New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Melody Anne continues her sizzling and heartfelt series about billionaire Joseph Anderson’s long-lost nephews.
Salt-of-the-earth navy veteran Noah Anderson is just starting to understand what it means to be exceedingly wealthy. Since he and his four brothers received a huge payout from their long-lost billionaire uncle, they’ve been hard at work building a new veterans center—and hard at play with the lovely ladies in their lives.
Noah, in charge of designing the center, has been mostly focused on work. However, coarchitect Sarah Jennings commands more of his attention all the time. Sparks fly whenever they’re together, but she’s wary—even afraid—of love, and Noah isn’t the biggest fan of commitment.
When they reach a creative roadblock, Noah and Sarah decide to jet across the United States and study the buildings that most influence them. The trip quickly inspires more than just a love of architecture, and with a little help from Uncle Joseph, the reluctant couple gets ever closer to discovering what they’re really looking for.
GUEST REVIEW FROM CHRIS!
Today I am delighted to be able to hand over my blog to my mum, Chris so she can share her review with you for Noah, on publication day!
“I did enjoy this story but I will say at the start that there was a little too much detail for me and it detracted from the plot and this did sadly affect my enjoyment as it did lose for me for a while and I was in two minds as to whether to continue.
I am pleased that I did persevere with the story as it did improve and I found it to be really enjoyable after the plot settled in and it became a “good read”.
It is 3.5 stars from me for this one, I really enjoyed it after the plot settled down.”