Out of Love

Out of Love

by RC Boldt

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I have my limits. Rules. No attachments allowed because I don't "do" love. But with her smart mouth and quick witted banter, Noelle Davis, my office manager begins to creep past my defenses. 

Swearing off men after escaping a toxic relationship, I'm grateful for a fresh start--new job included. Of course, my job isn't tranquil and calm, because my boss is the most infuriating man on the planet.

The same man who makes me want to reconsider my self-imposed embargo of men.

The man who makes me want...more. 

But more isn't always possible when you're OUT OF LOVE.

**Out of Love is a full-length, standalone novel that does NOT need to be read in conjunction with any other book.**

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BN ID: 2940159029317
Publisher: RC Boldt Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 03/23/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 61,589
File size: 556 KB

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Out of Love 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Izzybear 4 months ago
I loved Foster and Noelle’s story. It was touching. I adored how protective Foster is of Noelle, even when his caveman side was showing. Noelle is a little firecracker. She gives Foster a run for his money. Together the two make an amazing pair. I loved the banter between the two. I can honestly say theirs is a story I would definitely read over again.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Aylewysis More than 1 year ago
I was beyond amazed with this book. I had never read or heard of RC Boldt before I won a signed paperback from Bookworm Box. And I was really intrigued, so bought an e-book version (CAN'T RUIN A SIGNED COPY) besides, I love my ebooks. Enough of that, the book, right. Foster and Noelle drew me in right from the beginning. Once I started I had a REALLY hard time putting it down. I laughed out loud at some of the name-calling-banter between boss and office manager. And the guys who work for Foster are an absolute riot and LOVE pushing Fosters buttons. Momma K and Foster's sister, Laney are also favorites. I really wanted to reach into this book a time or two and slap Foster upside the head. But overall, I can't think of one bad thing to say about this book. There is some references to PTSD and abuse, the one thing that really touched me were the author notes. How RC mentions thoughts on abuse and PTSD and even offers numbers and links for help for both. Thank you RC Boldt.
sharonrCA More than 1 year ago
**I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.** This is my 2nd book by this author and I really LOVED it!!! It looks to be a book in the series. Not sure what number but being as its my first read in the series I was not lost at all, so I think it can stand alone very nicely. The other books in the series seem to be about other couples and friends. This is a very hot story about a boss/office relatonship. It also contains two serious issues, domestic abuse and PTSD. Both issues affect both characters and while one issue draws them closer another pushes them away from one another. Foster Cavanaugh is the hero and he is described as a manwhore with a dry spell. He has been lusting for his office manager, Noelle. Noelle has lusted for him but she is on a man vacation and running from an ex who scares her. She has worked for Foster for 2 years and this story just starts heating up as her ex stalks stalking her and Foster starts to protect her. I lovedall the friends included in this story and Mama is a great part of this story. Its more than just a boss type of romance. Noelle is actually really entrenched in Foster's life and is good friends with his mother, sister, employees and friends. I really loved the two together and I loved watching Foster decide he wants something more with Noelle and how he went about making this happen. This is a really fun story and I really loved it.
LightningCityBookReview More than 1 year ago
"Out of Love" had me running the gamut of snickering and tearing up and I loved every minute of it. And I HATE running. RC Boldt was a new-to-me author but is quickly becoming a "One Click" author. Every one of the characters in "Out of Love" is a rock star. Probably because many have appeared in her Teach Me series. The Hero and Heroine, Foster and Noelle, are hilarious, vulnerable, and just plain lovable. They go through a lot of angst. They're examining their feelings for the other person and questioning the feelings the other has for them. There are two issues featured in this novel: Abusive relationships and PTSD. RC Boldt handles both fabulously. The banter is witty and flies fast. The books pace is quick and the storyline is intriguing because there are a few subplots running around. This book hooks you and you'll beg for more. Foster and Noelle's inner dialogs are hysterical; this is something RC Boldt is just plain adept at. There's another storyline about Foster's SEAL buddy who, at the beginning of the book, is reported killed in battle. This affects Foster greatly. Many characters from the Teach Me series populate this book; I'm hoping "Out of Love" is a series starter. RC Boldt created some hunky former Special Ops guys with wicked senses of humor who need some loving. "Out of Love" is all kinds of right; thrills, quick and witty banter, "Aladdin" references, and Oy! with the Sexy. It's fun and sexy yet deals with the issues of what service men go through upon returning to civilian life. It also deals with the subject of abuse in a relationships. This book has so many layers to it, yet it isn't too angsty or heavy. To read the entire review please visit: http://wp.me/p4XqxF-1I9 This novel was provided, voluntarily read, and honestly reviewed
Nicolerko More than 1 year ago
I always look forward to reading a book by RC Boldt because I know I'm going to get sucked in and laugh like crazy. I've been looking forward to reading Foster and Noelle's story after meeting them in them in the Teach Me series. It met my expectations and exceeded them. We get to know the story of Noelle. It's a tough one, but with Foster in her corner she need not worry. Foster is not a forever kind of guy,but Noelle sure has him thinking thoughts along those lines. Though these two always come off as they get on each other's nerves when push comes to shove Foster and the guys are right there for Noelle.
PennySparkles More than 1 year ago
4 “No more finger shenanigans in the conference room” Stars A security agency made of nothing but ex-military personnel is sure to be a tough environment. Unless you give as good as you get, and that’s exactly how Noelle keeps the office in tip-top shape. Foster, the agency owner and Noelle’s boss, is a hunky alpha ex Navy Seal. Since Noelle has sworn off men, she can’t let anything happen no matter how attracted to him she feels. If Noelle wasn’t such a good office manager Foster would let her go. But he can’t because she is awesome. And beautiful. And sexy. And hot as hell. And why can’t he pursue her again? Oh right, she’s his employee, and he can’t really offer her a future. Even though the attraction is bordering on ridiculous, he just can’t go there. So, Out of Love is the story of Noelle and Foster fighting their attraction at first, as they each think the other can’t stand them. Then fighting their attraction when they realize the other is attracted too but for different reasons. Then both fighting the depth of emotion the other evokes in them. While I enjoyed the banter and name calling, and on more than one occasion it had me clutching my side from laughing so hard, all the fighting in the relationship got a little old as the story moved along. It also took me a while to get used to the author’s writing style. We follow every thought in each character’s mind. Getting into their all-over-the-place-random thought process was not easy at first, either. This did end up being one of the sources of hilarity since their thoughts could be absurdly funny at times. Foster was tough and all alpha bossiness but had a tender side too which made him a wonderful H. He had some issues with things in his past that in the beginning, he was not dealing with. This was the cause of his “I’m-not-good-enough-for-her” issues. After one really bad relationship experience, Noelle had lots of healing to do, which was the reason for her man-cation. She was sweet, funny and witty, and took no crap from any of the guys at the office so I really liked her. I must say that her situation and her subsequent actions could have been worked a bit more in depth. The whole ex-situation felt OTT, but I felt if it had been fledged out more it could have worked perfectly. As it was, it ended up feeling kind of meh and it took from the overall enjoyment of the story for me. Out of Love was filled with hilarious banter, a working environment I wish I had (I mean, who doesn’t want to work in a place full of hunky alpha ex-military men?), a cute dog and lots of sexy hot shenanigans. It was a lovely romance about healing, learning to trust yourself again, and building back your self-worth. While I felt it had some issues with the execution, I still found it extremely engaging and enjoyable. *I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book*
AmyStephens More than 1 year ago
Out of Love by RC Boldt is not your typical office romance story--it's so much better! I'm a huge fan of RC Boldt and she's certainly outdone herself with Out of Love. I knew from the moment I met Foster and Noelle, that these two characters were going to make for an interesting story. And indeed they did. The office setting and secondary characters were also a great asset--at times, you felt like you were talking with your own co-workers, taking their advice, leaning on them for support, or enjoying a night out of karaoke. There were moments of laughter, lots and lots of steam, and a heck of a support system when both Foster and Noelle were at their most stubborn, which happened to be quiet often. After all, how long can you deny the sparks that are so evident to everyone else? This story brings you a little bit of everything and even the mention of Tim Teebow (such a super hottie!!). I would certainly recommend Out of Love to someone looking for a feel-good story as this one definitely has a deeper meaning. Sometimes you have to take risks and listen to your heart.
2kasmom More than 1 year ago
Noelle works for Foster, and yet they both cannot stop the obvious attraction they feel for one another. They tease and the sparks fly. Can they be the right fit? Foster thinks with his past that he does not deserve the kind of happiness that Noelle does. When the past comes back to haunt them both, can they make friendship and passion blend? All they need is some friends who want to help. I was surprised that I had never read the books by this author before. This was in a word - awesome! I loved that some of the characters from her Teach Me series appear and I am very excited to start those as well. Such sexual tension and humor makes for a great story. ***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review.