There’s always a new beginning whispering your name. You just have to have the courage to hear it.
In the space of a few short hours, Chloe’s world does a complete three-sixty. She loses her job thanks to her douchebag ex-boyfriend. Only to come home and catch her current boyfriend and best friend in a compromising position.
When she thinks things couldn’t get any worse; she learns the man she calls her father may not be her actual dad thanks to her lying, cheating mother. How is Chloe supposed to forgive a parent who’s deceived her, her entire life?
With her bags packed, and the hope of rediscovering the happiness she once enjoyed, she heads to a place where not even she knows is waiting for her—Canyon Bay.
Can the people Chloe meets there open her eyes and heart to the someday she’s been waiting for?
Someday is a beautiful story of starting a new life while finding light in the darkness.
This novel was about a woman who experienced three bad lucks in just one whole day. Losing a job, getting cheated by her boyfriend and best friend, and finding out that her father might not be her real father was the reason why she set foot on a place called Canyon Bay. It was where she would start anew, and she would meet people there that will try to break the wall she builds on her heart.
I like how simple the story was. Even if the scenes were mostly found on the other stories, this didn’t make it boring. Instead, it was the characters and the lessons I’ve learned that made this book lovely to read. I like how it taught me that forgiving those who failed and hurt us could set us free from pain and how it will open the door to happiness we’ve been looking for. Bad memories don’t mean that we should stop there and let the sadness eat us. Instead, it’s just a signal that we should start looking for much better and deserving things or people in our life.
The main character, named Chloe was a brave woman. She was close to breaking apart, but I’m glad it never happened. She decided to find a new life which most people might not do and will just continue to live miserably or worst to commit suicide. She was lucky to be able to find nice people who are willing to help her on the Canyon Bay. She slowly opens herself to them, and that’s a great choice because it also let her move on from the past and forgive those who had hurt her.
The other character was named Seth. He was sweet, caring, and of course, handsome. He was the typical guy most women would love to meet and to have as their partner in life. He was not the perfect guy as he also has a dark past, but with Chloe, he was able to move on from it, and I just love their romantic pull on this book.
My favorite character in this book was Nan. She was the best grandmother you would love to have. She reminds me of my Nanay, my mom’s mother. Like my grandmother, Nan was thoughtful and affectionate. She did things just to make sure Seth wouldn’t feel alone during those dark times of his.
I don’t think I have anything to dislike in this book. I like the book cover, the story, the characters, and even how it was written. It might not be the best, but it is simply an amazing novel for me.
I am recommending this book to everyone, especially to those who still haven’t forgiven the people who’ve hurt them before.
Disclaimer: I received an advance reader copy of this book from the author.
Publication Date: February 8, 2017
Genres: New Adult, Romance, Contemporary
Series: Canyon Bay Series, 01
Liz is from bright sunny Queensland, Australia. She has always been a reader. When she was little she would be up late reading Garfield and Asterix comic books and also Footrot Flats. When she hit high school she read Tomorrow When the War Began by John Marsden and from there, her love of books continued to grow. She always has a book to read beside her bed along with a notebook for when inspiration hits at those crazy hours.
She is a stationary addict and a one-click addict. She loves everything books, authors and of course loves chocolate and lollies to keep her going.