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Never Have I Ever is a really tense reading experience. I took another little sip. Wonderful - suspense and surprises, real characters, loved the cat and mouse interaction between Roux and Amy. This was a great psychological thriller.Her greatest joy is her family: her devoted professor husband, her spirited fifteen-year-old stepdaught. Teens interested in more girl-centered mysteries should check out our list of recommended titles. Who is this new book club imposter.
Women in denial shoved at people who told them truths they were not ready to hear. Panda nodded, like always. It makes a difference.
Joshilyn Jackson is a tremendous storyteller, offering unexpected twists and turns right up until the last pages. They were all such well-developed characters - even baby Oliver. Deftly plotted, and I found this book so hard to put noel. Women in denial shoved at people who told them truths they were not ready to hear.
See all 10 questions about Never Have I Ever…. She quickly livens things up with free-flowing alcohol and the spilling of secrets by playing a game of Never Have I Ever. Well thought out and constructed. A diabolically entertaining tale of betrayal, and love filled with dark twists leavened by Joshilyn Jackson's trademark h.
January 9, 2020
One way or another. Maybe no more husband and possibly baby. The star rating reflects overall quality and learning potential! One twist after another and an ending that left me shocked in the best way.
New neighbor Roux has other ideas, Amy is a person worth rooting for. I guess you just never know. With all her flaws, and steers the normal bookish discussion into game play. Before they know what is happening Roux seems to have taken over the book club and the women are drinking shots and playing a game called Never Have I Ever.