Book Review of P.S. Goodbye by Tari Faris


What if a woman who’s all about the goals and plans falls in love with man who no longer believes his life has a purpose? A novice life coach needs to cement her reputation with one great success story. When a wounded former Special Forces operator walks back into her life looking for a job, she decides to work with him—a win-win for them both.

​If Caroline Williams had her way, she’d help everyone in town find their purpose in life—unfortunately, no one seems to want her help. But she refuses to give up, and her new status as a certified life coach should provide her with some badly needed credibility. All she needs is her first client. When Grant Quinn walks in looking for a job, Caroline knows he needs more than that—he needs a new plan for his life. But when Grant refuses to be honest about his dreams and his struggles, Caroline’s business might come crashing down before it starts.

Wounded former Special Forces operator Grant Quinn understood the cost when he enlisted and served his country with pride. The scars on his face are reminders of what he lost, but he is moving on—now if he could just convince his family that he’s fine. When Caroline steps back into his life and offers to help find him a job in exchange for being her Guinea pig in her new life coaching business, he agrees. After all, what better way to show his family he’s okay than with a new, stable job? But when the anxiety he’s been running from ruins his one interview, his plans come crashing down. Can he trust Caroline enough to be honest about everything?

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💕💗💕 I would like to say that I read this book in one setting, on a long ride, to another state hours away for a fun family buffet dinner, which meant I had plenty of reading time. And this little novella? It was lovely! If I hadn’t been in love with Tari Faris’ stories already I would have been after reading this spectacular little story. There were several more mature scenes. P.S. Goodbye is a sweet, hard, and somewhat realistic story that romance readers are sure to love.

Plus, it has the most adorable cover, normally I don’t love covers with the couple embracing/hugging/whatever but this just fit the story so well. And the colors! 💕💗💕

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