Life on the road is good . . . Until he meets her and realizes what he’s missing.
Westin Farr has been focused on one thing. To match his dad’s perfect 100-point record in professional bull riding. It’s getting closer; he can feel it. Although he misses his dad, life is good. Westin spends his days on the road, his nights bull riding, and his free time with his former college rodeo buddies—the Original Six. But when he meets the feisty Silvia Diaz, Westin finds that his lofty goals might not be so important after all.
The last thing Silvia wants to do is ‘work on herself’ at Broken Hearts Ranch in the tiny town of Lost Creek, Texas. And the last thing she needs is a cowboy sweet-talking her into staying. She agrees to give the place one week, one week only, and then she’s returning to normal life. Not even a bull rider who seems to look straight into her heart can change her mind . . . until he does.
Welcome to Lost Creek Rodeo!
Best friends at a small college in Texas, six cowboys rise to become pro-rodeo stars. Follow Ryan, Reid, Westin, Ford, Eric and Lars in these six swoony sports romances.
Are you ready for more cowboys? Here is book three in the Lost Creek Rodeo series. I don't think you have to read these books in order, but I think you will be much happier if you do. These authors take turns writing the books but the characters they write about all interconnect. In this book, Silvia's brother is from a previous series. It definitely gives all these books a feeling of continuity, community and family.
Westin is a genuinely nice guy. He is motivated as a bull rider by his father and his hopes to reach his record and level. I liked Westin's determination and his kind support of Silvia, even when she wasn't so nice to him.
Silvia is a character I feel I didn't fully understand. I could feel her frustration with her brother and I get having panic attacks but I didn't altogether buy into her reasons for conflict with Westin. Silvia was on a journey to self discovery though, finding independence and confidence along the way. That was satisfying.
This was a nice addition to this ongoing series. I love reading about these cowboys because they are rough and tough but kind and good as well. They make great love stories! I'm looking forward to the next one!
This book (and this series) is available on KU.
- kissing, mild peril