[Review] – Noble Love (Nobles of Sweet Rapids, Book 1) by Te’ Russ

Posted 22 June, 2016 by DLWhite in Reviews, Writers Read 0 Comments

[Review] – Noble Love (Nobles of Sweet Rapids, Book 1) by Te’ RussNoble Love by Te Russ
Published by Amazon Digital Services on June 21, 2016
Genres: African American Romance
Pages: 163
Format: Paperback
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Isaiah Noble has returned home to Sweet Rapids, Nevada to help his family business. When he walks in to Tessa Everett's bakery, he finds more than her desserts irresistible.

Wanting to help her family's bakery continue to grow and thrive has been Tessa's main focus. But when Isaiah enters his life, his charm instantly sweeps her off her feet.

The passion they share builds quickly, but will they be able to fight for love when difficulties in their lives arise?

Pre-review: Let me just say that it was important to me to finish this book before it releases on Tuesday so that I could brag about having already read it. I have ISSUES. Anyhoo, this is a great read– Te just gets better and better! And I already need book two in this series… so.. chop chop!

We’re not gonna talk about how Te’ got me not ONCE but TWICE until the book is released.

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Ok now for the real review? I ate this book up in just a few hours. It was a sexy, fun Sunday read. Isaiah Noble, one of four quadruplet Nobles, makes a return to Sweet Rapids that is made even sweeter by becoming re-acquainted with bakery owner Tessa Everett. The Noble family line of natural hair care products needs some TLC and attention from an award-winning artist.

Tessa and her sister Dana have inherited a family owned bakery and are excited about bringing it into a new era… if only mom would let go!

My usual review of a romance novel includes a lot of grumbling about how fast characters fall in love. I do understand that instant attraction and that ~feeling~ is swoon worthy. I DO! However engagements at two months in and weddings before the season is even over… I am always going to complain about the hyper speed that characters reach their Happily Ever After.

But you know what? While I don’t have that complaint about this book, Te DID get me toward the end when I thought a too-early grand gesture was coming but it turned out to be something awesome and wonderfully sweet.

Also? She made me tear up and Ima say this for the second time today… BOOKS DON’T MAKE ME CRY! “We finish what we started…” Me: *shaky chin, sucks bottom lip*

We get a sneak peek at the next book and my Kindle is READY for Ian Noble!

So, snap this book up and put it in your face. Delightful read!

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