Never Say Never

Never Say Never

by Geralyn Dawson

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Never Say Never 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Jam packed with action and adventure. Loved, loved, loved Matt. And the 'whodunit' had me guessing up until the last chapters. Great characters and the book made me laugh out loud in several places. I think what I love most about Geralyn Dawson's books is that no matter what sort of story she writes, I'm always sorry to see the book end, and always look forward to the next one.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Photographer Torie Bradshaw and Matt one of the ¿Holy Terrors of Brazos Bend¿ Callahan meet on a tropical island off the coast of South America. She happens to be there at the request of her twin sister Helen so she could see that Collin Marlowe was not a snake besides catching Collin kissing a bikini, she also photographed someone killing him on his yacht. Matt is also on the godforsaken island at a Bradshaw request though his is more of an order from Torie¿s father a General Officer. However, their mutual intervention turns ugly with the murder of Collin, but they survive.------------ Eighteen months later back home in Texas Torie realizes someone is stalking her. She figures her safety is with ¿James Bond¿ Matt so with her pampered dog in hand (literally) she invades his home. As their initial attractive spark ignites into love, he knows he must stop a killer before she is hurt, but he wonders how he can get rid of that pesky canine.------------- The second ¿Holy Terrors of Brazos Bend¿ romantic c suspense thriller (see GIVE HIM THE SLIP) is an exhilarating action-packed tale that can be summed up by the hero who on his second encounter with the military brat informs her that he has had wet dreams about her. Fans will enjoy reading their attraction, antics, and adventures as this sensational saga is an enjoyable novel.------------- Harriet Klausner
Conkie on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
A good read: interesting story-lines, interesting characters, sometimes requires a stretch in its be'lievability. This is the middle book of a trilogy I've read out-of-order; I think it stands alone pretty well. Will continue reading this trilogy.
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mahikahn More than 1 year ago
Matt rescues Torie on an island believing she is her sister Helen not "The Evil Twin" who disgusts him with her paparazzi work. Two years late Torie goes to Matt when she is being stalked. I've seen this before where a short woman has long legs. This can't happen or if it did the woman would have a torso about 12" high. I know, I'm five feet tall. Matt was entirely too hard on Torie. Helen let people think Torie did things that Helen did wrong so she looks like "The Perfect Twin" even though it turns her father, who is at best an SOB, against Torie.
jmx More than 1 year ago
I have the first one too! It is a very good book. I really like the whole series.
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