May 23, 2020

Title: Never Say Never
Series: Lost in New York
Author: Felice Stevens
Genre: M/M Romance

Release Date: May 21, 2020

 

One taste leaves them wanting more…

 

INGREDIENTS:
Francisco “Frisco” Martinelli. Hot and spicy. Beautiful on the outside, dark and damaged on the inside. Handle with extreme caution.
Salvatore “Torre” Rossi. Sweet with a kick of spice. Gentle at first, can become swiftly and irrevocably addictive to the heart.
A RECIPE FOR ROMANCE
One snobby food critic who doesn’t believe in love
One down-to-earth food blogger who does
Add a touch of suspicious brother
A heaping serving of best friend who’s been waiting for this to happen
Blend with secret identities, past hurts, and judgments.
Stir in equal portions of desperate longing, desire, fear, and snarky humor.
Set over open flame, step back, and wait for sparks to fly.
Serve as is for an explosive love story that will leave you with a full heart and a ridiculously happy smile at the end.

 

5 out of 5 stars

Never Say Never is the third book in the Lost In New York series by the talented Felice Stevens. I have been loving the series and have been waiting for Frisco’s story since we first met him. He’s wealthy, mouthy, handsome, a major playboy and a bit of a princess, but we love him! He’s not apologetic for his life choices or the men he takes home. He is who he is and that’s it. He’s a tad dramatic and his sense of humor is a little off color, but he’s fiercely loyal. And he’s met his match in Torre Rossi. Torre doesn’t do one night stands but there was something about Frisco. He never expected to hear from him, but he kept showing up and Torre kept giving him a hard time for ghosting him. Frisco didn’t know why he kept going back to Torre. He doesn’t do relationships or love. He’s very up front about that. But he wants Torre. They aren’t exactly truthful with each other and they both have pasts that don’t want to be buried. But together they make each other better. Torre makes Frisco want things he never dreamed of. Torre isn’t going to let Frisco get away with his behavior. Can these two men who have more in common than they thought make it work? Is love even possible? I loved this story! I laughed, teared up, got mad, got hot and bothered and laughed some more. I loved Torre and his loud, intrusive Italian family! They made me miss mine! And they made me want to eat pasta, drink a Negroni and go back home to NY. I loved watching Frisco give in and fall. It wasn’t easy for him, but he found his other half on the other side.

 

“You’re so uncomfortable and out of place here, you look like a tourist.”

“That’s the rudest thing anyone’s ever said to me. Fuck off.”

 

“Fishing for compliments?”

“Nope. I know you’re crazy about me.”

“I always wondered how we fit three in our bed: you, me and your ego.”

“It’s king-sized, baby.”

 
 
Felice Stevens has always been a romantic at heart. She believes that while life is tough, there is always a happy ending just around the corner. Her characters have to work for it, however. Like life in NYC, nothing comes easy, and that includes love.
 
She lives in New York City and has way too much black in her wardrobe yet can’t stop buying “just one more pair” of black pants. Felice is a happily addicted Bravo and Say Yes to the Dress addict and proud of it. And let’s not get started on House Hunters. Her dream day starts out with iced coffee and ends with Prosecco, because…why shouldn’t it? You can find her procrastinating on FB in her reader group, Felice’s Breakfast Club.
 
 
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