Strange how life deals the cards sometimes …
Life was perfect for Mia Devereux.
“You can always have me, Mia. I’m always yours. Forever, suga.”
She had everything she always wanted.
But maybe life wasn’t so perfect after all.
One event threatens her happily ever after.
Will Mia revert to her old ways of dealing with her pain?
Or will she fight?
Or will the hurt simply be too much to handle?
Can she get past the pain and recapture the life she so desperately wanted?
“I’m working on me…slow but sweetly.
I will find my way…slow but sweetly.
Baby, I’ll love you…slow but sweetly.
I’ll love you, my dear…endlessly.
Baby, please don’t turn away from me.
Remember I’ll love you…slow but sweetly.”
Wow! What an incredible read! Never Over You was a fantastic follow up to Still Into You and will leave you breathless. You won’t know whether you want to be happy, sad or mad; maybe a little of both…
Never Over You picks up right where the last book left off. Mia and Ethan are finally getting to start their forever, but life has other plans in store for them. Mia and Ethan’s relationship will be tested in ways neither of them ever thought possible. And when it’s all said and done, you’ll be wondering, Is love enough?
From the moment I started reading this book, I was hooked. I could not put it down. I devoured each word. I was hooked on Mia and Ethan. I wanted to see them happy and enjoying their happily ever after. However, their story had it’s fair share of ups and downs. The trials that Mia and Ethan faced were so relateable, so easy to understand. They both hurt each other badly. Some ways more obvious then the others. Their emotions so palpable, so consuming. My heart went out to the both of them as they tried to work past the pain and despair. I found myself cheering them on, wanting them to fight for their family, their love, their HEA. Their story filled me with so much love, hope, anger and frustration. There was a time I even felt like throwing my kindle-that’s how much their story effected me.
Never Over You was beautifully written and captivating. This is a story about forgiveness, hope, love, strength and facing your fears. It had just the right amount of angst, drama, romance and frustration. I’m sad that Mia and Ethan’s story is over, but couldn’t be happier with the way things turn out. I can not wait to read more from this author in the future.
*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review.*