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Ida Sue C. reviewed Wyoming (Wagons West, Bk 3) on
Helpful Score: 1
Men, women, and children staking their all on the slimmest chance of success. They depend for survival on men like wagon scout Whip Holt, never bested by man or beast. But now - two women - the beautiful young widow Cathy van Ayl, and the Indian maiden La-ena who was once Whip's woman - ride side by side on the train. Each wants him, and either has the power to become his fatal weakness.
This book is one of a long line in a series. The story is very well written and I had no problem with the story line or the characters even though I did not read any of the previous books. Most of the characters were likeable, the story line advanced quickly. I'd like to read the other books as well.
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN STAKING THEIR ALL ON THE SLIMMEST CHANCE OF SUCCESS. THEY DEPEND FOR SURVIVAL ON MEN LIKE WAGON SCOUT WHIP HOLT, NEVER BESTED BY MAN OR BEAST. BUT NOW TWO WOMEN- THE BEAUTIFUL YOUNG WIDOW CATHY VAN AYL, AND THE INDIAN MAIDEN LA-ENA WHO WAS ONCE WHIP'S WOMAN- RIDE SIDE BY SIDE ON THE TRAIN. EACH WANTS HIM, AND EITHER HAS THE POWER TO BECOME HIS FATAL WEAKNESS!