The Rancher's Twin Troubles

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Harlequin, Feb 1, 2011 - Fiction - 224 pages
2 Reviews
Dallas Buckhorn refuses to believe it. His angelic girls wreaking havoc? Never! But their teacher, Josie Griffin, insists on making him feel like the worst father on the planet. He only wants his daughters to be happy. How can that be wrong?

Josie knows the Buckhorn twins aren't bad—they're just spoiled by their overindulgent, and ruggedly handsome, cowboy daddy. But she also has a job to do, and she can't do it when the twins are out of control in her classroom.

Josie might be hard on Dallas…because he seems oblivious to how lucky he is to have his girls. Her own tragedy haunts her, but the more she spends time with the Buckhorns the more she imagines herself in their family picture. But that means saying goodbye to her past, and she's not sure she can do that….

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Review: The Rancher's Twin Troubles (The Buckhorn Ranch)

User Review  - Janice Sisemore - Goodreads

Josie is a teacher and Dallas has twin girls that is in her class that like to cause trouble but he doesn't believe they do the things she said they do. Of course through the girls that end up falling in love. I really enjoyed this book. Read full review

Review: The Rancher's Twin Troubles (The Buckhorn Ranch)

User Review  - steph - Goodreads

Not worth the hour I took out of my day (even if it was my dinner break) to read this. Too many things going on, too few pages to get it all to come across appropriately. This would have worked a LOT better with 100 more pages or so. Read full review

About the author (2011)

Laura Marie Altom of Tulsa, Oklahoma is the best-selling, award-winning author of twenty-four books. Her works have made several appearances on both the Barnes and Noble and Waldenbooks’ Best-seller lists.  This mother of fifteen-year-old twins  has spoken on numerous occasions at both regional and national conferences, and teaches reading at a Tulsa middle school. She’s been married to her college sweetheart for nineteen years.

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