The Trouble with Cowboys, by Denise Hunter, is the third book in the Big Sky Romance series. Just like the previous two books in the series, A Cowboy’s Touch and The Accidental Bride, this story brings the residents of Moose Creek to life in a way that makes the reader feel as though he’s known them all his life.
In this book, Annie Wilkerson is struggling to keep control of her life. She trains horses, writes a column for the newspaper part-time, dates the town banker, provides for her younger sister’s college education, and helps raise her nephew. But when things start to fall apart, she has nowhere to go but God and Dylan Taylor, a cowboy that she doesn’t trust—just because he is a cowboy. Her horse training advice column gets cancelled and her only option is to take over the love advice column. But she has no experience, so she enlists Dylan’s help. Little does she know that he doesn’t have much experience either. With her column in jeopardy, her sister rebelling against Annie’s plans, and her traitorous heart responding to Dylan, she soon finds herself in real trouble.
I enjoyed this book. It is a quick read and holds the reader’s attention until the very end!
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