No such thing as love...
Eddy and Henrik don’t believe in love. At least, that’s what they keep telling themselves. They’ve been burned in the past, and neither wants to be that vulnerable again.
A summer fling...
That’s all it was ever supposed to be. So why can’t they stop thinking about one another?
And for Eddy—who’s moving back to America in a few weeks—the worst thing that could happen would be to fall in love with the one man who could make her question her decision.
Out of his comfort zone…
Henrik never counted on trusting love again. He’s put all his energy into his career. So why does the thought of Eddy leaving Europe for good make him want to do everything in his power to make her want to stay…?
About the Author
Kim Golden was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1995, she left the US and moved to Sweden for love with a capital L. When she isn't writing fiction, she writes copy about perfume and lipstick for a Swedish cosmetics firm.
She writes stories for people who know that love comes in every color.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Marta Tandori for Readers' Favorite Gorgeous Eddy is reeling from a recent split with the no-good Andreas, who made a career out of being unfaithful during their entire relationship. She has kicked him to the curb and sold their apartment in Stockholm and has made the decision to move back to New York. Bookish lawyer, Henrik, split with his two-timing fiancée a year ago and hates coming home to an empty apartment, despite the fact that he now knows he hadn’t really been in love with her in the first place. He has rented the beach house on Niva Bay for the entire summer, the same rental he had the year before, and looks forward to celebrating Sankthansaften with his cousin and best buddy, Mads, his fiancée, Laney, and their baby daughter at the beach house. Shortly before they’re about to leave, Mads calls Henrik and asks if it’s okay that Laney has invited her cousin, Eddy, to come with them. Henrik remembers meeting Eddy briefly during the crisis that ensued during the birth of Mads’s baby and remembers thinking how beautiful – and how out of his league – she had been. He agrees to Eddy joining them, but when she arrives at the beach house, Henrik is once again bowled over by her looks and her easy-going demeanor. After countless shots of schnapps, and some innocent flirting between the two of them, the situation becomes charged with electricity when a half-drunk Eddy runs over to the edge of the beach, strips off her clothes and invites Henrik to join her. Abandoning all vestiges of common sense, he quickly takes off his clothes and jumps in after her. Needless to say, one thing leads to another, which inevitably leads to some incredible, explosive sex. However, the sex was the easy part. What follows afterwards is a lot more complicated… Maybe Tomorrow is another sizzling romance in the Maybe series by Kim Golden. It has plenty of conflict and substance to keep even the most jaded of romance lovers rooting for the requisite Happily Ever After. Honest yet complicated is the best way to describe the romance between Eddy and Henrik. Golden’s protagonists are today’s modern couple. Both are somewhat jaded about the concept of love, thanks to bad experiences that have left them more than a little burned. Add to that the fact that Eddy is set to be going back to New York and you’ve got the makings of a modern-day relationship between two people who are clearly attracted to each other, like each other, and yet have to figure out how to make what seems to be an impossible relationship work. Golden does a great job building the sexual tension which, in turn, keeps the reader glued to the story as she puts both of her protagonists through their paces. Her prose is fluid, her dialogue natural, and she has a wonderful ability to perfectly capture the nuances that give a relationship life and substance. Long distance relationships require a lot of work as well as compromise by one of the parties involved. And let’s be real here. One doesn’t necessarily agree with all of Eddy's or Henrik’s choices throughout the book. Far from it. However, it’s this push and pull, this give and take, as well as the hurt or be hurt mentality that give the story its meat. Maybe Tomorrow teaches its readers that sex is easy – the relationship, the trust and the love require incredible amounts of work and commitment if there’s to be a Happily Ever After. If you’re looking for a realistic romance with substance, look no further.
Five Shiny stars. This was a remarkable story about two people who have had their fair share of being in relationships that left them feeling betrayed and disillusioned about ever being committed to anyone. Henrik the handsome quiet guy was totally attracted to Edwina who was confident and outgoing. They were nervous and apprehensive about getting too caught up in their desire for each other but couldn't ignore the sparks and after a hot summer affair, decided to keep things neutral and stay friend. The couple still had a lot to figure out when the attraction was still so strong, all they could do was think about each other. What made it harder was that they lived on different sides of the world. You could see the thought and focus that went into writing and making this a beautifully structured story. Which made for a smooth steady reading. The couple had an unmistakable connection and the chemistry was so intense it oozes of the pages. It was sexy, steamy and filled with angst. Overall a wonderful read that I would recommend. Great job Kim.