Time to Say Goodbye (Michigan Sweet Romance) Kindle Edition by Parker J Cole
"Gargi Kapoor is the only one convinced her brother, Dev, is innocent of the crime he was convicted of. When he is sent to the hospital with an unexplained paralyzing disease she finds herself having to lean on the last person she’d ever want to depend on -- a man who wants her brother to pay for stealing his mother’s life savings.
Leon Reckley is extremely satisfied to find the man who ripped his mother off suffering from an unknown disease that leaves him paralyzed and in need of rehabilitation therapeutic services. He’s even happier when he is given the opportunity to be the therapist that makes him fit enough to return to prison to finish his sentence. No one will work harder to make sure Dev Kapoor serves every minute of his prison sentence.
Gargi never dreamed the man who has utter contempt for her brother would be the man she slowly begins to trust. Leon never thought he’d be convinced Dev might be innocent, let alone be drawn to his enemy’s little sister. Together, will they find the truth? Or when Leon’s job is over, will it simply be time to say goodbye?"
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
"Time to Say Goodbye" was definitely a captivating read that will keep your attention. I liked how this author gives the readers a good read of Indian culture through their cuisine, customs and language. The plot of the story which mainly deals with Gargi, Dev and Leon and a few other secondary characters that were all well developed, defined and portrayed giving the reader a very intriguing read. I loved how this love story develops between Gargi and Leon. Will they be able to reach their HEA with all that is going on with twist and turns all over the place in this engaging read? I also loved the family relationship between Gargi and her brother. However, I was sorry to see what happens to a family when a trust has been betrayed. Well, I will stop here and say you will have to pick up the well written novel to see how well it has been presented to the reader. Would I recommend? YES it was indeed a good read.