Flynn's story is set predominmently on the Rodeo circuit. No gun-fights in this one. The bulls get to do all the shooting here!
This book is fun with adventure, a bit of a mystery/who-done-it, and of course romance. All of the books in this series can be described this way. Some, if not all of them, even have gunfights! Wild West indeed!
The order for the Wild West books is:
Gable's Lady (SIM #523)
Cooper (SIM #553)
Flynn (SIM #572)
Kat (SIM #590)
In addition there are two books that are set in the same town with some of the secondary characters as main ones.
The Sheriff in the Wild West series is Riley Whitaker. His story is "Who's the Boss?" (SIM #649). A friend of Riley's is Dillon Cassidy, DEA agent. A reporter in town is Sydney O'Keefe. Their story is told in "The Loner" (SIM #673)
Judy M. (Frankiecay) - reviewed Flynn (Wild West, Bk 3) (Silhouette Intimate Moments, No 572) on
From back cover: Fun-loving rodeo cowboy Flynn Rawlings couldn't believe it. Everybody liked him, so what was Tate Baxter's problem? From the moment he'd approached her at a local rodeo dance, she'd been intent on freezing him out, but he wasn't about to take no for an answer.
Bitter experience had shown Tate that trusting men - especially cowboys- was the way to get stomped on. So, when Flynn had swaggered over she'd known that, from his devastating dimples right down to his worn cowboy boots, the man constituted trouble. And she aimed to steer clear of it!