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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
Nathan Thinks He Knows Best by Alex Bahscot is an impressive romantic novel that’s humorous and realistic, appealing to both teens and adults. It brings the fun to business rivalry in the actual world, with two smart, witty, and funny people as the core characters. Nathan Knight, who runs an advice column in the Daily Standard newspaper, takes a dig at Rozlyn’s column, causing her a huge backlash from fans. He does this because he felt slighted by something that she said on her show. Rozlyn Rook, with her column in the Daily Voice newspaper, repays the favor by striking him where it hurts. Their actions toward each other result in unforgettable outcomes. The warring parties will soon discover that there’s a thin line between love and hate.
Take a break, Tom and Jerry, Alex Bahscot is here with something new! Nathan Thinks He Knows Best is a fast-paced romantic comedy that kept me on the edge of my seat. It was filled with lessons but didn’t lose the ability to make me laugh. Alex Bahscot’s style of writing is simple and easy to understand. The dialogues were free-flowing and kept me engaged all the way. Bahscot must have had so much fun while writing because Rozlyn's and Nathan’s antics left a permanent grin on my face. This book contains so much action and entertainment, and this is only the prequel, a taste of the main dish. I’m fully invested, and I really can’t wait to get my hands on the novel-length book.