The Choice

Grant Sommerfield. Dark. Intense. Lonely. With a past he’s built an empire to protect himself from.

Nash Levington. Spelled F-U-N. Easygoing. Born with a silver spoon in his mouth.

And then there’s me. Journey Walker. A good girl with too many responsibilities and too little fun.

Not that I’m complaining. As a physical therapy assistant, I love working with the elderly and disabled. I’ve managed to create a good life for me and my Down Syndrome sister from the ashes my mother left behind. I love my life. I love my sister. I’m content.

Until I meet them. Grant. Nash. On the exact same day, no less. They’re complete opposites, and they both pull out a side of me I wasn’t aware existed.
The side that wants to play. Wants to love. Wants to enjoy new experiences.

When my sister goes to camp for three weeks, things become interesting. And complicated. And so very seductive.

Grant. Nash.

How’s a girl to choose? Maybe I won’t.

Or maybe the choice will be made for me.


I can’t believe how much I loved this book. I’ve kind of gotten tired of menage but I found this one had a unique telling as well as a completely satisfying conclusion so it was a great read.


This was an amazing read. I couldn’t put it down. And for the first 20% of the book, I used up a lot of tissues, I was bawling my eyes out. I was a mess to look at. That’s how much the story affected me.