Review: No Matter What

NoMatterWhat No Matter What by Erin Nicholas

4 out of 5 Licks

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

Handsome billionaire Adam Steele is good. Good at getting his way. If nothing else, 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.

Feisty physical therapist Jaden Monroe has never met a man quite like Adam. She’s not sure if it’s his I’m–in–charge attitude or the heat in his eyes when he looks at her, but she finds herself wanting to say yes to anything he asks. Like when he asks her to help his daughter walk again. Of course, the million dollars he offers—just enough to finish the pediatric rehab wing Jaden has been working for and dreaming of—is hard to say no to as well.

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 she and Adam fight their attraction, the only thing harder than keeping her promise will be keeping a hold on her heart.

This book has been previously published and has been expanded from its original release.

Warning: Contains heated arguments that erupt only slightly more often than hot kissing, a new perspective on kitchen appliances, and sizzling sex occurring everywhere BUT the bedroom (though they eventually make it there).

One of the more popular tropes right now is the billionaire/millionaire love story and this one definitely falls into that category.  I’ve started to get a little tired of the premise, but Erin does a good job keeping it fresh with the addition of a teenage daughter who lost a portion of her leg.  Adam hired Jaden to help his daughter walk again, he wasn’t expecting to fall for her-we all know where this is going right?  Of course they fall in love, but not without some issues along the way.  I liked the teenage daughter.  Her attitude and surliness kept things interesting and made it feel real.  It wouldn’t have worked as well if she was super cooperative.  lol  Adam does something stupid (we all knew it was bound to happen at some point) and then makes a big gesture to try to make it right.  This one is more sweet than sexy overall.  Don’t get me wrong the chemistry between these two was huge, but the main focus of this one wasn’t how hot they burned up the sheets.  I am very excited for the next installment of this series.  I’m glad Erin decided to write more because I really need to see Tony find some happiness. 

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