Monday, July 16, 2018


Title: No Time for Goodbye
Author: Marion Myles
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A psychic with a shady past. A detective with a missing sister. Together, sparks fly. 

Psychic Mia Reeves is still trying to let go of the past, but when a gruesome vision keep haunting her thoughts, she can't ignore the truth. But getting the sexy, smoldering detective to believe her story is going to be harder than she imagined. 


Detective Roman Mancini will do anything to find his younger sister. Ten years is a long time -- and he and his family want answers. When Mia arrives at the police station with his sister's bracelet, Roman's suspicions kick in. As doubtful as he is, the red-haired beauty piques his interest, while giving him another lead. After all, he's hell-bent on uncovering the truth. 


As Roman and Mia team up together, one thing is certain: their chemistry is undeniable. Putting their desire on hold may be more difficult than they expected. When Roman's biggest fears are finally realized, a new danger erupts. This enemy is one Mia never saw coming. Can the detective save the psychic before there's "no time for goodbye?" 


If you love gripping, face-paced romantic suspense, No Time for Goodbye is your perfect next read. 
    

No Time for Goodbye begins when Mia has a visions about a murder, and she ends up going to the police about it. The cops don't believe her, and think she may be a part of it, and when one of the cops is the victim's brother he will stop at nothing to find out what Mia is hiding. Some how these two get put together to try and solve this mystery, but feelings arise as they spend more time together, and it looks like the killer is warning Mia away. 

This book was really interesting. I liked the psychic aspect of it, and I really enjoyed the mystery as well. The problem I had was some of the "secrets" the heroine was hiding was a bit fristrating, and the way the hero acted about it was frustrating as well. Not only that I guess who the hero was right in the beginning part of the book, and o was right. So, that kind of made it not as good. But, the overall story was interesting to read, and I liked it.
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