REVIEW: Wrangler’s Rescue (The Montana Cahills #7) by BJ Daniels

B.J.-DanielsTitle:  Wrangler’s Rescue (The Montana Cahills #7)
Author:  BJ Daniels

Genre: Western Romance
Publication Date:  November 20, 2018

She’ll risk everything to bring her cowboy back home…

One week ago, Cyrus Cahill told Ashley Jo “AJ” Somerfield that he’d be back in her arms by the weekend. He just needed to buy a bull for his ranch, and then they’d pick up where they left off after that romantic ride through the foothills. But now he’s gone missing and everyone—even the sheriff—believes he’s dead. 

Everyone…but AJ. She suspects foul play and she won’t rest until Cyrus is back home in Gilt Edge, right where he belongs. Because Cyrus isn’t the kind of cowboy who breaks a promise. And since she’s not the kind of woman who gives up on her man, AJ will risk anything to help bring him home…even her own life. 

Don’t miss this suspenseful conclusion of The Montana Cahills series from New York Times bestselling author B.J. Daniels.


I wasn’t familiar with BJ Daniels before reading Wrangler’s Rescue but I enjoy books about cowboys so I decided I’d give it a try.  One thing I love in romance is a bit of romantic suspense.  I don’t read it nearly enough, so when I do, it normally pulls me write into the story and keeps me turning the pages late into the night.  Wrangler’s Rescue was no exception.

Ok, so I was obviously at a bit of disadvantage when it came to this book because I’ve yet to read the previous Montana Cahill books, and I do think that would have helped me to enjoy the story a little more.  I normally don’t read books out of order, but made an exception for this one since there was no way I’d have time to read the other six.  However, I still know a good book when it comes down the line, and this was definitely one of them.

The basic plot of the story is that Cyrus Cahill has gone missing, and everyone believes him to be dead except for Ashley Jo “AJ” Somerfield.  Even as a reader, I had my doubts as to whether he would be found alive, but AJ never once doubted her interval instincts.  BJ Daniels takes the reader through a series of twists and turns, and kept me guessing until the very end.  I was enthralled with this story, and couldn’t put it down.  I had to know what happened, despite needing to sleep in order to function the next day.  It’s a sign of a truly good writer when he or she can keep their readers up most of the night flipping the pages of their books.  BJ Daniels is no exception.

Wrangler’s Rescue was a great introduction to the world of BJ Daniels, and I’m excited to dive into the other books in the Montana Cahill series and see what I’ve been missing out on.   Her writing is strong, I enjoyed her characters, and I loved her use of romantic suspense.  It wasn’t so far fetched that you couldn’t see it happening in real life, and I enjoyed know that the plot didn’t feel contrived.  Her pacing was excellent, keeping me on the edge of my seat for most of the journey.

I want to thank TLC Book Tours for giving me the opportunity to read and review Wrangler’s Rescue!

4/5 Stars

Purchase Links

Amazon | Books-A-Million | Barnes & Noble

About the Author

BJ-DANIELS.jpgB.J. Daniels’ life dream was to be a policewoman. After a career as an award-winning newspaper journalist, she wrote and sold 37 short stories before she finally wrote her first book. Since then she has won numerous awards including a career achievement award last year for romantic suspense.

She lives in Montana with her husband, Parker, two Springer Spaniels, Jem and Spot, and a temperamental tomcat named Jeff. When she isn’t writing, she snowboards, camps, boats and plays tennis.

Connect with B.J.

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BJ Daniels is giving away a customer made bag to her readers for the release of Wrangler’s Rescue.  You can enter to join the giveaway HERE.

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