Personable and traditional, Wright is the bland new face of country. On 1999's Single White Female, she struck a feminist pose for all 21st century Dixie chicks, taking the voice of the modern everywoman on a cycle of songs detailing the little parts of working and non-working relationships. This more conservative follow-up finds her back on the farm, still tracking the ins and outs of love, but accompanied by a shrugging indifference. Ultimately, it orbits around the concept of love as an unquestionable force, even something to fall back on. Single White Female was all about breaking from tradition; Never Love You Enough is about getting it all back. Sometime at the turn of the century, Wright got the idea that being a single female is no way to spend the new millennium.
AllMusic Review by Michael Gallucci