" Out of all the cowboy romance stories, this is one of the better Diana Palmer books because Mallory wasn't an outlandishly handsome man, just testosterone driven. He actually considered himself ugly, which is why he catered to gorgeous women who "adored" him. He also knew that these women wanted him only for his money. Here comes a wealthy young woman who wants only to be a "cowhand" and its thunder from down under beneath an umbrella. Morie, though from wealthy cattle rancher family, is the only one who seems to genuinely care about her boss Mallory and about his two brothers, except for cowhand Darby, who knows everything about everyone. One brother, Cane, lost an arm in the war and now supposedly had a bad attitude but after an encounter with Morie, he's all better. Ugh. And the other brother, Mr. Shellshock, aka Dalton, was a former border patrol agent who had gotten shot up and now, when things backfired, he ducked for cover. All three men had the hots for unassuming, virginal Morie. Still, its hard to feel too much compassion for these characters when the formula here mates with other romance stories that deal with getting with a cowboy. But Wyoming Tough is a fast read and because of that, I gave this three stars. "
— L.M., 2/7/2014