Actually, I think it really does make sense that this is Nathan's book. Honestly, the way that Nathan's book ended, and the fact that we haven't had any REAL resolution to it yet, has been grinding my nerves. We all know that if Kota goes with the plan, the others will most likely fall in line, but in my opinion, there's an exception to that: Nathan.
One of the reasons I think Nathan is the exception is because of how VIOLENTLY he reacted to the thought of it, and, since the end of P&S, we really haven't heard more than a peep about Nathan's thoughts on the issue. There have been small hints that he might be more okay with it than he originally showed, but there hasn't really been MUCH said about it. He hasn't completely closed off from Sang or the others, so that IS a good sign, but it's also not an affirmative. He's honestly the member that's the most up in the air, I have no idea what he thinks about this, member, except for Kota that is, which brings me to the second reason I think that Nathan is the exception.
Nathan is going to be one of the primary people helping Kota make this decision. I know that they're all close, and they're all family, they all love each other like brothers. However, there are some pairings (Mr. B & Dr. G, North & Silas), and Kota and Nathan is one of them. They're neighbors, they've been friends forever, and they both have somewhat of a connection with their abusive fathers. I think that Nathan and Kota are going to be bouncing ideas off one another and thinking about the plan together. If we want Kota to go along with it, so that the others will fall in line with it to, we NEED Nathan to be willing. In a similar way that Dr. G thinks that it can work if Mr. B thinks it can work, or how Silas might believe in it because of North, Kota and Nathan go hand in hand, and then the others follow.
I think placing Nathan's book here is brilliant, now that everyone knows. He had the most violently against the plan reaction, and if HE can change his mind, things will go a lot more smoothly, especially because I have a feeling a lot of the inner group conflicts about Sang will most likely involve Nathan in some capacity, he's very sensitive, and also has a *bit* of a short temper at times, or he lets his emotions dictate his actions. How he reacted to the bite marks, how he reacted to the idea of the plan, how he reacted to the shower (tearing down his own) (also to clarify I don't necessarily think this is a BAD thing, it's just something I noticed). This book will probably carry us through some of the initial conflicts that the plan presents, and to me, it's not really a surprise that Nathan's at the center of it. However, you always have to go through hard times before you reach the finish line.
Also rest assured, because I have a feeling that this book will focus on some of the inner group conflicts that the plan presents, I'm sure that Mr. B will be plenty present to help walk the guys, and most definitely Sang, through it. She'll be going to him if she sees any kind of disunity between the boys, so I'm sure we'll see him in this book (I also don't think Sang's really come to terms with the fact that Mr. B is in on the plan and most definitely invested in it, and I can't wait for that realization to hit her like a truck, if I'm being honest).
With all that being said, it's been a while since we've had a nice Nathan scene with Sang, and after that steamy kiss at the very end of P&S (I think that's where it was), I'm hoping we get some nice Sang and Nathan smooches cause he's one of my favorites and I've been missing him.