Never Far Away : Never

  • by Anie Michaels
  • Narrated by Romy Nordlinger
  • Series: Never
  • 10 hrs and 29 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Ella wakes up to a world turned upside down, recovering both physically and emotionally from attacks she can't remember. Her only memory from the past weeks is a nameless voice that echoes in her mind, causing her heart to ache and her soul to seek "Him". Living a life without Ella is no life at all, and Porter decides to do whatever it takes to remind her of their love. Recognizing Porter without remembering him, Ella reacquaints herself with this gorgeous man, their explosive chemistry, and the possibilities that lie ahead.
As Ella's memories resurface, so do demons of the couple's past, testing their strength and love. Porter is determined to fight for their future together, but will Ella? As everything and everyone that Ella loves gets threatened, she must find a way to fight the darkness of yesterday so that she can live in the light of tomorrow.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Beautiful story well told

I loved the first book, but this one is even better! Great story, beautifully written, and you feel so close to the characters. So glad this is a series. It’s a real love affair, the kind you always hope to find. I was really happy with this book and the narrator, who always delivers.
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- Julie

Shold have follow my own advice to pass

The first book left us in a cliff hanger situation with Ella having amnesia and she not remembering anything that happened in the entire book -- the end. Okay, so I'll admit to being curious, and we know what killed the cat. This book is 10hrs, the central tension was resolved in the first 30 minutes, then 9 hours of rambling through God awful dialog. If I had 10 cents for every time the Ella and Porter declared their love to each other, I would fund my audible reading library for life. It is a pity, because I do see flashes of talent in Ms. Michaels. She has just go to work on dialog and develop depth in her characters.

As a second book, this was a big yawn. Put up a hand if you didn't think everything wasn't perfectly predictable. Anyone? Anyone? I thought not. I went through the middle nine hour desert hoping for something but only barely mediocre conflict poured into my ears. She relies on too cliched devices: letters (for example). Michaels has to amp up the tension, there is only so many times the two can fall into bed even for a romance novel.

If you read book one, then okay, do as I did. Flip a coin. But it would save you 10 hours if you just say, "self, how would I want this to turn out?" then smile and pick another novel.
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- GH

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-02-2014
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio