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. No, she was back home and learning to live again. Moving on with life...util 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 your sins never find you out.
What can I say that I haven't said in my review of Fallen Too Far. Abbi Glines has a way of creating amazing and intriguing characters and bringing them to life on the pages of all her amazing books.
This book is told from both Blaire and Rush's POV (point of view) and it was nice to see the different situations in the book from both their POV. There were many times where I was so mad at Rush while reading Blaire's POV, than it would switch to his and he would redeem himself.
I fell even more love with Rush Finley in Never Too Far, if that was even possible. Yes, he had issues and being in a relationship would be new...but he knew he loved Blaire and that was all that mattered. Blaire came first, everyone else be damned. He just needed to find a way to prove this to Blaire.
I felt so bad for Blaire...to have learned that the life she had was a complete lie. I felt for her and cried with her as she was trying to get back up and put her life together again. The last thing I expected was what she faced in the beginning of this book. She had a major obstacle ahead of her, and she felt like she was alone.
I loved seeing all the characters, Bethy, Jace, Jimmy, Woods and Grant in this book. I love Woods and how he was willing to help Blaire in any way that he could. I loved how protective Bethy was of Blaire and that Blaire had someone who fought for her when she felt that she couldn't.
Of course, since this book was part of Rush's, we had to deal with Nan and her outrageous behavior. I seriously wanted to slap the girl on many occasions...and Rush would make me so mad when dealing with her.
There was a lot of character development with Never Too Far and I think Rush and Blaire did most of it. They face a lot of life challenges in this story and I was pleased with the ending of the book.
I would definitely recommend Never Too Far only if you have read Fallen Too Far. If you haven't, read that first because this book starts off with spoilers from the first book.
I gave this ♥♥♥♥♥ out of ♥♥♥♥♥ on Good Reads.