BOOK REVIEW: Noble by Rinda Elliott

Noble by Rinda Elliott


Release Date: November 26, 3019

Page Count: 124 pages

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐


Unrequited love sucks.

Samuel Dunham fled his foster home and family at nineteen, heartbroken. The cause of his pain? The bed and breakfast’s big, shy caretaker, Nolan Sadler. Revealing his feelings for the man hadn’t just been embarrassing, it had been a disaster.

Now Samuel is older and has vowed to keep his heart safe. But the sudden death of the B&B owner forces Samuel home.

Home, where his family wants him to stay. Home, where he must face Nolan. Home, where he must find a way to resist falling back in love with a man who will never love him in return.

Noble is a standalone Christmas MM novella with an age gap, nosy family, sexy times, and a true love that time can’t stop. It deals with Nolan’s issues with depression, so some might find that triggering.


It’s a beautifully written second chance, age gap Christmas story. Nolan and Samuel fit together really well. I love stories where one of them thinks it’s unrequited.

Good secondary characters and I loved Nolan and Samuel together. Babette is such an amazing character. Also I loved the whole family. Found family for the win! Nolan comes to terms with his depression and how to live with it. It broke my heart to see him deal with it alone. Fun holiday romance with lots of sex and happy ending!

Buy Links 

Amazon US

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