The Trouble with Cowboys is another terrific novel in Denise Hunter’s Big Sky Romance series. Annie Wilkerson is a horse trainer and part-time columnist. But her paper has decided that a horse column no longer appeals to the readers, and ask her to write an advice to the lovelorn column instead. Annie can’t afford to lose the column’s income, because she’s trying to put her younger sister through college and help provide for both her sister and her nephew.
Dylan Taylor desperately needs Annie’s help to retrain his beloved horse Braveheart, who is going blind and acting up out of fear. Annie distrusts all cowboys, especially Dylan with his reputation as a playboy. But she strikes a deal with him to help her with the advice column, because surely he knows more about love than anyone else in town.
Annie reminds me of myself in many ways. She is strong and resourceful, but has trouble letting others, especially her sister Sierra, make their own mistakes. She also finds it difficult to accept help from others. Annie also makes some rash assumptions that cause problems for her as she judges people based on her imperfect knowledge.
Denise Hunter has written another great novel with characters you can relate to as they grapple with real issues.
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