Book Reviews of Never Tell

Never Tell
Never Tell
Author: Selena Montgomery
ISBN-13: 9780312993061
ISBN-10: 0312993064
Publication Date: 6/14/2004
Pages: 342
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Good read begins with action nice bits of romance. Enjoyable quick read
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WOW! Filled with romance and a lot of suspense! Really enjoyed my first Selena Montgomery book and it won't be my last!!!
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"The intense byplay between Erin and Gabriel, as well as the search for the murderer, will keep you reading late into the night. This compelling story is an amazing combination of emotion, suspense and drama." -Romantic Times

"An exciting roller coaster ride of emotions and passion that at no time eases interesting and dramatic debut that is sure to have readers aching for more." -Romance in Color on Rules of Engagement

"Selena Montgomery's atypical story deals with many sensitive subjects, and yet has an entertaining undercurrent of suspense and romance. As the story progresses, Montgomery takes readers deeper into the labyrinthine psyches of both protagonists and killer. The suspense is relentless...Never Tell is a well conceived, absorbing read." -BookLoons

"Fans of romantic suspense will appreciate the innovative plot and adventurous language Selena Montgomery employs in NEVER TELL. Gabe and Erin are engaging characters, and the secondary cast at the newspaper, police station, and college round out the book for an interesting tale that keeps us guessing the killer until the end. A good beach read for
the coming hot weather." -NewandUsed Books

"NEVER TELL is a story filled with emotion, sexual tension, suspense and great characters. The main characters are African American, but the hero and heroine could be any race, as Ms. Montgomery has focused more on what's inside rather than the color of their skins. This
story was gripping and kept me guessing to the very end. Ms. Montgomery is sure to be a must-read author. A very good read that I enjoyed very much."