Blackbird (Sometimes Never, #1.5)
"Sometimes never is a distorted perception. I love you, Hope. And I'm not the only one. I know you care about me. I see it in your eyes. I feel it. Everybody needs love. Everybody. And some people need it more than others. You're a liar if you say you don't. I'll do that for you. I'll love you.... show more
"Sometimes never is a distorted perception. I love you, Hope. And I'm not the only one. I know you care about me. I see it in your eyes. I feel it. Everybody needs love. Everybody. And some people need it more than others. You're a liar if you say you don't. I'll do that for you. I'll love you. All you have to do is let me." –Sometimes Never What happened in the years between the final chapter and epilogue of Sometimes Never? Blackbird is an 18,000+ word novella that continues Mason and Hope's story as they finish high school, start separate colleges, and confront their demons. Though Blackbird can be read on its own, it is better enjoyed after reading Sometimes Never. Recommended for 17+ due to harsh language and some sexual situations.
Publish date: February 17th 2013
Publisher: Cheryl McIntyre
Pages no: 66
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Short Stories
, High School
, New Adult
Series: Sometimes Never (#1)
This novella basically fills in the blanks as to how Hope and Mason get from where they were at the last chapter of Sometimes Never and where they are in the epilogue. It's nice seeing more of Hope and Mason and it has a lot more sex than Sometimes Never.I really enjoyed seeing more of Hope and Maso...
Blackbird was a nice short read about Mason & Hope's journey from graduation, moving in, counselling and engagement, which we missed in Sometimes Never. It doesn't matter much if you missed it but for the hotness and sweetness of Mason *plus this was free ebook at my time of download* , I gave it go...
This is a bit like an extended epilogue for Sometimes Never (although the events take place before the actual epilogue in Sometimes Never) and I feel like it could have (should have) been included with the actual book to help tie the ends together, especially when it came to Mason's mom. But, it was...
I loved reading more about Hope and Mason. A great read.
Once I was finished with "Sometimes Never", there was no other option but to read Blackbird right away. I was so happy that there was more of Mason and Hope because I certainly wasn't ready to let them go.I love Hope, really I do, but I wanted to slap her badly for that stunt she pulled on Mason. I'...