Novel Never Late Never Away by Gu Man

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Novel Never Late, Never Away by Gu Man
Novel Never Late, Never Away by Gu Man. Photo Diksia/Canva

DIKSIA.COM - Never Late, Never Away is a Chinese written by . It tells the story of Vivian William, a young woman who is forced to marry Finnick Norton, a wheelchair-bound man. Despite their differences, the two slowly fall in love.

Introduction

Vivian William is a beautiful and intelligent woman who has always dreamed of a happy marriage. However, her dreams are shattered when her fiancé leaves her at the altar.

Heartbroken and alone, Vivian decides to marry Finnick Norton, a wealthy businessman who needs a wife to inherit his family's fortune.

Finnick is a kind and gentle man, but he is also physically disabled. He uses a wheelchair and has difficulty walking. Vivian is initially hesitant to marry Finnick, but she eventually agrees to do so for his sake.

As the two spend more time together, Vivian begins to fall in love with Finnick. She sees past his physical disability and realizes that he is a kind and loving man. Finnick also falls in love with Vivian, and the two eventually find happiness together.

Details:

  • Title: Never Late, Never Away
  • Author:
  • Genres: , Drama, Fantasy
  • Chapters: 176
  • Language: Chinese
  • Publisher: JJWXC
  • Publication date: 2014
  • Rating: 4.9/5 on Goodreads
  • Awards: None

Recommended Audience

This novel is recommended for readers who enjoy romance novels with a touch of fantasy. It is also a good choice for readers who are looking for a story about overcoming challenges and finding love.

Overview

Never Late, Never Away is a heartwarming story about two people who find love despite their differences. Vivian and Finnick are both flawed characters, but they are also both kind and loving. The novel is full of heartwarming moments, as well as some tear-jerking scenes.

Plot Summary

Vivian William is a young woman who is forced to marry Finnick Norton, a wheelchair-bound man. Despite their differences, the two slowly fall in love. However, their relationship is not without its challenges. Finnick's disability makes it difficult for him to move around, and he is often discriminated against. Vivian also has to deal with the disapproval of her family and friends.