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Told from dual third person perspectives (Cooper and Morgan) COOPER focuses on the building relationship between Cooper Simon- a writer and all around playboy, and Morgan Campbell- a young woman whose life and Olympic dreams were destroyed by an horrific accident that left our heroine scarred both inside and out. When Cooper’s sister in law Charlie hires a cleaning service to help around the house, Cooper struggles with his attraction to the woman who hides a multitude of secrets behind baggy clothes and an air of independence. Several off-hand comments by Cooper find our heroine walking away without a second glance only to be rehired to ‘catalogue and search’ the attic of the old home that Cooper now owns. What ensues is the building relationship between Cooper and Morgan, and the secrets both keep hidden from one another.
The relationship between Cooper and Morgan is one of immediate attraction but each has been burned by a relationship in the past. Morgan’s life spiraled out of control on an icy road that claimed someone close; Cooper’s self-imposed seclusion pits the writer against the man when his muse suddenly goes quiet. The $ex scenes are intimate and romantic.
There secondary and supporting characters include Cooper’s mother, as well as his brother Maverick and sister in law Charlie. We are also introduced to Morgan’s long-suffering father Ryan Campbell, a man who lost so much more the night Morgan’s life was destroyed.
The world building focuses on the Simon family dynamics: the close-knit family whose matriarch comes to visit with disheartening news, and the brothers whose life in the spotlight is not conducive to a normal life or a relationship kept hidden from the media limelight. Cooper and Morgan both have demons in the past, and it is these demons who continue to control their future.
COOPER is the final chapter in Juliana Stone’s THE FAMILY SIMON- a family with prestige, power, wealth, and political connections that make for some entertaining times. Cooper and Maverick’s story lines focus on the extended Simon family wherein their connections to the powerful elite make fair game for the paparazzi and media giants. The premise is emotional and heartbreaking as two people struggle with betrayal and loss; the characters are colorful and charismatic; the romance is a second chance for two people whose lives were diverted down differing paths only to find one another when they needed it the most.
Morgan Campbell has been through and lost so much in her young life. As the author intended, from the beginning I felt Morgan’s pain straight down to my bones, and I suffered right along with her. It’s heartbreaking. But she’s extraordinarily strong and never breaks. And that made me love her all the more.
Love heals many people in this book, but it all starts with Cooper and Morgan. Despite a rocky start, they finally open up to one another, get close, and passion soon overwhelms them. It’s an incredibly hot, beautiful thing to witness.
Juliana Stone has a remarkable ability to create vivid characters with incredible depth and emotions. They touch me like no others, as was the case with COOPER. It’s a box-of- tissue emotional, gripping, and sensual read that was well worth the wait. The only sadness comes in knowing the series has ended. If you haven’t read the series yet, do yourself a favor and start at the beginning with The Barker Triplets.
I would like to know so may be ordering the 2 books only if it's a continuation of Morgan & Cooper finding the people that r relatives of the house the Cooper bought.