Never Let Go by Scarlett Edwards

Never Let Go - Scarlett Edwards

Inspired by true events...

The first day of college gives every girl a chance to reinvent herself.

I go and screw mine up by meeting the most gorgeous guy I've seen in five years while talking to my cat.

But Andrew Crowner is far from judgmental. By the end of our interaction, he has me smitten by his easy manner and kind smile. And from the way his eyes linger on me before he leaves, I start to think that maybe I’ve caught his attention, too.

I let myself believe that luck may finally be on my side. That is, until I stumble on my roommate, and her overnight guest: Spencer Ashford.

Lean, tattooed, and sexy as sin, Spencer is exactly the type I need to avoid. I would have no trouble with that... were it not for his swift and inexplicable interest in me.

Suddenly, I go from a girl with next-to-no experience with boys to one caught in the crosshairs of two completely different men.

Andrew's interest is wholesome and sweet. Spencer's is edgy and raw. My choice should be easy. But there are always complications, and sometimes, matters of the heart take the least expected turns.





My Review: 


I've read Scarlet Edwards Change of Hearts books and loved it. This one, the verdict is still out there. It's 3.5 a bit of a limbo stars for me.

The book is definitely well written, funny and romantic. 

Paige was brought up by her grandmother in a very conservative way. The mantra drilled into her at the all-girls’ boarding school she attended is that sex is bad. Her whole life has been structured to teach her the dangers of pre-marital sex. Going to college was her fresh start. And on her first day, she met Andrew and Spencer, two hot guys who are the complete opposite to each other. While Andrew is wholesome, sweet and very responsible, Spencer is the bad boy, known as the universities "walking one-night stand." 

I am ambivalent on Andrew and Spencer's story or character. And Paige, while I get her on some parts, on other parts I'm like "huh?" It might just be me, but I feel like something is missing. 

But I'm hopeful. I can't wait for the next part of their story.