Welcome to Nevermore, Texas, population 503, where witches and wizards live side by side with humans, and where witch Lucy Rackmore is in trouble. Ever since her former lover snuffed out her magical abilities, everyone in town is looking to settle a score with her family. And Lucy's only hope for... show more
Welcome to Nevermore, Texas, population 503, where witches and wizards live side by side with humans, and where witch Lucy Rackmore is in trouble. Ever since her former lover snuffed out her magical abilities, everyone in town is looking to settle a score with her family. And Lucy's only hope for survival may be her ex-brother-in-law-whom her sister betrayed and nearly killed.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 1st 2011
Publisher: Signet Eclipse
Pages no: 290
Edition language: English
Series: Wizards of Nevermore (#1)
This was more of a 2.5 rating.I didn't believe Gray and Lucinda as a couple. They held no interest for me mostly because their story just ended with a nice tidy bow. The whole marriage of convenience thing was a sham. He kept calling her "baby" when he wanted to get under her skirt. Bleh!I liked the...
4.5 STARSThis was a darker novel than I expected form this particular author. What novels of Ms. Bardsley’s that I have read are usually light fluffy and funny. “Never Again” had much darker themes and was truly an interesting and absorbing read. Magic is the norm and magical people are quite co...
3.5 stars, surprisingly enjoyable. I had seen other books by this author and left them on the library shelves with grunt of supreme disinterest, which I now think may have been due to the cheesy titles and chick-litty covers (Because Your Vampire Said So, etc.)Anyway, this was much better than I exp...
The first half is a 2.5, the second a 3.5 so I'm settling on 3 stars. I didn't love or hate this one. I just didn't get immersed in the world like I should have.
3.5*s. In spite of the rather cheesy cover this book was a pleasant surprise for me. I haven't read any Michele Bardsley before but this was a nice start to a PNR series. As frequently happens in the starting book I thought the romance took a bit of a back seat to the world building. I still real...