Saturday, August 15, 2015

The Way to Never by O.E. Boroni

Pages: 360
Goodreads rating: 4.54 / 5 Stars
My Rating: 5/ 5 Stars
Genre: Adult, Contemporary Romance

Summary:


When falling out of love, refuses to become an option… 

Nathan Roque first met Lenora Baker, a beautiful, exasperating, and bitter girl when she was just fifteen years old. He fell so deeply in love with her that he suspected that in his lifetime, nothing else could ever mirror the kind of commitment that she drew out of him. But she is left heartbroken when an unfortunate incident drives them apart. 

Thirteen years later, he sets out to reach out to her when he can no longer resist the consuming thoughts of her that have haunted him for so long. However, the same demons that caused him to let go of her in the first place are still holding him back. But when he is thrust into a situation where he has no choice but to become professionally involved with her, a Pandora’s Box of angst, resentment, and passion is unleashed. 

Now they are forced to make the decision on how to proceed. But will it justify the one that they made in the past, or will it mock it? 


My Review:

Review originally posted on Goodreads

I received an ARC from the publicist in exchange for an honest review. Thank you very much Paula and Ms. Boroni!

After finishing The Beginning of Never, I badly want the sequel.The Way to Never because it sets 13 years after Lenora and Nathan's last encounter. They are now grown-ups and young professionals. It's nice to see them settled in their own careers and they are more matured. Eventually, these two ex-lovers moved but they still have issues that needed closure. 

I must say this book took an impressive transition with the characters and as well as its story. A part of me still hopes that Nathan and Lenora will be together again but it's not that easy. I love how they are so familiar with each other and it's pretty obvious they still love each other. Oh my god. I swear their moments made me swoon and my heart swells. Let's be realistic, the chances of them ending up together is 50/50 for me. Hell, I'm taking that 50% they will end up together despite of everything. Nathan Roque is more deserving than Damian. Yes, I'm still Team Nathan here. Honestly, I don't like Damian. He is insensitive and arrogant guy. Lastly, the twists here took me by surprise and I'm smiling like an idiot because I really didn't expect it. What an emotional roller coaster. Goodness gracious!

Oh my goodness.. That ending! Cliffhanger! Where is the third book?! I need the third book!! This is such a wonderful and well-written sequel. Kudos to Ms. Boroni! <3

2 comments:

  1. This book looks so good! I love the cover too. I neeeeeed to get into this series. Great review!

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