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Book Review: Rafe by Rebekah Weatherspon

Rafe by Rebekah Weatherspoon book review
Book Information

Title: Rafe
Author: Rebekah Weatherspoon
TW: Light Violence
Rating: 5/5


Dr. Sloan Copeland needs a nanny for her twin girls after her previous one left without so much as a goodbye. Divorced and with a 12-hours shifts most days, she is very concerned about where her children would stay while she is gone. She enlists the services of Rafe Whitcomb, a professional child-whisperer who comes highly recommended.

Needless to say, she and her children fall head-over-heels in love with him. Gentle, ripped, tatted and deliciously handsome, he is everything she could have asked for. Rafe is literally the human embodiment of sweetness and I freely admit that I have fallen in love.

I loved the sensuality of the author’s prose and the fuzzy feeling I got whenever Rafe and Sloan were in the same room. The writing felt like cool breeze on my face and an hour turned into three and I sadly told Addison and Avery(the kids) goodbye.

This is my first book by this author and the “possibility-of-rereading” are so damn high. Ever read a book that feels like a warm hug. This is it. I love the easy uncalculated love between Rafe and Sloan; not to mention the palpable sexual tension between them. Rafe, of course, is now my number one book boyfriend.

So, I highly recommend this book. It’s funny, cute, and gives off a kind of warmth that is not easily accessible.

Dr. Sloan Copeland has her hands full with twin girls and 12-hour shifts, so when her previous nanny abruptly leaves, she’s desperate to find someone she can trust. That’s where Rafe Whitcomb comes in – a child-whisperer extraordinaire who comes highly recommended.

And let me tell you, Rafe is the whole package. He’s gentle, ripped, tatted, and drop-dead gorgeous. I’m talking heart-eyes emoji status here, folks. I couldn’t help but fall head-over-heels for him, and Sloan and her girls were no exception.

The author’s prose is so sensually written, it’s like a cool breeze on a hot summer day. Whenever Rafe and Sloan were in the same room, I got this fuzzy feeling that made me want to curl up with a cup of tea and never leave.

I was so lost in the story that three hours flew by in what felt like mere minutes, and I was sad to say goodbye to Addison and Avery (the girls).

This was my first book by this author, and let me tell you, the “possibility-of-rereading” factor is off the charts. Have you ever read a book that feels like a warm hug? This is it.

The love between Rafe and Sloan is so easy and uncalculated, and the sexual tension between them is palpable. Rafe is now my number one book boyfriend, and I don’t see that changing any time soon.

If you’re looking for a book that’s funny, cute, and radiates warmth, then I highly recommend this one. You won’t be disappointed!

Tropes: Single-parent romance | Employer-Employee relationship

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