Series: Boot Creek, #2
Author: Nancy Naigle
Publication Date: May 2, 2017
Publisher: Montlake Romance
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Note: I received an e-book from the publisher via Goodreads in exchange for an unbiased review.
Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
After yet another heartbreak, Flynn Crane is pretty much done with dating. She’s not even sure she can keep her grandparents’ struggling bed-and-breakfast afloat. But just as she’s about to give up on both her business and her dream of settling down in Boot Creek, Ford Morton walks back into her life.
Even from thousands of miles away, Ford never forgot the spark that ignited when he first met Flynn. Now a monthlong artists’ residency near Boot Creek gives him the perfect opportunity to find out just how intense the fire between them can get.
Neither of them expected just how that little spark would turn into heated passion. With Ford’s return to Alaska looming near, Flynn is torn between her life in Boot Creek and a chance to move to the wilderness for love. Can Ford and Flynn find a way to share tomorrow together—before they both lose their hearts in Boot Creek?
A while back, I read Every Yesterday (Boot Creek, #2). It was my first book by Nancy Naigle, and while I liked her writing, I had a hard time connecting with the characters. I was excited to get a chance to read another book in this series.
In Until Tomorrow, Flynn is done with dating men who use her. She’s going to take a break from men and work on getting her bed and breakfast back up and running. Flynn’s able to do just that until Ford comes strolling back into town. Flynn met Ford at her best friend Angie’s wedding, and sparks flew between the two of them. Flynn never imagined anything could ever happen between them since Ford lives in Alaska. The more time Flynn spends with Ford, the more she wants more with him. But is Flynn willing to give up her bed and breakfast dreams to move to Alaska?
Until Tomorrow was a fun read. It’s exactly the kind of adult contemporary romance I like. It was fast-paced, cute, and the characters’ chemistry was strong. I immediately felt connected to Flynn and Ford. Their story was definitely instant lust and a little bit instant love, but it was also had a slow burn feel. I liked that Flynn and Ford’s relationship was built on what started between them in the previous novel. It made their romance easier to rationalize. (Not that you would have to read the previous novel to read this one. It can be read as a standalone.)
I’m glad I gave the author a second chance. Until Tomorrow had everything I thought Every Yesterday was missing. Romance readers who enjoy a traditional contemporary romance will love this book. There’s a lot of relationship build up and just a little bit of sexiness to enjoy.