{Review} Until Tomorrow by Annie Kelly @romancingannie @SignetEclipse

March 21, 2016 New Adult, Reviews 0 ★★★½

{Review} Until Tomorrow by Annie Kelly @romancingannie @SignetEclipseUntil Tomorrow by Annie Kelly
Pages: 196
Published by Intermix on March 15, 2016
Series: Flirting With Trouble #2
Genres: New Adult, contemporary, Romance
Source: eARC from Publisher

She’s trying the straight and narrow...

Carson Tucker only has one thing on her mind: getting her life back on track and pursuing her teaching career. She can’t afford to be distracted, yet no amount of good sense can compel her keep her mind—or eyes—off the brooding and mysterious Wyatt Sands. She agreed to be his tutor and help him finish his degree, but now she’s wishing she could inspire him in more ways than one...

He makes her want to break all the rules...

Still reeling from the tragic accident that took his best friend’s life and left him wheelchair-bound, all Wyatt Sands wants to do is forge ahead without any attachments. His solitary lifestyle works well until the after-hours sessions between him and his tutor turn hot and steamy. As the chemistry between them fuels a passion that is too electrifying to be denied, will Carson be able to break down the barriers that Wyatt has erected around himself—or will their fiery passion burn them both?

Note: This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

NA ReviewMy ThoughtsUntil Tomorrow is a new adult contemporary romance by Annie Kelly. It is the second book in the Flirting With Trouble series. each of the books can be read as standalones. Until Tomorrow is the first book that I have read by Annie Kelly, but it will not be the last. I loved how emotional and inspirational Until Tomorrow was. the characters were far from perfect, but their story was all about facing their fears, growing as a person and they all showed such strength that I had nothing but admiration for them. Until tomorrow is told entirely from Carson’s point of view.

Carson and Wyatt first met each other when they were very different people. I really liked that the book started out with their initial meeting, and then it jumps ahead 6 months and shows their second meeting. Of course, by this meeting each of their lives has changed significantly. I really enjoyed watching the two of them grow and struggle with who they are, who they were and who they want to be. It was a beautiful story. I wish that we could have seen some of Wyatt’s point of view, but then again, I always wish that. Dual narrative is my favorite, but I still feel like we got to know Wyatt pretty well through Carson’s eyes.

My only gripe with Until Tomorrow is that I would have liked to have seen the book be a little bit longer. I thought the pacing was great throughout the first 75% of the story, but the ending felt a little rushed. I thought we could have stretched it out another 50 pages or so. However, I will admit, I might feel this way because I was really enjoying Carson and Wyatt and wasn’t ready to say goodbye to them yet.

Bottom line: this is a solid new adult romance. Check out the Flirting with Trouble series, if you like your romance with a little grit, drama and a whole lot of troubled characters. This is a great book for character driven readers that like their reads on the edgier side.

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About Annie Kelly

Annie Kelly writes loves stories that will teach you a thing or two.

The FLIRTING WITH TROUBLE series (forthcoming from Penguin) is based around a group of young women who are dedicated to education – student teaching, tutoring, and running an after school program are just three of their passions. Of course, their passions certainly extend beyond the school day — and where the school day ends, their love lives begin.

Annie Kelly is a pen name for a YA author who writes everything from contemporary romance to gritty modern character studies.

Michelle @ Book Briefs

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