Nick is a player, always has been. The first time he ever wanted more from a girl he was shot down. So now he's left licking his wounds. Emma made her choice and now Nick has to live with it.
Or does he? When he finds out that Emma is single after all, will he fight for her? Will he be able to convince her to give him a chance? And if he does, what will happen when he leaves?
Nick has reached a crossroads in his life - the girl or the dream.
Seems like an easy choice when the girl of his dreams is Emma. But what if she doesn't see things the same way?
Crossroads is the second book in the Finding My Way series
* Mature Readers 18+
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Crossroads is the continuation of Emma and Nick’s story. We already know that Emma has been fighting with herself about who she truly wants to be with…now she has the chance to be with Nick…or does she? Nick has been attracted to Emma from day one; but she’s been fighting him every step of the way because he is a player….but even a player can change his ways for the right girl!. What could possibly stand in the way of the two of them being together now that Emma is single again….Nick is leaving to find out more about his family that’s what! Can these two find happiness even though Nick is leaving for Greece? Can Emma get over her insecurities? I LOVED every second of Crossroads….it was amazing! During Finding My Way, I was not sure who I wanted Emma to end up with but by the end I knew I did not like Seth! I was so happy to find out that Nick and Emma would be getting their own story! 5 stars!!! ***ARC provided by author in exchange for honest review***
*Warning: If you have NOT read Finding My Way, this review will have spoilers for you* This was a great conclusion to Nick and Emma’s story. I felt like I was there with them at times and totally blocked out everything around me while I was engrossed in the story. Well written characters, a well developed plot, and good scene description all came together for a stellar book. I found Nick and Emma very likeable characters despite their faults. They were realistic, had real life doubts, and real life expectations. There were a few times I wanted to shake some sense into both of them because a lot of things would have been solved by better communication. However, I that just make them more believable as people. Nick is a hot DJ who was a HUGE player in the past but has finally found someone he wants to be with in Emma. I liked a him a lot in this book. He really grew as a person. Emma frustrated me at times with her lack of confidence and not talking to Nick when she had doubts but she learned and grew as well. I really enjoyed following their journey together. The book was well laid out and flowed nicely. Scenes transitioned smoothly and were described in enough detail to give the reader a nice visual with out bombarding them. All the characters were well developed (even the secondary one). I can’t wait to read Seth’s book and I hope Ethan (Emma’s Brother) gets a book or a novella. I would also like to read a follow-up novella to find out what happens with their relationship in the future and Nick’s relationship with his dad. Crossroads is a 5 out of 5 stars for me. Great job!