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Naomi Witt, the protagonist of Lucy Score's Things We Never Got Over, never imagined she'd be dubbed "the Runaway Bride." She is really reconsidering her life choices after a horrible few days and an even worse welcome to the small Virginia town of Knockemout. There's a reason for his devotion to his twin sister, Tina, and the fact that they haven't seen each other in ten years; this becomes tragically evident as Tina steals everything Naomi brought with her to save her sister.A young nephew he has never met will do everything in his power to keep Way safe and to let him know he is loved. At White Rain Book House, we went over the story's amusing and fascinating aspects with you.
Knox is wary of anything difficult. Naomi wasn't simply fleeing her wedding. She was on her way to Knockemout,Virginia, to find her estranged twin, a rugged town where problems are settled with fists and beer. Unfortunately for Naomi, her wicked doppelganger has not changed at all. Tina leaves Naomi with something unexpected after assisting her with her car and money. Naomi, her niece, had no idea she had it. He is now stranded in an 11-year-old homeless town with no car, no work, no plan, and dependents aged 30.
Knox avoids issues and ladies in need of care, particularly romantic ones.But, as Naomi's life unravels before her eyes, the least she can do is assist her in getting out of her bind. And once he quits getting into problems, he will be able to leave her alone and return to her tranquil, lonely life. At least, that's the idea until the trouble becomes a real threat. He had enough pain and drama in his youth to last him seven lives. But Naomi can't sit back and watch her suffer when she returns to town after a terrible misfortune. Not with Knox's contacts and time on his side. However, this is no easy task.Naomi is a mechanic as well as a people pleaser. She quickly encircles herself and the entire town, including her family, in her corner. While the people of Knockemout are known for minding their own business, Witt can have their hands full without getting involved as the siblings struggle to work out their differences and Knox and Naomi's romance blossoms. There were many among Knox and Naomi who kept making the same mistakes.While it made sense to me that they were working so hard to modify their ways, given that Naomi was in her mid-thirties and Knox was in her early forties, there was something more that may have irritated some readers. Their personal issues and how they handled situations were already ingrained in them. Change would not be easy, but it did occur.
Things We Never Got Over by Lucy Score is one of the most bizarre, dramatic, and fascinating novels you've ever read. This epic romance will be difficult to put down, thanks to its unique characters and killer comedy timing. There were many among Knox and Naomi who kept making the same mistakes. Given that Naomi is in her mid-thirties and Knox is in her early forties, it's understandable that they've had to work hard to modify their ways.This versatile novel that will make you laugh and make your heart hurt at the same time awaits its readers impatiently at the White Rain Book House.