The Trouble with Cowboys Paperback
by Denise Hunter;
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The Trouble with Cowboys
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Annie Stevens is the premier horse trainer in Moose Creek, Montana, and writes a horse advice column to help put her little sister through college and to support her young nephew. Money's tight, so when the vexing Dylan Dawson needs assistance with a blinded horse, it's not easy to turn down the extra cash. But turn it down she must, for her own sanity.
Then Annie's editor tells her she must change her column to a lovelorn column. Annie - who's never been in love - knows she needs help fast. And no one is more qualified for the job, unfortunately, than the smooth-talking, lady-charming Dylan Dawson.
Tension builds as they work together on both projects. As Annie's life begins falling apart around her, she realises she needs to let God have control, and she fights to put aside her prejudice toward cowboys - no easy task with Dylan's unwavering attention. The last thing she needs is to fall for a man who would only break her heart. And she knows he will because that is the trouble with cowboys.
The Trouble with Cowboys by Denise Hunter was published by Thomas Nelson in October 2012 and is our 2736th best seller. The ISBN for The Trouble with Cowboys is 9781595548030.
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Details for The Trouble with Cowboys
|Author / Artist||Denise Hunter|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (October 2012)|
|Number of Pages||304|
|Page last updated||29th August 2017|