Lives ripped apart, shattered and rebuilt.
Evan and Nate Archer: Brothers, best friends, warriors and now enemies. Both in love with the same woman. Both determined to fight for what they want.
Nate Archer promised to protect Ryley Clarke in the event Evan didn’t make it back. It’s a promise between brothers since the early days of basic training. Nate never considered that his feelings, long buried since high school, would resurface and grow stronger.
Evan Archer wants answers. He wants someone to pay. After being gone for an unprecedented amount of time, nothing is making sense now that he’s home. Most of all, he can't understand how his brother ended up engaged to his fiancée. Evan is determined to uncover the mystery, and win back his family.
The Archers are about to fight dirty
In Choose Me we find out that Evan and the rest of his team were deliberately kept away. He comes home after six years to find that his fiance has moved on with his brother Nate. I enjoyed the "love triangle" and found myself torn about which brother I wanted her to end up with. I really loved both brothers and could see either one of them making her happy.
I really enjoyed pretty much everything about this book except for how one of the brothers suddenly decides Riley isn't the one for him. I'm not sure how you can supposedly love someone so deeply and for so long and then BAM...all your feelings have changed. I can't really say more without revealing spoilers. The whole ending was a little too neat for me and hard to believe. That being said, I still loved the story and Heidi's writing flows so beautifully it makes me wish the book could go on and on.
I'm giving this book 5 stars in spite of my problems with the ending. The rest of Choose Me more than makes up for it.