- Title: Here’s To Tomorrow
- Author: Teagan Hunter
- Genre: Contemporary Romance
- Series: Here’s To
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
- Publication Date: February 9, 2015
- ISBN: 978-1507836026
- Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️/5
- Buy: Amazon
“A chance meeting… A slip of the tongue… Two lives forever changed… Rae Kamden has no idea what she wants to do in life. She thinks leaving her small town is the way to go, but after running into car trouble (and the sexiest man she’s ever seen), she begins rethinking everything she thought she wanted out of life. Hudson Tamell isn’t your typical twenty-four year old. The last seven years haven’t been a cake walk. But after finally getting his life just where he wants it, he meets Rae and her impossibly unfiltered mouth. She’s like no one he’s ever met before, totally throwing him off that carefully paved road. But can she handle his life and all the baggage that comes along with it? Now the girl who doesn’t really fit into his world is the one person he wants in it…no matter what demons she has.”
Here’s To Tomorrow has strong and relatable characters and the writing is also good. It’s a light read which you can finish in just one sitting. I actually liked it but my problem here is that, it has no defined plot. It just revolved around the two characters and I cannot pinpoint the problem. It was just that. Love story of two people who instantly fell in love with each other after meeting in a car repair shop. No issues to resolve, no problems to unbuckle except the fact that Hudson has a child and he is afraid Rae might not like that. It’s just too shallow for me.
I want to love this book, trust me. But it still needs more improvements basically on its storyline. The characters were good. Hudson is sweet and kind. Rae is honest and has an unfiltered mouth. She just says what she wants and couldn’t care less though at times, I feel like it becomes exaggerated. All the other characters were also hilarious and the banters were what I liked best. I’m a sucker for story that has characters who can spit out witty banters, you know. All the conversation went easy.
Overall, this book is okay. Oh, also: COHO REFERENCE! I like the effort that the author has put on this story and I know she could do more. Her writing style is promising.