Review: Someday It Will Be by S.A. McAuley

January 4, 2014 Review 0

Review: Someday It Will Be by S.A. McAuley

Poe is about to learn death and time are fragile barriers—if he has the strength of will to let go. Poe passes through a graffiti-laden alley, his chin tucked into his chest, a scarf wrapped tightly over his mouth to keep out the cold. He has nowhere to go since Isaac’s death, but something compels him out in the frigid Chicago winter.  He steps out of the alley, off the curb, and…into sand. In summertime. Isaac told him it would happen but Poe doesn’t care how it’s possible, only that now he has a chance to make everything right

Title: Someday It Will Be
Author: S.A. McAuley
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Author
Published: October 23rd 2013
Genres: Male Male Romance, Paranormal Romance
Pages: 49
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Stars: four-stars

If you were given the chance to go back in time and change a decision you mad, what would you do? Since Isaac’s death, Poe is emotionally lost. Wandering the streets of frigid Chicago, Poe finds himself transported back in time to a fateful summer day where he is given a second chance to make everything right.

Someday It Will Be is one of those books that is well worth the read. This emotion-filled story will confuse you, make you cry and have you cheering at the end. Told in flashbacks, we get to experience Poe’s life as he is given a chance to change his life. Or is it his life he wants to change? The conversations Poe has with Artie at times left me scratching my head in confusion until I truly understood who Artie was then everything clicked into place. The whole story feels very surreal jumping back and forth between time-frames and at time’s can be confusing but towards the end, everything very cleverly comes together.
Despite Isaac special ‘gift’, I felt this was less of a paranormal romance and more of a love story. It certainly left me an emotional wreck. I leave you with my favorite quote from the book, which sums up the entire story in a nice neat little package:

“There’s always a price”

Someday It Will Be


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