Book Review: Rafe

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.


Hello! My name is Preye and I am a 2nd-year law student at the University of Porthacourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. I love writing, reading and Korean dramas. When I am doing neither of these things, I can be found manifesting my inner Tina Snow on the dance floor.

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