No Matter What [NOOK Book]

Overview

The best doesn’t come cheap…and this time it could cost him his heart.

Adam Steele is good. Good at using his money to get his way. Money always works—until he realizes he can’t buy his daughter’s way out of her new wheelchair. Three private physical therapists later, he’s almost given up on Emily walking again. Then he meets Dr. Jaden Monroe. And his match.

Jaden doesn’t know the meaning of the word “quit”. But she knows a lot about “fired” ...

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No Matter What

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Overview

The best doesn’t come cheap…and this time it could cost him his heart.

Adam Steele is good. Good at using his money to get his way. Money always works—until he realizes he can’t buy his daughter’s way out of her new wheelchair. Three private physical therapists later, he’s almost given up on Emily walking again. Then he meets Dr. Jaden Monroe. And his match.

Jaden doesn’t know the meaning of the word “quit”. But she knows a lot about “fired” after a public blowout with her ex jeopardizes the donation her hospital was counting on. Now the most tempting man she’s ever met has made her just the offer she needs to save the new children’s rehab wing—one million dollars to rehabilitate his daughter. In return she finds herself making Adam rash promises: that his daughter will walk in time to take the lead in the school play. And that he won’t entice her into his bed. No matter what.

But Jaden didn’t anticipate a teen whose injuries are more than physical. Or a man so passionate and devoted—and as tenacious as she is. As Adam wears down her defenses with kiss after kiss, the only thing harder than keeping her promise will be keeping a hold on her heart.

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"NO MATTER WHAT is an enjoyable read from start to finish. ...I completely fell in love with him. Well done!" ~ Romance Junkies Reviews

"NO MATTER WHAT is a touching, warmhearted contemporary romance. ...The well-drawn characters, witty, realistic dialogue, emotionally touching plot and sizzling love scenes make this story a winner. Author Erin Nicholas brings the story to life in a way that ensures you will remember this story long after the last page is turned and the book is closed. Make sure to grab your own copy of NO MATTER WHAT. Do not miss it!" ~ Romance Junkies Reviews

"...No Matter What is an exceptional romance! Through this one book I learned the name Erin Nicholas is one that I want to keep my eyes out for future works. This book offers all the elements that would automatically earn it a place on my keeper’s shelf. It is one that I would highly recommend to anyone who seeks a heartwarming story that will long be remembered once it is finished." ~ Book Reviews by Suzie

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605046877
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 11/3/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 259
  • Sales rank: 144,283
  • File size: 887 KB

Meet the Author

Erin Nicholas started writing as soon as she realized that books were actually created by people versus just appearing in those magical places called “libraries” and “bookstores”. She started writing romance as soon as she realized that happily ever after was real and that she could make the guys in her stories do whatever she wanted. She started writing sexy contemporary romances when she realized her mother actually did know the word “sex” and wouldn’t die if her daughter wrote about it. This is Erin’s first published title.

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  • Posted January 3, 2010

    Suzie Housley, Midwest Book Review

    Adam Steel always prided himself as someone who never took no for an answer. His money has always enabled him to buy him whatever he wanted out of life. The day he discovered his daughter Emily had bone cancer he found his money was useless for he was unable to "buy" a cure. He was faced with the difficult decision to agree to have a portion of her leg amputated to keep the cancer from spreading.

    Adam's heart breaks each time he sees the after effects of his daughter's surgery. He promises her he would hire the best physical therapists to help her learn to walk using a prosthesis. After three failed attempts he blames himself for his daughter still being trapped in a wheelchair.

    Adam puts his last hope in Emily's recovery in Dr. Jaden Monroe's hands. She is known as one of the best pediatric therapists in the country. He offers her a million dollars if she is successful in rehabilitating Emily.

    Jaden trusted in the wrong man to help her gain the funds she needed to build a new rehabilitation wing for the hospital. When he withdrew the money needed to finish the wing she overreacted and was fired from her job. When Adam approaches her with his offer to work with his daughter she sees it as the solution she needs to be able to complete the rehabilitation wing and restore her name.

    Upon meeting Emily, Jaden knows she will have to tear down the invisible walls she has built around herself. Emily is convinced her life will never be the same again and it is up to Jaden to persuade her otherwise. Jaden did not anticipate the strong attraction she feels for Adam. She is worried that history is about to repeat itself if she trusts in another man who is funding a project she believes in. If she gives Adam her heart will he end up breaking it?

    No Matter What is an exceptional romance! Through this one book I learned the name Erin Nicholas is one that I want to keep my eyes out for future works. This book offers all the elements that would automatically earn it a place on my keeper's shelf. It is one that I would highly recommend to anyone who seeks a heartwarming story that will long be remembered once it is finished.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 19, 2013

    I loved this story. I really enjoy how Erin Nicholas writes a st

    I loved this story. I really enjoy how Erin Nicholas writes a story that you can really see happening in someone’s life. This story keeps your interest from start to finish.   

    Adam Steele is a very rich and powerful man that will do anything he can for the people he cares about, especially his daughter. But when all the money in the world will not help get her out of the wheelchair that she is in he feels like he has let Emily down. He has hired three physical therapists already, and she is still not walking. He is almost ready to believe he will never see Emily walk again. So when he finds that the best physical therapist is available, he goes after her. Adam knows that Jaden has been raising money to fund the building of a wing to be a children’s rehabilitation center, but the man who was donating one million dollars has rescinded, and the project is now, on hold. Adam offers that one million dollars to Jaden, but there is a catch; Emily has to walk within a certain amount of time or she loses the money.

    Jaden Monroe is the best physical therapists in the area hospital, but after publicly insulting her ex-boyfriend and causing the hospital to lose his huge donation she finds herself unemployed. When she is approached with the fantastic offer from Adam Steele she takes him up on it. She can definitely help get Emily out of her wheelchair. When she meets Emily and finds out that she has emotional issues as well, she sets out to help her accept this major change in her life. After the failed relationship with one millionaire she has no desire to start a new one, but Adam finds a way to kiss her every chance he gets. As much as Jaden would like to see how good it could be with Adam she fights off his advances as much as possible. The one thing she did not plan on was to fall in love with the daughter and her father.

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  • Posted November 4, 2012

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    No Matter What

    A great story of overcoming the loss of a leg, letting go, and finding love. Could have used a little more romance, but the overall idea was great.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2012

    Fabulous

    This book was fabulous. I loved everything about it. Especially the heroine. She was amazing. So strong, beautiful, honest and loyal. And the hero was absolutely sexy. The story was heartwarming and i loved the way the author let the two leads get to know each other. I would definitely recommend this book. A terrific read! ##

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  • Posted September 30, 2011

    Good

    I enjoyed this book. It was worth the money.

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