Pan by Gina L. Maxwell is Here!

A fabulous trip to a land we recognize and characters we love but with off the charts chemistry and heat. This story will give you tingles, feels and all kinds of squirmy yum! I adore Gina’s version of Pan!

 

 

✨ πŸ’š ✨ PAN, a Neverland Novel is LIVE!!! ✨ πŸ’š ✨
 
 
From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Gina L. Maxwell, comes a brand-new series with a fresh twist on an old classic.
 
 

A fresh, exciting adventure to Neverland. This is more than a mere fairytale retelling it’s a fabulous new way to see the boy who never wanted to grow up. 

There’s heat, angst, steam. Each cherished character is brought to life in a genuine fashion you will love and adore. 

Travel from the wonder and naively youth of Peter Pan and Wendy to the facing the truths of adulthood present. I love how Gina brought the lost boys to life and how she wove such an accurate intricate look inside their growing and life. Each character is brought to the real but keeps thier HEA charm and love. 

I adored Peter and Wendy but I think I like Micheal Darling the most. From Hook to the Croc to never wanting to grow up Gina touched all the bases of the childhood fantasy all while bringing them to the present and unwrapping what would’ve happen if it didn’t have a G rating.
Prepare to squirm and goofy grin while rubbing your hands together asking for the next Lost Boy’s story.

 

Once upon a time, in Neverland, North Carolina–I fell in love.

I was twelve when Peter first climbed up to my balcony.
Thirteen when I sneaked out to see him at the School for Lost Boys.
Seventeen when his touch made me fly,
And eighteen when his words made me cry.

We were magnetic, drawn to each other from that very first night, and what I thought would be forever. But when it came time for me to leave, he wouldn’t come with, so I left town with a map for my future and a shattered heart.

Ten years later, I’ve returned to Neverland, hoping to find a man in place of the boy.

Peter was partially right, growing up is no fun. After quitting my fancy career that sucked the magic out of life, I’m now organizing the fundraiser of the year. In a move that could make or break the event and my new company, I’ve hired Peter, master mechanic and owner of LB Automotive, to help me pull this off–trusting him to rebuild a classic car for the auction that could help hundreds of foster kids in need.

I thought I was prepared, but the boy who refused to leave is now a man hell-bent on getting me to stay, and as sparks fly between us, that undeniable fire flares back to life, deeper and hotter than ever.

But that ripped body doesn’t mean Peter’s matured enough to make us or this event work, and not everyone in Neverland is happy about my return.

Not every wound heals.
Not every heart can be fixed.
Not every boy grows up.

And after all this time, the love we found might be lost to us again…this time, forever.

*Pan is an adult contemporary romance retelling of Peter Pan, complete with Wendy, Hook, Tink, and all the Lost Boys. There are no fantasy elements in this world, other than the “magic” that happens between the sheets.



✨ πŸ’š ✨ πŸ’š ✨ πŸ’š ✨ πŸ’š ✨ πŸ’š ✨ πŸ’š ✨

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