Addy's Choice

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Sometimes the hardest thing about lowering our defences is the fear of how far we might fall. That fear had been Adrienne Baxter’s driving force most of her life. It was far easier to hide behind her radio personality, feeding from her audience, than to risk exposure. When she meets Sebastian Davies, the station owner’s son, her carefully applied façade begins to slip. More

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About Nat Hobson

Nat Hobson is the pseudonym of Melissa Barker-Simpson:

I truly believe the ability to write is part of my genetic make-up. Without it I have no identity. Creating different worlds and populating them makes me happy; it provides enough light to blind the darkness in my soul.

Sounds pretentious maybe, dramatic definitely, and yet it’s the truth. I’m an artist. I can be temperamental, moody and sometimes downright anti-social, but I love deeply and I try to be as good as I can be.

I write in different genres, but I created this pen name for my work under the category - contemporary romance. Nathaniel Hobson was my great-grandfather. He was a proud, hard-working man who loved his family and married his best friend. My fondest memories are of the stories he told, stories of ordinary people, stories of love.

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Kathryn reviewed on March 22, 2015

This is a unique read that brings the value of friendship, family and most importantly love into great perspective. There are losses, gains, and self-discoveries throughout Addy’s Choice, which will leave you broken, happy, and practically smiling from ear to ear.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Renee Scattergood reviewed on March 22, 2015

*** I was given a free review copy of this book ***

Two words…Loved it! I’m not usually a big fan of romance, but this book really sucked me in. I didn’t want it to end.

I love a story that feels real and that’s how Addy’s Choice felt to me. Even the “love at first site” aspect didn’t have that fairytale quality that usually turns me off in a romance. I knew from the moment the two main character, Addy Baxter and Sebastian Davies, met it was a deep, almost spiritual, recognition that drew them together, despite Addy’s misgivings.

Every character in the story came alive; their personalities were so genuine I really felt like I was reading about people who might exist in the real world. I fell in love with all of them.

It’s not easy to create a deeply intense and emotional story, but Nat Hobson (a.k.a Melissa Barker-Simpson) really pulled it off. I cried and laughed and cried again. I can’t wait to read Heart of Fire, the next book in the series.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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