Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Review: Cowboys Mine

Cowboys Mine
Cowboys Mine by Stacey Espino

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This one is a hard one for me to review since it's not my normal type of read, but it was the "Menage Book of the Month" read on my group, and I really wanted to give it a go.

It was a good book for the New Adult (NA) genre. A slight step above YA. It was tender and sweet, and surprising in some parts.

I'm used to reading BDSM novels, more along the lines of dark, taboo, and non-con. So in fairness to the author, I will not make those comparisons.

Cowboys Mine is a story about twins, Colt and North, the boys next door, who love and protect the innocent girl next door, Eva. They've known each other all their lives. Eva being 4 years younger than the boys, was always watched over by them, she was the one bright spot in their otherwise not so perfect lives. Most times Eva didn't mind their protectiveness, but she's 22 now and all grown up and ready to show them and her dad that she's ready to take on a more adult role.

She decides to go in to the city for the big fair where she is going to show her prize cows. But Colt and North go behind her back and talk to her father, it's just not safe for a girl like Eva to go alone. Her father agrees and much to Eva's displeasure, the twins will be with her for the entire time. But she loves them, and soon her anger is forgotten and they are just Colt, North, and Eva.

A lot of things happen on this trip, that lead the 3 to the conclusion that they love each other in a much different way, and the heat level does pick up quite a bit.

Will Eva choose Colt or North in the end? Will her parents accept her new relationship?

If you enjoy young love, a little heartbreak, and a lot of chivalrous sexy cowboys, and some sexy lovin' between the girl/boys next door, then Cowboys Mine is a must read.

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