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Never to Hope by [Grey, Aimie]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2432 KB
  • Print Length: 270 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Insanity Press (30 April 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #385,957 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I really enjoyed this book. I've also read book 1, Never to Keep (you don't have to, this still works well as a stand alone) and was itching to find out more about Alissa. I was secretly hoping we would see more of Thomas in this book too, and although he isn't a protagonist, I'm pleased he's there.
Carter and Alissa make a wonderful couple, they balance each other out perfectly. I love the way their attraction to eaxh other plays out, the way their relationship evolves through its ups and downs. Alissa is a ballsy go get em type, extremely capable of fighting her own battles and showing the men in her life who is boss. I love Carter's patience and obvious, overwhelming love for her.
This is a fantastic story about fighting for what you want, with a brilliantly shocking ending!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Just beautiful! 30 April 2015
By Caro Richard - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
A beautiful story of a man and a woman finding each other and making it work!

Carter - what an amazing man! Hot, intelligent and knows what he wants and boy does that man have patience!

Alissa - screwed up from her past just trying to get through to make her dream come true.

One of the reasons I loved this book is because it wasnt cliche. I had already read part 1 of this book and was wondering where this was going to go....it was beyond fantastic!

I loved Thomas, I want him to have his own story!
4.0 out of 5 stars thoughts on never to hope 6 July 2015
By hello-booklover - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Love Alissa’s story. Love the feistiness and her determination. She has risen above the circumstances of her past to become a amazing woman. Carter is patient, sweet kind and awesome. He is perfect for Alissa and this story of theirs is wonderful to read. Alissa’s parents are addicts adn she doesn’t wish to go down the same road as them so she goes to work in less than ideal conditions and scrimps and saves so she can go to law school. Along the way her aparmtment complex got a nex sexy sweet tenant named Carter. He had instant attraction. Unfortunately Alissa is goal focused so she doesn’t want more than friendship from Carter. She is attracted to the funny sweet guy but her happiness is set aside so she can acheive her goal of going to school. Friendship begins between the two and it is awesome to see the build of trust and the learning of each other that occurs. As they go forth in their relationship beyond friendship there are bumps in the road but they navigate through them together and support one another. Unfortunately both have secrets and when Alissa’s is exposed she feels embarrassed,naked and that she is less than she is. Carter though is understanding and only cares about Alissa. When his is exposed Alissa feels betrayed and exposed. She has a hard time with it and believes the trust that was built is shattered. But Carter is a patient guy. And Alissa works through things and sees who Carter is on the inside and that his secret doesn’t make the person as hers didn’t make her who she is. It didn’t define them. The story is fast paced, sexy and the characters are lovable and real. They have real problems and the emotion from the situations they are in are felt throughout. More importantly the book shows a love that is built on the foundation of trust and acceptance. This is the emotional and beautiful story of Alissa and Carter. How they found one another, became friends and than went further. How Alissa struggled to rise above her upbringing and how Carter was there for her as well to watch her soar.
5.0 out of 5 stars A Reason To Hope 23 Jun. 2015
By M. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Alissa's dreams for a better future for kids like her wasn't just admirable, it was downright amazing. She didn't let the decision her parents made for her years ago ruin her. Instead, she stood up and stood tall, determined she would not let another child go through the kind of hell she'd endured, and set out to make that goal happen. Her approach was different than some would expect, but who am I to judge? Not all grocery clerks are upstanding citizens, just like not all strippers are sluts and/or addicts.

I can't say her plans went awry when she met Carter. He was definitely an unforeseen complication, but he wasn't a deterrent from her plans. If anything, he was a huge help, even when things went south and his lies were brought to light. He kept her focused, encouraged her in many ways to pursue her dreams regardless, made things right between them by giving up his dreams for hers. But trusting him was hard for Alissa and I didn't blame her. Between his dishonesty and lying by omission, I wondered how long she'd stay with him, if staying him was even worth it.

In his case, actions definitely spoke louder than words. Carter proved over and over again how much he loved Alissa. For as much as he messed up, for as often as he spoke out of turn or didn't speak at all, he never once used his love for her as a means to get her to stay with him. If she needed a reason to stay, that was it. He would never use his feelings for her as a way of getting what he wanted. He would cherish what they had, made sure she knew and felt and understood his love for her would always be real.

The characters aren't perfect. Both Alissa and Carter make mistakes. Both say and think things that aren't warranted. But those faults along with the emotions these characters evoke are why I love this story. As a reader, I need to connect with the characters I read about even if I've never walked a day in their shoes.

This isn't an angst-filled or guilt-riddled or depressing story. It isn't just about friendship and love and dreams of a happily ever after. At its core, it's about finding, loving, and having that one person in your life who gives you the strength to move forward, the determination to make something work, and the drive to make it all happen.

(Received from Book Enthusiast Promotions for an honest review)
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful story! 11 July 2015
By aclark - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Never to Hope follows up the first book, Never to Keep, perfectly. It definitely didn't go where I expected it to go, and that somehow made this book better. Of course, the author would know how to take the characters where they need to go, and thank goodness for that. This book. It's just...so good!

I absolutely fell in love with Alissa and Carter. Alissa comes from a troubled past (her parents are drug addicts), but she is determined to rise above her circumstances and make something better for herself. She has a set of plans and rules she follows that puts her on the right track and she is so close to reaching her goal. Carter was born with a silver spoon in his mouth. However, he doesn't want the life that his parents planned out for him. He wants to make his own life on his own terms and I loved that about him.

Carter breaks through Alissa's rules and into her heart, but everything isn't as it seems. Though he made me so mad with his white lie, I was equally as angry at Alissa for being so dang stubborn. My heart also bled for them. I could feel their emotions and longing and want. Their love was swift and strong and powerful. They formed a tight bond in friendship before it became romantic.

Never to Hope is part of the Accepting Fate series, but can absolutely be read as a stand alone without being lost. However, book 1 was so good, that I recommend that you read it first. These are two not to be missed books!
4.0 out of 5 stars GREAT STORY 21 May 2015
By DonnaPhills59pa/ Spreading The Word with Denise& Donna - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Alissa Ross has a big secret she keeps from everyone. She is determined to not end up like her drugged out parents. She has been stashing money away for law school and she figures a few more months at her job and she may have enough. Her job , unfortunately , is as a stripper and prostitute. She calls herself Lisa and she wears a wig hoping no one finds out. In her apartment she goes to check her mail and falls over stuff in the hall. Her neighbor, Carter Smith, apologizes to her for her hurting herself. They have an instant connection, but Alissa doesn't get close to anyone because she wants no one to find out. She told Carter they could do things as friends but that is it. One night while Lisa is working her boss told her she has a couple of clients after her dance. Turns out one of them is Carter. He can't believe she works there and now she feels really dirty because he knows what she does. He wants her to quit and let him help her but she says no. They are really starting to get close and Alissa starts to back away. Then she finds out Carter lied and he is really a cop. She feels really betrayed, but can they get past this. This is a great story, however it does contain profanity and sex scenes. Join Alissa and Carter as they find out how relationships work.
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