Book 2, Sometimes Never - Sometimes Never, Book 2
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Park Reed is a bastard in every sense of the word. He hasn't always been this way. But after his heart was broken by the only girl he ever loved, being heartless gets him through the day and allows him to fill his nights with the nameless girls he has no intentions of seeing again. He now lives his life following the ever-growing list of “life lessons.”
Lucy Braden is everything Park is not. She’s sweet, caring, and an all-around nice person. She tries to follow Lucy's Rules to Live By every day.
When Park moves in with Jessie, which happens to be the floor below Lucy, Jessie's one stipulation: Lucy is off limits to Park. The problem with that is Lucy is determined to be a good friend to Park and see past the drinking and random girls to find the man beneath it all. The other problem: Park follows his own rules.
*This is a New Adult novel. Recommended for 17+ due to sexual situations, harsh language, and drug and alcohol use.
It is a companion novel to Sometimes Never, and many of its characters are in Park’s story. However, Before Now can be read as a stand-alone book.
I tried I really did
Horrible story, I can't event finish the last 100 pages and it's surprising that I even had that many to go. It was cheap copycat of Beautiful Disaster. Park had too many issues and Lucy sorry LuLu was a flower of happiness. Oh please. And what had me laughing was that they were only 18/19, so you telling me he was 14 living a hard knock life?? I know it fiction but lets wheel in the nonfiction emotions please.
I'm not really an avid reader, but picked this one up on a whim, and was amazed. So buy it you won't be disappointed!
Great read! It was so much more than the last few iBooks I've purchased. Finally, I don't feel like I waisted my $. It was touching and deep but young enough I didn't feel like I was reading my mom's book. Adult enough that I could relate. Thanks!