Natalie’s Choice by Sam Crescent


Natalie’s Choice by Sam Crescent
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short story (136 Pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Reviewed by Tulip

Natalie Pritchard doesn’t want to come between the men of Chaos Bleeds. So when Slash and Butler both try to compete for her, she’s not having any of it, and steps away from them.

Slash is pissed. He’s wanted Natalie from the first moment he saw her, and he knows that Butler only wants her because he can’t have someone else. There’s no way Slash is going to lose the only woman he’s ever loved, especially when he’s not even gotten her yet.

When Natalie goes on a date with an old friend, Slash is tempted to follow her, but decides against it. When they get a call to say Natalie’s been badly beaten, Slash knows he’s wasted enough time. He should have been there.

Waking up to see Slash there, Natalie is brought back to the first time she saw him, how he made her heart flutter, and the crush that thrived before her father died.

Will Slash finally be able to woo his woman, and to have the family he’s been craving? Will they get their happily ever after?

I really enjoyed this amazing book!

Sam Crescent returned to her exciting Chaos Bleeds MC with a great tenth book in this series. As usual, this was a great read. As for the plot it was intriguing and captured my interest right away. In the beginning there was some tension between Slash and Butler over Natalie. Slash was always going to claim Natalie as his own woman though. I thought he was patient and very sweet about it. Until Natalie got hurt and then alpha Slash came out to take charge.

As usual with this author I loved the strong vibrant characters. She gave them a personality of their own which helps to immerse the reader in the story. The pace was a bit slower than I would have liked but Natalie was hesitant to cause problems between Slash and Butler. I loved that Devil was so protective of Natalie like a father figure, perhaps. Lastly, I liked that not all hope was lost for Butler either.

Natalie’s Choice is another great book from Sam Crescent.

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