Title: Nathan's Choice (Impeccable Choices Book 1)
Author: CK Long
Genre: Erotic Romance
Host: DRC Promotions
Nathan Parker, a ladies man to his core, has no desire to settle down. That is until he meets a blue-eyed bombshell with chestnut hair. Suddenly things he has never felt or thought before began to emerge. His main thought, he wanted her… bad!
Child psychologist, Samantha Rodgers, is a force to be reckoned with, not just as a black belt in Taekwondo. When she tragically lost her mother nine years ago to cancer, she dedicated her life to bring down the surgical oncologist, Dr. David Wise, responsible.
Unable to keep himself from falling for her, Nathan will do whatever it takes to get close to Samantha, even help her expedite her revenge. Passion builds between them, almost suffocating them with yearning. Neither of them let anyone in, but they can’t stop from pulling the other one close.
Darkness begins to surround them, threatening to extinguish the new unfamiliar flames that blaze between them. They are each other’s strength and weakness. Nathan’s choice is clear, Samantha and justice. However, the price could be higher than he can bear to pay.
Nathan is a man-whore that doesn't do relationships. He didn't have the easiest time growing up. He was thrown out when he was 16 years old by his stepdad. But he still made it through high school and college. He made something out of his life and now he tries to help kids like him.
This is where Samantha, or Sam, comes in. She is his surprise date for a charity event. It was a set up by his cousin. Sam is a doctor that loves helping kids. She has lost everyone she has ever loved, so she doesn't do relationships either, or one- night stands.
The reason for the 3 star rating is because this story was very predictable to me. I honestly knew what was going to happen throughout the entire book. It was an okay read. I didn't get any of the suspense that I should have. The problems never really gave me that "oh my god" feeling. It felt dry to me. I have read the other reviews and I know that I am in the minority with my opinion and I am fine with that. I think the story has potential. It also felt really rushed to me. It does end in a cliff hanger, but I honestly don't mind them.