Your Natasha is getting deported tonight after all. I couldn’t stop it from happening” pg293
“I have to get to her and tell her first. I don’t want her to be alone when she hears the news” pg 296
“I’m not ready to say goodbye. I’ll never be ready to say it.” pg 307
“The reason he wasn’t able to stop Natasha’s deportation is that he missed the court appointment with the judge who could’ve reversed the the Voluntary Removal” pg 297
“I love you, Daniel”, she says at last” pg 332
“Natasha” pg 344
“Daniel” pg 344
After a while Daniel has to go to his interview with his alumni for Yale. It just so happens that Daniels alumni is also Natasha’s lawyer. Daniel notices Natashas file and asks the lawyer about the deportation. The lawyer said he failed to stop the deportation and Natasha would have to go back to Jamaica
“I have to get to her and tell her first. I don’t want her to be alone when she hears the news” pg296
Daniel rushes down stairs to where Natasha is waiting for him. He wanted to be the one to give her the bad news but as he gets to Natasha her phone rings, it's the lawyer. Daniel tells Natasha not to answer it and he tells her the bad news himself. They spend their last moments together as Daniel takes Natasha back home and goes with her to the airport. Then they said their final goodbyes.
10 years goes by and they end up finding each other once again. They end up on the same airplane together. As Natasha is talking to a flight attendant Irene who happens to know her, Daniel who is a couple rows ahead hears Natasha’s name and looks back and the two automatically recognize each other.