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Summary

From the New York Times best-selling author of the Cowboys and Angels series comes an intricate romance that asks the question: Can love heal the pain of the past?

Longing to forget the pain of his wife’s death, Brock Shaw has immersed himself in the one thing that lets him escape the guilt. Bull riding. But life on the road means leaving his young son at home with his parents. They want him to give up his career and be a father to his child, but Brock needs the adrenaline to get through each day…or so he thinks. 

Lincoln Pratt needs a fresh start. As a top interior designer in Atlanta, she has everything she could ever want, but she’s always at her father’s mercy. Something’s missing, and Lincoln knows she’ll only find it somewhere far away - like the rolling pastures of Hamilton, Montana, where she meets the irresistibly mysterious Brock. 

In Brock Shaw, Lincoln sees the part of her that’s missing. In Lincoln Pratt, Brock sees the part of himself he thought he’d lost. But the pain of his past binds him. Can he let himself love again?

©2019 Kelly Elliott (P)2020 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

Critic reviews

“Funny, sassy, and steamy in all the right measure, Kelly Elliott hit it out of the park with Never Enough. Loved every second of this heartwarming story about love, loss, and starting over. Not to be missed.” (USA Today best-selling author, T. Gephart)

“Moving, playful, and oh-so-sexy…Excuse me while I swoon.” (New York Times best-selling author, Molly McAdams)

“…A swoon-worthy start to an incredible new series you don’t want to miss.” (Kaylee Ryan, New York Times best-selling author)

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Performance very frustrating!!

This review is on performance of audible version only. I actually read the book first and I LOVE the story. I’ve got the audible by mistake as was ment to buy the second book (which btw the audible is better) of this series and ended up with both. Wanted to listen to it as I loved the book but cannot finish it. Both narrator are super fast and really not true to the tone of the book. When the characters clearly supposed to talk in the whisper or in the low voice narration is very loud and almost shouting. And the voices they pulling on are awful!!!

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  • J. L. Squires
  • 01-06-20

Haven’t gotten very far..

But the performances are horrible. I’m having a hard time following the story because the narrators talk too fast. There isn’t enough of a delineation between different character dialogues and general narration. It all runs together and the acting is poor. I’m probably spoiled by the likes of Andi Arndt and other such prodigious narrators, but even so this performance was woefully subpar.

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  • Ann McDonough
  • 13-08-21

Not for me

The story and characters were good, however I could not get past the narrators. Brock's voice was to much and when he talked like a 5 year old it was hard to listen to. I cringed every time the kid had to speak. The female's voice was ok, but the southern drawl was bad.

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  • ❤️🎧Jules🎧❤️
  • 27-11-20

3.5 ⭐️ VERY sweet book

This book is EXTREMELY sweet but it’s a nice, happy story. The characters could’ve used a bit more development and transitional development.
The plot and dialogue was a little too sweet...kind of like a high school girl’s daydream but it was a nice, happy story. I’ll definitely listen to the next in series.
The thing that very nearly ruined the entire thing was the horrible narration. Both narrators were just slightly better than amateur... but only slightly. They were both so overly dramatic and put so much emphasis on words and phrases in order to impress upon the listener the importance of the sentiment of the scene. Kind of like an infomercial host trying to sell you something you really don’t need. It took me out of the book completely. It was hard to finish the book because I practically sprained my eyeballs from all the eyerolls.
Also, the male’s female voices were cringeworthy. Same for the female’s male voices. Just awful.
I’ll listen to other books by this author because I enjoyed her story and dialogue...but only because the narrators are different. If they were the same, I wouldn’t even consider it.
It’s too bad these narrators were chosen for this. They’re terrible.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 21-07-20

Summer Reading

I rarely read romances. My usual reads are histories, mysteries and thrillers. However after reading this romance I learned two things. one is the difference between rodeos and top professional bull riding. The other thing is that this 81 year old midwestern great-grandmother could have a thing for cowboys!

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  • Pennie Morgan
  • 14-04-20

Never Enough

This is the first one I have listened to by this author and it will not be the last. Brock Shaw is a pro bull rider and has sold his home to an interior decorator and the first time he sees her he is lost. Good thing she feels the same. Lincoln has moved to Montana to start a new life and set down roots and after getting to know the little guy next door and now his dad she is lost. Will they be able to get past all the ghosts in his past? This was a great book, not much substance but a great story. I'm looking forward to the next book.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 20-03-20

OK but…...

OK, spoiler alert before you read this review. I like the writing but why do her heroines always get pregnant using contraception. Seriously every single time. I’ve read countless books by her where they get pregnant while using condoms, birth control, or both. Why? Just why

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  • Avid Reader
  • 02-08-21

Good Story, But....

The storyline was good. Some characters were okay. Lincoln seemed very childish at times. The narration could have been better especially with Lincoln and Blayze. There could have been more drama with all the women that wanted him for themselves.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 11-07-21

loved it

I really enjoyed reading this book. I look forward to reading more books by this author in the near future.

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  • Natalie
  • 10-07-21

Have Patience

After purchasing this book I checked the reviews and saw a lot of negative ones in regards to the narration. I always take reviews with a grain of salt so I dived in anyway. Holy cow that first chapter was a rude awakening. I think the male narrator needed more work and guidance on his portrayal of Stella because at first he made her sound like Molly Weasley. Since I loved the second book in this series so much I decided to just push through it, it's not his fault if he can't manipulate his voice enough to sound feminine. I will say it was easier to listen to chapters narrated by the female though someone should have caught the fact that she kept calling Kaylee, Kylie which was annoying. It's a shame all of this could create such a distraction from the story because I enjoyed the story a lot! Now I'm going to relisten to the second book before I begin on the 3rd for Tanner's story. These are great stories that create a nice escape from reality. Looking forward to enjoying more of this author's books.

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  • Debrasad
  • 04-07-21

5 ***** Well Worth A Credit

Never Enough by Kelly Elliot is book 1 of The Meet Me In Montana series. This book is sweet and emotional I fell in love with the story, the characters, the whole preformance so much so that I bought the whole series before I finished this title and Im a penny pincher so that speaks volumes about this story and writer. Brock Shaw is a Bull rider who mostly stays gone seekimg the adreniline rush from the ride to escape the pain and guilt of his wives death while his young son Blaze stays mostly with his parents and brothers on the family ranch in Hamilton Texas. Brock was given a ranch house on the family ranch when he married which he has not returned to since his wife died when his son was born so his family helps sell his home while he is on the road to Lincoln Pratt a interior designer from Atlanta who is looking for a fresh start and then things get interesting. The characters are well developed you cant help to wish to know them every character pulls you in. I cant wait to listen to the next story and get to know more of the Shaw brothers. This audiobook was excellently preformed a shout out to the nararators well done! I highly recomend this book