Sarah Grace Grzy pens her first full-length contemporary novel, following the publication of her novella last year.
In Never Say Goodby, paramedic Tyler Collens grieves the loss of his beloved wife eighteen months ago, leaving him a single father to his infant daughter. He struggles with caring for his daughter who was born prematurely.
Meanwhile Alyvia Emmerson tries to get a new business — a bookstore — off the ground and meets with obstacles that threaten to overwhelm her. She also struggles with a childhood past where her father abandoned her family when she was a young teen. Both have a past that affects their future. When they meet, a friendship slowly develops, but whether it will develop into more depends on whether they can work through the issues of the past.
Recommended for adult collections in public and church libraries.
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