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10 thoughts on “Never a Hero (Tucker Springs, #5)

  1. says:

    2.5 starsApparently, when I posted my status around 24% and said how much I loved the story, I spoke too soon sigh I am going to swim against the current here and say, No, I DON T like it I am struggling to think if I can say that the story is okay enough for me to give it my so so 3 stars Sadly, the feelings I had after finishing this were frustration and discontent I even slept on it, thinking that maybe I overreacted and my feelings would change But it didn t When I woke up, I sti 2.5 starsApparently, when I posted my status around 24% and said how much I loved the story, I spoke too soon sigh I am going to swim against the current here and say, No, I DON T like it I am struggling to think if I can say that the story is okay enough for me to give it my so so 3 stars Sadly, the feelings I had after finishing this were frustration and discontent I even slept on it, thinking that maybe I overreacted and my feelings would change But it didn t When I woke up, I still felt very much annoyed with the story So, with heavy heart I must say that this is my least favorite from Ms Sexton even against the controversial Saviours of Oestend Here are the reasons Most of them will be spoilery and well, I am going to RANT about it The rant will be long You have been warned 1 Nick s secret view spoiler So Nick had HIV it is NOT AIDS This is the year 2...


  2. says:

    Andthere you have it my favorite Marie Sexton book to date I loved this It was so perfectly crafted, paced, and executed One of those books you re just happy to have read.2 absolutely delightful MC s in Owen and Nick Each with their own demons, both physical and emotional.Each needing a hero Each being a hero.Some smexy.Some I want to hurt somebody I m so angry angst.A healthy does of realityboth sad and hopeful.Though book 5 in the series, it works as a standalone In fact, it s my Andthere you have it my favorite Marie Sexton book to date I loved this It was so perfectly crafted, paced, and executed One of those books you re just happy to have read.2 absolutely delightful MC s in Owen a...


  3. says:

    If two things areor less guaranteed to pull a 5 review out me, then theyre likely to be anything from Marie Sexton andor less any book from the series Tucker Springs One a favourite author and the other a series that Ive followed and enjoyed from book one I was so hoping that I wouldn t be disappointed because the subject matters could be made to feel very somber, sad or gloomy if not handled well But I had faith and that faith was rewarded with a poignant romance that I really l If two things areor less guaranteed to pull a 5 review out me, then theyre likely to be anything from Marie Sexton andor less any book from the series Tucker Springs One a favourite author and the other a series that Ive followed and enjoyed from book one I was so hoping that I wouldn t be disappointed because the subject matters could be made to feel very somber, sad or gloomy if not handled well But I had faith and that faith was rewarded with a poignant romance that I really loved I read it in one sitting and when I d finished as well as feeling very touched It also left me feeling very contented and satisfied with the final outcome A really sweet, tender love story Owens disability and Nicks secret were handled sensitively and thoughtfully and gave the story just the right amount of angst and drama, without being too over the top Some stories can overdo the conflict surrounding this type of story line but personally I thou...


  4. says:

    I went back and forth on how to rate this book for some time, really putting it off for awhile and letting it marinate in my head Some books, after reading them, tend to stick with me in a positive way, and I ll think about the characters and romance for weeks Some books, like this one, stick with me for the wrong reasons WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD I find it impossible to talk about this book without going into some major spoilers I ll start with the stuff that I liked, which is spoiler I went back and forth on how to rate this book for some time, really putting it off for awhile and letting it marinate in my head Some books, after reading them, tend to stick with me in a positive way, and I ll think about the charac...


  5. says:

    Again, Marie Sexton reduces me to an emotional wreck by wrenching my heart out and then sending it soaring with joy at the end Maybe I m just a sucker for the stories about the socially inept cases finding their dream, but the insight and empathy that Marie Sexton brings to her writing is second to none.Owen is a recluse, socially awkward, has an amputated arm from an amniotic band at birth and stutters I mean, whatcould go wrong with the poor guy oh yes, a mother from hell and the s...


  6. says:

    Review posted at The Armchair Reader.4.5 starsTo be honest, I was a bit daunted when I started thinking of writing this review Not because of the book itself, but because I read this book about two months ago and then didn t write the review promptly not a surprise, honestly But, in a twist I didn t expe...


  7. says:

    3,5 Stars moving and beautiful about two partially damaged men, playing piano, ask for what you want, to love yourself and a lost handSome novels are great, loud with divine, superhuman, unforgettable characters this is not such a novel This is instead a slightlyserious, subtle and rather short book about two in mind and body wounded men who need to get on in life and who don t dare to believe in a real change.As a new neighbor moves into Owen s house the piano will oncebe playe 3,5 Stars moving and beautiful about two partially damaged men, playing piano, ask for what you want, to love yourself and a lost handSome novels are great, loud with divine, superhuman, unforgettable characters this is not such a novel This is instead a slightlyserious, subtle and rather short book about two in mind and body wounded men who need to get on in life and who don t dare to believe in a real change.As a new neighbor moves into Owen s house the piano will oncebe played A lost han...


  8. says:

    This was short and cute I liked Owen and the way he grew as a person after he met Nick, the handsome veterinarian who moves in next door Owen is missing his left hand due to a birth defect he also stutters when he s nervous As a result, he s become a bit of a recluse He suspects he likes men, but he s done one too many...


  9. says:

    The last book in the Tucker Springs series well at least at the moment and it s about the quiet veterinarian I knew nothing about, Nick He ends up moving to the downstairs apt next to Owen Owen left arm is partially missing from a birth defect called Amniotic Band, and the poor guy stutters as well And because of both these issues Owen pretty much stays in the house and has no friends OMG my heart broke in two for this guy So Owens new downstairs neighbor immediately starts up a friendshi The last book in the Tucker Springs series well at least at the moment and it s about the quiet veterinarian I knew nothing about, Nick He ends up moving to the downstairs apt next to Owen Owen left arm is partially missing from a birth defect called Amniotic Band, and the poor guy stutters as well And because of both these issues Owen prett...


  10. says:

    Finally Finally I could read Nick s story, Nick the sexy veterinarian and boss of Paul, one of our MCs of the second book Never a Hero is the 5th book in the Tucker Springs series and I enjoyed seeing the other couples we got to know in the previous books I loved seeing funny Nathan again In Never a Hero he shows a sensitive, caring side Owen has a congenitally amputated arm and stutters Raised by a mother who always has been ashamed of him his self confidence is non existent what a vil Finally Finally I could read Nick s story, Nick the sexy veterinarian and boss of Paul, one of our ...


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