Never Have I Ever by Joshilyn JacksonBut Amy Whey has done something she shouldn't. And Roux, the glamorous newcomer to Amy's suburban neighbourhood, knows exactly what that is. Roux promises she will go away. She will take herself and her son, who is already growing dangerously close to Amy's teenage stepdaughter, and she will go. If Amy plays by her rules.
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Thank you! It was supposed to be book club as usual: a group of suburban mothers gathering to talk over a glass of wine or two and then going home to bed. The booze flows freely, and soon the women are engaged in a game: What is the worst thing you did today? This week? This month? In your life? There are many women in the gathering with secrets to protect, but none more than Amy, who, as a teenager, committed a terrible crime that almost destroyed her.
Never Have I Ever
Other players who have done this thing respond by taking a drink. A version that requires no drinking, usually played by children and underage adolescents , has players counting score on their fingers instead. The verbal game  is started with the players getting into a circle. Then, the first player says a simple statement about what they have never done before starting with "Never have I ever". Anyone who at some point in their life has done the action that the first player says, must drink. If there is no one taking a drink, then the one who said the particular "Never have I ever…" must take a drink. A further variation holds that whenever only one person is drinking, that person must give a detailed account of why they are drinking.