Sunny Shelly’s Review: Don’t Say Goodbye, by Heather Lyn

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Nacole Ward
The one thing that controlled my life.
The reason I stayed.
But ultimately the reason I left.
Tragedy and emptiness marred my existence.
A fresh start was all I was after.
Instead, I found things I never expected.
Love. Happiness. A reason.
I found him.

Garret Walker
Serve and protect.
Not just my career—it’s my life.
Climb the ladder, reach the top.
Finding love wasn’t a part of my priorities.
She wasn’t looking for a hero.
But life had other plans.
For her. For me.
Now we have to fight together.
Or I’ll lose her.
And I’m not about to let that happen.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars

I knew where Don’t Say Goodbye was going, but I cried when I got there anyway. This book is a marvelous story of an abused wife trying to piece her life back together. Reader beware, because this book is all about domestic violence.

Nacole flees her abusive ex and heads to Nashville to start a new life. When she begins waitressing at a local sports bar, she never expects to fall in love with her boss’ brother. But Garret is so sweet and gentle and patient with Nacole every step of the way, and I really could see how he was breaking down her walls. And for his part, Garret was married to the police force until the mysterious newcomer captured his attention like no other woman ever had.

I did have one shake-my-head moment amidst this story: I wanted to smack Garret, though, for flipping out over the use of Nacole’s middle name. So many people go by their middle names, so I didn’t see any reason for him to fly off the handle that way. I know that some shocking discovery about her past needed to happen in order to propel Garret and Nacole/Sadie to the next phase of their relationship, but I shook my head a bit at his reaction to her name.
45345813_10161123576420405_4776650090154557440_oRegardless, this was a wonderful story of survival, strength, endurance and true, unconditional love. You will need tissues! This was the first book I’ve read by Heather Lyn, and now I need to go read Taphouse Blues #1 to learn more about Brody and Lindsey! OMG, and that epilogue had me sobbing!!

I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.



Heather Lyn is a contemporary romance author. She lives in beautiful York ME with her husband and son. She is a fan of the New England Patriots, Boston Red Sox, Reading, Country Music, and Coffee. She has had a lifelong love for reading.



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