If There's No Tomorrow

If There's No Tomorrow

eBook - 2017
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Beginning her senior year of high school determined to finish college applications and reveal to her best friend how she really feels about him, Lena is devastated by a terrible accident that leaves her overwhelmed with guilt.
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario :, Harlequin,, 2017
ISBN: 9781488015403
Branch Call Number: Online eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
text file, rda
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc
Alternative Title: If there is no tomorrow

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spl_teens Jan 05, 2018

An event that happens in only a few seconds - such as a drunk-driving accident - can change lives forever. 376 pages.


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susanlovesbooks
Nov 14, 2017

This book portrays the importance of communication in relationships and how silence and assumptions can poison them. It also contains a cautionary tale about drunk driving that is realistic and shows the devastating impact from various perspectives. Through the experiences of Lena and other characters we see a process of grief and guilt give way to recovery and forgiveness. The romance between her and Sebastian is sweet and steamy at the same time. Loved it!

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RosaReads2
Nov 04, 2017

I've read quite a few of Armentrout's books, but I enjoy her YA stories the most. In fact, The Problem With Forever was one of my favorites reads from last year.  I was excited to see another YA contemporary along similar lines as that one - physical and/or psychological trauma and a friends-to-love romance. Of course, it was altogether different, as well and I wasn't disappointed.  After reading the author's YA stories, I can't believe it's the same author as some of her NA-genre books. While I find those a bit contrived and sometimes cheesy, her YA books come across as realistic and less cliché. The "feels" run the entire spectrum in If There's No Tomorrow.  At the same time as it is poignant and heart-wrenching, it is also romantic and ultimately hopeful. Although this story didn't outdo what I loved about The Problem With Forever, it is a great story in it's own right.

A quick note: I also listened to an audiobook for parts of this story and found the narration to be stellar.

MatildaRB15 Oct 24, 2017

I loved this book and would honestly recommend reading it. It is a story of truth that may just open your eyes to perspective and possibly.

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