When I read Tasting Never, I wasn't sure if I'd like it. It's not the typical kind of book that I read; contemporary romance isn't my favorite genre. But I was so pleasantly surprised with how much I loved it, so I immediately picked up the second book (had to wait a bit for the third cause it wasn't out yet). This series became one of my favorite series of all-time. This story is amazing. But don't take my word for it; read it yourself and decide if I'm right or wrong.
After I finished the last book, I felt sad because I didn't want the series to end. I've become so involved in Never and Ty's story, and I absolutely love them as a couple. I'm also enjoyed the other characters, especially her family and Noah Scott. :)
Thank God the series is continuing. And I'm beyond excited to read Never Can Tell!!
And, without further ado, here's the cover!
I love it! Although, I've been wondering why it's so different from the covers of her Never Say Never trilogy. I know, I know. I shouldn't compare the books, let alone their covers; it's not fair. But I can't help it. :P
I can't wait to read this!!
Title: Never Can Tell
Series: Never Too Late #1 (follow up to the Never Say Never trilogy)
Genre: New Adult/Contemporary Romance
Mature - Ages 18
Goodreads Link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17881358-never-can-tell
Release Day: June 20th, 2013
Amazon Link for Book One: http://smarturl.org/slqli
*Warning: steamy excerpt from Tasting Never below. ;)
Ty's hot mouth is on my neck, and I find myself taking short, sharp, little breaths as I press my shaking hands to his chest. If I sleep with him again, I'll be making the biggest mistake of my life. He's the first real friend I've ever had, and I don't want to cheapen the feelings that are simmering between us. We made that mistake once before, and we survived. We've been through a lot since then, and I know that if I lose him now, I will never be whole again. Ty is my other half, lover or no, and just being around him is enough for me.
“Ty,” I say, trying my best to sound stern. Instead, my voice comes out like a butterfly, flutters against Ty's hair and swirls it gently against my lips. I moan and find that my fingers are now curled in the fabric of his T-shirt.
“Never,” he says back to me, the word like fire against my skin. In those two syllables, I hear how he feels about me. He thinks he's in love. Ty McCabe thinks he's in love with me. He doesn't say it aloud, but I can tell. Sex isn't the best way for me to show my feelings; I've abused it for far too long that it has somehow lost some of its meaning. I try to tell Ty this, but I can't speak with his lips on my throat and his hand sliding across the nape of my neck.
I run my own hands down his chest and put them beneath his shirt, on the hard plane of his belly. His muscles contract as I press my fingers into them, touching, feeling, absorbing the man, the complication, that is Ty McCabe. All the while, my mind is racing in circles trying to talk me out of this.
“Kiss me,” Ty says and it's not a question, it's a request, albeit a gentle one. His voice is softer than I've ever heard it. His words are naked, stripped of all the bullshit that's happened to him, all of the horrible things that mirror my own life. Ty and I are like twins, like two halves of the same whole. They say that opposites attract, but Ty and I are very much the same and the attraction between us burns brighter than the sun. “Kiss me,” he says again and I do.
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