Say You'll Never Love Me is the first book I have read by Ann Everett. This book is written in multiple pov's. If you don't like those types of books then this is not one for you. The book did start out a little slow but did pick up the pace.
Raynebeaux Starr or Raynie has moved to now take care of her niece Silbie. Raynie has no clue how to be a mother and learning how to take care of a child and how her sister handled everything is a job in it self. Raynie thinks she should seek help from a someone at the local church. When she pulls in she meets Jarod who she thinks is the associate pastor. Jarod thinks Raynie needs directions and doesn't correct her. Jarod now feels like she just needs someone to listen to her and maybe guide her.
Every day they meet for lunch and talk. Raynie feels like she can talk to him but she always has dirty thoughts of him. As time goes on she finds out more and more that her sister was unhappy in the marriage and now his parents want to take Silbie away.
This was a good book I just didn't care for the secondary characters pov, I didn't feel like they added anything to the story and the author could have used that to tell us more.