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  • Title: Noah
  • Author: Cristin Harber
  • ISBN: 9781942236849
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2018-06-18T01:42:21+00:00

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    1. Rachel on said:

      I was looking forward to this book as something a little different from Cristin Harber. Though Noah is a former Navy SEAL, his service couldn’t prepare him for his biggest challenge yet: raising his 5 year old niece. I often found myself smiling as I read this, both because Noah’s reactions to his new situation were entertaining and because the whole setting was just so sweet. He is over his head, having been away for most of Bella’s life. If it weren’t for video calls, he wouldn’t kno [...]

    2. Irene on said:

      4 starsNoah by Cristin Harber is a sweet and heartwarming read.After reading the previous books in the series I was excited to read Noah's story.Real life had taken a big turn for Noah and it was going to take time to find a balance between taking care of his niece and juggling a new business. But with the help of Teagan and her beautiful little boy life was going to be OK.I enjoyed watching Noah and Teagan move from friends to lovers. They took the time getting to know each other, support each [...]

    3. Bookgasms Book Blog on said:

      Wow, you need to read this book ASAP.Is that enough of a review for Noah to convince you to read it? No? How about hot AF Navy SEAL takes guardianship of his cousin’s five-year-old daughter and let the cuteness factor win you over in a blink of an eye? Seriously. All it took for me was the very beginning where Noah planned out exactly how things were going to go with the adorable little Bella and I couldn’t put it down. I adored Noah from the start—loved how he adjusted pretty damn quick w [...]

    4. Erin Lewis on said:

      5 Star Review of Noah (7 Brides For 7 Soldiers #6) by Cristin HarberThis 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 no [...]

    5. Suzi (Obsessive Reading Disorder) on said:

      4.5 Stars This is the 6th book in this set and I have loved each of them more than the next. We see some of Noah in the earlier books and know that he has stepped up to become guardian to his cousin/sister 's child after she dies. I would have picked this book up even if it wasn't part of this series. Single dad stories get me every time. Bumbling, tough guys thrust in to single parenthood and I am hooked. Teagan was friends with Bella's mom. Bella and Teagan's son are best friends much like Noa [...]

    6. Michelle on said:

      As any good SEAL does, Noah Coleman quietly infiltrated my heart and captured it completely!! I can't tell you how many times this man just breathing made me swoon and fall harder in love with him!! And if his mere breathing presence did that for me -- just imagine what happens when he's being all protective, confident, alpha male!!Cristin Harber writes stories that just work for me - and Noah and Teagan (and Will and Bella)'s story continues in the same manner as expected: I can't wait to dive [...]

    7. Becky on said:

      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 [...]

    8. Kim on said:

      Noah Coleman is an ex Navy SEAL who is taking on his most intimidating assignment.nting his five year old gifted niece after her mothers death. He has given up his career, moved home, taken over a garage, and entered parenthood. He has always been strong, intelligent, focused, and good in a crisis, but now his head is spinning. Teagan Shaw is the school counselor, but also the mother of his niece's best friend. She is there to support and guide him. But she is also attractive, smart, funny, and [...]

    9. E-Reader Addict on said:

      I can’t even tell you how nervous I was about reading Noah. Cristin Harber is a favorite author of mine - probably in the top five - so there was no doubt I was going to read this addition to the 7 Brides for 7 Soldiers series (FYIwe’re six books in, and not a single bride has been seen for ANY of these soldiers!). However, I’m a fan of several of the other authors who have contributed to the series, and I’d have to say I’ve yet to be wowed by any of them. It’s left me wondering if t [...]

    10. Dawn Cruikshank on said:

      NoahWOW! This is an intriguing story. It starts out sad that Noah comes back after his cousin dies. Bella is such a sweetheart. Noah meets Teagan and as it goes, sparks fly. Before long the 2 fall in love with each other. I love the ending where Bella and Will think they are the matchmakers. Those two kids are totally adorable. The best scene was the blender scene. I am happy that all four found their happily ever after. FANTASTIC job Cristin! I would recommend this book!

    11. Shannon Ferguson on said:

      This was the perfect addition to this series!!! While there were tears shed, seeing Noah and Teagan find their HEA was awesome. This book had the perfect amount of suspense, and I loved how much the kids played a role in this book. A great read that I would definitely recommend!!!

    12. K.T. Castle on said:

      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.Heaven helped the woman who he had children with. Never mind. A family wasn’t in his future. He was a SEAL, through and through. Noah Coleman is a navy SEAL through an [...]

    13. Sarah on said:

      Noah didn’t quite have the heaviness I was expecting, considering what Noah had been through, but it was still a wonderful, moving story. It had a touch of suspense and was poignantly sweet. The addition of the children, Bella and Will, made it that much more special.Noah is the sixth book in the Seven Brides for Seven Soldiers series, each book from a different author. They are all interconnected standalones, each one building on the world of the previous books. They can all be read without h [...]

    14. Stephanie Taylor on said:

      This book is book 6 in the Seven Brides for Seven Soldiers series. Each book is written by a different author. It absolutely can be read as a standalone book. In fact, it's the only one of the series that I've read, and while I did find I wanted to learn everyone's story, I didn't feel like I had missed out on any important details in order to really follow this story.I love Cristin’s Titan series. I've read them all. This book is very different from those books, so I hesitated momentarily on [...]

    15. Alphas Do It Better Book Blog on said:

      5 StarsI was so excited about getting an ARC for Noah. One, I LOVE Cristin, and two, this was going to open me up to a new group of books and authors. I can't wait to read the other books in the 7 Brides for 7 Soldiers series! Where do I start with Noah Coleman? I mean, he is a Navy SEAL, so there's that. Point 1 for Noah. You can tell right off the bat that he loves his job, but he also loves his family. Point 2. Then when he gives up the job he loves to start over in a new job because he promi [...]

    16. Renee Entress from Renee Entress's Blog on said:

      4.5 starI was pulled right into this story. The story has love, laughs, suspense, and heartbreak. Before reading this story please read the below books firstRyder (7 Brides for 7 Soldiers #1) by Barbara FreethyAdam (7 Brides for 7 Soldiers #2) by Roxanne St. ClaireZane (7 Brides for 7 Soldiers #3) by Christie RidgwayWyatt (7 Brides for 7 Soldiers #4) by Lynn Raye HarrisJack (7 Brides for 7 Soldiers #5) by Julia LondonThis is Teagan and Noah’s story. Noah was ready to re-enlist but when he gets [...]

    17. Busybeth76 on said:

      Homecoming of LoveNoah has come home to Eagle's Ridge to become his "niece" Bella's guardian. Giving up his career as a Navy SEAL to become a single parent, Noah is a man with a plan. Several plans. He's Googled, asked for Mom advice all over the world, read Mommy blogs, books and anything else he thinks will help. But what everyone who is a parent knows, no amount of planning will help. Especially with precocious Bella in the mix. Noah meets Teagan, mom of Bella's best friend Will and realizes [...]

    18. Donna Ferriola on said:

      NoahThis was an amazing book in this special series of 7 Soldiers with Noah leaving the Seals to raise his best friend in the world, his cousin Lainey's daughter Bella. Lainey died from cancer and left him with her pride and joy, Bella because her husband had died earlier and knew he would love her. Lainey's best friend Teagon had a son Will that Bella loved like a brother. From the moment Noah met her he felt a special connection as did she. They moved cautiously in the beginning because of the [...]

    19. Shelly Reynolds on said:

      "I'm going to kiss you on one condition.""What's that?""That neither of us will be sorry.""Promise."I have absolutely adored this series!! Each book draws you in and you just can't leave!! This one is no different. I have been a fan of Cristin Harber for a long time. When I found out she had a book in this series I was so excited! I loved Noah's story. So heartbreaking but he rose to the task like the hero he is. Navy Seal, Noah Coleman was ready to re-up when a family tragedy has him returning [...]

    20. Diane on said:

      Take one big, strong, Navy Seal and add one small, glittery, brilliant 5 year old niece who is now his responsibility and what do you get? The answer is an amazing, touching story of loss and family and love. Noah Coleman leaves his life of a Seal behind when his cousin (almost a sister) Lainey is diagnosed with cancer and dies leaving him as guardian for her small daughter Bella. Noah moves home and is greeted by Teagan Shaw who is a school counselor and single mother to Bella's best friend Wil [...]

    21. Kari Hansen on said:

      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 i [...]

    22. Kristen Johnson on said:

      Noah is an emotional and heartfelt read. It delivers the story of a man - a Navy Seal - who leaves the service to take on his 5 year old niece when she loses her mother. But more than that it's the story of a man who comes home and finds more than he bargained for. With the help of Teagan and her son Will, Noah dives right in to parenting and finds himself learning with Bella as he does. As she helps Noah learn the ropes of parenting, Teagan and he become close and eventually that friendship gro [...]

    23. Tracey on said:

      *This ARC was received in exchange for an honest review*This is the story of Noah Coleman, a Navy Seal who has been in a combat zone for the last few weeks, when he gets a call that his cousin has terminal cancer and that she will be handed guardianship of her daughter Bella over to Noah.Noah hasn’t got a clue of how to raise a child, so the School guidance counsellor Teagan Shaw steps in.  Teagan had got to know young Bella and her family for a while now and helped through the grieving proce [...]

    24. Cheryl on said:

      This is the first book I read by Cristin Harber. I really enjoyed it. Noah Coleman gives up his career as a Navy SEAL to come home and take care of his cousin's daughter, Bella, when his cousin dies. Noah is a great guy who is a planner. He addresses his concerns about parenting by doing research. Bella's best friend is Will. Will's Mom, Teagan, is a guidance counselor at the school where the kindergartners elementary school. Noah and Teagan are very attracted but are concerned about messing thi [...]

    25. Elisa Hordon on said:

      ok first up authors should be working together when writing a series so there are not inconsistencies now in Noah's story he talks about being at Lainey's funeral but previously in Jack's story he rang Jack and asked if he could be at the funeral because Noah was heading out on deployment????? thats a pretty glaring inconsistency But now to the rest of the story for one the kids were super cute and who doesn't love making wishes on dandelions I still do that when i pick one. Noah and Teagan were [...]

    26. Whispers From on said:

      So freaking sweetTeagan is a school counselor, divorced with a five year old son. Noah is a underwater demolition expert for the Navy SEALS. He gets a call from his cousin that she is dying from cancer. So instead of re-enlisting he heads back home to raise his cousins little girl Bella. Bella is five years old, very intelligent and best friends with Teagan’s son Will. As Noah navigates his way through child raising, he learns that life doesn’t always go the way you planned. As he and Teagan [...]

    27. KnottyGirl Reviews on said:

      Noah is one of the multi-author Seven Brides for Seven Brothers books and written by author Cristin Harbor, who is known for her great military romances. Noah is a little bit more family oriented. Noah is a soldier who ends up having to leave the military to care for his cousin’s daughter after she dies. Bella is 5 and she’s smart as a whip. Tiegan Shaw is a guidance counselor who has a son Will who is close to Bella. This brings Noah and Tiegan together. The kids get together and plot alot, [...]

    28. Nicole Smith on said:

      4.5 StarsWhen 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 [...]

    29. Selina Durio on said:

      New to this authorThis is the first book I have read by this author and I loved it! While this, and the other installments are listed as stand alone, in the context of this series I feel that does an injustice to the series as a whole to not read them in order. This book fit extremely well in to the the scope and sequence of the series. Noah returns home to take of the care of his now deceased cousin, that we learn in a previous book was raised with him like a twin. This book not only stayed tru [...]

    30. Cathy on said:

      Noah Coleman gave up his military career to care for his niece after his cousin, Lainey, died unexpectedly. He was totally out of his element trying to raise a little girl who had lost so much. Help comes in the form of Teagan Shaw and her son, Will. Will is Bella’s best friend. This is another great story by this author. She has a hot military man, a soft but strong woman and two children who add a lot of fun humor to the story. She also threw in a story line with a few tears, some bad guys a [...]

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