Noah

Noah

by Cristin Harber

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Noah by Cristin Harber

Fall in love with seven sexy and irresistible soldiers who find their courage and heart tested like never before in the battle for love! This multi-author collaborative series of contemporary romance novels is brought to you by bestselling authors Barbara Freethy, Roxanne St. Claire, Christie Ridgway, Lynn Raye Harris, Julia London, Cristin Harber and Samantha Chase. You won't want to miss a single one!

NOAH

Navy SEAL Noah Coleman knows how to do two things well: underwater demolition and hand-to-hand combat. So renewing his enlistment is a no-brainer until he receives a message about his cousin's aggressive terminal cancer. A quick trip home confirms the worst, which means his niece Bella will become his responsibility.

Elementary school guidance counselor Teagan Shaw has known Bella since her son announced the two were best friends. The shy little girl is also on Teagan's radar because of Bella's early signs of gifted aptitude. But Teagan is more concerned about the military man thrust into the role of single parent.

While Noah adjusts to civilian life and Eagle's Ridge, he and Teagan begin forging a friendship. But Teagan has a secret, a shadowy figure from her past who is intent on returning to torment her.

Don't miss any of the sexy soldiers!
Ryder (#1) - Barbara Freethy
Adam (#2) - Roxanne St. Claire
Zane (#3) - Christie Ridgway
Wyatt (#4) - Lynn Raye Harris
Jack (#5) - Julia London
Noah (#6) - Cristin Harber
Ford (#7) - Samantha Chase

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158937873
Publisher: Mill Creek Press
Publication date: 12/05/2017
Series: 7 Brides for 7 Soldiers , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 165
Sales rank: 9,676
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Cristin Harber is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling romance author. She writes steamy new adult, romantic suspense, and military romance in three series: Titan, Delta, and Only. Her titles include series starters Winters Heat, Sweet Girl, Delta: Retribution, and Only for Him.

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Noah 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
MaimeosAngelsEL More than 1 year ago
5 Star Review of Noah (7 Brides For 7 Soldiers #6) by Cristin Harber This book packs an emotional punch from the first page. Once a Seal always a Seal, or so Noah Coleman has always believed; that is until tragedy and an unexpected twist changes the course of his life forever. When Noah’s cousin Lainey is diagnosed with terminal cancer, he finds out that she wants him to raise her daughter Bella, who will be an orphan once her mother dies. Elementary school guidance councillor Teagan Shaw was not only a friend of Lainey’s but is the mother of Bella’s best friend Will. She loves Bella as if she were her own and has been helping look after her since Lainey died whilst Noah was on deployment. Still reeling from Lainey’s death, Noah has returned to raise Bella and this is where the fun begins. When he meets Teagan and Will, he sees in them the love and friendship that they both have for Bella and when Teagan comes to his rescue with dinner on night one, he realises just how out of his depth and for a Navy Seal that is not acceptable. He has no idea how to raise a 5 year old, let alone one who is so gifted. Even though he has researched parenting blogs, reality still crashes in and he wonders if he can do this. Teagan is wary of Noah’s abilities to care for Bella so their initial meeting is stilted. Despite themselves Noah and Teagan are attracted to each other. Will they act on the mutual chemistry which seems to sizzle when they are together, or will they deny the obvious? The interaction between Noah and Bella touched my heart as well as the beautiful friendship that Bella has with Will which was absolutely heart warming. This was an emotional read, bringing me to tears on occasion. The pain at coming to terms with both his and Bella’s loss of Lainey was palpable. Well written, this is a story that will draw you in and keep you glued until the end.
SaraBetty More than 1 year ago
A series of Seven Short Stories ( 150+ to 180+ Nook Pages) about seven young men who have served in the military, most special ops, and who have now returned home to their home town to find and secure their future... Each is by a different author so each has its own vibe meaning I liked some better than others but would recommend all... These were perfect stories for me since I am recovering from two knee replacements in a cold Northeast winter... I loved the characters and the decisions that in some cases were hard to make.. I loved that in spite of their military experiences they all came HOME even when they didn't think they wanted to... Worth the read...
KTCastle More than 1 year ago
I was super excited about reading yet another book of the 7 Brides For 7 Soldiers series, specially this one because it was written by Cristin Harber. Noah in the cover didn’t do much for me (he’s so much more handsome in my imagination), but if you judge cover by their looks, don’t let this one fool you. It is really good. Noah Coleman is a navy SEAL through and through. He was happy as one, dedicated to his career and didn’t see himself as anything else. He didn’t envision himself in a relationship, and much less with a family. But life has unexpected surprises, and his dear cousin, the one she considered a sister, dies leaving him with the responsibility of raising her daughter Bella. Imagine what such an event could do to a man’s life. Fortunately, he didn’t have to figure it all out on his own. Teagan Shaw is Bella’s school counselor, she also happens to be a friend of Noah’s late cousin and the mother of Bella’s best friend, Will. She happens to be a single mother who Noah feels immediately attracted to. She’s a great person and human being. I love how grounded she’s portrait and how very centered she is. But it wouldn’t be interesting if things were simple. Noah and Teagan are attracted to each other from minute one. They both feel a connection that it's almost tangible through the pages of the book. But Noah isn’t the only one in a complicated situation. He is learning to be a father, and raising a gifted daughter, while Teagan is also raising a boy completely on her own. ‘Cause her boy’s father is not at all interested in Will, not even when he unexpectedly shows his face for the first time since the five year old was born. I thought it was smart of them both to stop and think things through before then jumped into a relationship. It was the very paternty thing to do. Even if Noah was ready to get all in (as I did), Teagan was the voice of reason. Noah didn’t even completely gotten his head around his cousin’s death and didn’t have much clue of how to raise Bella. He was learning as he went and relied a lot on his family, friends and Teagan. It was good that she told him they shouldn’t rush into things, even if she did it because she was also insecure. Eventually it is bigger than them, and there’s a series of events that bring them finally together. However there’s a series of things that they need to go through regarding Bella’s mother’s death and Will’s father. I loved that Noah and Teagan got their happily ever after. I also enjoyed the little participation that other characters from the rest of the series made. I’m really enjoying how all of these amazing authors are giving us one great series.
Nicolerko More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars When I read another book in the series which introduced me to Noah and Bella I knew I had to read this one. I'm so glad that I did. I fell in love with this book. It definitely pulls at the heartstrings causing sad tears and happy tears. This book had me hooked right from the beginning and it's a book you hate to see end. It had such cute moments that I found myself smiling while reading. It had a great blend of heart, heat, humor, and even a little suspense. My heart just bled for Noah. What he lost and how it impacts him, but then he shows you why he makes great book boyfriend material.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Noah is the kind of man I love. Srong, brave, talented, sexy and loyal. Without question giving up his team and career to start a new life as a responsible family man when he is given custody of his deceased cousin's daughter because it was the right thing, is not what many people would do these days. I loved this story of strong family ties and smalltown community values. It would be interesting to stop back in over the years and see how his little genius niece and their family continue to grow and mature.
gillek2 More than 1 year ago
Noah has given up his career as a Navy SEAL to raise his five year old niece Becca. Having no experience with children is a challenge of its own which is further compounded as he adjusts to a new career and civilian life. Teagan is not only the school counselor she was also Becca’s mother’s best friend and Becca and her son Will are best friends. She is willing to do whatever is necessary to ease the transition for both Becca and Noah. They have an instant attraction however with her history in men as well as their connection regarding Becca she knows for the sake of their children friends is all they can ever be. Becca helps Noah adjust to being a single parent but when Teagan’s past resurfaces he is no about to let her face the danger alone and it becomes a game changer. I liked both these characters as their resilience showed through as no matter what life threw at them they overcame it. The connection and chemistry between Noah and Teagan was deep and the kids were cute as could be. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
beckymmoe More than 1 year ago
Such a sweet story! Noah. a former Navy SEAL, jumps headfirst into an unexpected guardianship for his five-year-old niece after doing extensive research on "mommy blogs" even though "there's a woefully inadequate amount of advice out there from the male and military perspective" and when the websites contradict each other, he just picks the option with the "most agreeable commenters then proceeded to outline his own crash course in Parenting 101." Seriously, how can you not root for this guy? Even though Teagan Shaw--Bella's mother's BFF and elementary school guidance counselor--has initial reservations about the idea of Noah taking responsibility for the little girl that is her own son's best friends, she quickly sees that he has the little girl's best interests at heart, even if he needs more than a little non-virtual help. It doesn't hurt that their chemistry is off the charts, either...though they try to keep things "just friendly" you know that isn't going to last. Throw in a bit of a romantic suspense plot element thanks to her what's-lower-than-deadbeat? ex, and these two didn't have a chance keeping their distance. Noah is the sixth book in a seven book series written by seven different authors and as such works just fine as a standalone. It's a small town, so you do see a bit of some of the other series characters (just enough to pique your interest, of course!) but you don't have to have read their books (yet) to enjoy this one. Rating: 4 stars / A- I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.