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The Cowboy in Unit E (Mockingbird Place) by [Cook, Kris]
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Length: 162 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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The good news is the most gorgeous cowboy I've ever seen is moving in next door to me. The bad news? He's not alone. Hanging on his arm is a very pregnant woman. Are they a couple? It sure looks like they are. So not only is he not gay, but he also has a girlfriend, or a wife, or whatever. Just my luck.


21-year old Trace Cotton is an artist who never shows his paintings to anyone. When cowboy Luke Wagner moves into Mockingbird Place with a very pregnant Ava, Trace believes he must fight his attraction to Luke since he’s taken.

When Ava collapses outside Trace’s apartment, he comes to her rescue. Things aren’t what they seem on the surface, but when Trace finds out the truth will it be too late for a chance at something real with Luke?

Warning: contains hot showers with singing, two sexy men kissing, and sexual situations taking place in a 10-unit Mediterranean complex filled with college-aged hotties.

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  • Print Length: 162 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B014S5MIO8
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #181,140 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A second great book in the series, even better than the first! 19 November 2015
By Dana Busenbark - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
This story in the series deals with Luke and Ava who move into Unit E of Mockingbird Place. It also includes Trace and Jackson from next door. There are some seriously messed up vibes between Trace and Luke at the beginning, about Luke's relationship with Ava. Especially after Trace sees the photographs in the hallway. Can they get past that? The Marine in Unit A and Oliver get married, and right after they're married, Ava goes into labor. What happens with that? What happens when Luke and Trace are out one evening enjoying a meal and a football mate of Trace's from when he was 13 walks in? What does Luke do for Trace and the others? I'm not going to say too much more about this, but if you have not read the Marine in Unit A, read that one first, then read this one so it all makes more sense! Just be prepared for one hell of a cliff hanger at the end of this one. I cannot wait for the third book to come out in 2016 now!

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Cowboy in Unit E 18 November 2015
By MM Book Escape (KMac) - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
The Cowboy in Unit E, by Kris Cook, is the second novella in his A Mockingbird Place series. If you read the first book, The Marine in Unit A, then you are familiar with the residents that live there and what a joy they are to visit.

Ava and Luke are moving into Unit A and to everyone watching from the distance it appears that they are a loving, married couple and are expecting a baby very soon. However, everything is not as it appears and one tenant gets started on the wrong foot when Luke does a little flirting.

Trace is attracted to Luke as soon as he sees him and wants to make a move. When he sees a photo of Luke and Ava at a wedding, their own, he is devastated and leaves without allowing Luke to explain.

Trace is an artist and painting is not only his passion but it's therapy. Still suffering from a childhood trauma he can't find it within himself to show his work to anyone, saying that it is his therapy and can't be shared.

Jackson, Trace's best friend and roommate understands and supports Trace with his art, but he thinks Trace needs to talk to Luke and find out his story. He knows how bad Trace wants to find someone to love and the cute cowboy across the hall is definitely giving some interested signals.

This story is a sweet and emotional journey for the characters as well as the reader. There are some very important issues that are addressed and the author allows the characters to work it out in their own pace.

There is a lot of love at Mockingbird Place and I love how all of the neighbors come together to help each other out. They are always there for each other regardless of the situation.

The Cowboy in Unit E is an enjoyable, fast-paced story with little angst but with lots of emotion and affection. We meet new characters, we get to see characters from the previous book get their moment that we've all been waiting to see, and we are introduced to the characters in the next book.

Mockingbird Place is quickly becoming a familiar hangout where you can curl up on the couch, grab a cup of coffee, and visit with old friends for the day. As the new tenants are brought into the family dynamic we are able to laugh with them and share in their joy and love. And, there will be a few surprises that you don't want to miss.

Each book, in my opinion, can be read as a standalone, however knowing the history of Mockingbird Place, what it means to most of the people living there is very important and shouldn't be missed.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Love the Residents at Mockingbird Place 24 November 2015
By Robin Powers - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Trace is an art major at college which causes some problems since he has high anxiety about anyone seeing his paintings. Cowboy Luke just moved into Mockingbird Place with a very pregnant Ava. When Luke hits on Trace, sparks fly but Trace isn’t about to start something with someone already in a relationship. With all kinds of obstacles, will Trace find love and be able to share his talent?

“He knows me better than anyone. It’s hard for me when my emotions are so strong. I feel exposed.

‘Come on, Trace. Let me in. Please.’

I take a deep breath. ‘Fine. The a**hole kissed me.’

‘What a**hole? Luke?’

‘Yes, Luke. Can you believe it? The minute Ava is out of sight he starts flirting with me.’ I recount everything that happened. ‘So you see why I’m livid.’”

In Mocking Bird Place Book 2, we encounter more people having a rough time. Luke and Ava have just been through a tragedy and are still recovering. Luke also went through a very traumatic experience. I was touched at how the three of them worked together to help each other heal. We also continue to see how strong of a family unit the residents at Mockingbird Place are. This series is very sweet, and I love the interactions between the neighbors. I always get a lot of warm and fuzzy feels when I read this series.

If you also enjoy M/M, check out this cowboy’s love story and find out what’s going on with the quirky residents at Mockingbird Place. I know I’ll continue checking in with them and reading about what Jackson is up to in the next book.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A better book for me than the first in the series 19 November 2015
By Lora J. - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
4 out of 5 stars

This is the 2nd book in the series and I read them back to back. The first book was good, but I had a hard time really loving it. This book was so much more better for me. The emotions were stronger. The relationships with the characters seemed deeper. The secondary characters felt more like people I would want to know.

I also liked that the relationship didn’t take as long to develop in this book. It was still 50% through the book before we really had any dates, but they connected faster and deeper than the men in the first book.

This book wasn’t perfect for me though. I still felt like the character’s self doubt is almost too much. Sometimes I feel like authors put too much weight in their characters doubts and then the story gets weighed down with too much drama. I did enjoy that Luke was able to help Trace overcome his doubts and the times when they were working through things were some of my favorite scenes.

Like in chapter 15. I don’t want to give much away, but this chapter really helped me bond with Luke...I felt like after the chapter, he was really a good guy for Trace and their bond seemed to really solidify for me. Then there are the the emotions in a scene with some of Trace’s old friends. This scene really got to me. Like I got goosebumps and everything.

Overall, this author is improving and his work is something I will likely continue to follow.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Sweet 22 November 2015
By avid reader - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
The Cowboy in Unit E (The Mockingbird Place #2) by Kris Cook
4 stars
M/M Romance
Trigger: Pedophilia, rape, death
I was given this book for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads.

This story began so sweetly. You had Luke and Ava, the new tenants and then an entire community of people who were all there for each other. Jackson and Trace have been roommates for a long time and while their relationship is not romantic, they love each other like brothers.

Despite some miscommunication at the beginning that causes some angst in the story, the real dilemma and story was between Trace and his struggles - his past and with Luke, trying to figure out where to go from where he is now.

The attraction that Luke and Trace feel is very strong. Cook does a good job describing their initial reactions. And, while Trace is trying to figure out a way in to Luke's heart, Trace has to confront his own demons from the past.

I really liked how Cook was able to resolve those issues and how Luke was the one to show Trace that his past did not have to define his future. I did find it somewhat difficult to figure out whether or not this was a very fast timeline or short one. At any rate, I felt that the romance part was very "insta" and that's not my favorite.

Despite that, I enjoyed the story and can't wait for Jackson's story!!!