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review 2016-09-05 11:00
Never Too Far (Rosemary Beach #2) by Abbi Glines
Never Too Far - Abbi Glines

Goodreads Synopsis:  He had held a secret that destroyed her world.

Everything she had known was no longer true.

Blaire couldn’t stop loving him but she knew she could never forgive him.
Now, she was back home and learning to live again. Moving on with life… until something happened to send her world spinning once again.
What do you do when the one person you can never trust again is the one that you need to trust so desperately?

You lie, hide, avoid, and pray that your sins never find you out.

 

 

Review:

 

This book started off right where Fallen Too Far ended. It’s also told in both Rush and Blaire’s POV which I thought might help me like Rush but unfortunately it didn’t. He’s always so angry and just does things without thinking it through first. His irrational behaviour really got on my nerves!

 

This book was so back and forth that nothing actually happened. Rush needed to stop thinking of it as a Blaire or Nan situation, one minute he would be telling Blaire how he loved her and how she came first and the next he would be ditching her or lying to her because of Nan. Also after we found out the big secret in book 1 they were all being so dramatic and blowing it way out of proportion. I know Blaire was hurt by the lies but they all just needed to get over it!

 

The only redeeming quality of this book were the secondary characters. I loved Bethy, Woods, and Grant. Not only were they fun loving and caring but they also showed great character development from the first book unlike our main protagonists.

 

The ending of this book was cute but thats about it. The story didn’t progress or develop much further because Rush and Blaire were going back and forth the whole time, it got old really fast.  The main reason I read this one was out of pure curiosity but I’m not sure if I’m going to read the 3rd book or at least not right away. I think I’ve had enough of Rush and Blaire’s toxic relationship and I don’t feel I’ll be missing out on anything either way.

 

 

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review 2015-10-19 00:00
Never Too Far
Never Too Far - Abbi Glines

3.5*

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2015-08-11 17:16
Never Too Far by Abbi Glines
Never Too Far - Abbi Glines

     This is the second book in a series, spoilers will be present.

 

     I went into this book with no expectations as I disliked the first one. For most of the book, it followed exactly what I thought it would....immature characters who can't seem to get over themselves. 

 

     Blaire seems to have a knack for running away whenever anything becomes slightly complicated. I've never seen the 'strong and independent' female that had to deal with the death of two important people in her life and the disappearance of the only parent figure she had left. She's completely impulsive and that's not a good characteristic to have because she is -you guessed it!- PREGNANT,

 

     I figured it was only a matter of time before Ms. Glines puled some sort of card that made the characters seem  that they were meant to be and what would be better than to add a baby to the mix? The only issue is that both of the parents are extremely irresponsible and Rush...well he can only seem to think about one thing at a time. Whether that is Nan or Blaire, he can't seem to even GOLF without stalking his girlfriend.

 

     I DID,however,like that Blaire finally got over herself and realized that the baby is as big a part of Rush's life as it will be hers. She can't go on and NOT tell him until she's about to disappear. Ugh. These books. 

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review 2015-02-27 00:00
Never Too Far
Never Too Far - Abbi Glines "...you, Blaire Wynn, make my life complete.

Blaire is back in Alabama and she now has a secret of her own.

She goes to the graveyard to visit the graves of her mom and sister. She asks her mother for advice, even though she knows she won't get an answer. It simply makes her feel better. Then a car too fancy for her small hometown pulls up. It's Bethy. As Blaire and Bethy start to walk toward the car to go grab a bite to eat, Blaire hears a barely audible whisper saying, "There's your answer."

Bethy wants her to come back to Rosemary Beach, but Blaire knows she won't be able to face Rush. After Cain takes a trip down to Rosemary and gets himself punched in the face after questioning Rush, Blaire calls him to see where he is. She then asks Bethy to take her to Cain (who says he's in a hotel outside of Rosemary) so she can drive his truck back home.

She never planned on going to Rosemary Beach, but when she calls Cain again, she finds out he's actually in Sumit with Callie. Realizing it's wrong of Cain to string Callie along, Blaire asks Bethy if she can stay with her for the night.

Let me tell you how good this book is. I was reading it at work, at the end of my shift. When it was time to go, I did NOT want to put the book down. I have never not wanted to leave work and go home. Never Too Far has been a perpetual thought in my mind since the first sentence.

I was beginning to get annoyed with Blaire. I know why she wanted to stay away from Rush, I completely understand. But I was team Rush all the way and wanted Blaire to give in to him. Then Rush screws up a couple of times and I'm practically yelling at him to get it together. Any book that can make me feel that much frustration, is a keeper.

Near the ending, Grant seems to be the voice of reason and I was cheering him on, but then Abe (Blaire's dad) steps in and drops an unexpected truth bomb. I was glad he was finally being a man and telling Rush what he didn't know. The real story behind it all.

The last paragraph was a favorite of mine. I was overjoyed. Will Rush and Blaire get their HEA? We'll see....

Recommended to everyone!

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