Are you tired of weak, unrealistic characters who put you to sleep? Me too.
Yesterday’s Tomorrow is an action-packed love story set in Vietnam. I read it quickly, probably because I loved the two main characters: Kristen Taylor and Luke Maddox.
Kristen is a brilliant journalist who is chasing the memory of her late father, trying to break the biggest story of her life. She’s independent, stubborn, and beautiful. The envy of every women.
Luke is a talented and mysterious photographer. He’s the guy we love to hate. And he’s the guy we hate to love. Let’s just say he’s a little rough around the edges and easy on the eyes.
Of course, Kristen and Luke fall in love. The plot thickens, and they have to decide what’s really important in life. Relationships? Career? Personal safety?
Here’s another reason I liked this book. The characters are believable – even human. Even though this book is written by a Christian author, the faith-based center doesn’t over power the story. Instead, the characters are allowed to learn through trial and error, experiencing faith lessons through time and circumstances (kind of like real life!).
Sound like something you’d like to read? Just leave me a comment before Monday, and I’ll put you in a drawing for a free copy.
Have a good weekend!