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    4.5 Stars

    If you want a romance that goes beyond the 20-somethings you find in many books today with an older (not OLD) hero and heroine, Donna Mcdonald is the author to seek out. Just because we're older, doesn't mean we're obsolete. Never Say Never is one of the best examples of that sentiment. Never Say Never is sweet, witty, romantic, and let's not forget sexy. Ann is a 50-something widow, while Cal is a 40-something retired military vet seeking his next move in life. Neither are looking for love when they meet. The attraction is fast and hard, but also unnerving for Ann. Does she want a new romantic relationship and can the younger Cal really be the one? Of course he can, but not without some obstacles along the way. Cal and Ann were wonderful characters and completely believable. Although shorter in length, the book tackled the issues involving a younger man/older woman, as well as widowhood and retirement. I also loved the tie-in to McDonald's holiday novella's, Saving Santa and Kissing Kendra. Kissing Kendra was one of my favorite books from this year, so far. I enjoy this fairly untapped genre within romance and appreciate the care Donna McDonald takes in developing her characters. They may be older, but they have so much life to live and love to give! (I voluntarily read an advanced copy of Never Say Never)
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    Great Continuation of the Series

    McDonald rocks The Perfect Date series. Ann is only doing this for a friend. She really doesn't expect to find her perfect match with a dating service, no matter how smart the doctor is. What she really didn't expect was to find love in her pantry with the broken shelves. This is a great story of romance for a couple who is not fresh out of college. I really enjoy the way McDonald crafts her characters with real attributes and emotion. She writes great dialogue and story lines that are a bit unexpected. The heat level on this series is turned down to low, but the romance still simmers. I highly recommend this book to fans of the genre. I voluntarily read and reviewed a complementary copy of this book.

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