Title: If There’s No Tomorrow

Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout

Publisher: HarperCollins

Rating: 3.8/5

If There’s No Tomorrow by Jennifer L Armentrout is a beautiful story of love and war within oneself. The story is simple but complicated. It’s a high school story of a teenage girl, Lena. Lena lived with her mom and sister, Lori. Just like every teenager, this girl had a crush on a boy, Sebastian, who was her neighbour. They were childhood best friends but she never confessed her feelings to him. Lena had three girlfriends Dary, Megan & Abbi. Just like every other true friend these three supported Lena for everything. But one day all of there life took a great turn, especially Lena’s

As the title says – If there’s no tomorrow, the story nurtures the value of today. How we always transfer all of our burden to tomorrow. How we just leave everything to tomorrow. But what if tomorrow never comes and this is the only day that you have. What would you do?

The author has written the story beautifully with deep phrases. The incident was heart-breaking and of course, many people suffer within themselves. This book also teaches the importance of sharing one’s feelings. It is important for each one of us to open up to someone.

At a certain point, the story may seem boring as some of the incidents are being repeated by the girl. It could have had been more engaging.

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About the Author

Jennifer L. Armentrout
Jennifer L. Armentrout

Jennifer Lynn Armentrout is an American writer of contemporary romance, paranormal, and science fiction. Some of her works have been on the New York Times bestseller list. Her young adult novel Obsidian has been optioned by Sierra Pictures.

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