This is the fourth book in the Sons of Chance story, and the author spends a great deal of time trying to juggle all the previous characters. Fans of the series will enjoy seeing familiar faces, but new readers will have trouble navigating the awkward inclusion of everyone else’s story.
Tyler and Alex’s story packs some heat, but their relationship is stuck in either one of two modes—either they’re ripping each other’s clothes off in awkard locations (on top of a cold, wet rock?) or they’re allowing the smallest misunderstandings to completely derail their budding relationship. This will leave the reader frustrated Alex and Tyler never just say what they mean. Despite this, readers will find themselves wishing for a real cowboy of their own.
“Cowboy Up,” the fifth Sons of Chance book, is scheduled for release in July; “Cowboys Like Us,” the final book in the series, will be out in August.
Sarah M. Anderson's book reivew of the contemporary tale Creed's Honor by Linda Lael Miller.