Big Chance Cowboy by Teri Anne Stanley

Big Chance Cowboy by Teri Anne Stanley
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

At Big Chance Animal Rescue,
Even humans get a second chance

After a disastrous mistake disbanded his Army unit, Adam Collins has returned home to Big Chance, Texas. He just wants to sell the family ranch, set up his sister and grandfather with the funds, and then ride off into the sunset.

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Adam wants nothing to do with other people, much less dogs. But when his old flame asks him to help her train her scruffy dog, he can’t say no. As his reluctant heart opens up, the impossible seems possible: a second chance with the woman he’s always loved in a place where he, his friends, and the other strays who show up can heal and call home, Big Chance, Texas.

These big-hearted dogs (and their humans!) all need that last, great chance at finding home…and a forever sort of love.

Dogs, their masters and mistresses, and redemption.

I’m a sucker for dog books. Look through my previous reviews and you’ll see it. I like my dog books. I like the work of this author, too. Teri Anne Stanley has penned a story that kept me on the edge of my seat needing to know what would happen next. I liked the characters, even when they annoyed me, and I wanted to know more. My favorite character has to be D-Day.

The characters are flawed and it’s a good thing. I got emotionally involved with them right away. D-Day is a big, goofy dog that wants to belong. He ends up in Lizzie’s SUV and won’t leave. I know it’s a bit of a stretch for a stray to become a service dog so fast, but I liked how D-Day attached to Adam and helped him with his PTSD. Lizzie is a piece of work in that she’s headstrong, but I liked it. She knew what she wanted and why she wanted to stay around Big Chance. I wish she wouldn’t have worried about her past so much, but who hasn’t got things they wish they could change? You know? Then there’s Adam. I wasn’t a fan of the way he referred to D-Day as ‘it’, but he grew on me. I also wasn’t a fan of his constant insistence on leaving Big Chance. He knew a lot, but not everything. I also liked Loretta, the poor pit bull left for dead with her pups. I won’t get into the details, but if animal abuse is a trigger for you, Lortta’s part of the story and mentions in other places in the story will be triggers. Unfortunately, animals aren’t always treated like royalty and this book doesn’t glorify it, but it does show another way to handle the aftermath.

If you’re looking for a romance that’s got flawed characters, dogs and redemption, then this is the book for you. Grab a copy.

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