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  • Amazing!

    Couldn't put it down! Beautiful, heart-warming and heart-rending at times. It was great to travel around a city that I've never been too.

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  • Sweet, thought provoking YA perfection.

    Content Rating: 16+ Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult, Fiction Published: July 28, 2020, by Simon Pulse Today Tonight Tomorrow is the first book by Rachel Lynn Solomon that I have read, and her writing is different in a beautiful way. I can’t put my finger on precisely what it is about her writing style that I liked, other to say that it was fresh and honest. I went into this book, not knowing much about it other than it was a young adult book. If I am sincere in the beginning, I didn’t like this book. However, very slowly, this book crept into my heart and made me smile. Rowan Roth and Neil McNair have been at odds with each other since the first day of high school. At the end of four years, they are still at odds with each other. They have fought tooth and nail for every academic accolade. “The essay contest that started it all…First place, McNair and his beloved Fitzgerald, second place Roth. I vow to beat him at whatever comes next.” Now the ultimate prize, valedictorian, lies within both of their reaches. But yet again, Rowan is bested by “McNightmare” when he is awarded, valedictorian. Rowan, however, is not a girl who is about to give up. There is one prize still to be won, Howl. Howl is the final senior challenge, a scavenger hunt of sorts with a twist that takes them all over the city of Seattle looking for clues while at the same time eliminate one another. During this game, Roth and McNair reluctantly team up, and that is when the fun begins. “And it’s there, on the fourth floor of the library, watching my nemesis take slow sips of ginger ale, that I have a horrifying realization. Neil…is cute.” What made this book enjoyable is the dynamics between Roth and McNair. We know from the beginning what will happen between these two, but that’s okay; it’s the journey these two experiences that make this book fun. They start off tossing barbs at each other, and then little by little; they start sharing secrets, hopes, and dreams. Over twenty-four hours, these two archenemies learn about themselves, but they learn about each other in a way they never thought possible. “’ Earth-shattering,’ he says…He kisses the top of my head. ‘well, yes, but I meant you.’” Today Tonight Tomorrow is a sweet, funny coming of age book slash rom-com that takes these two characters from enemies to friends to lovers. This book did a fantastic job conveying all the crazy mixed-up feelings that teens now have to deal with in such an endearing way. Today Tonight Tomorrow is like a big hug that wraps around your heart and mind. I highly recommend you read this book; you will not be disappointed. * Please note the quotes in my review are subject to change once the book is published. * ** I kindly received this galley by way of NetGalley, publisher, and author. I was not contacted, asked, or required to leave a review. I received no compensation, financial or otherwise. I have voluntarily read this book, and this review is my honest opinion. **

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  • Surprising in a good- Freaky Way

    Ok, so I jut gotta say that Rowan in this book reminded me EXACTLY of me. First, she is half latina like me. Second, she looooves romance books, ALSO like me (who am I kidding, also like all of us reading this book because it is indeed a romance). Third, she is writing a book, which I am actually doing right now. I havent told anyone except one of my best friends who is also writing a book. I think I know exactly how rowan feels about telling other people that she is writing. She gave me the confidence to start telling other people about it. And lastly, the freakiest point of all... Drumroll please... Is that I also have a redheaded guy friend who I am always competing with over grades. Not hardcore competitiveness but still. This book was just really amazing cause I could truly relate to it. THANK YOU RACHEL LYNN DOLOMON!

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  • Today Tonight Forever?

    I loved this book. It will most likely stay with me forever. I put a bunch of books on hold, this being one (1) of them, a lot of them were available at one point. So I borrowed them. I finished this book in one (1) day. I'm extremely glad I didn't let the hold lapse. It was a good book. Top reccommendation. I hope you find the time to read it.

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  • Great character development, great story

    Rowan and Neil have been adversaries since grade 9 when he won an essay contest. There has been a back and forth between them since then. This book covers their final day of high school, where they learn a lot about each other, even secrets their best friends don't know. This book was hate to love romance at its finest. I admit this is one of my favourite tropes in romance, and this one did not disappoint. I loved reading the banter between Rowan and Neil and how they learned more about each other than they ever knew. I enjoyed that Solomon did all this while taking us on a journey around Seattle. The character development in this book was great. I felt like I could picture and knew both Rowan and Neil, but also the friends they had. The writing was good, and I loved the banter between Rowan and Neil. I loved this book and really enjoyed this feel good story. I look forward to reading what Solomon puts out in the future. A solid 4.5/5 I received a copy of this from NetGalley and the publisher for an open and honest review. All opinions are 100% mine.

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