Title :

Until Tomorrow

Author :

Annie Kelly

Series :

Flirting With Trouble #2

Release date : 15 Mar 2016
Rating : 5 Stars
Blurb :

She’s trying the straight and narrow… Carson Tucker only has one thing on her mind: getting her life back on track and pursuing her teaching career. She can’t afford to be distracted, yet no amount of good sense can compel her keep her mind—or eyes—off the brooding and mysterious Wyatt Sands. She agreed to be his tutor and help him finish his degree, but now she’s wishing she could inspire him in more ways than one… He makes her want to break all the rules… Still reeling from the tragic accident that took his best friend’s life and left him wheelchair-bound, all Wyatt Sands wants to do is forge ahead without any attachments. His solitary lifestyle works well until the after-hours sessions between him and his tutor turn hot and steamy. As the chemistry between them fuels a passion that is too electrifying to be denied, will Carson be able to break down the barriers that Wyatt has erected around himself—or will their fiery passion burn them both?

Review :

“Until Tomorrow“ was the first book by Annie Kelly I read . Even if it is the second book in the “Flirting With Trouble” with trouble series it can be easy read as standalone.

BUT you can be sure that I will pick up not the first book as well.
The author created interesting characters that both struggle through different issues of their life. Still they are able to point out not only what seems to be broken with the other one – but they are also able to see their own problems as well. In certain moments I felt like they were both growing with each others help.
Like this one intense moment when Wyatt reaches for Carson’s hands to stand up – that was such a tiny gesture but if there had been a soundtrack I would have expected a drumroll #pun intended when looking at the drummer in this story.
The actual surrounding story took a backseat for me as I found myself focusing only on the developing relationship between the two leads. They were well written and I really loved Wyatt – he was so strong that even his minor cracks in the amour (as Carson called them) only added up to his character.
5 WOW stars for a strong character development
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