The Trouble with Goodbye by Sarra Cannon

The Trouble with Goodbye

By Sarra Cannon

  • Release Date: 2013-05-19
  • Genre: Contemporary
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Description

Two years ago, Leigh Anne Davis shocked everyone in tiny Fairhope, Georgia when she broke up with her wealthy boyfriend to attend an Ivy League university a thousand miles away. At school, she finds a happiness and independence she’s never known.

Until one terrifying night takes it all away from her.

With no place else to go, Leigh Anne heads home to reclaim her old life. A life she worked so hard to escape. On the outside, she seems like the same girl everyone has always known. But deep inside, she’s hiding a terrible secret.

That’s when she meets Knox Warner, a troubled newcomer to Fairhope. His eyes have the same haunted look she sees every day in the mirror, and when she’s near him, the rest of the world fades away. But being with Knox would mean disappointing everyone all over again. If she wants to save what’s left of her old life, she has no choice but to say goodbye to him forever.

Only, the trouble with goodbye is that sometimes it’s about courage and sometimes it’s about fear. And sometimes you’re too broken to know the difference until it’s too late.

This series is now complete! While each book can be read as a stand-alone, some characters interactions and events will be more meaningful if you follow this series from the beginning. 

Book 1: The Trouble With Goodbye
Book 2: The Moment We Began
Book 3: A Season For Hope
Book 4: The Fear of Letting Go
Book 5: A Life With No Regrets
Book 6: The Trouble With I Do

Reviews

  • A heartwarming love story

    5
    By Teresap65
    I really enjoyed the characters! I will be reading the next books.
  • Love

    5
    By jerkchikn
    Love this book.
  • An appropriate time to read this

    4
    By emmenkris
    It isn’t often that a book filed under ‘Romance’ is written in the first person. How, for example, does one write the hot and heavy bits in the first person! Expectedly, there is nothing in that department. This book is not a romance. It is a story of growing up, of the power of youth, of grief and loss, and, critically, of the redeeming power of trust, courage and friendship - the kind, especially, that only the young seem to be capable of. As we all roil in the throes of the #metoo movement; this book surprisingly helps to understand the trauma and tumult of a ‘victim’ of assault. The first person account works powerfully here. It is a masterful technique that impels the reader to listen to the voice of the woman herself. Women are constantly (and easily) judged for speaking up too late. We do it to ourselves too all the time. This book will make many rethink their assumptions. It is fast paced, has a plot that is tightly knit and reads true. And importantly, it has the right emotions and is hopeful. A book that is necessary for our times. ‘Highly recommend’
  • Awesome read

    5
    By emcarr44
    I love this story line.
  • A Must Read

    5
    By Jo Overfield
    I so enjoyed this book. This book was filled with so many layers of relatable issues. Issues with relationships, domestic abuse, rape, self esteem, and courage to believe in yourself. Not everything you see, and hear is what it appears to be, and don’t judge a book by its cover. Most of all it was about love. Love for yourself, and finding true love. From the moment Knox stared into Leigh Anne’s eyes, I was hooked. This man was strong, and gentle, sweet, but edgy, determined, but not pushy. As the book went on I fell more, and more head over heels in love with this guy. Leigh Anne’s story broke my heart, but her challenges with her mother infuriated me. I wanted to come thru the e-reader, and teach a mother a lesson. How could she treat her own daughter that way, and not just over what had happened to her at school, but right from the beginning. Knox’s Story was powerful as well. I could see so many kids at his age going through the same thing. But his perseverance to prevail was inspiring. His talents were amazing. Knox’s support of Leigh Ann in this story was a testament of TRUE love. He was there for her, loved her, cared for her, and protected her. Someone once said, Love isn’t a feeling, it’s always doing the right thing by that person. I feel this is who Knox and Leigh Ann were. They were unconditional, and their love was that way. It was a beautiful, sweet, and romantic story. It had lots to teach about true love, and encouragement, and believing enough in yourself to reslise you are worth it. It also taught you not to allow what others say, and do to control your life. You have the power. And when your wronged in a way you should have never been, Love, strength, and belief in yourself will get you through. Oh, and Knox’s secret that came out in the end, I would have given anything to of been a fly on the wall. Lol #10
  • The Trouble with Goodbye

    5
    By Fruitfulchlp
    I loved this book ,and am going to read the next three books. Sarah you rock , keep writing
  • Loved it!

    5
    By D8c9klisten
    I truly enjoyed this book from start to finish! It had relatable material for me and that means a lot. It's heart warming and strengthening in so many ways! I can wait to see what happens in the next book!
  • Loved

    5
    By Zachdaly
    Loved the book! Wish it had a little more twisting an unexpected parts but for the most part best book iv read in awhile.
  • Good read

    5
    By AC21611
    Simple but touching and deals with a serious and sensitive subject with honesty and courage.
  • Best

    5
    By Ovoxo04
    This book was amazing, I couldn't stop flipping the pages until I finished the book. Wish it had a different ending like them living in that house or finding out he served time for everything he did .

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