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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Cowboys At Coconuts is a work of contemporary heartwarming romance penned by author Beth Carter. The fourth installment in the Coconuts romance series, this particular storyline follows a series of characters from different walks of life who arrive for a cocktail at Coconuts in this series-connected stand-alone read. Four central female characters carry the action: socialite Cheri, bank marketer Alex, struggling daughter Hope and the heavily pregnant Suzy. Each has their own problems, be they family relationships, work issues or unlucky love lives, and their time at Coconuts will either help or hinder their dramas as the ladies learn important and uplifting life lessons.
For romance, drama, laughs, twists and turns, author Beth Carter has her readers covered from beginning to end. It was easy to pick up the vibe of the series without having read the other novels, and the narration flows smoothly between the different characters, winding their stories together in a plot that delivers plenty of information and relationship interplay, but without overloading the scenes with any unnecessary background. One of the things that impressed me most was Carter’s talent with dialogue, which helps to distinguish such an ensemble cast as each one enters the scene, and the emotional investment she puts into each of the women to make them resonant and distinct in their hopes, goals, and struggles throughout life. As such, there’s always someone to connect with, and overall Cowboys at Coconuts is a highly recommended romantic and dramatic read for fans of clean contemporary reads.