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Cowboy Resurrection (Cowboy Cocktail) by [Hopkins, Mia]
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Length: 103 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 779 KB
  • Print Length: 103 pages
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (March 15, 2016)
  • Publication Date: March 15, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B016XTOQJW
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If you like a filthy-hot cowboy, you'll love Cowboy Resurrection. But as the scorching chemistry between Dean and Monica evolves into something deeper, this becomes more than an erotic romance. It's a compelling story about sacrifice and duty. Rarer still, it portrays a believable conflict surrounding a Sikh-American woman with a close-knit family who wouldn't approve of her relationship with a white man, much less a rodeo star with a reputation. Ms. Hopkins never undermines the intelligence and sophistication of her heroine, but still portrays the legitimate worries of an adult daughter concerned about alienating the family she loves via her personal decisions. And Dean...oh Dean. He's rugged, capable, raunchy and fun. A player, but not a commitment-phobe, and when he decides he wants Monica, watch out, because he's full of heart and will nobody can resist!
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Monica Kaur has returned to her hometown to help promote a rodeo in order to help out her brother's business. She just needs to meet with a local bull riding hero, Dean MacKinnon, to get him to sign up to help with the rodeo to make it a success but after a few No's and several unreturned phone calls Monica needs to get a little creative to enlist Dean's help.

When Monica and Dean meet the two are immediately attracted but with Monica's protective family that expects her to marry a Sikh, not a rodeo cowboy, the pair find themselves beginning a secret affair. Monica and Dean agree that their affair will have to end after the rodeo anyway and they are both consenting adults but will the pair be able to part after so much time together?

A wonderful little read with an opposites attract theme. Monica is the good "girl" that wants to please her family but has also built herself a life in the city but when she returns home she tries to please them but stay true to her own wants and desires. Dean is the hot and sexy cowboy that tried marriage once but doesn't plan on ever letting himself fall in love again. The two have chemistry that is off the charts and compliment each other wonderfully.

The religious aspect of Monica's family was also an interesting added element to the story making the romance a bit taboo if she wants to stay the perfect daughter in her families eyes. I found it a bit frustrating that someone in their thirties wouldn't stick up for their relationship but I'm not from a family with their views so it was an eye opener to think she would give up Dean for her family.

Overall, great characters with a steamy hot relationship.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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I love a story that surprises me by putting a different spin on the standard trope of boy meets girl, they travel a rocky road to happiness, but everything ends up OK. Mia Hopkins uses different cultures to demonstrate the pressures that people may experience as they try to find their soul mate.
In the first book of the Cowboy Cocktail series, Cowboy Valentine, the heroine was a strong, smart Hispanic young woman who tried to please her family, blaze her own trail and still find happiness with one of the McKinnon brothers. The McKinnons are a ranching family with four sons, each of whom has specific talents and aspirations.
In the second book of the series, Cowboy Resurrection, the oldest of the McKinnon brothers is a rodeo bullfighter who has returned home to help out while his father battles cancer. Monica Kaur is a marketing maven who has also returned to their hometown to try to help her brother’s failing hotel turn around. She brings a rodeo to the small ranching community in hopes that it will cause all of the businesses in town to flourish.
Now, here is where the book really grabbed my attention. Monica’s family are Sikhs. I’ve never read a romance that involved anyone from that culture. It makes for a different kind of love story, one that will take an alternate path if it is to reach an HEA.
Monica’s family expects that she will marry someone from their culture, and there are no ifs, ands or buts about it. When she begins hanging out with Dean McKinnon, they fall in lust and begin secret assignations in motels, Dean’s pickup and out in the countryside. Of course, Monica’s family finds out and her brothers and father firmly put a stop to it. The problem is, Monica and Dean have fallen in love.
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Of the hundred things I loved about this book (great writing, sizzling love scenes, rich sensory descriptions, fun secondary characters), the main two I'd have to boil it down to are PREMISE and CHARACTER. Premise: Sikh businesswoman falls for a hurting cowboy - that's what lends this book such depth and makes it rise above "typical" cowboy stories. As for character, well, I was in love with the hero even before the heroine was! The heroine, meanwhile, is truly worthy of the name, too - not just book-feisty but truly special, a woman on her own two feet. The love that blossoms between them is unrushed, genuine, true. *sigh* I loved this book from start to finish and highly recommend it, and not just for fans of western romance.

A few of the many passages I highlighted:
"Okay. Remember the stuff I said during the dance, about you going your way and me going mine?"
"Yeah."
"Total bulls***." He rubbed the wool brim of his hat...
(God, I love this guy!)

In the poppy field:
The riotous color grabbed her eyes and wouldn't let go. Everything dulled in comparison to that vivid orange. The dry grasses that just a moment ago seemed so yellow had turned a dull straw color. Even the clear blue sky appeared grayer.
Only Dean MacKinnon's eyes stood out, those pools of cool, pure blue.

And in yet another hot love scene:
"It's going to be a long night, princess," he said.
"I'm counting on it, cowboy," she whispered.

Can't find enough goos things to say about a book I truly enjoyed from start to finish.
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