If you like really short stories- no, I mean REALLY short stories, you might be okay with this one. To be fair, I have read and liked other books from the author. However, for me this was like reading the first two chapters, then skipping to the last. Just not enough word count to fill in the middle. Hopefully the (at this time unpublished) book for Kate's story will tie these all together.
The Wild, Wild West- At first Dory was beyond annoying trying to prove she had more testosterone then the men. Then abra-ca-dabra and a love scene later she's almost sweet as sugar. I'm not sure if she had a split personality, or if the drug companies should market Clint as a miracle cure for cranky females. I can hear it now... "Hey hon, I don't think your pills are working, why don't you go to the Dr. and get yourself a little prescription of 'Texas Clint'."
Wild at Heart- Not too terribly bad, but in the book description where it says "Well, maybe just for this weekend"... yep, that pretty much sums it up. I don't think Ben will keeping a toothbrush at Jessica's or vice-versa.
Wildfire- This was probably the best of the bunch. Lisa is pushy in a like-able way, and Joe? Well, as grouchy and hard headed as he was, he grew on me. Although, I think he may have picked up a few pointers from Dory in the first book with the split personality thing. I dunno, maybe 'Texas Clint' pills are available in a men's formula. But that would be for a book of a completely different color genre.