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It took me a little time to find my love for Asher. We didn’t meet or learn anything about him until “Beck”. So he’s the new guy. To be honest, I was also missing Cooper and wanted him back.
Asher & Cooper were more than brothers, they were best friends, and in a lot of ways Asher was a father figure to Cooper. They had to rely on each other to deal with the horrible childhood they were exposed to thanks to their unfit mother. The flashbacks in this story help us to understand why their bond was so strong, why Cooper felt the way he felt about relationships & women, and just how much of an amazing person Asher really is.
We also first meet Chelcie in “Beck”, she is employed by Dee and they are friends. She did not handle Dee’s attack well and found comfort in someone who was able to give her just what she needed at the time. I guess this would be the perfect time to say that everything happens for a reason. There is now a part of Zeke Cooper that will live on. And between that knowledge and the love of his Sunshine, Asher is able to cope with his grief and live again.
I love Chelcie & Asher together. Their story could not be complete without some drama and let me tell you, some of it you will not see coming. And the epilogue was just perfect.
I was a wreck in Beck because of events that brought Asher Cooper to town, but I didn't know how wrecked I'd be as I read about Chelcie's and Cooper's story and how those events would play into it until I was buried deep into this book.
In other words, especially if you have read Beck, have tissues at the ready because if you're a crier like me... you're going to need them.
We saw Asher Cooper begin his downward spiral in Beck and he was really down there at the beginning of Cooper when he's calling a woman by another's name (Chelcie) and Locke's cat is missing. He comes to realize that the one woman he doesn't deserve or shouldn't want, he wants. When he's around her, things are just better.
Chelsie wants nothing more from Cooper thank a distant friendship, yet she knows she needs to tell him about the secret she's keeping but because of how he's been, she's not sure she should. He has a right to know, but she knows she isn't ready to tell him yet.
Cooper and his Alpha ways and Chelcie and her strength, love, and encouragement help each other with their pasts, their building love, and telling each other their secrets.
At first, Asher is upset, but he comes around and it makes him love Chelcie and bond with her even more.
Will a woman from Cooper's past though, tear that apart?
I admit that because Asher wasn't truly a part of the other books until Beck and that I didn't grow to love him already in the other books, that I had my misgivings about this book and that I wasn't prepared to commit fully to it like I had the other books. I was kinda pissed actually that Coop didn't get his own book. But in a way, he did. To me, this was not only Asher's story, but Coop's story and Coop is very much a part of this book.
Harper not only showed Chelcie's strength and determination from the get go, but she made me root for Asher as he looked for Locke's cat and bega to fight for Chelcie and for a life with her, a family with her.
Having appearances by all the gang, from Sway to Emily (the way Emily showed up was AWESOME) just helped with the closeness of the characters and drew me into the story even more.
I laughed, got angry, cried, and cried some more, but in the end, Harper Sloan soared with this book. It is not a filler before Locke's story. It is the story of two brothers and how one woman made their family stronger and filled with more love than ever.
After reading Beck, I knew this continuing story was going to be an emotional one for me. Cooper was an amazing man, and so funny. He left the earth a hero, but his legacy would live on.
Chelcie Avery never anticipated being a mother yet. She had plans and goals for her life. She wanted to someday meet a great guy, have a wonderful romance, and the settle down. She never imagined becoming pregnant after a one night stand, and then loosing the father before she could ever tell him. Another thing she never expected was to have feelings for the father's brother; Coop's brother Asher Cooper.
"I might still be holding a ridiculous crush on Asher Cooper, but I like to think that even I'm smarter than to let that torch burn when it's clear he wants to stay in the darkness."
Asher Cooper is a broken man, but he puts on a good facade most of the time. He spent his childhood protecting his little brother from their awful mother and the bullies they faced daily. His brother was his everything, and when he was taken away, Asher fell into a deep depression.
"My brother was my reason for living. For as long as I can remember, he was the reason I woke up, and now he's gone, I have no clue how to move on from this darkness I've been drowning in. Every time I close my eyes, I see his smile and it kills me to know that I wasn't there to save him when he needed me. For the first time that I can remember, I let him down."
My heart broke in so many pieces for him and his loss. The only person that made his life just a little bit brighter was the girl that lived in the same building as him, Chelcie. The attraction in undenyable, but it's not easy. Chelcie has this major secret that she's holding onto and she knows that Asher needs to know, but will it destroy him more?
"Why do you keep acting like I'm going to hurt you?"
"Because Asher...Because you hold the power to crush me, just like I hold the power to do the same to you."
"The last thing I want is to hurt you in any way."
"I know that, and I feel the same way."
Oh my gee!! Asher's reaction to his brother's legacy living on killed me! I was a mess! Grab some tissues, and maybe a chocolate bar! hehe
"I'll love this baby regardless of whether you want me in your life or not, but God, baby, please let me be the man you both deserve."
Come on!!! Seriously! That man is...gahhh!!! Plus, the way he calls her Sunshine makes my heart melt just a bit:)And she calls him baby and he melts. It just great!
"What is complicated to you is our perfect."
Harper has such a way with words when it comes o these alpha males. I swoon, I cry, I laugh, and I want to hold them. Even though things are working out between Chelcie and Asher, demons still live within your mind. How do you move past them? Can you ever really get rid of the darkness to see the light that's right in front of you?
"You have to start living you life for the future that you're alive for, not the past that you're willing to die for."
That line! Wow! Again I say, Harper draws you into these stories and you only want more!
Asher and Chelcie's story hit home with me a little because of a loss I've went through. I love how she showed that it's okay to still grieve, but don't forget about the world around you and those that are still living.
I loved this book so much and now I'm so much more excited for Maddox's story!! I don't want these men to go away!!