Book Review: ‘The Wrangler’s Last Chance’ by Jessica Keller

Love Inspired takes you on an uplifting journey of faith, forgiveness and hope. Fall in love with stories where faith helps guide you through life’s challenges, and discover the promise of a new beginning.

Moving on is easier said than done. Can two people with broken past come together to form a future?

Self-proclaimed wanderer Carter Kelly doesn’t intend to set down roots when he’s hired as head wrangler at Red Dog Ranch—then he meets Shannon Jarrett. Still healing from a troubled past, Shannon finds a kindred soul in Carter. But will working on a fund-raiser with Shannon make Carter see what’s been missing in his life all along?

About Jessica Keller

A coffee drinker, avid reader, semi-professional fangirl, and chocolate aficionado, Jessica spends way too much time on Instagram and Pinterest. She writes both Young Adult Fiction (under Jess Evander) and Inspirational Romance.

Jessica calls the Midwest home. She lives for fall, farmers’ markets, and driving with the windows down. To learn more about Jessica Keller please visit

My Rating: 4 Stars!

‘How someone treats you doesn’t define who you are. It only reveals who they are.’

Jessica Keller brings us the third book in her Red Dog Ranch series and it is very good indeed.
Shannon Jarrett is the kid sister of three older brothers and they’ve always treated her as if she couldn’t function if they weren’t there to protect her and watch over her. This fact has annoyed her to no end. When the new head wrangler, Carter Kelly, rescues her pet goose, Shannon feels as if she’s found someone to confide in. Shannon has endured a pretty painful break up and Carter has some horribly painful issues in his past, so can they trust God with all this so that He can bring healing to them both?

This book carries a significant faith message, which I thoroughly enjoy. The elderly veterinarian and his wife were two of my favorite characters in this book and they were two people who surely knew what God can do in a surrendered life. I wept at one part, but I won’t give it away. I haven’t read the first two books in this series, and now I must go back and read them!

*My thanks to the publisher, Love Inspired for a complimentary copy of this book through Net Galley. The opinions stated here are entirely my own.

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