“Never Too Late” is funny, sad, and just an over-all great read. I couldn't put it down and I will be picking it back up after I read book one. The characters make the story in this book. They are full of development and depth and I really fell in love with all of them. If you were a fan of shows such as “Sex in the City” then this book will knock your socks off! Just make sure to read book one first!
“Never Too Late” is a sequel. This one is book two and follows “Never Too Real”. I did not read book one, but after seeing what book one was about I think this one would have been even better if I would have read them in order. Still this was a good 4 star read. I plan on reading book one soon.
Great summer read!
“Rita skillfully reveals the depth of her characters.” --New York Times bestselling author Jacqueline Sheehan
Heartfelt, sexy, and always savvy, author Carmen Rita’s new novel follows four wildly successful best friends as they tackle unforeseen challenges, struggle to keep it together—and learn how to let go...
They’ve had each other’s backs through major changes—and maximum bad news. But now Cat, Magda, Gabi, and Luz find unexpected drama from their pasts threatening their bond, along with everything they've fought to build.
Always upfront and out-there in her career, Cat won big with her solo online interview show. However, risking romantic commitment will mean confronting her deepest fears—and a stunning secret.
Hotshot investor Magda finally has a stable, happy life. But with her worst mistake about to go viral, how far will she push a friend—and break the rules—to stop it?
It took a lot of self-help for sensitive therapist Gabi to start over. A sizzling new love now offers some straight-up delicious healing—but honesty can be one dangerous illusion...
Wealthy socialite Luz will do whatever it takes to care for her newfound teenage half-sister. But a life-changing choice is putting more than their still-fragile relationship on the line...
Now what these close friends don't know about each other will test everything they believe about themselves. And finding the courage to understand and the strength to forgive will be their only chance to come to terms, move on—and live for real.