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Saturday, February 1, 2020

Lucky Chance Cowboy blog tour

Welcome to my Lucky Chance Cowboy blog tour

Lucky Chance Cowboy
by Teri Anne Stanley
Publication Date: 1/28/2020
Genre: Contemporary
Series: Big Chance Dog Rescue #2

At Big Chance Dog Rescue, everyone can find a forever home

Marcus Talbott is a soldier through and through, and he's not going to let an injury keep 
him from his Army unit. Sure, his last mission nearly broke his back, but that's nothing his
 positive attitude and work ethic can't fix, right? In the meantime, he's got a place on the 
board at the Big Chance Dog Rescue, and flirting with his friend's sassy sister, Emma, is a
 welcome distraction.

Emma Stern is barely scraping by while working and caring for her elderly grandfather, 
but she's running out of options—and hope. The last thing she has time for 
is Marcus and 
his flirting, sexy as he might be. But every time Emma thinks she's reached 
the end of her rope, 
Marcus is there to lend a hand. Maybe there's more to the handsome playboy after all…

When Teri Anne Stanley isn’t writing sassy, sexy, love stories from her home near Sugartit,
 Kentucky (which is between Beaver Lick and Rabbit Hash. Seriously), she’s probably doing 
some sort of arsty-crafsty thing and hanging with Mr. Stanley, her three favorite children, 
and the dogs. Sometimes she’s masquerading as a day job science geek. 
she’s definitely not cooking 
or cleaning.

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My thoughts
Title: Lucky Chance Cowboy
Series :Big Change Dog Rescue #2
Rating: 3.4 to 4
Would I recommend it?yes
Would I read more of this series ? Yes
Would I read more by this author? Yes
This is the first time I've ever read anything by this story and while it's a second book in a series I had no problems following the story ,or understand what was going on. One of the things I loved about it was how the author bright to live the struggles of our veterans and how their lives as well as their loves change when they come back from war. Another thing I loved was how the main characters took rescue dogs and trained them as well as and give them a second chance at live because they deserved a chance of happiness as well. The only problem I had going into the story was how Emma kept comparing Marcus to her late husband, and didn't really want to give him a chance or want to believe he was  injured until she found out.After that the story was great. With that said I want to say thanks to
Sourcebooks Casablanca as well as Netgalley for letting me read and review exchange for my honest opinion.

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