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Never Coming HomeE is still alive With no evidence the police aren’t interested so Devlin and Kaz have little choice but to investigate themselvesDevlin never gets involved with a client Never But the time he spends with Kaz the he desires her – and the his carefully constructed ice man persona starts to unravelThe desperate search for Jamie leads down dangerous paths – to a murderous acuaintance from Devlin’s dark past. My original review was posted at you know that feeling when even though you have to go to school or work in the morning you still stay up until 2 am in order to finish a book Now that's what happens when you find something fantastic And that's how it was with Never Coming Home When I picked it up I expected to read a romance or maybe a family drama But boy was I wrong What I thought would be a family saga with a bit of suspense and with some romance on top turned out to be a gripping romantic thriller It just blew me awayEvonne Wareham's masterpiece was thoroughly gripping and full of suspense from the very first page You literally cannot guess what's going to happen next which makes Wareham's book even brilliant To make it even better it was uite easy to connect to to the characters I wasn't really keen on Kaz if I'm completely honest but Devlin and Kaz's mother's characters definitely make up for this It was interesting to see that even though they're both grown ups Kaz still behaved like an angry and rebellious child at times and her mother was the one who made sense of everything and tried to calm her down or make her think logicallyAs for Devlin I think he was the most interesting character in the story and definitely my favourite one Apart from the fact that he's good looking there's something about him that makes you love him even What I liked the most was that we don't know much about his past and he's full of secrets We know nothing about his family or his life in general and it's as if he himself doesn't want to remember either He built up a cold and confident exterior but at the same time you can't help feeling that there's something in there deep down a vulnerable side to him that he tries to control I'm always drawn to these types of characters so naturally Devlin was a first class addition to the novelI could go on and on about how sensational Never Coming Home was but I think you'll believe me if I say it's a must read I've ready a lot of mysteries in my life but Evonne Wareham takes suspense to a whole new level It's shocking it's dark but at the same time uite hopeful and optimistic you'll love it

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When Kaz El is told her five year old daughter Jamie has died in a car crash she struggles to accept that she’ll never see her little girl again Then a stranger comes into her life offering the most dangerous substance in the world hopeDevlin a security consultant and witness to the terrible accident scene inadvertently reveals that Kaz’s daughter might not have been the girl in the car after allWhat if Jami. Kaz El has lost her five year old daughter in a car crash She's still struggling to accept that she will never see Jamie again when a witness reveals to her that the child in the car may not have been her daughter Security consultant Devlin saw the accident and has his suspicions about what really happenedAs the police won't investigate further Devlin and Kaz take on the job themselves The search leads them into danger not only because of what happened to Jamie but also because of a threat from Devlin's shadowy past I enjoyed this romantic thriller even though I guessed various plot developments pretty early It is well paced the characters are engaging and the ending is suitably dramatic If you like your thrillers with a generous dose of romance you should enjoy Never Coming Home

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Never Coming Home Free read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¹ When Kaz El is told her five year old daughter Jamie has died in a car crash she struggles to accept that she’ll never see her little girl again Then a stranger comes into her life offering the most dangerous substance in the world hopeDevlin a security consultanAnd all across Europe to Italy where deadly secrets await But as long as Kaz has hope she can’t stop lookingA contemporary romantic thriller set in London Italy and the US A complex mystery plot as well as a gorgeous romanceEvonne describes Devlin the hero in terms of chocolateExtremely dark and slightly bitter spicy with a surprising sweetness in the aftertaste Hmm perhaps a dark chocolate rum truffle perhaps. This was a terrific story but was let down by some unforgiveable errors that passed the editing and proofreading process And I'm no professional but if I spotted them then someone else should have before this was published I really liked her characters and her story pacingI had sweaty hands as we approached the end myself It annoys me so much when an author does such a great job and then the presentation lets it down She did go a little overboard with the constant sex on the brain from both parties too Considering the tragic background to their meeting I felt they could have restrained themselves now and then Damned is not spelt dammed hanger shouldn't be written as hangar nor wring as ring bar tender is usually one word and so is mind set Boy's Own should have been capitalised alsoThere were a LOT of missed commas fullstops and apostrophe mistakes as well As husband's go doesn't need one at all either Many words were missed from sentences They sat for moment or where kept his cigarettes or she added after secondthis type of thing should smack an editor in the face However the truly unforgiveable mistakes for me are when a character's name gets altered and it happened twice that I noticed here She suddenly changed Suzanne to Susanne This alone easily cost it one star in this reviewit's just sloppyI'd never heard the expression 'sending cat's paws shimmering' and Googled it but the only hit was from this book HeheheI'll try another from this author but I have to say I'm not rushing which is a pitypresentation matters though to this reader