New Release + Review: The Note by Natalie Wrye


The Note by Natalie Wrye is HERE!! Donโ€™t miss it. #OneClick today!!



Whoever said “Revenge is sweet” is a liar.


There’s nothing “sweet” about the vengeance I want against Sophia Somerset.

Because when this quick-tongued waitress with more curves than the real estate market makes off with my most prized possessionโ€”and the only item saving my company from collapse, payback is the only goal I have plannedโ€ฆat first.

My only saving grace?


The note she left behind. And my proof.


Problem is: I canโ€™t stop thinking about the adorably haphazard thief.


Taking my revenge against Sophia may not be sweet. But it sure is sexy.


If only I can save my companyโ€”and my traitorous heartโ€”before itโ€™s too lateโ€ฆ










She closes her eyes for a second. โ€œIt was sudden. But thatโ€™s no excuse. I stole from you.โ€ Her amber-green eyes gloss. โ€œAnd I am sorry. Sorry about it all.โ€

But Iโ€™m not interested in her excuses. Or apologies.

What Sophia Somerset did to me three nights ago was just another reminder that people arenโ€™t to be trusted.

Not your friends, most of the time. Definitely not your family. (My own father had clearly shown that.) And certainly not strangers.

On a desperate night, I forgot that. Forgot myself.

I wonโ€™t again.

โ€œItโ€™s fine.โ€ I cluck out with a nod. โ€œThen you can get it when they open up shop today, yes?โ€

โ€œI should be able to.โ€ She pulls that delicate neck of hers pin straight, clearing her throat. โ€œThat was first. And secondly, Iโ€ฆโ€

My brain goes into overdrive, my patience snapped. Iโ€™m sitting there, somehow letting Sophia control the conversation and whatever reticence was left in me, whatever restraint that kept the bear in my body on hold is let out of its cageโ€”ready for destruction.

I hold up my hand. โ€œI have to be honest with you, Miss Somerset. Iโ€™m not interested in your โ€˜seconds.โ€™โ€

I allow my eyes to burn into hers, my words never stopping.

โ€œYouโ€™re a criminal, Little Bear,โ€ I throw the days-old nickname at her. โ€œAnd no amount of little apology, no amount of tiny retribution you think will be worth it can even the score of what you did to me. What youโ€™ve allowed to be doneโ€ฆโ€ I trail off, finally sinking the nail home, the temptation to touch her stronger than ever.

I resist, sitting even straighter. I fold my hands over the table. โ€œNow, you want to tell me what this condition is, so I can say โ€˜noโ€™ to it?โ€

Ari’s ๐ŸŽฉ๐ŸŽฉ๐ŸŽฉ๐ŸŽฉ hat review:

The Note was a well-paced and sexy read I really enjoyed. Natalie Wrye puts her on special twist on the classic (and a favorite of mine) Enemies-to-Lovers trope and it worked so well. Not only do we get the delicious sexual tension between the MCs that the trope usually conjures, but we also have an intriguing storyline, plenty of drama, deceit, and touches of suspense that make this a book you wonโ€™t want to put down. Not to mention Noah is as sexy and swoony as book boyfriends can be. He had me at โ€˜helloโ€™ even if he was a tad drunk.

Twisty, intriguing, and suspenseful, The Note by Natalie Wrye is one great ride you wonโ€™t want to miss. 4 stars.



Natalie Wrye is a reader, writer and tequila lover best known for writing suspenseful big city romance and characters whose HEA’s you’ll love rooting for.

A notebook hoarder whose books have been featured on USA Today’s HEA and PopSugar, when she’s not watching Netflix re-runs or yelling at college basketball games on TV, she’s usually crafting sexy suspenseful stories about hard-bodied, take-charge heroes and the strong-willed women who crave them.

She loves it when people get weird with her on Instagram, or NatalieWrites(at)



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