Publisher: The Writers Cafe Press (January 5, 2009)
Ceese was a werewolf even when she was in her mother’s womb. Her mother was scratched by a werewolf after she was raped by a man. This caused her to be affected, and cursed as well. Ceese hated vampires because her brother was cursed by one. As for Richard, he had no memories of the past for he had push them away. Both of them met each other in the castle because of Penelope. At first they hated each other, but after some special incidents, they developed an understanding and trust in each other. Together, they searched the way to reverse the curse, and to become mortal again.
The story is interesting, but I think some parts of the story are strange and do not make much sense. Some of the words sound a little awkward. However, the story got more exciting when Richard and Ceese went to New York to meet Cassie, who wanted to help them to undo the curse. Things got more complicated when Dr. Henderson, a mad scientist who wanted to become immortal got involved.
Actually Richard and Ceese had a special connection. The ending was good and it left many chances for the author to explain the happenings in this book in her next installment, Forever Richard. In a nutshell, this was an enjoyable read, despite the few parts that did not sound quite right.
I’d like to thank Sue Dent for sending me a signed copy of Never Ceese. Thanks, Sue!
Rating : 7.5/10