Release Date: February 25
Both come without warning.
My heart opens to Cooper Haywood the moment we meet. How can it resist? He’s charming, devastatingly handsome, and sweeps me off my feet before I realize the impact he’s making. And then it’s too late.
We fall too fast to worry about the consequences.
We love so hard that we ache when we’re apart.
Even though I have a past that still haunts me and he has a future that could put us at risk, none of that matters when we’re together.
Until it does.
And then everything changes.
Although the best thing he ever gave me now calls me Mommy, I can’t help but wonder if Cooper Haywood and that fateful storm were one and the same.
Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars
Oh, my heart! SL Scott again delivers a powerful, angst-filled second chance romance that packs a whopper of an emotional punch. I was up into the wee hours of the morning reading because I could not put Best I Ever Had down!
Cooper and Story lived completely different lives, yet there are so many threads that connect them. Threads that they didn’t even know existed even after they met. Cooper lives the life of a prince, but in many ways, he is an emotional pauper, used as a pawn in his family’s game of success and fortune. I felt so badly for him during the scenes with his parents. They are such vile people, and they treated Story (and Cooper for that matter!) absolutely horribly.
Cooper and Story’s story was nothing short of amazing, despite the time, secrets, and unfortunate circumstances that pulled them apart. But just like they were destined to meet six years ago, when they cross paths again in New York City years later, it’s like no time has passed. Except that so much has actually happened to each of them. It was beautiful to see them pick up where they left off, talk through their issues, realized where they went wrong, and forge a new relationship with their little boy, Reed.
Cooper and Story loved fast, loved hard, and fell even harder. Best I Ever Had is full of angst and big emotions, but it has the most wonderful HEA! I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.