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by Irene Hannon

Genre: Series

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Jess Mitchell has lived in a world of grief and hatred for several years.
And she's not about to give it up easily. But when Scott Mitchell attempts to walk back in to her life, she finds herself at a crossroads. Ironically, he has finally found his faith through their tragedy, but Jess has lost hers. If she lets go of the past, can God help her forgive Scott and recognize that he has changed? Will that be enough? NEVER SAY GOODBYE (3) by Irene Hannon is sure to elicit a tear or two, but perhaps it's a little too introspective for this reviewer's taste. Still, the story is well-written and includes some thought-provoking lines. (#175)

Reviewed By: Bev Huston

Publisher: Steeple Hill

Published: June 2002

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