July 18, 2019 1 min to read
Review: Carpool by Noelle Adams
Category : Reviews
The last thing I want is to share a forty-five minute commute with the most obnoxious (and attractive) man I know. But I can’t afford a new transmission right now, so I’m stuck with Marcus for at least a month.
He promises to be good, but Marcus Greene is never good. And I’m not sure how long I can resist him.
Carpool is the first book in the Milford College series, novellas about the faculty and staff of a small liberal arts college.
Author: Noelle Adams
Genre: romance, small town
Part of a Series: yes book 1 of the Milford College novellas
Steam Level: toasty
Carpool was a cute novella. It was sweet and emotional. Noelle Adams created a story about looking past people’s past and the front they put on for others and getting to know each other for real. Taking chances and stepping out of your comfort zone in order to get the real prize of love.
I received an advanced copy of this book. This is my honest and voluntary review.
- It’s quite unjust that he can look so sexy and still be so obnoxious. When God handed out characteristics, he should have rethought giving both those traits to the same man. He could have spared a moment of pity for the female populations.
- I get taking your responsibilities seriously, but you can get to a point where all you’re doing is trying to live up to other people’s expectations, and then you never really know what you want for yourself.
- If you don’t have real community, then you’re never going to let people get to know you. It doesn’t happen magically.
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