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Anderson Billionaires
Melody Anne
May 19, 2020

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.

The best medicine she needed right then was his touch..

Noah by Melody Anne is the second in the Billionaire Anderson series, review for Finn is up on thelitbuzz.com!  In an unconventional twist this book starts after Noah and his co-architect Sarah have ended a brief fling leaving them both with conflicted feelings about their relationship. They have been teamed up together to work on designing a Veterans Center and both struggle to keep their work professional while avoiding their true feelings. Sarah in particular is resistant to acknowledge how she truly feels toward Noah despite the undeniable chemistry they have together. As they find themselves dealing with a creative roadblock they decide to explore historic sites for inspiration and each trip makes Sarah more frustrated as her resolve to stay professional slips more and more. 

Because the start of Noah and Sarah’s story starts after their initial fling it can leave the reader grasping to feel the connection between the characters in the beginning. The first half of the book builds a lot of tension that is confusing because we don’t have that initial relationship to refer back to. As they explore together we are able to get a glimpse of how they interact which is an adorably frust
rating game of cat and mouse, where the mouse just need to admit they want to be caught already! Once they are able to admit how they feel they dish out such cotton candy sweetness you may get a cavity. 

This book wasn’t overly angsty or dramatic, which is just want you need sometimes. This was the perfect escape from the craziness of the world right now. I highly recommend getting to know the Andersons and the rest of their vast family tree.  Congrats on a successful new release!