The Notion of (Un)Biased Decisions

You can't choose who you love, or is that just bias?

the first time Emma meets Gabriel Lee he ignites a flame in her that can't be put out. Falling in love should be the easiest task in the world, but it hardly ever is. Despite her better judgement, Emma still finds herself pursuing the temptation that is Gabriel Lee. As their connection grows, so does her lust, her confusion, and her guilt.

Book Reviews

4/5 stars

“The book is described as NA romance, but it's much more than that. It has great characters, psychology, relevant topics are being discussed and I enjoyed the plot. I couldn't put the book down and I really want to learn more about Emma's group of friends.”


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4/5 stars

I was fascinated and had mixed feelings about the unique taboo love story, that (again) challenged my biased opinion of a relationship. At the end I really loved it and enjoyed this beautiful book. I can't wait to read more of the author's books.


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"When you're your own worst enemy, there's no negotiating a truce. There's no coming to an understanding or making an agreement. You convince yourself that those thoughts are the truth. That whatever you do, you need to become what's expected of you." 

- The Notion of (Un)Biased Decisions