Sharon C. Cooper

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Cover Reveal – Still the Best Woman for the Job

Hi All! Over the past few months, many of you have asked “When is your next book coming out?” and I keep giving the same answer – soon. Well, though I don’t have an exact release date for Still the Best Woman for the Job, I figured the least I could do is reveal the book cover. Here it is!

StilltheBestwoman - final 6-2013


Joint heir to the largest construction company in the state of Ohio, master plumber, Toni (TJ) Jenkins has been groomed to behave in a way that is befitting of the respected Jenkins’ family name. But after she breaks up with the only man she’s ever loved, to protect a secret she holds close to her heart, poor decisions lead her down a path of destruction that risks ruining the reputation of the company her family has worked hard to build.

Cincinnati police officer, Craig Logan, knows Toni is the woman for him. They’ve been apart for months, but when they run into each other at a party, the passion between them sizzles stronger than ever. She says she can’t handle dating a cop, but he senses that something else keeps her from rushing back into his arms. Craig wants her to be his wife, and he’ll do whatever it takes to prove no matter what she’s hiding, she’s still the best woman for the job.


Still the Best Woman for the Job is book 1 of the Jenkins Family Series is the sequel to Best Woman for the Job, a short story which can be found at these online locations for only $ .99!

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Here’s a little back story on five female members of the Jenkins Family who will fall madly and passionately in love with five unsuspecting men.

STEVEN JENKINS, the patriarch of the Jenkins Family, and founder of Jenkins & Sons Construction wants what every entrepreneur head of the family wants – for his children to continue to run the family business long after he’s dead and gone. None of his four sons and three daughters are interested in taking over the reins. It’s not until his oldest granddaughter, Peyton Jenkins, shows an interest that his hope is renewed.

Now its 16 years later, he’s happily retired, and business is better than ever – thanks to five of his amazing granddaughters. TONI (TJ) JENKINS, a master plumber, is his favorite granddaughter – though he’ll never admit it; sweet, levelheaded PEYTON (PJ) JENKINS is an electrician, and the senior construction manager for Jenkins & Sons Construction; MARTINA (MJ) JENKINS, is a carpenter and Steven’s most challenging grandchild. Then there’s CHRISTINA (CJ) JENKINS, the shy one in the group who is a painter, but refers to herself as an artist. Last, but not least, is JADA (JJ) JENKINS the youngest and the most spirited of the bunch. Steven still hasn’t been able to figure her out, but he has to admit, she’s a darn good sheet metal worker.

Stay tuned as I share each of their stories!

July 17, 2013 - Posted by | Books | , , ,


  1. Beautiful cover. Great premise. I can’t wait.

    Comment by Yolanda | July 17, 2013

  2. I love the cover. I cannot wait for this book to come out so I can learn more about the Jenkins family. Toni and Craig are a great couple. I’m so excited.

    Comment by Donna | July 17, 2013

    • Thank you, Donna! I’m glad you’re enjoying Toni and Craig’s journey. You’re going to get a kick out of the Jenkins women. 🙂

      Comment by sharonccooper | July 17, 2013

  3. Ooh i can’t wait!

    Comment by Emily Dally | July 17, 2013

    • Hi Emily! Thanks for stopping by! I’m glad you’re excited about the sequel!

      Comment by sharonccooper | July 17, 2013

  4. CAN’T WAIT!!!!!!!!!!

    Comment by MELVENA owens | July 17, 2013

    • Lol, Melvena! You’re making me even more excited about the story w/ your enthusiasm!

      Comment by sharonccooper | July 17, 2013

  5. Congratulations Sharon! I love your cover 🙂 The question of “when is your book coming out?” does get old after a while, doesn’t it LOL? Especially when someone asks you every single day. I think non-writers think authors magically create the story in one draft. A lot don’t understand that revisions and editing is a VERY LONG process.

    Keep smiling,

    Comment by yhosby | July 17, 2013

    • Thank you, Yawatta! And I agree, only writers understand the sweat, tears, and the long process of reveisions…one of my least favorite parts of writing. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!

      Comment by sharonccooper | July 17, 2013

  6. Mice voer–I look forward to reading all of the ladies’ stories.

    Comment by nancygoldberglevine | July 17, 2013

  7. Umm…nice cover–I think my cat must have typed that other reply–LOL!

    Comment by nancygoldberglevine | July 17, 2013

    • Lol, Nancy!!! Thanks for stopping by!

      Comment by sharonccooper | July 17, 2013

  8. This looks like another Great Book!

    Comment by Great Books | July 20, 2013

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