Never Too Late by Robyn Carr

never too late by robyn carr

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This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.

Never Too Late

Clare Wilson is married to a serial cheater. He’s charming and so sorry after it happens- and yet it happens again and again.

With Clare being separated from Roger- she’s still trying to nurture the father/son relationship- though her son is not as willing since he is very angry with his dad. One night, Clare decides to go back to her house, to drop off a birthday card for Roger, since he was supposed to spend time with his son- but something came up.

Clare, unknowingly, walks right into the “something that came up” and decides then that she and Roger need to not just separate, but actually divorce. She leaves the house in a fit and gets behind the wheel. Being pulled over for speeding was not part of the plan- but when she sees the hot cop and he seems to be flirting with her, well, maybe the night will have something to smile about!

Sam, the hot cop, decides to follow Clare home to make sure she makes it safe and sound- but fate has other plans……………..

The crash may have hurt Clare physically- but emotionally- she begins to take stock of her life. She knows she wants the divorce from Roger, she knows she wants to live life on her own terms, she knows that she wants to be desired and feel young and that life is too short to carry regret or be with someone who does not see all the best in you.

As far as regret- she has amends to make with a certain man. Being desired- Sam, the hot cop, is taking care of that. And divorcing Roger? Well, it won’t be easy- but it will be eye-opening.

It took a car crash for Clare to see that it’s never too late for life. And that she deserves the best things.

Clare’s 2 sisters are also shaken up by the car crash. Sarah begins to realize that she’s been hiding- and it’s time to step out in the world and live. And if she can do it with a gorgeous man by her side- even better. Maggie, the oldest sister, has the great life- except for one tiny thing- and hopefully, she and her husband can get back on track and put some spring in their steps!

NEVER TOO LATE tells the story of the sisters- and how each of them, through Clare’s accident, realizes that they need to make changes in their life- and it’s never too late.

 

Traveling With T’s Thoughts:

Oh Robyn Carr- you have a formula and it works. Having now read more of her Thunder Point books than her stand-alone books- her formula is slightly different in the TP books than stand-alone- but the results are the same- books that make you, the reader, happy.

NEVER TOO LATE reminds you that it’s never too late to leave the cheating husband and to get a new lease on life. To trade in your boring clothes and start dressing like a woman. To try to fix the problem that is cropping up between you and your husband in the bedroom. NEVER TOO LATE- with humor reminds readers to enjoy life. And throws some saucy romance in for added fun!

Bottom line- like Robyn Carr? You’ll love this book!

 

Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,

T @ Traveling With T

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6 thoughts on “Never Too Late by Robyn Carr

  1. ondbookshelf says:

    This is one of the books on “my list” for BEA. I hope I get to meet Robyn and get to read this book. I love coming of age books, especially for women older than teens.

  2. I don’t read many formulaic authors, because I typically prefer to use my limited reading time to get more variety, but I do like them, especially if they make me happy! Sometimes it’s nice to read a book that’s exactly what you expect and that you can count on to make you feel good 🙂

    • I find my romance reads to be my most formulaic reads- but after reading some dark and twisty books- I like knowing that I can expect a good story, y’know! And I totally agree- it is nice to read a book that makes you feel good!

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