Spring

Spring Just when Cooper Reynolds and Lou Whittaker think they ve weathered the worst of their trials they come face to face with the most dangerous clever villain they ve ever experienced One Wyatt brother

  • Title: Spring
  • Author: Sierra Dean
  • ISBN: 9781502759702
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Paperback
  • Just when Cooper Reynolds and Lou Whittaker think they ve weathered the worst of their trials, they come face to face with the most dangerous, clever villain they ve ever experienced One Wyatt brother was bad enough, but now that Archer has called on his brother Christopher for help keeping Lou and Cooper apart, the young couple is about to learn what real trouble looks lJust when Cooper Reynolds and Lou Whittaker think they ve weathered the worst of their trials, they come face to face with the most dangerous, clever villain they ve ever experienced One Wyatt brother was bad enough, but now that Archer has called on his brother Christopher for help keeping Lou and Cooper apart, the young couple is about to learn what real trouble looks like.Christopher has come home determined to get Lou away from Cooper once and for all, and he isn t afraid who he hurts or what bridges he burns to get the job done With Cooper s time running out and Lou struggling to control her growing powers, the last thing they need is conflict Too bad things are never as easy as they hope.With a mysterious pair of FBI investigators in town and the clock ticking, Cooper and Lou need to learn to work together before they re torn apart forever.

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    1. Spring is the third book in the Dog Days series by Sierra Dean. Between books I seem to forget just how much I love this series. Once you start, you just can’t stop reading. I ended up reading this in just one day. Things start up pretty much right where the last book left off. Lou has her memory back. She remembers everything, including how crazy she is about Cooper Reynolds. But Cooper is cursed, just like his older brother was before him. In six months, as soon as he turns eighteen, he will [...]

    2. I have been trying to write this review for an hour now, and I am struggling. See, there was this cliffie of doom. Oh those evil cliffies! I was all noooo! And then the book ended. So yes, evil cliffie alert for sure.Poor Lou and Cooper. What a f:ed up town! Everyone hates Cooper, and I am all f u guys! Why the hate!? Poor Cooper :/ Not to mention that in a few months he will turn into a coyote and never be human again. Poor Cooper, that is all I gave to say.And Lou, poor Lou too! Stuck in the m [...]

    3. see full review @ Katie's CornerI’m continuing with the Dog Days series, and it’s time for the 3rd book – Spring. As always it’s fast paced and leaves us hanging on every word. It doesn’t’ help that it ends on a cliffhanger that begs you to open the as took. But alas, I don’t have it yet and I’m dying of curiosity.I enjoyed the book a lot. It also helped that I read it 2 or 3 days after I finished Winter. I got the feeling that the book was divided. Even though the author was wri [...]

    4. I didn’t think the story could get more dangerous and more ominous but I was wrong. The story continues with Christopher coming back into town to keep lou in check and Cooper from winning. Archer is also growing and questioning things that are going on.Cooper and Lou are in a good place. They are together and helping each other understand what is happening. The mystery of the murder from centuries ago hangs over them as does Cooper’s moment of change. This doesn’t deter them though and wit [...]

    5. In this book, I felt that the story recovered from “Winter” which I mentioned felt a little like it was a repeat of “Autumn”. Not necessarily a bad thing as the story was good, but it did get slightly repetitive. The one thing that held strong throughout the book was Lou and Cooper’s love. It was refreshing in a YA book as often the main characters start to question themselves, which can feel quite fickle to me.The book is very much a bridge between the beginning of the series and the [...]

    6. I am SERIOUSLY so glad I have the next book to read because Cooper is left in a sticky situation and things aren't looking too good for him. Especially given the deadline he's stuck under.Good thing he has his girl Lou at his back. Sort of.But that's next book. This book gave us some answers to the mystery of Cooper's curse. Sort of. I mean, the answers are there, they just have to figure out how things come together. And what it means for them. And how the Wyatt family is involved in what happe [...]

    7. This was my least favorite of the series so far. It seemed a little like a filler book with nothing much happening in terms moving the story along until the very end at least. There not enough interaction with Max & Cooper. Lou & Cooper are still cute together. I think Cooper mother is horrible though. She knows her son is going to turn into a coyote soon, she KNOWS he isn't guilty of anything with regards to the school/FBI incident yet she still punishes him, grounding him and forbiddin [...]

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