The Things We Never Not Over
A grumpy/sunny romance written by New York Times bestselling author Lucy Score is here to knock you out. Welcome to Knockout, Virginia, the small town with the greatest coffee, whiskey, and hottest bad boys you’ve ever seen.
Knox Morgan dislikes drama, particularly when it comes in the guise of a stranded runaway bride.
Running is Naomi Witt. Not just from her fiance and the congregation at church, but from her entire existence. In Knockout, a rough-around-the-edges village where disagreements are settled the old-fashioned way—with fists and beer—Naomi is actually riding to the rescue of her estranged hot mess of a twin, Tina. Ordinarily, in that sequence. Unfortunately for Naomi, her evil doppelganger has not at all changed. Naomi’s niece, whom she had no idea she had, is what Tina leaves behind after taking Naomi’s car and money. She is now the guardian of an eleven-year-old who is approaching thirty and has no car, money, or plan.
This bad-boy barber with a beard avoids high-maintenance women, especially Type-A romantic ones, for a reason. But given that Naomi’s life disintegrated in front of him, the least Knox can do is assist her in getting out of trouble. And as soon as she quits getting into new mischief, he can leave her by herself and return to his calm, reclusive life.
ABOUT LUCY SCORE
Contemporary romance author Lucy Score is renowned for her compelling narratives, richly detailed characters, and witty dialogue. Readers worldwide have fallen in love with Lucy Score’s ability to write endearing and frequently hilarious love stories.
Score’s background includes journalism degrees and a career in public relations, giving her works a unique blend of creative talent and practical expertise. Her novels have an authentic and compelling feel because of the relatable characters she writes about, who successfully deal with difficult emotions and circumstances.
Lucy Score’s talent for striking a balance between serious themes and humorous passages is one of her most notable artistic qualities. Deeper issues like human development, second chances, and the ability of love to mend previous wounds are frequently covered in her stories. However, she injects humor and intelligent dialogue into her stories to keep readers engaged and moved from start to finish.
Summary of Things We Never Got Over
We follow Naomi’s journey in Lucy Score’s “Things We Never Got Over” as she abruptly calls off her wedding and leaves for Knockemout, Virginia, to get her estranged twin sister Tina out of a jam. Naomi finds Knockemout to be a difficult place to live since it is a tough community where disagreements are settled via the use of booze and fists.
When Naomi gets there, she finds that her cunning twin hasn’t changed at all. When Naomi’s car and money are stolen by Tina, she is left stranded in the city with a surprising duty: looking after her hitherto unidentified 11-year-old niece, who acts considerably older than her age. Naomi must now make her way through this new phase of her life without a car, employment, a plan, or a place to live. Knox has a rule about becoming involved with complicated or high-maintenance women because he likes a simple, quiet life. Nevertheless, he feels compelled to aid Naomi as he sees her life disintegrating. Knox discovers himself becoming more involved in Naomi’s life than he had originally meant as he assists her in overcoming her many challenges. As Naomi and Knox attempt to organize her life, they soon discover that they are in actual danger. The plot develops as they struggle with their increasing affection for one another and work to keep themselves and Naomi’s niece safe from the unforeseen dangers Knockemout poses.
THINGS WE NEVER GOT OVER SERIES
things we never got over Book 1
things we hide from light book 2
things we left behind Book 3
Quotes from Things We Never Got Over
Here are some of the popular Things We Never Got Over quotes as featured on Goodreads.com:
“There’s a difference between taking care of someone because you love them and taking care of someone because you want them to love you.”
“Some people don’t know what to do with their pain,” Naomi said, looking out the window again. “So they take it out on whoever is nearby.”
“You’re the one who has to live your life. Don’t apologize to other people for the decisions you make for yourself.”
“At some point, you have got to stop worrying so much about what everyone else needs and start thinking about what you need.”
“Baby, you need to stop obsessing about the things you should be doing and make some time for the shit you wanna do.”
“But I did know that sometimes a bad seed was just a bad seed. No matter what field it was planted in, no matter how it was tended, some just came up rotten.”
“When you trust someone to see you for who you really are, the betrayal is a thousand times worse than if you hadn’t handed them the weapons in the first place,”
“You get to decide how you show up in this world. No one else gets to dictate to you who you are,”
“You know what they say about fine. Fucked up. Insecure. Neurotic. And emotional,”
“This book is about the bravery it takes for us to love someone when we all know how every love story ends.”
Book Review of Things We Never Got Over By Lucy Score
I ACTUALLY CANNOT EVEN COMMUNICATE HOW MUCH I LOVED THIS BOOK.
It’s safe to say that even though I am writing this review about two weeks after finishing the book, I still find myself thinking about it frequently. NO, I’M NOT JOKING. There is a lot, and I can’t wait to pick up the book and look over my tabbed pages. Over 150 tabs would be my estimate. I have no idea, give or take
I was expecting the next book to really impress me when this one came out, and gosh, was I not let down? I was captivated right away!
Starting a book is never easy for me because there’s always that slow period when you get to know the characters before you get into the action.
I was interested in this right away. And when I become invested at the end of the first chapter or the first few, that’s how I know I’ll love the book.
IT IS INCREDIBLY GOOD! She learns she has a niece she didn’t know she had when she waltzes in to clean up her twin sister’s mess. It’s grumpy sunshine, a tiny romance. You can see how grumpy Knox Morgan is right away. Oh my god, this man is so unbelievably hot that I can’t even type this line without becoming excited and wanting to squeal!
I literally fell in love with each and every one of the characters
LITERALLY, EVERYONE (except Tina, a giant fuck you), and the narrative captivates you from start to finish.
One character in particular—my baby Lucian—made me realize right away that I needed a book from him. You’re going to fall hard and fast for him just on the brief glimpses you get of him in this novel. I made the decision that he would be my next fixation before I had even completed the book. Here’s how I envision Knox (of course he’s going to lose to Mr. Bearded Badboy Grumpy Knox Morgan because that man is everything): Do you recognize the person on TikTok who uses an axe to split the tree trunks? THESE MEN? In my mind, he is there. If you’re not a fan. (If you don’t like fan casting, disregard what I stated.)
When I finished reading this book, I believed I was fooling myself. I questioned whether I actually loved it. Or was this simply the first book I was anticipating in what felt like a long time?
nope. There are two possible truths. I truly like it, and it was the first book that made me feel this eager.
We not only get one epilogue but also a bonus epilogue, and there is a happily ever after. What the heck was in that additional epilogue? With Way and Knox and how they interacted with one another? Oh my God, my heart burst with joy!
When I finish a book, I typically don’t know how to evaluate it, especially if it’s been a while, but I believe this was one of my quickest evaluations to write lol. Simply put, I truly enjoyed this book and heartily recommend it.
Although the book has between 500 and 600 pages, I can’t remember exactly, it didn’t seem that long to me. I finished it very quickly. I was unable to put it down.
I truly fell head over heels in love with this book since it has so many wonderful elements. How cantankerous this man is, the help he gives Naomi, and the affection, inspiration, and motivational speeches he offered Way. UGH!!! I would want to review it.
Things We Never Got Over Summary & Study Guide includes comprehensive information and analysis to help you understand the book. This study guide contains the following sections:
THEMS OF THINGS WE NEVER GOT OVER
Men and women typically relate to one another as protectors and protected, according to Lucy Scott. Although it is phrased in terms of chivalry, it depends on one’s definition of the term as well as the personalities in question as to whether actual chivalry is taking place. Naomi and Knox’s relationship serves as the main example of chivalry in the novel. Throughout the first half of the book, Knox treats Naomi in a disrespectful and demeaning manner. Nevertheless, he insists on defending her, and both of the characters appear to find the actions admirable. But consent and respect seem to be missing from these acts of gallantry. If one believes that fairness is the act of defending the weaker and prioritizing the needs of others,
Then Knox’s deeds don’t seem to be particularly valiant. Naomi frequently rejects his offer of safety.
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