I have a love-hate relationship with Joshilyn Jackson’s books. Some I really enjoy and some not so much. I liked The Almost Sisters, I loved Someone Else’s Love Story, reviewed here, and I didn’t at all like The Opposite of Everyone. Her latest, Never Have I Ever was OK, but not fantastic. In this one, main character Amy’s life is upset when Roux comes to town and upends the book club and other facets of steady neighborhood life. Somehow, Roux knows Amy’s deepest secrets, that even her husband and best friend don’t have any idea about. Things get trickier and trickier for Amy and you certainly want to keep reading to find out what happens. However, this one was a bit slow and not suspenseful enough for my liking. I didn’t hate it, but it was only so-so for me.