by Nancy Naigle
Synopsis: After yet another heartbreak, Flynn Crane is pretty much done with dating. She’s not even sure she can keep her grandparents’ struggling bed-and-breakfast afloat. But just as she’s about to give up on both her business and her dream of settling down in Boot Creek, Ford Morton walks back into her life.
Even from thousands of miles away, Ford never forgot the spark that ignited when he first met Flynn. Now a monthlong artists’ residency near Boot Creek gives him the perfect opportunity to find out just how intense the fire between them can get.
Neither of them expected just how that little spark would turn into heated passion. With Ford’s return to Alaska looming near, Flynn is torn between her life in Boot Creek and a chance to move to the wilderness for love. Can Ford and Flynn find a way to share tomorrow together—before they both lose their hearts in Boot Creek?
My Review: Until Tomorrow is the third book in the Boot Creek series, but you do not have to read the previous two to enjoy this sweet, romantic story. I enjoyed the fact that there was no graphic sex scenes and very few mild curses so this could be read by older teens.
Flynn has been laid off from her job and purchased her Grandparent’s B&B. They have headed off to Florida to find a place to live. She had a romantic interest in her live-in handyman who seemed more interested in tearing the place apart rather than putting it back together. That relationship has ended and she is rethinking her life without a man in it. Enter Ford. He and Flynn met the previous summer at a wedding of mutual friends and he cannot stop thinking about her. He is a well-known and sought after glass blower, who just happens to live in Alaska. When he is invited to come and teach at the school near Boot Creek, North Carolina, he jumps at the chance to reconnect with Flynn. With the help of friends, they get together and the feelings begin to develop. They develop a friendly relationship before they begin to deal with a sexual one, which I loved. Can Ford convince Flynn to give up her dream of running the family B&B and move with him to Alaska? Can Flynn convince Ford that he can do his work anywhere and to remain in North Carolina?
I love seeing the characters develop. Flynn changes from a “poor me” character into one you are rooting for. Ford was a serious, caring, good person who was sexy in the way he treated others. I loved learning about Ford’s glassblowing, the process and his artistic pieces. The glimpses of life in a small town in Alaska were also very interesting. The book did end with some questions left unanswered, but maybe there will be another book down the road where the ends are tied up. The story starts slowly, but moves quickly once you get partway into the story. I read this one in a day and now want to go back and revisit Boot Creek by reading the rest of the series. If you like a nice, sweet romance then pick this book up along with the rest of the Book Creek Series. The publisher generously provided me with a copy of this book via Netgalley.