Cooper by Harper Sloan
Oh Harper, you really brought it with Cooper! When we last left the team at Corps Security, there was a tragedy and a potential complication to the couple's relationship. Asher comes to the situation with his own baggage and Chelcie is carrying her own (literally). It's so refreshing to see this sort of situation handled so well. I love the suspenseful element in Corps Security, and I'm looking forward to hearing from Maddox later this year.
~ Nelle [June 2014]
The Corps Security boys know how to win over their women, and I loved watching Asher win over Chelcie. Because he was an ass in the beginning, and lost a lot of ground in being the man for her to love. Though, Chelcie keeping the baby a secret was not good on her part, and you knew it was going to blow up in her face. Ash thought he was competing with his brother, but Chelcie has only ever had feelings for Asher, and when they finally get together, he realizes he can be the man her and the baby need. There wasn’t as much suspense or Kleenex needed this time around, but I was fine with that. I liked the focus more on Chelcie helping Asher recover and falling in love, plus seeing the rest of the Corps Security family is always a great bonus.
~ Marissa [June 2014]
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Do you take me seriously? Because I don’t. I use my jokes and easygoing personality to hide the pain I’ve felt since he took his last breath. I’m adrift without my partner in crime, my best friend…my brother. I can taste the vengeance just within my grasp. Until she barges into my life. Promising me happiness and a peace I’ve been craving for years. She is the sun to my darkness, the happy to my despair. But she holds secrets. Just like I do. She holds hers close, where I just pray mine don’t rock the walls we’re trying to build. Now I’m stuck at a crossroads between my desire for revenge and my craving for her and the life we could have together—and I have no idea which road I should travel. All I know with crystal clear certainty is that the past has the power to destroy it all.