Five years ago, Lisa fell into the lap of
Trace on a South Carolina beach. Now after five years of
loving him, and jet setting around the world, she has decided
enough is enough. She is moving to New York as it looks like
Trace is never going to be willing to give her the family and
loving marriage that she craves.
On her first day in New York she meets
Justin, who is a handsome executive who works in the same
office as she does. He immediately falls in love with her and
pursues her, even when she says her heart belongs to another.
Justin wants more from her than just a
string of one-night stands. But, is Trace really willing to
let her go? Will Lisa figure out what is really important to
her in time to marry one of the men?
Do we all make good and bad choices in
life? In A Choice Between Two, Lisa seems to
only be able to make bad choices. But, the author does a good
job in letting the reader understand why these choices are
made, even if I disagree with most of them. I found both of
the leading men she had to choose from to be annoying, which
might have explained the bad decisions. Though the story did
have super hot and erotic loves scenes, I was so annoyed with
the characters that I cannot highly recommend this story.
Others might enjoy A Choice Between Two, but I
found it to be so unreal that I couldn’t even put it into the