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Quinn

(Wyoming Sky #1)

3.96  ·  Rating details ·  563 ratings  ·  64 reviews
The Truth Can Be an Irresistible Temptation . . .

As a young boy, Quinn Conway was shattered by his mother's mysterious disappearance. Today, as the oldest of the Conway brothers, his only concern is protecting his family and their ranch. One look at beautiful, strong-willed Cheyenne O'Brien tells him she's also no stranger to tragedy. A series of increasingly dangerous "a
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Published (first published January 1st 2012)
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Hbeebti
Mar 06, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I have never read anything by this author before, but I will be looking for her other books now. Wow this story was so good. Grabbed me from page one. I fell in love with the Conway family. Loved Big Jim and Cole ( grandfather and father). Then the three brothers Quinn, Josh and Jake. There was so much love and laughter in that family that you couldn't help but smile and laugh with them. I was sad that the mystery of their missing mother was never figured out. But maybe it shouldn't be. Sometime ...more
Dorine
Mar 11, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Quinn by R.C. RyanA contemporary western suspense, this novel has several characteristics to capture your interest, including cowboys, a despicable villain and a love story anxious for the calm after the storm. Fun beginning to a new series!

I love it when a novel starts out with a poignant moment during the childhood of the main characters. The prologue for QUINN introduces us to three young boys who live with their father and grandfather on a ranch in Wyoming, just after experiencing loss in two different ways
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Lisa
Feb 15, 2012 rated it liked it
This is a new series by author R.C. Ryan, otherwise known as Ruth Ryan Langan. A western set in the state of Wyoming. The book opens with a prequel to intro you to the characters in the series when Mrs. Conway disappears and the boys are left without their mother and Quinn who grows up to be a wolf whisperer has his first encounter with a den of wolves. There are three Conway brothers. Quinn the oldest then Josh the expert mountain climber who rescues people and Jake the baby and newly minted ve ...more
Jennifer Estep
Quinn by R.C. Ryan is the first book in her contemporary western romance trilogy.

In addition to being a rancher, Quinn Conway is also a wildlife expert who studies wolves. One night while he’s out tracking a pack of wolves, he runs into Cheyenne O’Brien and takes refuge at her ranch during a snowstorm. The two are attracted to and get to know each other. However, a series of accidents have been plaguing Cheyenne and her ranch lately, including a fire that destroys part of her home. Quinn insists
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Book of Secrets
Feb 28, 2012 rated it really liked it
QUINN is a captivating start to R.C. Ryan’s new Wyoming Sky series. A sweet romance, an intriguing mystery, and a breathtaking setting made this book an enjoyable read. Ranchers Quinn Conway and Cheyenne O’Brien are brought together by an unfortunate incident, resulting in an angry altercation between them. It’s not long before they realize that they’re very much on the same side with a lot in common.

When Cheyenne becomes the victim of a string of troubling events, Quinn steps in to help. Someon
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Christi Snow
Sep 06, 2012 rated it liked it
My Review:
I'm just going to do a quickie review on this one. This book just didn't quite do it for me. The book is written well...definitely no issues there. I just had a hard time connecting with the characters. Also, I knew right away who the bad guy was going to be so I couldn't even hang onto that to keep me engaged in the story. I have an ARC for the next book in the series, so I am not giving up on the series yet, but this may just be a case that this isn't an author I enjoy. We'll see. I
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Rage
Aug 16, 2015 rated it liked it
the characters and story are very simple. the main characters love their families, love their work, love to eat big meals and laugh together. I would imagine there's a lot more grit and a lot less feel-good moments in a rancher's actual daily life, but that's really not what this book is trying to capture. Cheyenne (rancher) meets Quinn (son of a rancher, researcher tracking wolves) and they develop feelings for one another. everyone supports them, except for one villain (who is not at all hard ...more
Mic Tov
Apr 21, 2012 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
This for me was just barely ok. To me it was way to predictable. I thought the brothers "shared a laugh" way too often made them appear soft and sappy instead of strapping ranchers. I believe for others who enjoy a light read with very happy characters this may be ok... I guess just to fluffy for my taste.
KK
Apr 11, 2012 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
While I will read the next book in the series when it comes out, there were a few things that irritated me about this book, ie the villain being too easy to figure out early on, and certain words being used excessively. That being said, I do like these characters and look forward to what happens next with them.
Garth Mailman
Dec 12, 2017 rated it it was amazing
So I’m trying out yet another Cowboy Western Romance.

The Conways:

Big Jim--grampa and patriarch

Cole his son and husband of a ranch wife who disappeared without a trace.

Quinn, the eldest, a rancher and wolf biologist

Josh, the middle son, rancher and high mountain rescue ranger

Jake, youngest, about to graduate Vet School.

Cheyenne O’Brien, Rancher and her major domo Micah Horn

50 miles east

Hawks are diurnal, soar on thermals and hunt by sight; all of which makes a hawk flying at night highly unlike
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Linda C
When Quinn was 10 his mother disappeared and he saw a rancher brutally kill a mother wolf and her pups. These events drew him to the study of wolves. Though his father, grandfather and brothers own and run a hugely successful cattle ranch, Quinn finds time to track, study and publish of wolf behavior. While tracking his pack he sees the alpha killed by a rancher and pursues in fury. But he finds the rancher to be a young women defending a stranded herd of cows and calves, instead of the deer her ...more
Linda
Dec 31, 2018 rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this story and the book keeps your attention and you don't really want to put it down. Quinn Conway is the oldest of three brothers who live with their father and grandfather on their range in Wyoming. Though an incident in his youth, he has always been partial to the wild wolves that can be a danger to the ranchers and their animals. When Cheyenne O'Brien kills the alpha male that Quinn has been following, he immediately confronts her but soon realizes that she had reason to pr ...more
Julie Barrett
Jul 09, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Quinn, Wyoming Sky Series by R.C. Ryan
What first attracted me to this book was reading the ARC of Josh. The scenery and nature called out to me that I had to go buy this book and have the author on email so i can keep track of the next book in the series.
This book in the series is about Quinn, the oldest boy of Cole conway. It starts out with when he was younger and his mother had just disappeared.
They have a ranch with cattle, mining and oil rights to companies that brings in a lot of money,
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Book Binge
Apr 11, 2012 rated it really liked it
This contemporary Western romance embraces the experiences of a man who is deeply in love with his home, his ranching lifestyle, and the forces of nature that impact it. He has become a nationally known expert on the life and activity of the American Wolf and all this grows out of an early life encounter with a mother wolf and her pups, a family that was summarily killed by a neighboring rancher, just on principle alone. The deep grief he felt--probably hooked up with the ever-present grief and ...more
Anna-Lisa
Mar 15, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance, cowboys
This was an awesome cowboy romance with wonderful characters and a wonderful slow going love story!! it reminded me of books by Nora Roberts and I just enjoyed reading this story. i can't wait for the second book in this awesome series and to read more about the Conway family!!


*** german review ***

Inhalt: Quinn Conway ist auf einer großen Ranch in Wyoming geboren und aufgewachsen. Sein Großvater, Big Jim, hat das alles aufgebaut, sein Sohn Cole und dessen drei Söhne Quinn, Josh und Jake sind all
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Gina
Nov 09, 2013 rated it really liked it
Quinn by R.C. Ryan.

Wow, I gave this romance novel 4 stars! Not because it was an exquisite, edge-of-your-seat story, but because I finally found an author that can write and/or has a good editor and doesn't rely exclusively on detailed sex scenes to be the focus of the entire book. In other words, there's an actual story here. I would normally have given 'Quinn' 3 stars but after the last few disastrous encounters with romance novels I was so happy I jumped it an extra star.

Cheyenne has had a t
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Tina "IRead2Escape"
Quinn is the first book in the Wyoming Sky series by R.C. Ryan. I rated this book a 3, but that's only because Goodreads doesn't give a half option. This book is definitely a strong 3.5 Stars.

Quinn Conway is the oldest son of wealthy rancher Cole Conway. As young children the family suffered a terrible loss when their mother, who was loved very much by her husband and children, just up and disappeared without a trace. Quinn stepped up and took care of his brothers, as the family moved forward.
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Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
Jun 02, 2012 rated it really liked it
KcLu's review posted on Guilty Pleasures

4.5 Stars

Quinn is the first book in a new trilogy by RC Ryan centers around the three Conway brothers. This is my first book by RC Ryan, and I have to say I will be reading more!! I can’t wait for the rest of this series!!

When Quinn was young two traumatic events shaped his life path big time. First his mother disappears without a trace, and then he and his brothers witness an unnecessary killing of a momma wolf and her young pups. Now he not only works th
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Mary Gramlich
Mar 24, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Does every step I take lead me somewhere?

Quinn Conway grew up in a rugged part of Montana knowing that nothing came easy or was handed to you. He had a great family that supports him, even though the mystery surrounding his mother’s disappearance still haunts them all. Quinn took his childhood passion for wolves and has made it his life’s work gaining a reputation and respect in his chosen field. While following one of his wolf packs Quinn happens to cross paths with Cheyenne O’Brien, a feisty f
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Kati
**original review by Jamie posted at Romancing Rakes For The Love of Romance**

Hot Cowboy: check.
Strong Heroine: check.
A bit of mystery: check.

Quinn Conway is the oldest of three brothers. After a horrible incident that he and his brothers witnessed he has spent most of his life studying wolves. When he witnesses his Alpha wolf die at the hand of a rancher he goes to confront him. Only it’s not a him.

Cheyenne O’Brien has had a rough couple of years with the death of her brother followed by her fa
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Babs
May 03, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: romance, western, suspense

Quinn comes back home for a few days after his Wolf Pack has settled in to their den. Since he was young and witness a killing for a mom and her two wolf pups, things changed in him that day. Not only did his mom vanish from his family’s lives with no trace he see the pups pass as well. He meets up with his family for a few days on the ranch. After a break he heads back up into the hills with his wolf pack and the leader of the pack has been shot. Quinn is furious and trails the person who did i
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Aly
Jun 16, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
3.5 star

So it's the kind of book that make me undecided even after I finish it.

Did I enjoyed it? Yes. But was it extraordinary ? No. But do I want to read the others one ? I don't know.

The success of this book was the family part and the relashionship between the three brothers and their father. In spite of their mother's mysterious disappearance when they were young and even if years later they still don't know what happened the members of the family stayed close and keeped a sense of humour.
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drey
Jul 10, 2012 rated it liked it
The first in a new series, Quinn introduces the Conway brothers and their father and grandfather – along with the back story of the boys’ mother’s disappearance. Each Conway son has his own quirk, and Quinn’s is tracking wolves. When Quinn first meets Cheyenne O’Brien, he’s on the warpath after she’d shot an alpha wolf he’d been following. Then he finds out how wrong he was, and when Mother Nature throws them together, he goes along with it.

I love Quinn, and I love his family. Their relationship
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Sarah
Jun 11, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
What a great, great book. My absolute new favorite leading man. A lone wolf, pardon the expression, is transformed. Quinn was hit hard by his mothers disertion and transformed that energy into studing wolves, my absolute favorite animal ever. When Cheyenne shoots the alpha male he has been tracking for the past few years, his world is turnded around, and for the better, but a series of accidents threaten Cheyenne's ranch and her life, but Quinn will be there to help her through it all. An amazin ...more
Mary (BookHounds)
Apr 17, 2012 rated it it was amazing
MY THOUGHTS
LOVED IT
The story takes us to Quinn, the eldest of the three Conway boys and since his mother disappeared when they were kids, has taken the brunt of the abandonment. So when Quinn, who loves nature and all it's creatures finds one of his now adult wolf pups dead, he blames the nearby rancher, Cheyenne. She had good reason to believe that this wold was killing her cattle. Cute meet? I guess for the ranching world, this is normal. The pair find common ground even though they seem to be
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Judith
Mar 08, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
An engaging story of today's West and the experiences of the oldest of three brothers, all deeply impacted by their mother's unexplained disappearance. Quinn is also changed by an early experience involving the death of a wolf mother and pups, and ultimately becomes a nationally known expert on the life and habits of wolves. Tracking a pack for five years, the death of the Alpha also changes Quinn's life direction and embroils him in a deeper controversy and mystery surrounding a woman who owns ...more
Hope Frost
Oct 23, 2012 rated it really liked it
I am a huge fan of RC Ryan, and was very excited for this new series. I loved the chemistry between Quinn and Cheyenne. I wasn't sure who was taming whom, which was fun to watch. The first few scenes had me in tears, and I wasn't sure I wanted to read a tear jerker, but I am so glad that I pressed on. That teary scene made Quinn who he is, and in the same way, each brother took something from that day. The brothers are all so different but yet so much of their blood is in the ranch. The "bad guy ...more
C.
I was very pleased with the sweet development of the romance in this story, it was swoony and steamy. There is some not very graphic sex near the end.

Quinn Conway is wonderful hero material, and I loved his whole family and the ranch house staff too.

Cheyenne was a great heroine, and she and Quinn were wonderful together and both worthy of each other.

There is some good suspense dealing with incidents on Cheyenne's ranch, but not much mystery, as even I guessed correctly who the culprit was, but
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Brindi Michele
*I'm having a hard time rating this book, so I'm going to give it 2 1/2 stars. *

I felt the writing was repetitive, just cranking out nothing until a word quota was met. I mean if I hear how the family laughed, roared, or howled at someone's joke (which, in truth, might have been a fun jibe but not hilarious) I'm going to throw the book across the room. I wanted to put it down and not finish multiple times, but as I rolled my eyes through some repetitive dialog, I kept pressing on. I was practica
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Shannon
Apr 06, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: gifted
This is my first read by R.C. Ryan and I can't wait to revisit the Conways in Josh and then Jake. I really liked Quinn and loved Cheyenne (I may never hear Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" the same way). I felt they had chemistry and thought their flirting was cute. I also liked that this hero is a cowboy (of course!) yet has another passion he pursues, but comes back to his roots. I did have a few questions about how these two had never met or ran across each other when they both went into the s ...more
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New York Times bestselling author R.C. Ryan has written more than ninety fiction novels, both contemporary and historical. Quite an accomplishment for someone who, after her fifth child started school, gave herself the gift of an hour a day to follow her dream to become a writer.

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