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After a devastating loss, Evelyn Sanders and Luke Rogers think the worst is behind them. They’re starting college with the world at their feet. But dreams of football glory and a happily ever after are shattered when past secrets blow up in their faces. They could have had it all, but some betrayals may be too much to forgive.Every day it gets harder for Luke to control thAfter a devastating loss, Evelyn Sanders and Luke Rogers think the worst is behind them. They’re starting college with the world at their feet. But dreams of football glory and a happily ever after are shattered when past secrets blow up in their faces. They could have had it all, but some betrayals may be too much to forgive.Every day it gets harder for Luke to control the rage growing inside him. Forged by his dark past, he's determined to turn himself around before he becomes the very thing he despises. He won't quit until he makes himself worthy of the woman he loves. But can he do it before she gives her heart to someone else?There's another man waiting in the wings. One who's loved Evelyn as long as he has. One who has never hurt her. And Marcus is done waiting. Only Evelyn can decide if her future lies with her high school sweetheart or the guy who wants to mend her broken heart....

Title : Never Let Go
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ISBN : 33816281
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Number of Pages : 181 Pages
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Never Let Go Reviews

  • Katie Michaels
    2019-06-14 07:46

    I love this book. And not just because I wrote it, though I did write it. I fell head over heels for Marcus. (I think you will too.) It's got some good sexy times, tears, tension, and drama. And my favorite love-to-hate douche, Jeremy, is back, wreaking more havoc than ever.Don't miss the next chapter of Luke & Evelyn's journey.

  • Nina Life of a Bookworm
    2019-06-15 06:30

    I think I can say that this one was even better than the first one :) I really enjoyed it very much and highly recommend these two books :D

  • Karin
    2019-06-01 05:37

    3.5 ✨✨✨✨This book drew me in more then the first one and I started to feel a slightly better pull to the characters then then book one. I enjoyed Evelyn and Luke much more as a couple in this book and enjoyed seeing them grow more into adults. There's a few things that come up, especially Luke's secret that kept the book engaging for me but, I just wish I felt more emotion towards the storyline then I did.I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book

  • Susan Trewick
    2019-06-15 12:54

    This is the second book in this series, it's not a standalone, you must read feels like love first. This book follows Luke and Evelyn's relationship, both at college an hour apart, both are struggling to find time for each other and other responsibilities. Both are still grieving from a past tragedy and Luke is struggling to control his temper. Throw in douche Jeremy, Marcus making a move, Luke's past coming back to haunt him and you have a great read. I really enjoyed this book, I read it in one sitting. You really are taking on a roller coaster of emotions, the chemistry between Luke and Evelyn is still sizzling and melts your kindle! I loved Marcus, he has come a long way since the first book and overcome huge obstacles in his personal life, I really hope he gets his own book. Another great read from this author, hope there's more to come in this series. ** reviewed for sweet and spicy reads -ARC provided for honest review **

  • Kelly
    2019-06-15 11:34

    I honestly didn't know which way I wanted this story to play out. On one hand, Evelyn and Luke were so darn good together in book 1 (even in the midst of all the angst and heartache). On the other, I REALLY like Marcus and how gentlemanly he is. I mean, I REALLLLLY like Marcus. He deserves a happy ending (snerk) and to have all his dreams come true.Here's the sitch: when an incident from the past rears its ugly head, Evelyn and Luke run into some unexpected issues. Actually, it's more than one incident. Not only did Luke hurt Evelyn with his actions, but he's heading down a path that he really doesn't want to go down. One that jeopardizes everything he's built with Evelyn and puts him in a bad headspace.When Ev and Luke take a break to deal with all the crazy, Marcus is there for Evelyn. He's there and he's a perfect gentleman and I REALLY LIKE THE GUY.But I still dig Ev and Luke together. DO YOU SEE HOW THIS IS MESSING WITH ME? I want them all to end up happy and unless they jump on the creative loving train, it's not going to happen like that. *cries salty tears when no one is looking*THAT SAID, I REALLY ENJOYED THIS BOOK. Possibly more than book 1, which I didn't expect because I liked book 1 a lot. Love, loss, heartache, and redemption are all rolled into one shiny package. I LIKE!-Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal

  • Vanessa Haley
    2019-05-30 12:45

    I received this book in return for an honest review."Never Let Go" by Katie Michaels is the sequel to her first book "Feels Like Forever" in the "A Lot Like Love Series". For me, Katie Michaels continues to weave her creativity magic, with a novel with many layers, and a plot that will have you turning pages, wanting to know more, until the end. I enjoyed this book as much as the first, and recommend this series as a must read. I would recommend reading "Never Let Go" as part of "A Lot Like Love" series to fully understand and enjoy the 2nd installment like I did. Here in "Never Let Go", Katie Michaels continues to have such a power with her words that you can't help but continue to fall in love with her characters, smiling with them through the good times, and crying with them when everything goes bad, as you enjoy following them on their next journey. In this installment, Evelyn, Luke and their friends are off to college. We see Evelyn further develop into a stronger woman, who takes better control of her life and choices, even after the shocking incident in "Feels Like Forever" and her own self issues that continue to negatively impact her. Evelyn rekindles old friendships, forms new friendships, and deals with all the raw emotions of love and heartbreak. It's with her friendships and dealing positively with her internal issues that help her get through all the next challenges she faces, including some things from the past that should never surface but make for a great read (NO PLOT SPOILERS!)."Never Let You Go" has many surprises installed for the reader like first book, and is never in any way dull or slow paced. It is far from your average girl meets boy college romance, which is why I love this series more. It's about life and all its bumps and lumps and more. Thank you Katie Michaels for another fabulous installment. I look forward to reading the 3rd installment in the series.

  • Meghan
    2019-06-24 10:43

    Never Let Go by Katie Michaels is the second book in the A Lot Like Love series and continues on the journey of Evelyn and Luke. Evelyn and Luke have graduated from high school and are now living the college life experience but attending different universities. But one terrible night from their past that has already had a profound impact on both of their lives is about to come back to haunt them again and will put Evelyn and Luke's relationship to the test once more. Are they strong enough to withstand the consequences a second time?I enjoyed this follow up to the first book in the series, Feels Like Forever. Often times the second book in a series goes on to feature different main characters from the first novel and the Hero and Heroine from the original book become secondary characters. I really liked the fact that the reader got to continue on with Evelyn and Luke's journey, with Marcus taking up a bit more of the spotlight as well. I just have to say that even though Marcus was considered the "other guy", you just can't help but root for him to get his happily ever after. Such an amazing guy! I enjoyed the author featuring a love triangle but also liked that it didn't become the main focus. I liked the message of family and how our foundation shapes who we become later in life, good or bad. It's how we deal with the hand that we are dealt in life is what matters most. This book and series is one that I have quite enjoyed and I would recommend. I look forward to reading more of this author's work in the future!**This book was provided in exchange for an honest review**

  • Felicia
    2019-06-18 10:48

    I love Evelyn! The strength and maturity she displays for someone so young - year 1 of Univerity- is quite amazing. Well, she had some hurdles she had to get thru and she is still dealing with the loss of her friends.She thought that starting afresh in a new school and getting back on the right page with her bf Luke, all would be smooth sailing. She managed to find some new friends that give her some new drive to move forward and the process of healing.Then she finds out there is more to that tragic night and she is at a loss on what to do. Luke was her rock after that night and now she knows of his betrayal and involvement that led to the loss of her friends. Compared to Evelyn, Luke seems like a little boy and he did spend a lot of this book growing up. Overall, a great story on love and how we deal with the faults of a relationship. It will make you cry sometimes; but all good books should make you feel something.

  • Kenya Wright
    2019-06-22 12:28

      Book 2 in the A Lot Like Love series picks up in college. There are a lot of new things going on. We have our hero who is struggling with a new level of football and a secret that goes viral. I would say this book had me shaking my head a lot at the hero.I mean. . .Luke??Brother??For real?Then we had an unexpected triangle that I enjoyed, but made me tense as hell. I mean I loved the other love interest, but. . .I opened the book for My Couple.therefore, I pretty much stressed the last half of the book and went back and forth on what I wanted.   Needless to say there is a happy ending and the book is full of hot, angsty romance that deals with real issues for college freshmen. I definitely see a book 3 on the way due to a certain person not winning the love triangle.

  • Ana O. Feliz
    2019-06-11 11:29

    I have to say that I detest love triangles; But admit that although I hated the third in history, the author knew how to shape the situation.What I liked the most was that the story was not based solely on this love triangle. There were many events that gave credibility and standing.I liked.

  • Mary Kate
    2019-06-11 08:40

    Never Let Go by Katie Michaels continues the relationship between Evelyn and Luke as they make their way through their freshman year of college. There are ups and downs like every relationship and Michaels really grasps the difficulty of it. At the end of the day you have to determine if the love is worth fighting for or if love just is not enough. Again, my favorite part of Michael’s sequel to Feels Like Forever is that the main focus is not entirely on the relationship, there are other factors that contribute to how a relationship will pan out. In the first novel it was the influence of friends and in Never Let Go it is the presence of family. Not everyone has a lovey dovey family and it is important to realize the impact that can have on the children and the lasting impact on how they handle relationships in the future. Michaels does an excellent job navigating the emotional impression a troubled family can have on a person and how those affect other people.

  • Ginny Deffendall
    2019-06-18 10:44

    In my review for the first book in this series, I said that I was left wanting some resolution. Michaels gave that to me in book2! I liked the characters a lot more in their second novel. Evelyn is a good friend and who never gives up on people -- even when they deserve it and sometimes... Luke did.

  • wendy Shelton(obsessedbybooks)
    2019-06-24 06:42

    what a great story. Evelyn and Lucas are off to college but being an hour apart it's not helping with Lucas insecurities especially with the past popping back up. this was a great story with amazing characters and a test of true love.

  • LaShanta Charles
    2019-06-15 11:38

    This book didn't wreck me like the first book did, but it was no less compelling. The author is very dedicated to her craft and it shows. There's so much I want to say, but I can't without giving away spoilers. What I can say is that I enjoyed this book. I liked that while Evelyn felt like Lucas was her life, she didn't stop living because of him. I was glad to see that even with his transgression, she didn't revert back to her old unhealthy habits and while she didn't let him go, she let herself live enough to see that there was more to life than him. I feel like she has quite a way to go as far as personal growth, but I'm glad to see she's made strides. I hope she realizes her friends don't make her. She still cares to much about how they see her and what other people think of her.I wish Chloe would give Evelyn some tough love. There were times when it was evident Evelyn need punch in the nads (not literally, of course) and when Chloe was in the position to do it, she stayed silent and just supported whatever was said - that's not always true friendship. I hate that Chloe was sad, but I'm hopeful for her. Lucas. *Deep sigh* At this point I'm honestly still not sure how I feel about him. He made steps to redeem himself and I get the troubled background, but I'm not as forgiving as Evelyn.Marcus. I will always root for Marcus no matter what the book is about. Love him to death, even if that makes me a creepy cougar. Katie Michaels, DO NOT put him in a relationship with Preeti (hope that's her name), I do not want him with her. At all. In no capacity. Ever. She's jealous of Evelyn (his closest friend) and fickle with her loyalty (that whole shut Ev out and single study group). I want a happy ending for him, but please not with her.Jeremy...nope. Overall, another great read. I'm definitely looking forward to more from this author and would recommend her work to others. *I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. *Lashanta Charles, Kindle Book Review

  • Becky Wise
    2019-05-29 05:44

    This book was just as good as the first. Jeremy was still up to his old antics but it was nice to see get him put in his place a bit and some things resolved. Luke and Evelyn grew some in this one, not only as a couple but as individuals. It was lovely to see Luke finally facing his demons and becoming a better man. Luke, Evelyn, Chloe and Marcus all had their highs and lows in this one. I felt bad for Marcus but Luke and Evelyn have that soulmate kind of love that finds its way back not matter what may happen. Each character needed that little push to grow and develop as the young adults they are. I can't wait for more. I want to see where the gang heads with their relationships. Katie Michaels has become a one click author for me with this series.

  • Kristy
    2019-06-10 07:48

    Great follow up to Feels Like Forever! These characters have overcome more turmoil than anyone should have to endure! Evie proves to be stronger than she thought was possible, Luke faces his demons head on, Marcus reveals true feelings, and you'll hate Jeremy more than ever! New friendships are sealed while past friends are mourned. Great read!