Mar 18, 2013

DeeJay Reviews: Finding Never by C.M. Stunich


Finding Never by C.M. Stunich

Publication Date: March 2, 2013
Genre: Dark New Adult Romance
Series: Never Say Never #2
Source: Bought for Kindle

DeeJay's Rating: 5/5 STARS

Never Ross and Ty McCabe have come a long way – but they can't stop now. Their pasts are still there, ready to sweep over and consume them if they don't confront them. A visit to Never's family seems like the first logical step, but will it make things better or worse? And what about Noah Scott? Ty is Never's tortured other half, but can he also be the healing balm that she so desperately needs? With McCabe's past still a virtual unknown, Never is going to have to make more than one decision capable of breaking both their hearts. (Goodreads)

This book was wonderful and amazing and I totally enjoyed every second of it. It made me laugh, it made me sad, it made me angry, it made me hurt for the main characters. But I loved it still.

Never's first encounter with her family after five years went just as expected. BAD. But there were good points and not every relationship with her family was unsalvageable. She faced her demons and even though it was painful, she had to do it. I hate Angelica, Never's mother, but Ty said it best. For Angelica to face what happen all those years back, she would have to admit that she was wrong, that she made mistakes and she's not strong enough for that. Way to go, Ty.

Tyson McCabe is awesome. I fell for him like almost immediately in Tasting Never and I am now full on in love after reading this book. Even tormented, he is an amazingly strong person. He is like a crumbled wall. Broken, but when hit with the pieces, they hurt. I love how he was there for Never and supported her in every way possible. He didn't judge, as if he could, and was just so understanding I almost couldn't stand it. Do guys like him really exist? I think they do. I think there are more Ty McCabe's out there than we could ever imagine.

Never confuses and annoys me, but I still love her. I feel for her, even though I couldn't connect with her. I've never been through anything half as bad as the shit she had to endure, so I can't even speak on it. I can't say I would have done things the way she did. She's brave, and if ever forced to face this type of pain, I'm not sure I would be as brave.

The last fourth of this book drove it home for me. Beware, it ends on a cliffhanger, but it's the best sort of cliffhanger. C.M.'s writing is just amazing and she has a way of connecting words with emotions like you wouldn't believe. I absolutely cannot wait to sink my teeth into Keeping Never. 

Favorite Quote

"I am like a fucking Disney prince or some shit. Want me to sing? I could sing." –Ty McCabe


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