When falling out of love, refuses to become an option… Nathan Roque first met Lenora Baker, a beautiful, exasperating, and bitter girl when she was just fifteen years old. He fell so deeply in love with her that he suspected that in his lifetime, nothing else could ever mirror the kind of commitment that she drew out of him. But she is left heartbroken when an unfortunate incident drives them apart.
Thirteen years later, he sets out to reach out to her when he can no longer resist the consuming thoughts of her that have haunted him for so long. However, the same demons that caused him to let go of her in the first place are still holding him back. But when he is thrust into a situation where he has no choice but to become professionally involved with her, a Pandora’s Box of angst, resentment, and passion is unleashed . Now they are forced to make the decision on how to proceed. But will it justify the one that they made in the past, or will it mock it?
If you missed it, read my review of Book 1: The Beginning of Never. In Book 2 we pick of with Nathan and Nora 13 years after the incident that broke Nora’s heart. They are both in New York now but have nothing to do with each other, except for the fact that they keeping tabs on each other lives. I don’t really want to give too much away but eventually Nathan and Nora are brought back to interacting with each other and the story will hook you in. I love Nora and Nathan but just want to scream at them for how they act. They both are wonderfully written and deep characters who need each other. I really enjoyed this book from the start but about halfway through I sat down to read ONE chapter before bed….. and well I stayed up until midnight when I finished the book. I just could not put it down. I am anxiously awaiting the third book as with the same style as book 1 one it ends with a bit of a cliffhanger. If you love a good dramatic love story you should pick up these books!
About the Author
I currently live in England. My days are spent in the Project Management field while my nights are spent with books. I’m either reading them or writing the ones that I want to read. My favorite things and in this particular order are books, Korean dramas, ice cream, and people who smile through everything. I consistently tell people that these are the four things they need to be happy but do they believe me? No! Well I believe me, and you should too.