More Than Love You (More Than Words #3)

By Shayla Black


I’m Noah Weston. For a decade, I’ve quarterbacked America’s most iconic football team and plowed my way through women. Now I’m transitioning from star player to retired jock—with a cloud of allegation hanging over my head. So I’m escaping to the private ocean-front paradise I bought for peace and quiet. What I get instead is stubborn, snarky, wild, lights-my-blood-on-fire Harlow Reed. Since she just left a relationship in a hugely viral way, she should be the last woman I’m seen with.

On second thought, we can help each other…

I need a steady, supportive “girlfriend” for the court of public opinion, not entanglements. Harlow is merely looking for nonstop sweaty sex and screaming orgasms that wring pleasure from her oh-so-luscious body. Three months—that’s how long it should take for us both to scratch this itch and leave our respective scandals behind. But the more I know this woman, the less I can picture my life without her. And when I’m forced to choose, I’ll realize I don’t merely want her in my bed or need her for a ruse. I more than love her enough to do whatever it takes to make her mine for good.


Before I really get into my review for More Than Love You, I have to say that my heart swoons for Noah Weston.  Shayla Black shows us again how great writing transports the reader to the reality that they are being sucked into.  She adds a sensitivity to each character that makes you believe that you are in the moment with them.  For me, the More Than Words series is Shayla’s writing at her best.

In More Than Love You, we get to know Harlow (sister to Maxon and Griff) and Noah.  This story is different from the first two books in this series because it is written mainly in Noah’s perspective. He is a total outsider to this family and he is seeing the family dynamic with fresh eyes.  He has to find out why Harlow closed herself off to love.  I dare anyone not to fall for him.  He does have his own issues but once he meets Harlow she becomes the only thing that matters to him.

Harlow’s character really drives home how she and her brothers were raised.  But even though Harlow has tried to close her heart, she has a need to help others.  When presented with the opportunity to help Noah, she immediately came up with a plan of attack.  Not because of who he was or that he was hot but because it was the right thing to do.

More Than Love You took me on an emotional journey.  I almost felt like I was intruding on their lives.  These siblings found a new definition of family that did not include their parents.  I can’t wait to see where this series goes next.

More Than Love You

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