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Tasting Never (Never Say Never, #1) - C.M. Stunich 3.5 stars

I liked this book but unfortunately I didn't love it. I expected something a little different, maybe lighter, at some parts I thought ill give it only two stars, I liked the beginning and tough uuuu great book, but at some parts I thought it was too dark.(sometimes I don't mind dark read, maybe just not today) The main characters are troubled and deeply scard, have a strange way of coping, and Never cries a lot. There is no ending and we never got to find out Tys story, we will have to wait till the next one. :( There were parts that I liked, they found help in each other and love that they both desperately needed to start the healing process.

I'm hanging out with a guy with butterfly tattoos who worked
as a hooker and blew me off at our first meeting. The same
guy who tackled a person with a gun just to save me and has
a smile with dimples. I'm making a friend.I smile.

They didn't like each other in the beginning but destiny put them soon together again, and made them rethink their opinion.

I know then that somehow, someway I'm going to have to
open up the Pandora's box of my past soon. Sometimes, the only
way to go forward, is to take a few, careful steps back.

She had a dark past and didn't speak to anyone about it, until he came along and helped her find the light in the present and with baby steps letting go of the dark in the past.

He's got sweat on the tip of his nose, across his
forehead, and down the sides of his neck. I wish I could take his
shirt off, explore that hard plane of flesh, finally get a chance to
explore a man's body like I never have before.

They were instantly attracted to each other, but they were too much alike and too afraid of making more damage to themselves and each other.

“I never really tried, Never. I didn't know what to try for.”
“But you do now?” I ask, but before Ty can answer, the door
to the back opens.

It takes a lot of courage to go through life in the dark.
Most people have a nightlight,something to chase away the
monsters and beautify the storm, but I've never had that,
so I've learned to be brave. I might fuck strange people
and I might cry and maybe I smoke too much, but I know how
to deal, so that's what I'm going to do.

They managed to find each other and have enough faith and trust in each other to fall in love.

“You're the kind of guy that lies, that cheats,
that – ” Ty takes my chin in his hand and forces
me to look at him. I try to jerk my gaze away, but
he won't let me.
“Maybe. And you're the kind of girl that loves
and leaves, that breaks hearts without even knowing
that you're doing it. If you want, we could be
good friends, Never.”

I have mixed feelings about this book, but mostly I liked it.