- File Size: 4760 KB
- Print Length: 384 pages
- Publication Date: March 21, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XS7QJ52
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #374,660 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Never Apart (Captivated in New England Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The writing here is strong and character dialogue is realistic. It's also funny as heck at times. Just when I worried that the author was going to drag the reader on a long drawn-out saga of "I can't talk to you" angst, the characters actually DID talk to each other. So...there was some angst but just the right amount. I read this book with a stupid smile on my face some of the time and a tissue clutched in my hand at other times. I want the world to be a safe place for people like Cam who don't fit any pre-made mold. "Who climbed on their high horse and became the authority of what was normal, anyway?" ~Cam
Only a couple of issues with word usage in this book and they surprised me because the word choice in this book overall was vivid and strong. In one case, the characters are planning an event and then someone suggests 'land blasting' someone. The term is lambasting.
Another place a character talks about going to great 'links' to avoid someone. It's going to great lengths. There were a couple more like this that I noted, but I only mention these because they take the story down a bit for me. I do think this is a 4 1/2 star book and I will be watching for more from this author because I want to know what happens to Tatum. And Aaron. And David. And maybe even Blake.
The snarky guy, who loves being himself, makeup and all? Oh, hell yeah!
Sweet sexy scenes that give depth to the relationship? Most definitely!
Cameron was easy to love. His personality, his snark, his love to see people blush. He wrapped me around his manicured finger so easily. Watching his evolution was heartbreaking and fun and made me proud. Cameron was this dynamic characters that couldn’t see his own strengthens and was in denial about his wants for his future.
Nick had been in love with his best friend for years. He never spoke up, never told Cameron because he feared he would lose him. People are starting to see the signs and some things are changing between them. A building tension that they never had was suddenly there. Nick is such a sweet guy with a heart of gold. He had given up so much just to be with the guy he loved even if it wasn’t reciprocated.
This was a long story that held my attention because of the characters this author created. Each one was strong and clear and had their own unique voice and brought something important to the story. From Blake to Tatum and Ian to Kylie and Ren to David. Every single one moved the story forward whether that be with their bad attitude, bad guy ways, best friend status, or constant blushing. I loved their families, their sense of humor, even their annoying sibling interferences.
I’m glad I decided to pick up a copy of this book and cannot wait for Tatum’s book later this year. If you haven’t read this book, I highly recommend it.