Never Enough is a romance novel, where Gavin, a rockstar who has been clean for months is given the option of saving his face and his band’s contract with their record label by establishing a relationship with a lady. If he starts dating someone, he’ll be seen as more stable and responsible – that’s what his PR team suggests, and it’s all good in paper until he meets Marisol, a law student, who knows what she wants and does not need any distraction from anyone…well, at least that’s what she oozes in the first few chapters. Gavin says it better:
It’s a simple enough transaction.
Marisol needs the money, and I need a nice girl to parade in front of the cameras.
No feelings. No strings. No falling for anyone.
Confession: I bought this book because of the model on the cover page.
I love reading romance novels and this one was interesting, given that Gavin had many changes to make to his life, and being in the music industry where he is surrounded by drugs and alcohol did not make his recovery journey easy. This portrayal of his struggles was great.
Marisol speaks her mind, stands her ground and in terms of attraction- she is mush before Gavin.
With good star ratings, an interesting take on addiction, music and recovery, and a model who’s ripped on the cover page, check it out on Amazon.