Country music god Beau Mason has just announced his retirement from the business at age 30, and I’ve just scored the interview of a lifetime. My network is flying me to Kentucky for his final interview, and at his request, I’ll be spending a few days with him at his ranch.
I should be thrilled. But I’m not.
Beau and I have a history, and I haven’t seen him since he obliterated my heart at the tender age of eighteen. I don’t think I can do this. I don’t think I can see him again.
But I don’t have a choice. My career – my promotion – my dignity. Everything rests on this one interview with the man who turns me into liquid desire and corded steel resentment all at the same time.
It’s just a few days, right? What’s the worst that could happen?
PLEASE NOTE: This is a stand-alone, full-length romance novel with NO cliffhanger. Contains a dominating alpha male hero and scenes of a sexual nature. Please be 18+. You do NOT have to read NEVER KISS A STRANGER first, though it is based on a secondary character from that story and may contain minor spoilers.
This is an emotional second chance love story. Beau and Dakota (Coco), were high school sweethearts and deeply in love. Dakota receives a full scholarship to college and Beau doesn't want to hold her back so he encourages her to go and they put their relationship on hold. Beau's music career suddenly takes off at the same time Dakota goes away and they lose contact with each other.
It's now years later and Coco is a successful journalist vying for her dream job. She lands an interview with Beau, one of the biggest country music stars in the world. He is about to retire and move back home to the farm he grew up on. One of the stipulations for Coco to do his interview is that she has to stay on the farm with him for the week.
I don't want to reveal any spoilers so I can't really say much more. There are many unexpected twists and turns throughout this story. This book is a beautiful, emotional read. My heart broke for Beau and Dakota and I found myself ugly crying a time or two but it was so worth it! I can't wait for more books from Winter!
I'm giving Never is a Promise five stars!