Book Review

Tomorrow’s Lullaby – Lindzee Armstrong

I read this book back in January, wrote up my review in WordPress, and then promptly forgot about it. What?! That’s the only reason I have for not getting this amazing book reviewed here on the Ginger Mom. So, better late than never, I guess. Lindzee Armstrong, thank you for the chance to experience Sienna’s side to the story
tomorrow's lullaby lindzee armstrong Tomorrow’s Lullaby
Chasing Tomorrow #2
by Lindzee Armstrong
Narrated by: Tiffany Williams
Publisher: Snowflake Press
Release Date: November 30, 2017
Genre: Clean Romance
Length: 6 hrs 34 mins
Source: Author in Exchange for Honest Review
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Story: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Narration: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Reviewed by Megan
Challenges: 2018 Audiobook Challenge

When Sienna McBride placed her baby for adoption at eighteen, she never dreamed  that two years later she’d find herself falling for someone who resents his birth mother for not keeping him.
A relationship that screams “baggage” is the last thing she has time for, especially with her last-chance Juilliard audition approaching. She can’t afford any distractions if she’s going to get back into the school she turned down because of her pregnancy. But that’s exactly what Aaron is turning out to be – a devastatingly handsome, butterfly-inducing distraction. One that’s making her reconsider the importance of attending Juilliard.
The future of their relationship rests on whether Sienna can live a lie or trust Aaron with the truth. If only she felt confident in either decision. 

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This book pulled at every heartstring at exactly the right time. I felt for Sienna in Chasing Someday but didn’t really think too much about her. In this book, we get to see how everything is going for Sienna after Hunter is a part of Kiera and David’s family.

I loved the feeling Sienna puts into her music, how it is such a part of her. She doesn’t just play because it’s what she thinks she should do . . . she puts a piece of herself into each piece she plays and writes. As someone who wishes they could play a musical instrument, I loved that about Sienna.

And Aaron . . . I thought it was a great plot development that he had issues with adoption. They had a fairly significant hurdle to overcome and I wondered a couple times if they would make it through. I enjoyed that it wasn’t just a given that their love would overcome everything.

Dane . . . I did not like him. Ever. Period. *exasperated growly sigh*

20180508_210730.pngOh wow. I have listened to other books that Tiffany Williams has narrated for Lindzee Armstrong and have enjoyed each and every one of them. She manages to give each character their own voice so it is easy to tell who is speaking and to really feel them. Her narration really took this book to that next level.

For how much I enjoyed Chasing Someday, this book was even better! It wrapped up perfectly but I am sad to see it end. I loved all the ups and downs and it’s one I will definitely read again.
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I received a complementary copy of this book via the author and Audible.com in exchange for my honest review. The gifting of this book in no way influenced my review and all opinions expressed within are entirely my own.

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Have you read Chasing Someday or Tomorrow’s Lullaby? What about Lindzee’s No Match For Love series? If you’d like to find out more about the author herself, we’d love if you checked out our interview with her! Let’s strike up a conversation!

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