The Say Anything series

In DON’T SAY GOODNIGHT, we meet married couple Gabriel and Alicia on an evening filled with temptation and unintended consequence. As they struggle with the harsh realities of their not-so-happily ever after will they find their way back to each other or does fate have other plans?

Don’t Say Goodnight is part one in the Say Anything series. This book ends with a cliffhanger.

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Naomi and Eli wanted to forget their pasts, but neither could deny that on a hot Chicago night, hearts will melt.

Two couples on the brink of separating, one night of temptation. Is this the end of love for the Moores and Reids, or is this a new beginning?

Coming soon.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“I Recommend this book”

The author portrayed the interracial intricacies, as well as age differences, well. I found the characters to be really human and the romance believable. It wasn’t overbearingly steamy, and that made the climax of the story worth the wait..

Maria (Reviewed Fire in the Blood)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“New Favorite Author”

I honestly had no expectations going in, but that was literally the best short story I’ve ever read

Tanzania (Reviewed Fire in the Blood)

Rating: 4 out of 5.

“Quick Paced and Satisfying End”

Romance stories aren’t usually my thing, but this is much more than that. It’s an intimate look at how even people who love each other can drift apart. Bonus Points for main characters being people of color!

Emily (Reviewed the Say Series)

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