Never (The Pennymaker Tales #4) by Tara Lain 5*
BLURB: Wendell “Wen” Darling lives in a world of shoulds and musts. Left to care for his brother and sister by his dull drudge of a father and wacko irresponsible mother, he suppresses his creativity, slaving in an ad agency seventy hours a week, letting his no-talent supervisor take the credit.
Then his bosses blow the campaign for their biggest client and Wen gets a chance to shine—but only if he can find the artist who painted a wild, glorious wall of graffiti in the subway. Hiding behind a pillar at 2:00 a.m., Wen comes face-to-face with the scarlet-haired, elven-faced embodiment of his divergent opposite—Peter Panachek, the flighty, live-for-today painter, singer, and leader of the rock group the Lost Boys. Everything Wen takes seriously, Peter laughs off, but opposites attract, even if their kisses always lead to battles. Peter’s devil-may-care persona hides a world of secrets, self-protection, and hidden fears, until the day a drug dealer, Vadon Hooker, threatens everything Wen holds dear. Guided by the mysterious Mr. Pennymaker, Peter has to choose between facing responsibility or burrowing even deeper into Neverland.
My Review:I recieved a copy in exchange for an honest review. Another great story from the talented pen of this author. I loved the way she threaded all the elements of Peter Pan into a totally unique tale of a M/M romance. I liked almost all the characters and the ones I didn't I wasn't actually meant to like anyway. In fact I thought her version of Hook(er) was a very dastardly villain indeed. If you've ever read any of the Pennymaker Tales you will love this addition to the series. If you haven't don't worry as this one stands alone but be aware you'll then get hooked and have to buy the previous three :D. Now I am going to sit (im)patiently and await another M/M fairy tale adaptation to make me feel good.