To celebrate the release of The Trouble with Cowboys Denise is hosting a fun Author Chat Party on Facebook. She'll connect with readers and give away some amazing prizes - including a Kindle Fire!
Save the Date for October 11th!
Grab your copy of Denise Hunter’s latest book and join her for an Author Chat Party on October 11th at 8:00 PM EST (that’s 7:00 Central, 6:00 MST, & 5:00 PST)! Haven’t read The Trouble with Cowboys yet? That’s okay, don’t let that stop you from coming to the party! (You may win a copy!)
During the evening she’ll be sharing the story behind the book, posting discussion questions, testing your trivia skills, and of course, there will be plenty of chatting and fun giveaways – books, gift certificates and – a Kindle Fire! She’ll also be giving you a sneak peek of her next book too!
RSVP today and then come back on the 11th … and bring your friends!
This is the third book in this series and I have enjoyed them all. If you haven't read the other two you will still be able to follow this book as a read alone story. The book revolves around Annie and Dylan, both has issues from their pasts they are dealing with. Annie the fact her father was a cowboy and left her and her sister when they were young. Dylan with a former girlfriend that crushed his heart. Neither want to love the other for these reasons. We see with Annie how the past can play a huge factor in not only her life but the life of her sister and we also see how past hurt can make a person not want to go where they may be hurt again even if it means missing out on what could be the love of their lives. I enjoyed the way Denise wrote this book and let us see how our lives can be affected by past issues and also show how we can deal with them too. We also see how Annie is trying to live up to a promise to her grandfather about looking after her sister but in the same time she seems to not be listening to what her sister is saying. It shows how sometimes we need to not decided for another person but listen to what they say and validate it. I could relate to the sister in this way as I have had someone try to make me do what they thought was best for me without considering if it was what I wanted to do.