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  • Posted September 23, 2012

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    Never Say Never! This is one of my favorite stories from Erin

    Never Say Never!

    This is one of my favorite stories from Erin. She has a wonderful way of pulling you into her books that you can picture all the details as you are reading. I loved the relationship between Kat and Luke.

    Kat has lived in her small town all her life with a dream of being the town’s doctor. She’s also kept a secret that she’s been in love with Luke for years. She has watched him drop everything whenever her best friend Sabrina calls and asks him for help, but never said anything about it. Now that Sabrina is married will she be able to make him realize she’s the right woman for him, or will her one mistake on the job cost her everything?

    Luke knows what he wants in a woman and the main things are that she has to want to live in his home town and love it as much as he does. But after the feelings he had for Sabrina and not getting her will he be able to move on and trust his gut with someone else? He has always had feelings for Kat, but never knew what she felt for him. She has always showed a guy if she was interested in him, and if she didn’t give the signs they stayed away from her. Luke has never received these signs from her, but he has decided he doesn’t care because he’s going after her with everything he’s got.

    He has agreed to drive the RV to Tennessee for Mark and Sabrina, and he is taking Kat with him if he has to handcuff her to something inside it. Well, Kat puts up a fight, so it turns out that’s the only way she’s going with him. Her career is on the line and as much as she loves Luke, she doesn’t have the time to worry about her feelings if she may not have a job to stay in town for. She knows if things don’t work out she will leave and there’s no way Luke will go with her. Can she trust that love is strong enough to help Luke decide he is willing to give up his dreams of living the rest of his life in their home town or will she lose what she finally has after all these years?

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