Chris, Adam, Jake and Jenni have been friends for a long
time, which makes for some traditions that shape their
For example, they unfailingly meet every Friday night to
have dinner and catch up – not so bad right?
Well, it can be if all four friends are slightly
Chris and Adam have had a tempestuous on again, off again
relationship that makes for some interesting insult trading
at the dinner table, which is all in good fun, or so it
with his eternal cheer, covers his brokenheartedness at his
latest unexplained break-up with Chris,
which Chris, being his stoic and inflexible self
refuses to discuss or explain.
Jake, the mostly silent jock, lets his friends
talk around him and bring a little warmth into his life,
while picking up lovers that are always wrong for him as his
friends joke that his gay-dar is broken.
Jenni just loves her “guys” as they are not a threat since
they have zero interest in getting her into bed.
Being her safe zone lets her ignore the fact that she
sabotages her relationships because men that want to have
sex with her scare Jenni.
But the guys have a solution for the problem – at least
Jenni’s problem – they will send Jake, of the broken gay-dar
to pick up the perfect guy for Jenni.
The plan is perfect, right?
Except that Jake likes the guy he picked up for Jenni,
Jenni thinks the guy is great for Jake and Chris and Adam
are hitting an unknown level in their warfare that has Jenni
threatening a “talk.”
And to top it all off, Jenni keeps making a fool of
herself in front of a hunky cop while some secret admirer
keeps emailing her…
Never Never Land
is an awesome story for its remarkable interweaving of
several love story lines, ala Suzanne Brockmann, all full of
flawed human characters that won’t fail to pull you into
their struggle to find their way!
Treva Harte displays a brilliant ability to juggle
the very different characters, with their needs, wants and
more importantly dreams and pulls them all together to shape
a compelling story that will have you talking to the
characters in your head while they find their way. Chris and
Adam are an on again, off again couple that in tragedy pull
together so tightly that they are stronger for it.
Jake is the most vulnerable of the men and the one
with the most obvious dilemma – does he let his hormones
guide him or his head?
In the end, Jake’s choice is surprising, yet
satisfying on all levels.
Jenni, on the other hand, flounders until she finds a
partner that can gently guide her past her fears, yet he is
not a perfect man, at all.
In the end, all these wonderful characters come
together to celebrate their HEA or HFN leaving romantic
hearts well satisfied – and hoping we get to read about this
Chris, Adam, Jake and Jenni are unforgettable characters
that jump off the page keeping you turning the pages without
Never Never Land is the perfect read for a day you are looking
for a story that will satisfy your cravings for romance,
hotness, emotion and happy endings – get it as soon as you