Review – Finding Hope Tomorrow

cover.pngEvery person’s life tells a story.

Some are uncomplicated, straightforward, and easy. Things fall into place with a simplicity that boggles the mind.

Others twist and turn, and every day is centered on fighting and scraping, yet never finding victory.

And then there are those who gain an inch only to be knocked back a foot. They love. They fight. They stumble. They fall. But through it all, they stagger to their feet, step back on life’s path, and push through until they win. For these people, happiness is not an illusion. It’s a truth, a promise, worth any effort, any scars, but just out of arm’s reach. It stands at the end of the path, taunting and teasing, tempting them to take one more blow.

And in the end, the battles make victory sweeter. More valued. More precious than ever imagined. More than any one person could hope.

This is Liam’s story.
Loyal, protective, shoulders stronger than Atlas’.
Broken, worn, battered.
Win or lose, he’s ready to fight for what tomorrow brings.

Life. Love. Healing. Hope.


The other day I found myself in the mood for some pure romantic goodness in my reading so I picked up a NetGalley ARC of Finding Hope Tomorrow by Kathryn McNeill Crane, and I’m so glad I did. There was something about the description of Liam and his story that seemed heartfelt and genuine which is exactly what this story ended up being, though there were some unexpected tense moments as well which made for a great story that flew above my expectations.

I connected with Liam right away, he’s very much the type of guy that many girls day dream about and is well suited to be the hero of this story, both romantically and otherwise. He works extremely hard and is there for the people he loves, traits that would be hard to fault anyone for, so don’t be surprised when you find yourself rooting for this guy HARD throughout the story.

Looking to swoon, pick this one up today!

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