Daniel Gregory was hiding. Hiding who he really was from the world, but as a soldier in the 1980’s he had no choice.
One man saw straight through him and so began a lifetime of goodbyes.
Cade Candelle had assignments. Working for the CIA he could get moved at a moments notice. Knowing that he should never get involved didn’t stop his heart from having other thoughts. Two hearts broke with their first goodbye.
Are we destined to be with that one person and no matter what life throws at us we will find our way back? Or is Goodbye really Goodbye?
Love is love no matter who is involved and this is most definitely a love story. Happiness can be found through love and whether it is male/female, male/male, female/female or in some cases male/male/male/female who are we to judge, everyone has a heart that can be filled with joy and broken in two.
Cade and Daniel’s story had me both smiling and crying. It shows how times have changed but not always prejudices, although unconventional relationships are more high accepted now than they were back in the 80’s.
This is a great book with a fantastic storyline that encompasses the previous McLendon books and also the Survivors’ Justice book (although it is not essential to read this series first it would help). I love all the characters in this series and it great to see how their lives progressing.