Blurb: Amanda Pierson’s long-overdue holiday at the Dunne farm unexpectedly turns into a working vacation when she’s roped into throwing together a last-minute dream wedding for Michaela Exton and Robin Goodfellow. No biggie for one of the best party planners at Fantasy Events, Inc., right?
A monkey wrench lands with a thud when the groom’s son—who’s been watching her every move—declares they were meant to be together. Raven Goodfellow is everything she doesn’t want in a lover. Brash, bold and goth. Yet there’s something almost…magical about their attraction.
The moment Raven saw Amanda’s picture, he had suspicions. Now that he’s seen her in person, he’s certain. She is his truebond, though it will take a delicate, feather-light touch to bring her into his world.
Love takes wing faster than a bird in flight. But when the Dark Queen sends agents to destroy him, Raven finds himself in a desperate fight to protect all he holds dear…or the Dark Queen may succeed where so many others have failed.
Review: Never More is another fun, sexy addition to the Gray Court series. Both Raven and Amanda are quirky and playful and you can’t help but grin at their punny banter.
As with other Gray Court books in the series, we still get time with some of our other favorite characters, though I think I would have liked a little more time with Raven and Amanda rather than quite so much focus on the other characters.
This one also left me feeling as though it was really kind of unfinished. The major dramatic parts, especially towards the end, felt a little flat, especially when compared to some of the other books. By the time I got to the epilogue, I was thinking “That’s it?” because there were some major plot pieces that were totally left open.
So, while I did enjoy this book, it isn’t my favorite of the series so far.