If There’s No Tomorrow- Jennifer L. Armentrout

"What does waiting do? None of us are promised a tomorrow. We learned that, didn't we? We don't always get a later."

Word of advice: Never read this while out in public. I was a complete blubbering, sniffling mess of a person. My heart still aches.

One choice can change your life forever. We never really think about the consequences of life or anything in general while we were teenagers. We thought we ruled the world and could outsmart fate at every corner. And we eventually find out how wrong we were.

Lena has been best friends with Sebastian for a very long time. They have been each other's rock every day. Nothing or no one can come between them… But Lena has been living with something that could ruin their friendship. She has a crush on Sebastian and it's eating her alive. She sees him working out, hanging around other girls and once even dated the most popular girl and jealousy hit an all time high.

Then one night changes her life forever. She makes one mistake and it almost costs her everything. Everything she thought she wanted goes out the window, she can't sleep, eat or function anymore. But her friends are here to help her along the way.

She suddenly feels that her life is over and she deserves nothing but misery. As more memories come back to haunt her, she lets them overtake her mind.
Can Lena find the courage to grow from her mistakes? And maybe get to be with the one guy she loves?

This was a phenomenal book. I cried so ugly at work while reading this. There was no one to talk to about this and I needed to vent and cry some more. Parts of this book were intense and breaks your heart. This book took my breath away and I was honestly speechless. My words can't convey how heavy this was. You'll just have to fall in love and cry right along with the rest of us on release day!


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