Nature Vs. Nurture by Robin Soma-Dudley

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In the tradition of Jodi Picoult and Anita Shreve, Nature vs.Nurture explores the life of Elinor (Elle) York, a woman that seems to have it all. An influential family, a great job, as a personal shopper, a successful lawyer boyfriend who is politically ambitious, and she lives in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, San Francisco. For Elle, life isn’t as simple as it appears. She is a woman who has spent her entire life pleasing and taking care of others. It was just part of her nature. From her politically connected Mother, to her vineyard owning Father, her reality TV show star of a sister and her demanding boyfriend, the needs of others took precedence over her own.

Everything in her life changes from the moment, Steven Michaels walks into her place of employment as her new client. She feels an instant connection to him and suddenly Elle begins to question the life choices that she has made and wonders if things could be different. As Elle and Steven form a stronger bond, he wonders what part of Elle’s loyalties is nature and part is nurture. Can Elle find away to overcome what has been part of her life for so long?


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Published July 5, 2011 193 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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