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Never Too Late by [Johnson, Sloan]
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Dax: My life ended six years ago. No, really. I was dead on the side of the road following a gruesome motorcycle accident. From what I've been told, it's only because of one stubborn man that I have another chance to make something of my life. I no longer hate him for screwing up what I thought I wanted. I want to thank him. NEED to tell him what his actions mean to me.

Now, I’m headed back to the town I’ve never set foot in even though it’s a huge part of my life. I’m not thrilled about that, but the job offers haven’t exactly been flowing in. They’ll probably think I’m crazy, because there’s no way I won’t be able to look at every guy I walk past, wondering if he’s the one who saved me.

Michael: My entire life, I wanted to save lives. I’d earned a full-ride scholarship and had been accepted to med schools across the country. I was so close to making those dreams a reality until the night I held a dying man in my arms. I’ve never been able to get the images of his lifeless body, caked in mud, out of my head. Even when the paramedics tried to take over saving him, I couldn’t let go. I never let go. Eventually, my guilt over not doing more cost me everything but my son. And now, I worry I’ll lose him if I don’t get it together.

I’ve often thought that if I could find him, maybe I could get some closure and finally get my life back on track. Now he’s here and I’m more of a mess than ever. Once the truth comes out, will he keep trying to save me or will he realize that it’s too late?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4570 KB
  • Print Length: 340 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01B29QX8K
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #50,250 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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A great story about fate's working to alignment for Micheal and Jax.. after Micheal attempting to save Jax in an accident years ago and not knowing his out come. Jax comes into town and they run into each other.. both are dealing with remnants of the accident which they have to deal with.. A fantastic story that I can recommend to everyone.
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I am a huge fan of m/m romance, and while I am not usually such a big fan of "gay for you", this really didn't bother me with Never Too Late- that's how much I loved it.

Dax and Michael feel that connection the first time they meet. Little do they know that all is not as it seems with them.

From the start I adored Dax and Michael. You could feel the attraction between them, but still knew there was more.

There was a connection between them that at first they could not understand, but as the story unfolds and histories are revealed, that connection becomes so much more.

This is the story of two men trying to reinvent their lives, start from scratch, make better lives for themselves and their families.

The absolute scene stealer in this book is Michael's boy Jagger. He is whole and pure and straight up as only a small child can be.

There are some great secondary characters, particular Justin and Matt, who call our lovelies on their BS. Plus there is a great set up for the next book throughout this story.

Never Too Late pulled at my heart strings, and left me wanting more.

Please don't make me wait too for more Miss Johnson!
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I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.

This is a story that is more about telling us about what is happening in the characters' lives rather than telling us about the characters themselves. As a result I didn't feel an emotional connection to what I was reading. But the story was interesting enough to keep me turning the pages.

I enjoyed seeing Michael's struggles as a single parent and watching him deal with his growing feelings for Dax. Dax himself felt a little too perfect and like he only existed to further Michael's story. He got swallowed up.

Never Too Late was enjoyable but I felt like something was missing.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Never Too Late for Dreams...... 15 March 2016
By Beverly T. - Published on
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I swear Sloan Johnson books just keep getting better and better. This was an interesting story for me.
Dax- Six years ago he thought the world would be a better place without him in it. He was young and not sure why he was here. Then a stranger saved him in so many ways. Dax finally realizes that his life is worth living for, thats he worth more then his family ever thought he could be.
Michael- Six years ago he was doing what he thought made him happy. Wife at home ( even though Michael made her sound little crazy at times) hes working and going to school to be a Doctor. Then a stranger on a motorcycle changed everything. Michael gave up on his dreams, then life hits him really hard and he does the best he can for his son Jagger.
Dax, Michael and Jagger have a lot of things to work through in their story. Of course there is always the struggle especially when Michael is trying to figure out how and why you want a man for the first time in your life.Jagger is a special sweet little boy, and he needs his father more then anything.
Dax and Michael's story was a great one. Loved the side characters at well. Maybe Justin will get a book?
3.0 out of 5 stars Ambivalence 13 March 2016
By Linda Benson - Published on
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Ambivalence. That is my take on this story. I didn't quite understand Michael's reasoning for his neurotic behaviors in the first half of the book and came to feel he didn't know how to behave in an adult manner. His excuses for his lack of getting his life together were more of a cop out than any logical lasting response to the two traumas he experienced. His parents certainly seemed to love and support him, but at the same time treated him like the clueless child he was being. His 5 year old son had it together more than he did. Even by the end of the story I couldn't quite say I cared very much for him.
Jagger seemed to be the most important factor in bringing Dax and Michael together and from what I feel about their relationship and how it was told, without him the two MCs might never have become more than friends.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A rating... 18 March 2016
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My Rating: A
My Review:
*happy sigh* I do love a good Gay-For-You story and it's been a while since I read one. This book hit all those happy buttons for me.

For Dax, he's starting a new life in the place where his old life ended. He was in a horrific motorcycle accident that he never planned to wake up from. It was his rock bottom moment. But he did wake up from it and it's taken six years to get his life back on track. He's a kindergarten teacher now and when he gets a job offer in the town where he had his horrible accident, he sees it as a sign...even though he's not too sure about small-town life.

For Michael, all he's known is small-town life. He was on his way out, but then a series of catastrophes left him floundering and second-guessing every decision he ever made. Now he's trying desperately to care for a small son who likes to test him at every turn, while maintain his own sanity. He's not doing a very good job at either thing.

When Dax moves to town, he lives three doors down from Michael. As a result, he has a front row seat to all the ways that Michael is failing with his young son, Jagger. Dax has an affinity to small kids and he steps in to offer help and a friendship blossoms between the two.

I really enjoyed the way the story played out. These guys are friends, Michael is not gay. He's not even curious. But love is love and sometimes a romance develops by falling in love with the person not the exterior. I think this is the ultimate love that goes so far beyond the physical. Not that these guys aren't physical, because they are. But that is a by-product of the emotions, not the other way around which is the way that romance normally plays out. And that right there is why I love this trope so much...GFY is the truest type of love in my book.

And I just really liked both Dax and Michael. They both have amazing stories. Their trauma touched each of their lives so differently, but brought them together in the most unlikely of ways. I adored the story and think that most people will enjoy it, too...especially if you're like me and have a special fondness for gay-for-you.

I received a complimentary copy of this book in return for an honest review, but I also bought my own copy.
5.0 out of 5 stars Heart warming, beautiful love story 12 March 2016
By Annie Holland - Published on
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Just as the title suggests, it is never too late to get your life on track. At the root of this story are two people whose lives seem to have intertwined on country road and for better or worse they were each changed. One limped away, finding a new lease on life and making changes that put their life on track to a future. They other walked away with their life stalled in that moment. Six years later they are reunited and eventually realize just how much their lives changed that night. Love is a funny thing and comes in many varieties even some that are unexpected. Watching these two people come to terms with where their lives have brought them was a very enjoyable way to spend the couple of afternoons. Great characters, awesome story line and maybe a chance see some of the secondary characters in future books.
5.0 out of 5 stars Touching Read, Beautifully written 31 March 2016
By MG Lahey - Published on
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I've read other books by this author and they've all been great. But this book touched my heart, deeply. How she managed to intertwine the lives of the characters, bringing life events full circle, I'll never know. I turned each page excited for what was coming next and I was never disappointed. It was nice to see friends actually standing up for one another when it really counted. While the parents were a harder sell, the was handled was beautiful.
Like all books I'm into, I didn't want it to end. Maybe Justin and Matt could get their own book so I can see how Dax and Michael, and Jagger, end up. Why are some books never long enough. LOL.

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