Review: If Tomorrow Never Comes by Lisa Chalmers

September 24, 2013 Review 1

Review: If Tomorrow Never Comes by Lisa Chalmers

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 newfound guide Gabriel, Josh is forced to learn what happens IF TOMORROW NEVER COMES.

Title: If Tomorrow Never Comes
Author: Lisa Chalmers
Published by Rebel Heart Ink
Source: Author
Published: February 18th 2013
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 348
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Stars: five-stars

If Tomorrow Never Comes is by far the best ugly cry book I have ever read! This incredible love story has ripped my heart out and has left me a massive pile of crying goo. Oh yes, it is THAT GOOD!

The story starts out simple enough with Josh’s death in an accident. Then WHAM! You are thrust into a world of pain and hurt as Avery and Josh’s family learn of his death. Their story of grief is as old as time but to experience with them is gut-retching painful. Especially, from Avery’s point of view. Here’s a young woman who has lost her soulmate and now has to face her life and pregnancy without him. On the flip-side, there is Josh and his experiences. The pain, the sorrow, taken before his time and to watch his family, to watch Avery struggle to survive. His fight to return to her will rip your heart out. There was nothing I found predictable about their story. The cast of characters are outstanding. As odd as this sounds, the pain that everyone experiences is beautifully detailed. The ending was touching and all I could hope for.

Author Lisa Chalmers has taken me on such an emotional ride, it may take me a while to recover. If you read one book this year that makes you appreciate what you have, make that book If Tomorrow Never comes. And have tissues nearby…lots of tissues.

If Tomorrow Never Comes

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