If Tomorrow Never Comes by Lisa Chalmers (Reviewed by Melanie)

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Title: If Tomorrow Never Comes

    Author: Lisa Chalmers

    Published Date: February 18, 2013

    Genre:  Contemporary Romance


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Josh Collins has the perfect life—a beautiful girlfriend and a baby on the way, until an accident takes his life and he’s suddenly forced to fight for everything and everyone he loves.

Alone and pregnant, Avery Rhodes is suddenly faced with a painful new reality. Life without the man she loves is turbulent. Nothing feels the same any more without him and she finds herself facing the unimaginable.

With his new found guide Gabriel, Josh is forced to learn what happens IF TOMORROW NEVER COMES.

paragraph divider 18***Melanie, #NerdGirlVamp’s Review***

A beautifully written, heartbreaking look at the “What Ifs” most of us would never want to face. Looked at from a slightly new angle the writing will draw you in and make you thankful for each and every blessing that you have. Definitely not one to be read without a box of Kleenex but even me, who is not a fan of tearjerker style books, was taken in by the story.

 Some of it was a little “wordy” for me (personal preference) and I felt that it could have benefited from a little more editing which is why it lost a star but I would still place it in the must read category for any contemporary romance lovers. In fact I have already recommended it to a fellow Nerd Girl as I think she will love it!!


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