logo
Wrong email address or username
Wrong email address or username
Incorrect verification code
Until September - Chris Scully
Until September
by: (author)
As a teenager, Archie Noblesse clawed his way out of the poverty, heartache, and abuse of the reservation and left his family behind. Desperate to shake the shadow of his past, he reinvents himself as Archer Noble, an outspoken blogger and controversial author who lives only for himself. But when... show more
As a teenager, Archie Noblesse clawed his way out of the poverty, heartache, and abuse of the reservation and left his family behind. Desperate to shake the shadow of his past, he reinvents himself as Archer Noble, an outspoken blogger and controversial author who lives only for himself. But when his beloved sister dies, Archer is saddled with guardianship of his niece and
show less
Format: Kindle Edition
ASIN: B01BJY5PGY
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Pages no: 245
Edition language: English
Bookstores:
Community Reviews
Sonia Nosia ~Ruber's fiancé in Crystal Court universe~
Sonia Nosia ~Ruber's fiancé in Crystal Court universe~ rated it
4.5
Oh, this was such a lovely book. I enjoyed so much reading about how Archer, Ryan and the kids become a family despite struggling with grief, stubbornness, fear of not being loved etc. It was beautiful watching blossoming into such a happy little family. p.s. the kids are a very big part of the st...
Ami's Hoard
Ami's Hoard rated it
4.0 Until September (Chris Scully)
I love Chris Scully's stories ... they never let me down before. Her stories are always plot and character driven, which makes it easy for me to feel invested even when the characters may not necessarily likable when you first meet them. Take Archer Noble, for example, who starts as someone dead set...
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook rated it
4.0 ARC Review: Until September by Chris Scully
First off, cover love. I adore this cover. It perfectly fits with the story, and it's beautiful. I don't normally comment on covers, but this one deserved a mention.Secondly, this book was really, really good. Beautifully written, high on the emotions, with much heartbreak but also joy. I loved how ...
Other editions (2)
Books by Chris Scully
On shelves
Share this Book
Need help?