|This fabulous collection is about the three Wulfsen siblings and those they loved. Although the books were written by three different authors, the plots were well-developed to coordinate with the others. These stories took place in Wayback, Texas. Specifically, the Yellow Rose Arena saw quite a bit of the action since the Wulfsen brothers and sister were involved in the rodeo.
One Starlit Night by Stacy Dawn introduced Grey Wulfsen, known as The Lone Wolf. When he was last in Wayback, he didnít know he left Elizabeth OíLeary pregnant. How he found out about his 15-month-old daughter Gretal was a great story. These characters were strong, independent and well developed. The supporting cast involved not only siblings, but local townspeople also.
After the Rodeo by Cindy Spencer Pape picked up with Freya (known as Free) injured from a barrel racing accident. A lifelong friend of the family, Zane Malone, had to face his friends, Freeís overly possessive brothers. When Free was being treated at the rodeo, he spoke up as her husband. The problem was that Free had planned to present him with divorce papers. Pape presented a strong, emotional tie between these main characters and a comical way with those overprotective brothers.
Roni Adams finally gave us the story of Dusty, the oldest brother, in Under A Rodeo Moon. He found he was more like a shell of a man after his significant woman, Carrie Montgomery, had left him. Shock abounded when he found her in the stands while he was on a ferocious bull. He couldnít stay on the bull; his concentration was shot. Carrie was a city girl with expensive tastes. That she was in Wayback was emotionally challenging.
Overall these three books made an incredible series about the Wulfsen family. Though three authors wrote their stories, the storylines intertwined in such a way that it was impossible to put the book down. I loved the whole thing. I highly recommend this to anyone who likes romance (times three) and cowboys and those who fall in love with them. Itís a great compilation.
Reviewer: Brenda Talley
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