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Maybe Never by [Allen, Sadie]
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Length: 231 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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One golden boy...

Judd Jackson had it all—star football player with a college scholarship, perfect family, tons of friends, and a beautiful girlfriend. He was the most popular guy in town … until a family secret burned it all to the ground. Now, he’s the object of scorn and ridicule, and the only thing he has left is his scholarship and counting down the days until he can leave town.

One goal-oriented girl...

Sunny Blackfox was alone in the world, but she had big plans and big dreams to keep her occupied. She didn’t have time for anyone in her life. That was, until she came to the rescue of the boy she always had a thing for.

They have everything going against them, but maybe, if they are lucky, they will make it out of town after graduation together ... or maybe never.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4061 KB
  • Print Length: 231 pages
  • Publisher: Sadie Allen (20 February 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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I had never heard about, but when I read the synopsis and I was intrigued. I am always interested in when two very different people fall for each other. And that is what I was expecting from Maybe Never and I got it – sorta.

Maybe Never follows protagonist Sunny Blackfox and Judd Jackson, two very different people in a small town, and both outcasts in different ways. Sunny is counting down the days till she can get out her town. She feels alone and all she wants to do is get away. Judd has had his life turned on his head and he doesn’t know what to make of it. He has lost all his friends and the town has turned their back on his family. He feels alone and all he wants to do is leave.

When Sunny and Judd come are trust together for a school assessment things start to change and before they know, they are leaning on each other and maybe they don’t feel so alone anymore – but hey, life is never that easy.

Sunny was an interesting protagonist. Like most contemporary YA novel she is the outcast. But, on this occasion I really enjoy it. I loved Sunny’s determination and her fight to get out of this town. She works so hard and has to deal with so much, and yet she is so strong.

Judd was harder to like. At times he was quite judgemental and in a sense, I understand why in a way – but it could hurt some people. Judd has gone from top shot – to someone who those people pick on. He has lost everything and it’s hurting him, even if he doesn’t admit it. He has no friends, so when he starts talking to Sunny there is this instant connection.

The romance in Maybe Never was a hit and miss for me. I really enjoyed parts of it and then there were things that just didn’t sit right. Firstly, I didn’t like how fast it moved or how fast it seemed to move.
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5.0 out of 5 stars blown away by this debut 25 February 2017
By thatchickwithabook - Published on
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When I picked this book up I genuinely had no idea what I would be getting. I thought, well I'll give it a chance. Why not. I Cannot Believe how captivating this story was! I am blown away by this debut novel. I always expect glaring typos and strange editing with a new author. I prepare myself for it so I can still enjoy reading. There was NONE of that. It was as flawlessly written as it could be. I was involved and intrigued from the very beginning and my attention never lagged. The H/h were interesting and real and I loved them together. I loved how they held each other's hand through their struggles. It was such a good read. Really really looking forward to more from this author!
5.0 out of 5 stars It's easy to fall in love with these two. 11 March 2017
By Psychotic Chipmunk - Published on
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Finding your feet in your teens is hard. It's even harder in a small town, when you don't quite fit in. Judd and Sunny find out what it means to find your feet when someone's willing to hold your hand.

These two may have started their high school experiences in very different places, but the end in the same... on the outside. And sometimes the outside is where you find yourself. Sadie Allen introduces us to Judd when he's been on the outside for a while, but still hasn't accepted it, not really. He doesn't fully accept it until the one person willing to hold his hand on the outside, figuratively pulls him up, dusts him off, and he finally sees he isn't alone.

Anyone whose been on the outside looking in, will find themselves in these two. And the prom ask will make you smile... I won't say anything else. Read it, you'll fall in love.
5.0 out of 5 stars The Evolution of Judd! 23 February 2017
By Amanda - Published on
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I absolutely loved experiencing Judd's evolution as a person. He began as a shallow teenager but through the story, he found depths of himself that he didn't know existed. I felt familiar in the setting and found the characters to be relatable. Definitely a story I will read again and again.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I liked how Sunny stood up to the cowards that taunted ... 9 April 2017
By Tania's Book Blog - Published on
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I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy.

Wow all the feels. I despise reading about bullies; it crawls my blood when high schoolers are followers to petty nonsense. But Sunny wasn't having it and it was refreshing to read someone that was never afraid of the cowards.

Judd went from golden boy to small town nobody and punching bag because of something that happened in his family; something that was completely out of his control. Sunny was the daughter of the town drunk that didn't let that affect her and was goal oriented and extremely independent. She was no pushover.

Judd & Sunny developed a relationship and she was placed on the radar of the cowards because of her relationship with Judd. They were several incidents and there was a serious incident that will have you gasping especially when it's revealed the person behind it.

I liked how Sunny stood up to the cowards that taunted Judd on a daily basis and how Judd with the support of Sunny started standing up for himself. They both had so much grief but they never put their heads down. It seemed liked these two grew up way ahead of time with all the issues they had to face.

The epilogue left me with questions but it was good to see where it was heading.
4.0 out of 5 stars A dramatic new adult romance. 7 April 2017
By D. Hite - Published on
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Some books scream new adult the moment you pick them up. They just have a certain new adult feel to them. They're a little bit dark, a little bit angst-y and the characters are struggling through their world. Maybe Never was one of those books.

Maybe Never is set in a small town where anyone different from the social norm is considered a pariah. Judd Jackson learned that you didn't even have to be the one different to be excluded. The people at his high school he once thought were his friends are now the enemy, waiting to pounce on his ever move. Sunny Blackfox has never been on the right side of the tracks. Her social status has never bothered her. All Sunny cares about is making it through high school so she can move on to better things.

When Sunny and Judd are partnered up in class, they realize they have more in common than they thought. There's a spark between them that might just make surviving until the end of high school better -- that is if those against them don't ruin things first.

Maybe Never is one of those books that pulls you in with the story of the characters' hardships.There was so much drama in this book. It didn't feel overdone, though. The drama popped up at all the right times, and I enjoyed reading about what was happening through both Sunny and Judd's eyes.

I loved the characters in this story. Sunny was trying to survive an abusive parent and the loss of her beloved grandmother. She wanted to leave her trailer park home life behind and make something of herself. My favorite thing about Sunny was her strength and grit. She didn't really care what others thought. She knew who she was inside and that was all that mattered. Judd wasn't as secure with himself. He was dealing with his dad leaving his family and all that entailed. Judd didn't quite have the same type of strength Sunny did. He was able to avoid, but not confront his problems. I loved how he was with Sunny. I'm sorry for everything he went through, but it lead him to a beautiful person. Their romance was adorable.

As much as I hated some of the secondary characters, they were a great part of the story. The twins were horribly perfect. I wouldn't have wanted to live in the same town as them. It made me happy that there were supportive characters like Sally around to hep Sunny and Judd out.

Overall, I really enjoyed Maybe Never. I thought it fit the new adult genre well and had characters it was easy to fall in love with.

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