Never Say Never {Book Review}

I’m starting to think that Lisa Wingate is giving me unrealistic expectations about life in small Texan towns. They can’t all be as cute as Daily, Texas, the town with a character of its own.  I reviewed the first book in the series a year or so ago and was delighted when Bethany House gave me the opportunity to revisit it again.

Never Say Never centers on the life of Kai Miller, drifter extrodinaire. A part-time jeweler and full-time Activities Aid on a cruise shift, Kai’s life changes when a hurricane sweeps through Houston and causes her to run to the Hill Country. She’s led to Daily by Donetta Bradford, who decides that the Lord must have led the two women to meet and does all she can to keep Kai in town. Not that Kai minds too much. Suddenly, she finds a life with roots is appealing. Almost as appealing as Kemp, Donetta’s nephew and the local baseball coach.

The story is just as much about Donetta as it is Kai. While the younger woman is finding herself attracted to Kemp, Donetta is depressed by her own failed marriage.  As the winds keep shifting, both women are forced to take a hard look at their lives and decide who does, or doesn’t, belong in it.

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