Throwback Couple Spotlight: Tate & Isabelle

Tate and Isabelle. From their first meeting in Seth and Morgan’s kitchen to their adventures in Las Vegas, it was clear that this musical couple were meant to be.

Tate’s character took on a life of its own after we met him in Seth and Morgan’s stories. It became clear there was a bigger story to tell of the country singer who lived on the Blake family homestead. As Tate’s troubled past unfolded, I saw an opportunity to flesh out his life and it became apparent the velvety voice rogue just needed the right person to set him on the path to true love. And who else could do it but a violinist in the process of mending her own broken heart and finding her way? And a Reed woman to boot? Isabelle may be the more reserved of her cousins, but she still has a spark that sets the women in the Reed family apart.

New readers, check out their books in the series, Texas Heat and their sequel Cowboy’s Heart.

And listen to Tate and Isabelle’s playlist

Check out Tate’s Character Profile

Check out Isabelle’s Character Profile

What is your favorite Tate and Isabelle book/scene?

What did you like about this dynamic couple?

Do you think Tate will ever resolve things with his biological father?

Leave a comment below!

Happy Reading,

Rhonda

#TBBlakeBoysSummer

About Rhonda Laurel, Author

Rhonda Laurel is a multi published contemporary romance author known most notably for the Blake Boys series.

Posted on June 25, 2021, in Contemporary Interracial Romance, Contemporary Romance, For the Love of the Game, Kenzie's Capers, Love Notes & Football, The Jake Chronicles and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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