Remember Tomorrow [NOOK Book]

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Two women find that creating a successful relationship rests in remembering the mistakes of the past. Cees Bannigan has all the materials she needs to build a happy life—a successful home-improvement television show, a new house, and the attention of an intelligent and beautiful woman. So what is she doing at the hospital bedside of Arieanna Simons, the lover who abandoned her several months before? When she discovers what is behind Arieanna's precipitous withdrawal, Cees must decide if past betrayals can ever be...
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Remember Tomorrow

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Overview

Two women find that creating a successful relationship rests in remembering the mistakes of the past. Cees Bannigan has all the materials she needs to build a happy life—a successful home-improvement television show, a new house, and the attention of an intelligent and beautiful woman. So what is she doing at the hospital bedside of Arieanna Simons, the lover who abandoned her several months before? When she discovers what is behind Arieanna's precipitous withdrawal, Cees must decide if past betrayals can ever be forgiven, even for the promise that tomorrow might hold.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781602823778
  • Publisher: Bold Strokes Books, Inc
  • Publication date: 8/10/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 606,947
  • File size: 252 KB

Meet the Author

Gabrielle Goldsby is the author of six novels including Forward Magazine finalist, Remember Tomorrow, the Lambda Literary Award winning Wall of Silence, and The Caretaker’s Daughter, recipient of the Alice B. Lavender Certificate. A Northern California transplant, Gabrielle currently resides in Portland, Oregon. When not writing, she enjoys reading, camping, hiking, and lifting the heaviest things she can get her hands on.
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  • Posted July 15, 2012

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    Enjoyable Romance Gabrielle Goldsby does a good job in this boo

    Enjoyable Romance

    Gabrielle Goldsby does a good job in this book. Her characters seem realistic and the story moves at a good pace. What’s nice is that she deals with a difficult subject in a different way. There is no villain, although it certainly looks at first as if Arie is one. What Goldsby presents is a picture of two women who love each other so much that they nearly destroy each other. Arie flees from the relationship because she wants to spare Cees the pain of witnessing what Arie thinks is going to happen to her health. The problem is that Arie’s not happy and neither is Cees. They both lead shallow lives. The nice twist to the story is that, even though they reunite, the potential problem hasn’t disappeared, so they still face the same situation.

    Another tweak to the plot is that Arie doesn’t remember what she did originally. She thinks she and Cees are still a couple. Two of the best characters in the book are Cees’ friends Lilly and Momma who are furious with Arie for what she did to Cees, but it’s difficult to articulate that to a woman who is sick and doesn’t remember what she did. Their anger is equally directed at Cees for setting herself up to be hurt again. These are flesh and blood characters that react exactly as you would expect them to.

    Anyone looking for a good book to read, with strong characters and an interesting romance, should find what she’s looking for in Remember Tomorrow.

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