- Book Title: Never Let Me Go
- Book Series: Romance on the Go
- Author: Angelique Voisen
- Publisher: Evernight Publishing (July 10, 2016)
- Book Length: 41 pages
- Genre: Romance, LGBTQ, Gay Romance, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
- Reviewed by: Scott
- Rating: 4.5 Star
This was good. I received more in the 41 pages of this novelette than I am getting from this epic novel that I am trying to get through. This story has so many things to like about it. One of the top things for me was how Ron and Neil were soulmates and how lucky they were to find each other at such a young age. They were able to be there for each other while growing up in an abusive household. I also enjoyed how they protected each other even if that meant that they needed to be separated. How a 4 word text means dropping everything, even after 10 years to join again. This is true love in it’s most pure form.
The author took me on a sweet but dark ride through the lives of Ron and Neil, I was given just the right amount of information to keep the story moving at an enthusiastic pace. With the book only being 41 pages it is hard to talk about without giving up some of the story specifics. So that is why this review may seem a little vague. What I can tell you is that the story line is captivating. Things happen that are unexpected the secondary characters are despairingly dreadful, but throughout the story one thing I felt that was consistent was the love that Ron and Neil felt for each other.
There is one thing that bothered me. What about the body buried in the backyard? Is it just going to be left there? I wanted some sort of closure on this because we all know that 20 years down the road some soul or pooch is going to uncover a bone and then all heck breaks loose.
They say there’s a fine line between love and hate. I hate Rob for the distance he placed between us. He cut out a piece of my heart, but I can’t forget or move on.
Now Rob tells me he needs me. The sensible thing is to walk away, but I want Rob too much. I love him more than I should. The world says it’s wrong because his mom married my dad. But the rest of the world can burn for all I care.