Noble Hops by Layla Reyne
Review by Lauren
source: copy from Netgalley; all opinions are my own
Official Summary (add to Goodreads): So much for the quiet life. Just as assistant US attorney and brewery owner Dominic Price is settling into a comfy new chapter with his partner, FBI agent Cameron Byrne, the sudden death of Nic’s father puts their happily-ever-after in jeopardy. Nic immediately suspects foul play, his prime suspect a notorious gangster his father was indebted to—only now the loan shark is out for blood.
Cam has been longing for Nic to finally let him in on this very personal case. But when Nic’s belief that he’s the sole Price heir is upended, the line between personal and professional starts to blur, leaving Cam unsure of where he stands.
Nic is depending on Cam’s kidnap and rescue expertise to save his recently discovered family member before it’s too late. But with a dangerous threat closing in, the ghosts from Nic’s past cast long shadows. Any relationship could crack under the pressure, but for Nic, finding his family might mean losing the love of his life.
Review: If you’re a fan of m/m romance, then I highly recommend author Layla Reyne. She writes some amazing books. Noble Hops is the third and final book in the Trouble Brewing series, which is an off-set of the Agents Irish and Whiskey series. I loved all of the Trouble Brewing books, but Noble Hops definitely deserves all the stars (I gave it 5 on Goodreads). I think Nic and Cam make an amazing team, both professionally and personally. I’m really bummed this is the final book in the series – maybe we’ll get a short story or two? A girl can hope.Noble Hops by Layla Reyne #bookreview #ontheblog! Final book in this amazing #mmromance series! Click To Tweet
What’s great about Noble Hops and the others in the series is that while there is a romance, there is also a lot of action and mystery. If you’re new to m/m romance, or don’t like just romance books, then I recommend all of these because you really do get a nice mix of genres! Noble Hops is a wonderful finale to the trilogy. These are books you’d want to read in order, as they not only follow Nic and Cam, but a larger story/mystery also connects them all. I thought everything came together really well, and I was definitely satisfied with the ending.