No Time For Goodbyes

(2 customer reviews)


When six friends make a pact not to let love get in the way of their careers, the No Brides Club is born. But could meeting the right man at the wrong time cause them to break their vows to each other?

Brooke Collins thought she had everything she wanted. Since relocating from her small town to work as an Oncology Nurse at one of Manhattan’s most respected children’s hospitals, she’s worked hard to make a life for herself in the big city. When a life-threatening emergency takes place back home, every choice she has made in the past three years is suddenly called into question.

As a firefighter, Austin Jensen knows how to handle a fire, but that doesn’t help when dealing with old flames. When his ex comes back to town and old feelings begin to resurface, he begins to wonder if the connection between them is worth risking getting burned again.

Sparks fly in this sweet, second chance romance as Brooke finds new reasons to stay in Lawson Heights and leave her life in the city behind while Austin remains unsure of what their future may be. Should they fan the flames or douse them with water and walk away for good?

2 reviews for No Time For Goodbyes

  1. Rosemary HUGHES

    She had left the small town, trying to pursue a dream of a nursing career, that she felt she never would have a chance at home. He let her go, although she broke his heart, but knowing he couldn’t hold her, from her dreams.
    Now, she needed to come back, as her mother needed her. He made the call, and didn’t know what would happen next.
    Yeah, excellent tale!

  2. Patricia Reichardt

    This is my first Christina Butrum story, and I really enjoyed it. It’s a sweet, second chance romance that also gives Brooke a second chance at her life. Not that her life in Manhattan isn’t a good one. Brooke is a pediatric oncology nurse, and though she loves her job, it definitely takes an emotional toll on her. When she receives a phone call that her mother has suffered from a stroke, she is on the next plane home to be by her side. Now there, holding her hand, and being with her ex-boyfriend Austin, she is able to re-evaluate her life, her values and what she wants to do. I love small town stories, and Brooke is the perfect character to come back from the big city and enter back into the no secrets, everyone knows everything world. She is a great character, slightly flawed, and confused, and I love how she works through her life plan to figure out what is best for her. Austin is the perfect book boyfriend, always present and up front.The support from her No Brides Club friends just is icing on the cake!

    Carrie Coello is a wonderful narrator and I love how she brought this to life. She gave Brooke a slightly jaded, yet very worried attitude when she first arrives, We can feel the push-pull of her very different lives and Coello lets us feel her conflict. I also love her many voices. It’s a great performance.

Add a review