Nate Monson was gorgeous, obnoxiously wealthy, and a player.
He was also the person who could destroy my world with a single decision.
I walked into that bar looking for him.
He saw me. I saw him.
The chemistry sizzled between us, but no.
I hated Nate Monson.
I hated him with everything in me, even though my body did not.
It didn't matter.
Nothing I wanted mattered.
He thought I wanted to get laid.
What I wanted was for him to disappear.
But first, I had to tell him that he had a daughter.
** Nate is an enemies-to-lovers 97k standalone.
Love love love!!!!!
I really loved this book. I loved all of the fallen crest books. The only thing that I didn’t like is that Sam and Mason had more kids? I wish we got to read about that. I also wish we got to experience more of Nate & Quincey’s family with the new kids. But over all I love these books!!!!!!
Such a great book. Super story line
Nate & Quincey
It took me FOREVER to start this book and FOREVER to finish but I am so glad I finished it!
I have been a huge fan of the Fallen Crest series and have been waiting for Nate's book for a long time. Normally, enemies to lovers is not my favorite trope, which is probably why it took me forever to read it, but I really enjoyed this book. Quincey has just gained custody of her niece because her sister just passed away. Quincey loves her niece and wants the best for her but she feels it is only right for Nate to know that he has a daughter. But Quincey's father wants his daughter and "granddaughter" all to himself which is not going to happen when Nate gets involved. Once Nate knows he has a daughter, he drops everything and even allows Quincey to stay with him since he is all the daughter knows.
This books was kind of slow in the beginning, but that may have just been me because I have had a lot going on in life when I first started reading this book. Once I picked this up again, I finished it so fast. Loved seeing some familiar faces come back in this book.