Cowboy Rising (Cowboy Cocktail, #5) by Mia Hopkins

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Cowboy Rising (Cowboy Cocktail, #5)Cowboy Rising by Mia Hopkins
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Georgia Meyers is a journalist and has gone to the MacKinnon Ranch to try to write an article about the ranch in an effort to save her job at a failing newspaper. Daniel MacKinnon had to leave a very good career as a petroleum engineer to return to his family’s ranch to take over running the family business and while frustrated with giving up his dreams the last thing he wanted was to deal with a reporter. However sparks fly between Georgia and Daniel when the pair find themselves sharing a steamy night together but with very different lifestyles would this pair have any hope at a future?

Cowboy Rising is the fifth book in the Cowboy Cocktail series by Mia Hopkins. While I have read the entire series I can safely say these are perfectly find to read as standalone books as each is a completely different couple and situations not related to the other books in the series. Each book in the series features a new steaming hot relationship with a sexy cowboy. All being short reads everything is quite fast paced in all the books.

This fifth book in the series quickly became one of my favorites just due to the fact that I completely enjoyed both of these characters. Both at different places in their lives but quite mature in the way they handle their situations they became quite likable and couldn’t help rooting for their steamy night to become more between the pair. A great addition to this series so if a fan of a quick sexy read I’d recommend checking this one out.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.

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