From the national bestselling author of Inside Out--a sizzling story of insatiable passion.
Gillian Forrester spent her life running...until Miles came along. The moment she held her older sister's unwanted newborn, Gillian stopped running and began building a life for her adopted son. Now, thirteen years later, Gillian's sister reveals the father's identity on her deathbed-a revelation that shakes Gillian to her core.
Adrian Brown is the epitome of the successful rock star. It takes a lot to shock him-but the bombshell that he has a son rocks his world. And Adrian is even more surprised when the buttoned-up elegant woman who's raising him ignites his erotic and romantic attention-and engages his heart.
For a woman with as many trust and privacy issues as Gillian has, she's not shy about her want of Adrian Brown. I was a little surprised by that. Typical of this series, we're propelled by Adrian's and Gillian's desire for one another. Add the Browns' varying degrees of family on top of that, and you've got a pretty good way to spend a couple of days. I still love the blended families here, though I do wonder if every new addition would be so welcomed in a real-life situation.
The best part of this book, for me, hands down, was Brody Brown. It's no secret Coming Undone, the book featuring Brody's romance with Elise, is my favorite of this series. In Never Enough, Brody proved exactly why he was the best father Erin, Adrian, and his own two children can ever have. He's the calm voice of reason -- yet sometimes not so calm, like when he pitches a glass of water into Adrian's face -- but his advice is always sound and well thought out.
I was also disappointed that Never Enough just seemed to end. I know we'll see Adrian and Gillian again in the spin-off series next year, but I wanted a little more closure here, or certainly a witty Gillian-ism before The End. I would recommend reading this series from the beginning as I don't think any book completely stands alone, given the sheer number of characters and plot threads involved in each narrative.