ARC Book Review | The Never have I Ever Club by Mary Jayne Baker

  • Title: The Never Have I Ever Club
  • Author: Mary Jayne Baker
  • Publish Date: June 18th, 2020
  • Pages: 326
  • Rating: ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️


Cover of The Never Have I Ever Club

Robyn Bloom thought Ash Barnes was the love of her life – until one day he announced he was leaving her to fly halfway across the world.

Months later, Robyn is struggling to move on – but then she has a brainwave: The Never Have I Ever Club.

Her handsome next-door neighbor Will helps her bring their fellow Yorkshire villagers together for some carpe-diem-inspired fun.

From burlesque dancing to Swedish massages, everyone has plenty of bucket-list activities to try, but it does not take long for Robyn to realize what – or who – her heart truly desires: Will.

There is just one problem: he is Ash’s twin brother.

Make that two problems: Ash is moving home… and he wants Robyn back.


Adventures are for the living

Mary Jayne Baker

The Never Have I Ever Club takes place in a beautiful little town in Yorkshire, with twins brothers and a girl who is the perfect girl for both of them.

This story takes place when a girl was dumped for a boy who she taught she will settle down and her wish to get over it.

Robyn Bloom is a girl who lives in a town where everyone knows each other. She is smart, beautiful and works in a museum with her grand auntie.

She has two friends with whom has this great friendship, that no matter what they going to have her back.

When all this happen and Will invited her to a service with some old friends, she realizes that she wants to help and support the wishes of the people.

You know that feeling that you are losing time, and you “wish” to do something, that kind of thing that “If I had done this” , well she decided that nobody in her town will say that.

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The good

So, she founded “The never have I ever club” where people will say in public something that they want to accomplish.

For me was something that I want to do every day, why you must wait until was too late to be doing what you really want.

I like the development of Robyn that started out as someone who thought life was leaving her and then she was organizing massages in group, nude drawings, and sailboat.

That get me since the beginning, that and the friendship between her and Freya, Eliot and Will. You will want to be friends of them they are awesome.

Also, the love between brothers was something you do not want to miss, the loyalty and the support between Ash and Will is something that I like a lot in the book.

I fancy the descriptions of the places of the town, Mary Jayne is thorough is meticulous with the details and with the conversations.

You will never get lost and she does not contradict in herself in the story.

I something about the complexity of the relationships, it was cool to read something that you would like to have either in you love life and friendships.

Something that was stuck in my mind after the book finish was that you must live your life, seize the day, follow your dreams you never know what is going to happen.

The bad.

The use of a lot of own words of the country, I know that the books is from England, but I did not know the meaning of some words.

Or the fact that they cut words and I had to guess which was the meaning.

I am Spanish speaking, so that was the only thing that I did not like. I think that you do not have to cut every word.


You will enjoy this book; I gave it three stars because is a story that you see a lot but with something so sweet as the brotherhood and friendship.

Is a book that you finish in a few days and you want to recommend to your friends

Thank you to NetGalley for providing the Kindle version of this book in exchange for an honest review

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