Book Review + Release: Every Choice by Samantha Rey



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Red is everywhere.

Not just red, blood.

Blood is everywhere.

It is all over me.

Cassie Whitlock has relived that day countless times in her dreams for the past four years. It left more than just physical scars, it has caused her to close herself off to everyone. She no longer believes in love. Love only ends in pain.

That’s why when she meets Luca, she is surprised by the immediate and undeniable attraction between them. She doesn’t want complicated and she knows he’s about to make everything complicated. As their lives become more intertwined, it becomes harder to hide her secrets, and harder to resist him, but when she discovers he has secrets of his own, she begins to question everything. Cassie has to make a choice: hold on to the ghosts of her past or be brave enough to imagine a future.



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4 star review-2

This is an interesting NA about a couple that have survived tragic events in their pasts and their coping mechanisms have been remarkably similar, sex for the sake of a few seconds of bliss. How the no strings attached relationship between two broken people changes, and in turn changes them, and their outlook on life, was a poignant read. I feel like the author did a fantastic job with this story, and was highly impressed with the amount of emotional involvement she inspired. I felt that a few of Luca’s issues could have been expanded on, and a bit more info with several key points could have been provided, so I’m going give the book a 4 out of 5 stars. That being said I would still highly recommend the book to anyone. I loved the story, and I really felt she did a fantastic job with her characters.



I quickly found the notebook that had slid under the passenger seat and was locking the car when divine intervention made me look up.

I could see Luca clearly through his window, the shades were completely up. He was shirtless, which had my body feeling all sorts of things without my permission. I walked a little closer and out of the street lamp light in case he looked out and saw me staring. He was every bit as beautiful as I imagined he would be. I pictured running my fingers along his smooth chest and down to feel the slight indentations to mark his six-pack. His waist narrowed to slender hips and when he turned, dear Lord, the V was in full sight.

Against my better judgment, I stepped even closer so that I could see his face. He was several stories higher than me, but I could see him fairly clearly. Every time I had seen Luca, his face had been a mask of cool calculation and astronomic arrogance. He didn’t seem to look that way now. In fact, his expression made me care about him in a way that I didn’t want to. It’s like he sent a hook out and it pierced its way through me and now I had no choice but to be reeled in.


The voice came out of nowhere and startled me. I turned around so fast that I lost balance and fell into the bush next to me. No one ever said dancers were graceful off the stage.

“Shit,” I muttered as I struggled to push myself up. London came over and helped me.

“I’m sorry,” she apologized. “I didn’t mean to startle you.”

“No, it’s fine. I was the idiot who fell.” I said, following her up the stairs.

“What were you doing in the bushes anyway?” she asked.

I was not going to tell her the truth, that I was looking at the hot guy in the window who doesn’t want me, but somehow that makes me want him even more.

“Nothing,” I replied.

She didn’t say anything until we got inside and I sat back down on the couch to continue my homework.

“Well, I’m going to go do some work in my room. Try not to fall into any more bushes while watching hot, half-naked men in front of windows, will you?”

She didn’t even turn around to see my mouth fall open as she left.