Noble Love Read Online Ella Goode

Categories Genre: Alpha Male, Billionaire, Romance, Virgin Tags Authors:

Total pages in book: 27
Estimated words: 25820 (not accurate)
Estimated Reading Time in minutes: 129(@200wpm)___ 103(@250wpm)___ 86(@300wpm)

I know my frat is questionable, even on its best days, so when Autumn wanders in to clean the rooms in order to pay for her tuition, I know I need to take care of her. First step? Get her away from the brothers and into a safe spot. But this girl is too kind, too gorgeous, and too smart to ignore, and now I’m left wondering who is going to save Autumn from me?

I don’t belong at this expensive college, but a degree from here will make me set for life. If I have to clean a few toilets to graduate, that’s no problem. Dealing with a bunch of rowdy frat boys isn’t on my wish list of college activities, but there are worse things. I can keep the frat boys at bay by being careful and keeping my head down. It’s easy, except where Noble White is concerned. He’s the only I trust—to both save me, and corrupt me, both in perfect measure.

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I hear the conversation as I’m passing Rob Track’s room.

“You don’t mind if I change, right?”

“I’ll wait outside,” says a soft female voice.

“Nah. That will take extra time and I’m only going to take a minute.”

“I promise I’m fast.”

Rob chuckles. For some reason, I stop. I don’t know why. I don’t like Rob and wouldn’t go into his room if I was paid.

“Yeah, I bet you are but you’re not leaving.”

I hear a small yelp followed by “Hey, what’re you doing?” from the girl.

“Why don’t you reach inside my pants and find out?”

I stare at the ceiling and blow out a short breath. Of course, the dickhead is harassing some poor girl. We’re not even a week into the start of classes, and he’s already a problem.

I shove the door open—hard. Inside, Rob has his paw wrapped around the girl’s upper arm. Her hands are up in a defensive position. At their feet is a bucket. It’s an ugly scene, but five minutes later, it could’ve been far worse.

With a jerk of my head, I motion for the girl to get lost. She twists out of Rob’s grip, drops down to grab her supplies, and scuttles past me, leaving behind a scent trail of bleach and nervousness or maybe fear.

Rob puts his hands on his hips. “What the hell, Noble? There are rules here. Rule number one: Respect your brother’s space.”

“You’re not my brother, and if I hear you’re harassing other women, I’ll cut off your balls and feed them to you at the next chapter meeting.” I slam the door shut and start down the hall.

The girl is plastered against the wall, her bucket clutched tightly in one hand and the mop in the other. I check my watch. My old man is due to hit the front door any minute, and I want to head him off. The last thing I want to see is my fraternity brothers falling over their dicks to get his autograph. He’s an asshole and is only here for a photo op because his PR scheme to make my mom look like the devil is failing. I can’t leave this girl alone, though, because the minute I’m gone, Rob is going to be in her face.

I’d heard he was a problem, but Somerset is a big campus. Prior to this year, I have had zero interaction with Rob—even within the fraternity. With over three hundred members, there’s no way you can know every single person, even though that’s what they try to sell you on. I wouldn’t even be in this fraternity if my grandpa Noble Patton III hadn’t attended. He’s my mom’s dad and a stand-up guy. Practically raised us after my old man noped out of the scene to chase hookers and blow.

“Come on,” I say. “You’re with me now.”

She doesn’t move, doesn’t say a word. Instead, she stares at the rubber tips of her worn Converse tennis shoes. Maybe she didn’t hear me.

“Let’s go. Downstairs.” I point toward the landing.

Still nothing.

“If you don’t come with me, Rob’s going to come out here and hassle you again. I won’t be able to save you, so either come with me now or stay here as prey. Your choice.”

“That’s no fucking choice,” she snaps. Her head comes up, and her blue eyes pin me to the wall.

My breath stops at the sight of her face. She’s gorgeous. Drop dead, movie star gorgeous. I feel the urge to drop to my knees and beg for forgiveness for sins I haven’t even committed. I run a hand through my thick hair. This animal house is no place for a girl that looks like her. Even the best-behaved guys are going to lose their shit around her.

“You’re going to be a real problem, aren’t you? Who hired you?”

“Why does it matter? I got this job fair and square.”