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  • The Trouble with Cowboys

    The Trouble with Cowboys is the third book in Denise Hunter’s A Big Sky Romance series, coming after A Cowboy’s Touch and The Accidental Bride. I have really, really loved this series so far, but I think this novel is my favorite of the three. The story was just so completely perfect, and I loved Dylan from the first moment I met him back in A Cowboy’s Touch so I was super excited to find out he was getting his own book. Once I started this story and was introduced to Annie, I found I loved her just as much, and I knew that they were a perfect match, so I was cheering for them from day one. Annie Wilkerson is by far my favorite female character from this series. Although I didn’t always agree with the way she bossed her little sister Sierra around—even though that’s probably exactly how I would be if I were in her situation—I still loved her fire and determination and her love for Sierra and her son. She is such a hard worker and just wants to do her best by her sister and the promise she made to their grandfather on his deathbed, and that is something worth admiring. Plus, I just love the way that Denise shows how human Annie really is. She struggles with fear and control just like so many others, and I love how Denise weaves that in, and shows how Annie can be open and realize her faults and learn to fix them. Dylan Taylor is definitely one of my favorite characters in this series, but I haven’t yet decided if he or Travis from the second book is my absolute favorite. I love them both. Dylan may seem like a bit of a womanizer at first, but I knew from the start that it was just a façade to hide something deeper going on, and as I made my way through this book and learned the truth behind his scars, I couldn’t help loving him all the more. My heart went out to him, especially as I watched him set aside his fears and open his heart to Annie, and that just made this book so much more enjoyable for me. All in all, I really loved this book, and I’ve already given it a permanent place on my all-time favorites list. Clearly, I can’t give The Trouble with Cowboys anything other than all five bookshelves, and it has just helped me to remember once again why I love Denise and her writing. I’m so glad I had the chance to read more of her older novels, and now I’m even more excited for her latest book, Just a Kiss, that releases next month!

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