Never Wrong

Never Wrong Blurb Jeff was raised to believe love between two men is wrong Or is it Can love ever be wrong When Jeff meets the much younger Dean he only knows he wants him consequences be damned But things are

  • Title: Never Wrong
  • Author: Chris McHart
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Blurb Jeff was raised to believe love between two men is wrong Or is it Can love ever be wrong When Jeff meets the much younger Dean, he only knows he wants him, consequences be damned But things are not as easy, especially after Jeff s ex calls and announces big news.And Dean He thinks the new neighbor is hot, but he s not interested in something than a rebound fBlurb Jeff was raised to believe love between two men is wrong Or is it Can love ever be wrong When Jeff meets the much younger Dean, he only knows he wants him, consequences be damned But things are not as easy, especially after Jeff s ex calls and announces big news.And Dean He thinks the new neighbor is hot, but he s not interested in something than a rebound fuck That s what he tells himself, at least.But lust isn t a good basis for a relationship, so since Jeff isn t sure whether he can deal with being gay Love is never wrong, but can Jeff accept that

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    1. I picked this book because it was a May/December romance, and I have an affinity for them. I was not disappointed on that front. However, this book did leave a lot to desire. Most of the characters were flat, except the main character, Dean. Dean seemed like a sixteen-year-old rather than a twenty-two year old. He was stuck up, selfish, self-centered and spoiled. I really didn’t enjoy his character much at all, and the entire book was from his point of view.I also had issues with the plot. Itâ [...]

    2. The overall storyline was a nice one, nevertheless this book gave me problems. Somehow from the blurb I expected it to be told from the POV of the older guy. That wasn't the case. That was minor, but the biggest problem for me was that I didn't feel the chemistry between both MCs. They were attracted to each other, yes. but they didn't talk much and every time they talked they either argued or landed in bed. It appeared as if they seldom settled anything. Or it was off page and there was a time [...]

    3. This book is mostly about Dean, not Jeff, despite the blurb. Dean is a young guy who just got dumped by his older boyfriend and moved into an apartment of his own for the first time. In the process of moving in he meets Jeff, a guy 20 years his senior, who lives in the same building. Dean likes older guys and is at first bummed because he thinks Jeff is straight but then psyched when Jeff kisses him.Jeff is a cop who was in a relationship with Cheryl for 11 years and just recently decided to bre [...]

    4. This was a very enjoyable and engaging May to December romance. There are a lot of dynamics in this stories and a lot of odds stacked against Dean and Jeff finding their happy ending. Both the reader and the characters are in for quite a ride.For starters there’s the twenty year age difference between them. Something Dean is actually delighted about since he prefers older men, but also something Jeff has issues with. The fact that Jeff has up until recently both ignored and denied his attracti [...]

    5. Never wrong is a sweet romance about two men just getting out of a relationship. Dean caught his boyfriend in the act of cheating. He moved into a new apartment building to begin a new life. Jeff left his girlfriend of 11 years because though he loved her both were unhappy and he need space to explore his feelings.The moment Dean met Jeff he wanted him but thought he just wanted a rebound roll in the hay.Jeff was really struggling with some hidden feelings but as much as he wanted Dean he had is [...]

    6. Reviewed by Brandilyn for Prism Book Alliance. Age gap romances can be good or they can squick the reader out. When one MC is basically half the age of the second, the author has to work to make the reader believe there is more to the relationship. Part of convincing the reader can be done when convincing a reticent main character. That is exactly the challenge Chris McHart meets in Never Wrong. Find the whole review at prismbookalliance/?pos

    7. This was a sweet story. Told in the POV of 22 year old Dean who is in lust that grows into love with a 40 something Jeff. Jeff has A LOT of baggage and we can only hope to find someone like Dean to make our lives better. Dean too has some baggage (Don't we all) but none in comparison to Jeff. The age was a huge factor in this story for the characters and it shows in how they acted. All in all it was a cute, happy story!

    8. *** This book was gifted in exchange for an honest review****I loved it.The characters are likeable.They both want the same thing –each other, but they have to work through their individual issues in order to tackle the obstacles that life throws at them.There were misunderstandings and hastily drawn conclusions but these are expected with every new relationship.  They fight, they persevere and they endure, because Love is Never Wrong.

    9. I like age gap relationships if they are well written and this one is. It is a fast paced and touching exploration of age difference. It is all a charming book - I loved the characters and the touches of insight into their lives.

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