Monday, May 19, 2014

Release Promo and Review Tour & Giveaway: What Happens Tomorrow by Elle Michaels

Along with Elle Michaels, we are excited to share with you her new release “What Happens Tomorrow”.  Make sure to join the Facebook Release & Tour Event, read the EXCERPT & enter the Amazon Gift Card GIVEAWAY below!

No one knows what happens tomorrow...
When Brooke Adams suffers the unimaginable, she knows her heart will never be whole again. Faced with the choice of giving in to her grief, or fighting to regain a resemblance to the life she once knew, she chooses to fight.
Not ready to give up, Brooke starts a new life where no one knows her past. As she slowly puts the pieces of her life back together, Brooke meets her neighbor, Tyler Reynolds. Soon, he becomes her friend, her rock...
and her complicated constant.
Despite her best efforts, she finds herself falling for him, but what will happen if Tyler learns the truth about her past and realizes just how deep the damage is?
The risk might be too much...

Elle Michaels is a professional in the tech sector, residing with her family in the Pacific Northwest. Having spent years acting in and directing stage productions, she dreamed of writing a screenplay, but at the suggestion of a friend, she decided to write a novel instead. She has always had a passion for reading and romance. There is nothing she loves more than to get lost in a sexy romance story. When not working or writing, she can be found spending time with the love of her life, her two young children and Yorkshire Terrier.

4 Stars

TITLE~  What Happens Tomorrow
AUTHOR~ Elle Michaels
GENRE~ Contemporary Romance
PUBLISHED~ Expected publication: May 19th 2014

I received a free ARC of this book for review.

I liked the story line of What Happens Tomorrow very much. It really touched my heart. I enjoyed the strength of the main character/Heroine, her ability to overcome, and persevere. The other MC/Hero, is the perfect book boyfriend; hot, caring, understanding, and sweet.  

Overall, the writing is good, but the actual grammar, typos, missing/extra words was annoying at times. I appreciate that writer wanted to show the immediate feelings throughout the book, but I wasn't entirely impressed with the one-word italicized "sentences" that she used to do so. Regardless though, her point was received.
This is a very good choice if you are looking for an emotional read.

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