me as someone who would dance barefoot in rain puddles and wheat fields.” He pulled a coffee mug from the cabinet and filled it.

“Have you ever danced barefoot in the rain?” She leaned against the kitchen island and folded her arms over her chest.

“No.” His quick reply came out on a spurt of laughter. He sipped his coffee and considered her. “Can’t say I’ve ever even had the inclination before.”

She could change his mind. Might have wanted to if she wasn’t on a love lockdown. “I made you lunch.”

“Lunch.” He spoke over the rim of the coffee mug.

“Nothing special.” Nothing she wouldn’t do for anyone else. She waved to the paper bag on the counter. “A sandwich and a few other things. It’s Thursday. Figured you’d want to eat while you drove around town.”

He set the coffee mug on the counter behind him and approached the island. His gaze turned from curious to assessing and fixed on her. “You made breakfast, which, by the way, smells delicious. And lunch, too.”

“It’s not a big deal. It’s what I do.” Take care of people. I could take care of you, too. Take care of your heart if you let me. Ah, but could he take care of hers? No. Only she could do that. Adele waved her hand, brushing aside her thoughts, and rambled on, “I was up early. Hazard of having toddlers. Breakfast is an important meal. Everyone likes my French toast casserole, or so they say.” What if I said I like you?

Adele pressed her lips together and yanked her heart back.

But Grady moved in. Into her personal space. Close enough that she inhaled his aftershave. Close enough that she could finally touch his forehead if she only reached out. She kept her arms at her sides and her breaths shallow.

“So,” he said. Those compelling eyes of his drifted over her face, then returned to her gaze. Wonder and warmth slipped through his words. “This is what being taken care of by Adele Blackwell Kane feels like.”

Adele sighed from her fingertips to her toes. Maybe he could understand her. Maybe she could trust him with something as big as her heart. Not that she ever would. Still, she acknowledged the temptation. She asked, “Do you mind it so much?”


Cari Lynn Webb

Cari Lynn Webb lives in South Carolina with her husband, daughters and assorted four-legged family members. She’s been blessed to see the power of true love in her grandparent’s 70 year marriage and her parent’s marriage of over 50 years. She knows love isn’t always sweet and perfect, it can be challenging, complicated and risky. But she believes happily-ever-afters are worth fighting for. She loves to connect with readers.

Connect with Cari by visiting carilynnwebb.com to follow her on social media or subscribe to email newsletter updates.


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  1. Seems like a good read.

  2. Thank you for spotlighting Her Favorite Wyoming Sheriff on your blog, Randi. I really appreciate it. Wishing you all the best for the upcoming holiday season!

  3. I enjoyed reading the excerpt and Her Favorite Wyoming Sheriff sounds like a must read for me!

    Thanks for sharing it with me and have a fabulous day!


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