This here is the starting line for the ALWAYS UNTIL NEVER series. And yours truly, Max Redford, is
bringing the smokes and whiskey to this good ol’ Texas block party. Yeah, we gonna be good ol’ neighbors for a bit,
so pull up a chair.
The folks and their stories that you’re gonna find in the Wolfe Brothers series aren’t your usual most
upstanding, reputable, or even nice guys — or gals. If you’re looking for sweet and wholesome romance with girls
next door and savvy gents, well then . . . you’re in the wrong neighborhood.
But if y’all are into realistic folks who’ve endured hardship and keep on living by their own principles and
their own family values, then you’re gonna fit right in ‘round this town. We got scars on our flesh and scars on our
hearts, and our clothes ain’t designer, and we always know the faces of the people at Walmart.
Some got their fake friends and their phony grins, but we’re as real as it gets and that’s alright with us.
We’ve been abused and we’ve abused —
We’ve fallen and we’ve knocked down —
We’ve swore to God and we’ve screamed at the Devil —
The sex is whiskey-laced. Lovers’ quarrels’ end in ecstasy and four-lettered words.
We’re the folks who love our dogs and our left-handed cigarettes, and tattoos, and all our men are alphas and
all our women are GRITS.
We say yes sir, and we bow our heads, and salute our men in uniform — and if that ain’t you then we’ll still
serve you up some good ol’ Texas hospitality.
The Always Until Never (Volume 1 of the Wolfe Brothers Series) is a gritty, sweeping romance and family
saga that deals with real life’s hardships including: alcoholism, rape, effects of child abuse and bullying, psychological
instabilities, vigilantism, family unity, revenge, political corruption, condemnation, redemption and more.
Lita Stone writes unapologetic romances with tactful realism. Her books deal with dark but authentic hardships. ‘Sweet romances’ are not in Lita’s spectrum, but thrilling twists and turns and heroes and heroines who overcome the surmounting odds, no matter how dark and dire circumstances may seem is where Lita Stone excels.