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Wyoming Cowboy Justice

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Welcome to Bent, Wyoming

Where the Wild West Never Died

Resident bad boy and saloon owner Grady Carson knows his brother is not a murderer, and he’ll do anything to prove it. But partnering with Laurel Delaney? Worst idea ever. The beautiful by-the-book cop challenges him like no other. Bad family blood—and a killer at large—makes their attraction unthinkable. Dangerou
Paperback, 288 pages
Published September 18th 2018 by Harlequin Intrigue Large Print
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Kay (aka) Miss Bates
So Nicole Helm takes her place with Maisey Yates in the I-read-all-their-books category of my romance reading. And even though I was feeling surfeited? satiated? on Yates-Helm, I can’t resist those Harq romantic suspense covers. It’s too bad that lanky, near-clean-shaven, moderately-good-looking dude on the cover has nothing to do with one of the most marvelous romance heroes I’ve read in ages. Grady Carson is HUGE, broad, bearded, rough, a saloon-owner with dubious liquor-selling practices, who ...more
Bette Hansen
Sep 17, 2018 rated it really liked it
This is a great romantic suspense with just the right blend of the two elements to keep it exciting and fun to read. There's a mystery to be solved but the feud between the two main families in town could keep everyone from finding the truth. That is unless bad boy Grady Carson and Sheriff Laurel Delaney can put the feud and their sizzling chemistry on the back burner and work together. The first part is easy the second not so much. As these two partner up to find a murderer sparks fly between t ...more
Good book. The ongoing feud between the Carsons and Delaneys ran smack up against a murder investigation when Grady Carson's half-brother was wanted for questioning in the murder of Deputy Laurel Delaney's cousin Jason. Grady was determined to protect his brother, while Laurel just wanted to find the murderer.

I liked both Grady and Laurel. Grady owns the local bar, The Rightful Claim. He's big, tattooed, and has quite the bad boy reputation. Grady is also the de facto head of his family, the one
Aug 31, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Holy shades of the Hatfield and McCoy feud! Only this feud is between the Carsons and the Delaneys in Bent, Wyoming. So how does it work when Deputy Sheriff Laurel Delaney is pretty sure that she needs to work with a Carson - Grady Carson, owner of the local bar, Rightful Claim? Why? A distant cousin of Laurel's, Jason Delaney is found shot dead in a field of a local ranch. Upon questioning the owner of the ranch Laurel discovers that Clint Danvers, half brother of Grady Carson, had his car brea ...more
Jan 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A story of two strong people that didn't let family history define their relationship!!!
Aug 20, 2018 rated it really liked it
A suspenseful story with two amazing characters that ooze chemistry and all the right feels. Normally Harlequin Intrigue takes a backseat on romance but in this story, it had just the right amount feels that I look for and a mystery that left me waiting hanging until the very end.
Marsha Spohn
Reviewed at Lovin'A Cowboy Romance

There is little that intrigues me more, or gets my curiosity engaged as a feud between families that goes on for generations. And that is exactly what we’ll encounter in Wyoming Cowboy Justice as the backdrop to every story in this series – a feud between the Carson family and the Delaney family that has gone on for over a hundred years. Now that’s a long time to hold a grudge, ya know?

The tensions between Grady and Laurel are very real, but not necessarily bas
Jessica Figueroa
Laurel Delaney is following a case that ends up chasing after a brother of Grady Carson which doesn't bode well since their family has had this feud. Thing is Laurel will do everything she can a chase after what ever lead she can find and Grady wanting to make sure to prove his brother innocene will aid Laurel but if he's honest there's a bit of an attraction and protective streak that'll leave him trying to help Laurel on her case.

Such a great mystery suspense novel, I really enjoyed it. There
Marcie Robinson
Sep 23, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
“Wyoming Cowboy Justice” is book one of Nicole Helm’s Carsons and Delaneys miniseries and features Grady Carson and Laurel Delaney.

Grady and Laurel grew up hearing about the feud between their families. They’re not supposed to like each other, yet Grady and Laurel have always “noticed” each other.
The two begrudgingly team up to solve the murder of Laurel’s cousin and clear Grady’s brother.

In “Wyoming Cowboy Justice”, the sexual tension is high, the banter fun. It is also a well-written mystery w
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Aug 08, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Nicole Helm Hatfield and McCoys type of western story has just the right amount of realism and fantasy that will keep readers wanting more as they fall in love with Laurel and her strength and Grady the miss understood Carson. The story is fast pace intrigue with the right amount of sexual tension to keep romance readers needing more and mystery reads watching out for the next bullet.

Nicole Helm can create a world readers will want to stay in long enough to get out alive.

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Jess Lawson
Sep 16, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Wyoming Cowboy Justice by Nicole Helm was a nice read. This book is about characters involved in a family feud that is very similar to the Hatfields and McCoys. Grady and Laurel are very interesting. This family feud the brews between the two families make for some very entertaining reading. Grady wanted to prove his brother wasn't a murderer. Laurel wanted to get to the bottom of this crime no matter what cost. She could keep her head and not fall for her evil nemesis while she was at it.
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Sep 04, 2018 rated it really liked it
I enjoyed reading the book. It had alot of action in it and it was fun meeting Grady Carson's family and Laurel Delaney's family. Its an interesting plot and should make a interesting series. There was a couple of spots I found not so great. I like the plot and the way the this series is going but I will wait to see how the next book is.
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Nicole Helm is the bestselling author of down-to-earth contemporary romance and fast-paced romantic suspense. From farmers to cowboys, midwest to the west, she writes stories about people finding themselves and finding love in the process.

She lives with her husband and two young sons in Missouri enjoying Cardinals baseball and dreams about someday owning a barn.

You can contact her via email: Nicol