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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

The Trouble With Cowboys

According to Annie, cowboys are Trouble with a capital T; especially good-looking, personable cowboys like Dylan Taylor. Dylan sees in Annie someone to spend the rest of his life with. Annie would rather run far, far away in the opposite direction whenever Dylan is near.

Annie is supporting her sister and her nephew while her sister finishes school, and she does this by training horses and writing a column in the Montana magazine. Dylan has a horse that has gone blind and needs Annie's help with the horse. Annie can't turn down a horse in need, so she takes on Dylan's horse in spite of her misgivings.

Denise Hunter has written a hum-dinger of a book that has a bit of mystery, a good dose of humor, and the antics of an unpredictable sister. The Trouble with Cowboys is that they are soooooo hard to ignore.

It's a great book to read on a cold, rainy afternoon when you are snuggled under a cozy blanket. Five stars, two thumbs up, and a bale of hay.

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