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  • Thank you for this ARC

    Fifth book in the Turner vs Cooper series. The Turners and the Coopers have a long-standing feud. Their elders, Jed Turner and Virginia Cooper hate each other with a passion. Now, to make matters worse, they both compete for the Founder’s Prize to win the Ridley property, at the borders of Turners and Cooper ranches. Winning is important for both families to control the water source because their ranches are failing. Even worse there is a drought. The Turners are considered good and honest citizens, their dead father was a cop. On the contrary, the Coopers have not such a good standing since their father died in jail, being sentenced for poaching. At last Steel’s story. At the beginning of the book we learn that he is an undercover deputy, looking for a serial killer targeting young girls. It is a difficult way to live, always on the outskirts of his family and unable to connect with Stella Turner, a girl he have always loved. Stella also is attracted to Steele but, like everyone, believes the is may be delinquent. She wants to be a deputy and she can’t see a future with him I really liked this book, it was engaging with a mystery to solve and the best in the series.Steel is my favorite character so far .

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  • Loved it, 4,5 Stars

    The Cowboy's Forbidden Bride by Cora Seton is the final book in her Turners vs. Coopers Series. The other books in this series are The Cowboy's Secret Bide; The Cowboy's Outlaw Bride; The Cowboy's Hidden Bride and The Cowboy's Stolen Bride. TCFB is Steel Cooper and Stella Turner's book. Steel is a man who's living in the shadows and he has a major crush on Stella since forever. She's the girl next door, now all grown up and he simply can't stay away from her, but he should. Welcome back to Chance Creek. Reading the book and meeting all the characters from previous books was like visiting friends. It's a story with twists and turns and the fitting conclusion to a fantastic series, 4,5 beautiful stars.

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  • What an amazing ending to this series! A must read

    Wow what an ending to this series! The Turners and Coopers have certainly had to work hard for their happily ever afters. Steel and Stella are no exception, bad reputations, undercover work and serial killers really make their happy ending a hard fought battle but, as always with Cora’s books our hero and heroine find their way to each other and there HEA. I loved the epilogue at the end, was lovely to see where each couple is after a few years and to leave this series knowing everyone got the happy ending they deserved. I highly recommend this series for any romance lover, who doesn’t love a series full of suspence, families feuding, hot romance and 5 happily ever afters!

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  • What a series ending!

    As hard as it is to say goodbye to the characters in a series, Cora Seton has ended this with a bang – now read it to see if that was a literal one! Steel has been on the periphery in the other books, literally hiding in the shadows. The Coopers and Turners are still in competition for the ranch that has the water rights that can save their ranches – and old resentments still flare occasionally. Steel has loved Stella Turner since school – and that hasn’t changed, but have his (apparently dodgy) activities steered her into another man’s arms? To me, this is an exploration of what it means to be a good man, a man that places the good of the many over his own good and his own ego, and Steel is that good man. This is a book that it is hard to write about without giving the contents away, so let me say only that, if you’ve read any of the other Cooper vs. Turner books, you will want to read this one. It has an epilogue that will leave you feeling better about life. I received a free copy of this book. This review was posted voluntarily.

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