Remember Tomorrow

Remember Tomorrow Two women find that creating a successful relationship rests in remembering the mistakes of the past Cees Bannigan has all the materials she needs to build a happy life a successful home improvement t

  • Title: Remember Tomorrow
  • Author: Gabrielle Goldsby
  • ISBN: 9781602823778
  • Page: 196
  • Format: ebook
  • Two women find that creating a successful relationship rests in remembering the mistakes of the past.Cees Bannigan has all the materials she needs to build a happy life a successful home improvement television show, a new house, and the attention of an intelligent and beautiful woman So what is she doing at the hospital bedside of Arieanna Simons, the lover who abandonedTwo women find that creating a successful relationship rests in remembering the mistakes of the past.Cees Bannigan has all the materials she needs to build a happy life a successful home improvement television show, a new house, and the attention of an intelligent and beautiful woman So what is she doing at the hospital bedside of Arieanna Simons, the lover who abandoned her several months before When she discovers what is behind Arieanna s precipitous withdrawal, Cees must decide if past betrayals can ever be forgiven, even for the promise that tomorrow might hold.

    One thought on “Remember Tomorrow”

    1. In case I ever experience amnesia (see what I did there?), here is why I never want to read this book again:The dialogue: "You haven't been over to pet the kitty"The sex scenes: A navel ring features prominently. And terribly. Also, there is a description of a character's eyes and ladybits crying together. Super hot. The characters: Why do they even want to be together again? In the words of Mickey and Sylvia, love is strange.

    2. Remember Tomorrow by Gabrielle Goldsby is quite good, surprisingly tender at times, often sensual (especially the dance scenes) and sincerely complicated (the confusion connected with Arie’s amnesia is especially touching). I can’t remember the last book I read that was so vulnerable as this one is.

    3. I'm a huge fan of Ms. Goldsby and have enjoyed her works. However, it was hard for me to get into this book - none of the characters were that likable to me. Perhaps if there was more details of their back-stories, I could understand them better.

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