Wow. I can't fathom having such a detailed and intricate mind as Lisa Gardner, author of Never Tell.
I've always been fond of D.D. Warren but this is less a story about her and more about meshing the stories of three complicated women all connected by their stories, yet each with their own story in 'Never Tell'.
The fear, the confusion, the frustration, the horror just grabs and doesn't let go, until the tears at the end.
I'm very fond of Flora Dane. I want to see more of her and hope she continues to blossom after too much time in her personal desert. I also hope she keeps her edge while blossoming.
I believe you would be missing a great deal if you do not read 'Look For Me' before reading 'Never Tell'.