Book Reviews of Never Tell

Never Tell
Never Tell
Author: Karen Young
ISBN-13: 9780778321439
ISBN-10: 0778321436
Publication Date: 6/1/2005
Pages: 464
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 57 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
Full of mystery, passion and suspense! Keeps you interested until the very last page. Good reading!
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Intriguing book.
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Wow, wow, and wow! Everyone who knows me knows how much I love romantic suspense, and I'm always thrilled to add another author to my to-be-bought list. Karen Young has just earned a place towards the top with the heartwarming, heroic, suspenseful, and highly romantic tale of NEVER TELL.

For artist/designer Erica Stewart, opening a shop with her friend Jason Rowland was a dream come true. The exclusive boutique in the Galleria of Houston's high-end shops, Erica's creations of handmade jackets and quilts are being noticed by everyone who is important-brand name fashion designers, readers of the Houston Chronicle, and most especially, Lillian Trask. As the wife of Morton Trask, CEO of CentrexO and a man to be reckoned with within Houston's elitist society, Lillian has made it her life's mission of the past few years to know everything there is to know about Erica Stewart.

Erica wants only one thing-to see her business a success, and to put the past behind her. When her husband and child were killed nine years ago in a car accident, Erica's life forever changed. Not knowing who was behind the horrific crash, never seeing a perpetrator brought to justice, forced Erica into a state of mind that she never wants to revisit. Now, she has her shop, and her friendships. What she doesn't have, and has no desire in having, is a relationship with a man.

That changes when Hunter McCabe, an architect who'd rather be a cowboy, steps into Erica's store to choose a birthday present for his mother. Immediately attracted to Erica, Hunter wants nothing more than to sweep the lady off her feet. But as Erica opens her heart to Hunter, someone in the wings isn't too happy about their budding relationship-and has no attacks of conscious making their anger known in increasingly dangerous ways.

Mystery, passion, suspense, and an intriguing plot make NEVER TELL a romantic suspense delight. Karen Young has written a true winner with this highly remarkable story-one that you won't be able to put down once you've starting reading.
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Helpful Score: 1
This is a great book. I've never read her before but I am going to look for more by this author. I could not put it down, I was constantly asking who, and why..A very good read worth the time.
Patsy G
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Helpful Score: 1
Excellent book...I really enjoyed it.
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Enjoyable read :)
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Haunted by memories of an August nine years ago when a car crash robbed her of her family, artist Erica Stewart has focused her life on her thriving Houston boutique. No one is more surprised than Erica when a new man walks into her life.

Texas borna nd bred, Hunter McCabe is a successfule architect who is smitten the moment he meets Erica. He's determined to pursue her ...despite her efforts to keep him at a distance.

But someone is watching the dance of attraction between them with growing alarm. Someone who understands the dangerous connection between Hunter's powerful, politically connected and the accident that shattered Erica's life. Someone who understands that soon secrets will be revealed and lies will be exposed....

And that murder is the only guarantee of silence.
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Erica Stewart is overwhelmed by the success of her Houston quilt-design shop, but she has lived a monastic life for the last nine years. Her husband and daughter were killed in a hit-and-run accident that left her in a coma and wiped out her memory of the horrific event. Now, with all the notice she is receiving, in walks a man she has a hard time distancing herself from. Architect Hunter McCabe is a Texan to the bottom of his soles and is instantly smitten with the beautiful designer. The more she pushes him away, the harder he tries to break through her shell. As the two become involved, Hunter's family members try to keep them apart, and it becomes apparent that they know more about Erica than they will admit to him. Hunter helps Erica as snippets of her memory return, and soon Erica's life is in danger, while Hunter pushes for answers that may keep him and Erica permanently apart. Young's romance is suspenseful and entrancing
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"Oh, What a tangled web we weave,"...good one.
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Mystery, passion and suspense.
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Excellent book. I really enjoyed this one!
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This is a romance book, but also a mystery. I really enjoyed it.
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Terrific romance with suspense and passion.
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This was a great read. I was unable to put it down!
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Great story, very good writing.
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Contemporary mystery with a nice twist at the end. Very good
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haunted by the memories of an august night 9 years ago when a car crash robbed her of her family artest erica stewart has focused her life on her thriving houston boutique , no one is more surprised th an erica when a new man walks into her life. this story was predictable but a good readf. i put it down a couple times but there is a good story line even tho you know all the way thro, what happened and how it ends. of course it doesnt help when you always read the ending first, kk