Monday, July 28, 2014

Deciding Tomorrow by Renee Ericson Review

Deciding Tomrrow
Renee Ericson

What if a love, once lost, came around for a second chance? 
After a fated meeting with the one person who captured her heart many years ago, Ruby Miller is taking a leap of faith, right into the arms of her past. 
Four years have gone by since the tragedy that tore Ruby and Brent apart, setting them on different paths, battered and searching. Now, this couple divided by time and distance will have to fight for their love to survive in the present, as they try to deal with their past and the decisions that made them who they are today. 
Is their love worth it? The same love they gave up on once before?
Can they put everything aside to see what's left of what they once shared?
Following their hearts, their minds, and Deciding Tomorrow.

About Renee Ericson

Renee Ericson is the author of the These Days series. 

Originally from the Midwest, she now resides in a small town just outside of Boston with her husband and three children. 

Most winters, Renee can be found on the slopes of the White Mountains skiing with her family. During the summer months, she likes to spend every spare minute at the beach soaking up the sea air. All those moments in between, she is talking to imaginary characters and caring for her children.


“Give that back,” I playfully snap, trying to snatch my stolen utensil. My attempts are useless, so I settle my hip against the counter again, crossing my arms. “Does my idea of romance scare you?”
“Just a little.” He tosses my spoon behind him and into the sink. “In an obsessively adorable way.”
“That’s what I said,” he taunts, taking another bite of ice cream.
“Not sexy?” 
“Maybe if you did it in lace underwear. You have any of those?”
Stepping closer, I eliminate some of the physical space between our bodies. God, he smells so good.
“Wouldn’t you like to know?” I ask, my voice seductively low. 
“I might be interested.” 
Another bite disappears between his lips. My chest expands as I inhale. The longing for his mouth as well as the ice cream escalates. 
“Are you going to keep taunting me with that?” I play pout.  
“What? This?” He lifts the empty utensil. “Or this?” He intentionally licks his lips, tempting me further. 
“You’re mean.”
He chuckles, dips his spoon into the creamy green-and-black dessert, and then gestures the tasty sweet bite in my direction. I give him an apprehensive look, not trusting his generosity. This feels like a trick. 
He raises the spoonful higher, and the ice cream’s coolness radiates, tingling the warmth of my lips. Measuring whether he’s playing a game or not, I tentatively open my mouth, and the tiny morsel on the spoon chills my tongue.
Brent sets the utensil on the counter and then gently presses his thumb against my icy lips, drawing a line along their shape. I shiver internally, and it’s not from the ice cream.
“Are you still teasing me?” I ask against his touch.
“I’ll let you figure that out.”

Forgotten Yesterday

MaRanda's Opinion

Okay, I know I've said it before, but this time I really really REALLY mean it, I am totally biased when it comes to this author. I have been with this series since After Tuesday...I was hooked within the first chapter. This whole series is a whirlwind of emotions. 
I started Beta reading for Renee during Deciding Tomorrow, it was such an honor to be asked to be involved in something that will impact thousands of people. 
Renee ended this series perfect. I honestly couldn't see any other way to end the series. Everything flows together and A LOT of questions will get answers. 
I can't wait for the next book by Renee. 

Reading order is:
After Tuesday
Forgotten Yesterday 
Deciding Tomorrow

I, MaRanda, rate this book 6 Book Marks. Yep 6! 


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