Cooper

Cooper

by Kathi S. Barton

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940157394936
Publisher: World Castle Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 05/01/2017
Series: The Manning Dragons , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 191
Sales rank: 215,965
File size: 288 KB

About the Author

Kathi Barton, winner of the Pinnacle Book Achievement award as well as a best-selling author on Amazon and All Romance books, lives in Nashport, Ohio with her husband Paul. When not creating new worlds and romance, Kathi and her husband enjoy camping and going to auctions. She can also be seen at county fairs with her husband who is an artist and potter.
Her muse, a cross between Jimmy Stewart and Hugh Jackman, brings her stories to life for her readers in a way that has them coming back time and again for more. Her favorite genre is paranormal romance with a great deal of spice. You can visit Kathi on line and drop her an email if you’d like. She loves hearing from her fans. .
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Cooper 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
mysticbaby1991 More than 1 year ago
As true dragons Cooper and his brothers are dragons who can shift into humans, thanks to their father. To help them survive the humans killing the dragons their father sacrificed himself and cast a spell to allow them to blend in with the humans. Carson Langley just wanted to go home and sleep. But after working for 36 hours straight and talking bad about the company to the new owner, she just knows she's lost her job. However, the company is in more trouble than the new owner's, the Manning's, thought and they need Carson's help to train them about the company. Cooper isn't having the greatest of days. Now to make matters worse, the woman he was sent to pick up for his brothers has turned out to be his mate, and she's human! Cooper may have been living as a human to blend in for hundreds of years, but that doesn't mean he still doesn't blame them for the loss him and his brothers have suffered. Although Cooper wants nothing to do with his human mate, he knows he must protect her from the Slayers who would kill her just because of what she is to him. Can Cooper get over his hatred of humans and see that Carson is the woman who will balance him and complete him? Cooper has a lot of groveling to do and Carson doesn't make it easy for Cooper.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I do look forward to all of Kathi’s books and new series. Matter of fact I just bought the 2nd book of this series but I had to go back and read this book again. It was because of Carson and Copper’s story. I love Carson’s attitude and love her offers to everyone. Cooper well he has a lot to learn and in the end it all works out. I’m pretty sure the first time I read this I didn’t do a review at that time so now I am.
nikirenee More than 1 year ago
There is never a dull moment when you read one of Ms. Barton's books. I liked the twist in this series and don't think I have read another story that uses it. It was a unique idea and it worked really well. As usual, our male lead is always falling low on sense when he finally meets his other half and Cooper is no exception. If anyone could stick his foot in his mouth it would be him. I found Carson to be an interesting character. She starts out with you thinking one way about her and suddenly you see you were not even close to who she really is and what she becomes. This uniqueness makes her the perfect female to keep Cooper in line. A mixture of paranormal elements and entities keep the story moving along and several times make you smile. Nothing like a fairy poking the dragon and watching him squirm to bring a chuckle. The brief intro to the brothers leaves you wanting to know more and the tragic beginning touches your heart making you want them to succeed. A great into in to a new series. I volunteered to review this story for my honest opinion