Friday, October 24, 2014

Review: Never Let Me Go

Rating: 3 stars

Title: Never Let Me Go
Series: Never Let Me Go #1
Author: Jessica Gibson
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Source: ARC provided by Promotional Book Tours

Cover: 3 stars
Characters: 3 stars
Plot: 3 stars
Heat: 3 stars
Freshness: 3 stars
Addictiveness: 3 stars

Total: 3 stars (12/24)

Grace De Leo was a relationship kind of a gal. Until she met Logan and decided to throw caution out of the window and be wild for one night. She knew  her craziness was going to bring her pain and she regretted  her actions as soon as the morning arrived. Now, how would she move on?

"I was stupid to let myself dream about a future with a man I had just met. He had been clear from the start. It was only the one night."

Logan McFadden was not looking for relationships. He had simple rules to never share last names and personal information with his affairs. Until he met Grace and she proved to be a temptation bigger than his set of rules. Were they fated to be together?
" I don't do perfect, and I don't do relationships. I'm not comfortable with them. They are too familiar."

Never Let Me Go had a good story flow, with no typo mistakes and good cohesion. Both main characters were interesting and it also had several promising secondary characters. The chemistry between characters was obvious and their passionate scenes were fun. The story hooked me enough, that I would have bought part two right now, if it were out yet. 

Even though the main characters were compelling, I was unable to connect or relate with them. Their love story happened  too fast, and if felt totally unreal for me.

I have already signed up for Ms. Gibson newsletter, so I will know when part two will come out. I'm looking forward to it, and to see how the little twist at the end will be resolved.

You may read this book, if you enjoy romantic novellas; you should read this book, if you like billionaire-type-of-love stories; you MUST read this book, if your heart becomes lighter at love at first sight tales!

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