Cowboy Resurrection, book two in my Cowboy Cocktail series, released on March 15. This week, I'd like to share a few reviews with you. The book is available for purchase at all book retail sites. Click here to get a copy!
To all my readers and reviewers, thank you so much. Writing for the most part is a solitary activity, and we never know how our stories will be received. Your reviews mean a lot to me.
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"Even though I'd seen other reviews that mentioned how *hot* this story was, I still found my eyebrows shooting up my forehead. Ms. Hopkins can write sex!"
—Goodreads review, 4/5
"I loved reading Cowboy Resurrection. I found the dynamic between the characters and the storyline quite enjoyable and look forward to reading more by this author." —Goodreads review, 4/5
"The story unfolds rapidly, but the fast pace doesn’t make it any less pleasing. I have to admit, I was crushing on Dean with all his southern charm, and I admired Monica and all her umph. She’s a go-getter and she can play as hard as she works. The chemistry between them was hot enough to shame the sun..." —Goodreads review, 4/5
"The hero, Dean, is a great character - his cowboy swagger is oh so sexy! I loved Monica too - she's a strong woman who works hard and deeply loves her family. Dean and Monica make a fun couple, they have fabulous chemistry and really belong together." —Goodreads review, 4/5
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"Cowboy Resurrection by Mia Hopkins feels like a fish out of water story. And, it is hot, hot, hot! A marketing hot shot called home from the Bay area to her farming and ranching community to help her brother save his hotel. Monica is driven, beautiful and doesn't want to fit into the mold her parents have prepared for her in the traditional Sikh role. Unique and interesting characters, complex story and disparate goals make this into an explosive tale." —Amazon review, 5/5
"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!"—Amazon review, 5/5
"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." —Amazon review, 4/5
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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...I loved this clash of cultures as a platform for romance. Mia Hopkins is an imaginative author who doesn’t take the easy road to a formulaic book. I look forward to the stories of the other two McKinnon brothers." —Review by Becky Condit, USA Today Happy Ever After blog, recommended read
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"This erotic romance is seriously dirty. Dean and Monica play hard while they work on getting the details for the rodeo ironed out. However, they don’t do a good job keeping their affair a secret and are found out by Monica’s family...Dean makes a decision to Monica is the one for him - and he goes to some amazing lengths to win not only Monica back but to win over her family. My heart melted for Dean. Cowboy Resurrection is a fantastic erotic romance with a diverse heroine. Monica’s religion and family are important parts of this story. I have also read the first book in this series, Cowboy Valentine and recommend it as well." —Review by Jennifer Porter, Romance Novel News, "Don't Miss These Books!"