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Never Say Never by [Goodwin, Emily]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 809 KB
  • Print Length: 263 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Black Ink (26 Sept. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B015V0AKSK
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #31,268 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Haley Parker and Aiden Shepherd - Two lost souls burdened by more pain than one should ever endure.

Haley is still recovering from some dramatic events when Aiden unexpectedly crosses paths with her.

Aiden himself is a movie star with an image to maintain but behind closed doors all is dark, bitter and sad.

What happens when Aiden will meet Haley? Will she be his undoing or vice verse? Or will they saves each other from themselves?

“She is better than any drug, any drop of alcohol. She doesn’t just dull the pain; she takes it away.” - Aiden
>> Beautifully worded how he feels about Haley.

“Life doesn’t hand out happily ever afters. You have to work for them, claw your way through the darkness, through all the trials and tribulations, and find your own happiness. Then you hold on to it like it’s life itself, and in a sense it is. It’s someone else’s life, but it’s part of you, living, breathing, beating in sync with your heart. Aiden is my happily ever after. He is my second chance. And I want to be his.” - Haley

>> Haley when she realizes when Aiden could be the one to help her pick up the pieces of her shattered soul.

“Don’t let me go,” I whisper, my hands trembling. “Not yet.” I’m not going to. Not now, not ever. I’m never going to let you go.” “Never say never. Hearts get broken when you do.” “I am never going to break your heart. I love you, Haley. I will never hurt you.”

>> The part where the title makes sense.

“Love is scary and crazy. It’s supposed to be. And it means having someone there to walk with you through the storm, picking you up when you can’t go on, carrying your baggage when you don’t have the strength to do so anymore.
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This is the story of Haley and Aiden. Haley is a country girl who wants to live her life rescuing and re-homing horses. She's close to graduating and her dreams are close to coming true when tragedy strikes and she loses her mom on a rescue. Aiden is a Hollywood starlet. He's the British actor on the up and up who appears to have everything that anyone could ever wish for. Fame, fortune and adoration are all his but in reality he's just playing a part and burying his real self. Haley gets a job at a local newspaper to make some much needed money and lands an interview with Aiden while he films his latest film nearby. The story goes from here.

I have mixed feelings on this book. I really enjoyed both characters. Both were relate-able and likable. There were many sides to both of them and i really enjoyed their relationship. But... i think sometimes throughout the book their story was overshadowed by too much detail on the horses and their treatment. Don't get me wrong some of this was needed but for me i think in places it was too much and i would rather have had more Haley and Aiden. There were some parts where weeks or months was skipped over in their relationship and i would rather have had some of that filled in than details of what food horses eat and the treatments for injuries were. There is a really good message in this book about second chances and seeing past peoples flaws. Also to live each day as it comes because life is really too short.

There were some quite emotional bits in here that really pull on the heart strings and i was really happy with the ending Haley and Aiden got.

I would recommend this book to anyone especially horse lovers. Please be warned that if you have recently lost someone some parts of this book may be difficult to read. Overall it was an enjoyable story.
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What happens when two people who are both just living shadows of their lives meet? Of course, they fall in love and work together to fix their lives. Meet Aiden…movie star, big ego, with a HUGE secret. Filming a movie in a small town he meets Haley. Haley…newspaper writer who wishes she could just save horses that are being abused. She has also just lost her mother in a horrific accident and cannot come to terms with that. When these two meet sparks fly. It is evident from the beginning that they are both fighting personal battles. I was amused by how these two avoided their feelings about their lives yet were able to love each other so totally. It was interesting to see how they would fit together in the long term.

I have read a few of Emily’s books. This is the first one that I read some scenes and thought there might have been a little too much detail given. I like a steamy scene as much as the next person, but there were times that I thought TMI. It didn’t take anything away from the story but it did not add anything to the story either. For each of those scenes (there were only a few) there were twice as many sweet, sexy, and sensual scenes that made up for it. Aiden definitely won me over. Haley became someone that I wanted to be okay and happy.
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This is such an emotional book ideals with several difficult subjects, death, grief, addiction but it is all set against a beautiful love story between two people who never should have met, one is a film star and one is a girl who saves horses. The characters are so believable and the story keeps you invested, you are routing for them to work things out so they can be together. Different from other books by Emily I've read but no less enjoyable.
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