The Trouble with Cowboys (A Big Sky Romance) by Denise Hunter

The-Trouble-with-Cowboys-by-Denise-HunterGenre: Romance
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: October 2012

Are you ready to fall in love with a cowboy? Annie Wilkerson wasn’t. On the contrary, she lived by the firm rule that anyone wearing cowboy boots and a hat was automatically disqualified from her “potential date list.” That included Dylan Taylor — no matter how handsome and irresistible he might be. After all, he’d always be a cowboy and they brought nothing but trouble. A fact Annie knew from experience.

Dylan didn’t intend on settling down. Getting attached only meant setting himself up for heartache. However, intrigued by the only woman who seemed immune to his charms, Dylan set out to win Annie over. What he didn’t count on was falling for the woman. Suddenly, he risked losing his heart to the one person who wouldn’t succumb to his killer smile and charismatic personality.

The Trouble with Cowboys is a fun, feel-good story that has the reader falling for the handsome, smooth-talking cowboy right along with Annie. Denise Hunter had me so wrapped up in Dylan and Annie’s tale that setting the novel down was pure torture. I had to cart the book to work so I could retrieve it during my lunch break or while waiting for the bus.

Anyone who’s ever had to deal with an irresponsible kid-sibling or those who’ve experienced a sometimes over-bearing older brother/sister will easily relate to the dynamics in Annie and Sierra’s love-hate relationship.

While the book is part of the series A Big Sky Romance, a fact I didn’t know until halfway through the novel, it can easily stand-alone. It would have been fun to know the background of some of the other characters, but it wasn’t crucial or necessary to follow the plot. The Trouble with Cowboys is perfect for anyone looking for a few minutes reprieve from everyday life to delve into an enchanting “happily-ever-after” story.

Review copy provided by the publisher. Thank you!

**Originally posted on Radiant Lit.


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