by Jeral Davis


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Never trust appearances.

Juliana DeLauer, clothed by trendy designers, awakes beside the blood-drenched, silent body of her best friend, Tomorrow. Benjamin Powers, box-office sensation, seeks the privacy only the common man can afford.

When the destinies of these two powerful people collide, both are left contemplating the purpose of their lives. And both are left with remorseâ€"hopeless as they replay events, wondering if they could have made bigger differences.

Someone is always watching, threatening their future. And both of them know it. Their lives depend on what happens Tomorrow.

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ISBN-13: 9781606046548
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.
Publication date: 12/02/2008
Pages: 392
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.70(h) x 0.80(d)

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Tomorrow 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
BethBinParker More than 1 year ago
"Tomorrow" begins in an unusual setting and grabs your attention during the very first chapter. The events through the entire book keep you wanting to read more to see the progression of the main character, Juliana. It has a lot of action that unfolds as the story is told. Each chapter leaves you wanting to find out what happens next. It is difficult to put "Tomorrow" down! There are a few times that I got a little confused because of the complexity of the story but became clear later in the book. It is a powerful love story between Juliana and Ben and between the Lord and Juliana and all the other people in "Tomorrow". Juliana is a strong, Godly woman whose journey to follow the Lord is a great example especially for young adults and all ages. She is convicted to always put the Lord first in her life. You are drawn into all the characters as their lives unfold and intertwine with each other. The book evokes many emotions including spiritually, happiness, sadness, disappointment and hope. Denver, Colorado is the setting of "Tomorrow" and because I live in Denver, it was exciting to feel a part of the book. Mrs. Davis, the author, sends a strong Christian message that needs to be shared with everyone while leaving us on the edge of our seats as "Tomorrow" ends. I have already shared my copy and can't wait for her next book!
SheriMinDenver More than 1 year ago
Tomorrow is a powerful story that grabs your attention from the very first page! The gentle message of God's love flows throughout this book, and the character's struggles and triumphs will touch your heart. This beautifully written book will stay in your thoughts long after you finish it.
BookFun_LH More than 1 year ago
Grab a cup of coffee and get comfortable in your favorite chair because once you begin reading Jeral Davis's debut novel, "Tomorrow", you will not be able to put it down. "Tomorrow" will touch every part of your heart and emotion as you delve into the lives of Ben and Juliana. Their journey is one of complex twists and turns and Jeral masterfully weaves this story of tragedy, love, intrigue and redemption. I am an avid reader of all types of fiction and was dumbfounded that this was the author's first novel. As you approach the last pages you will yearn for more and hope there is a sequel to "Tomorrow".
Wordsmyth_LosAngeles More than 1 year ago
Admittedly, I don¿t do much reading. Newspapers, yes¿magazines, weekly¿but I¿m doing well If I read even one novel per year. So when I do pick up a book, it¿s usually because someone I know has raved about this ¿incredible story¿ that they are certain I ¿simply won¿t be able to put down¿. Such was the case with TOMORROW. More often than not though, these eager bookworms over-estimate my attention span, and I do¿put it down that is, long before finishing it. TOMORROW was a pleasant exception to this rule. Not only did I finish it in days, but I was mad that it ended when it did. (If you like your endings with everything resolved and tied up nicely with a bow, this may not be the book for you). It left me with that feeling you get watching the season ending cliffhanger of your favorite TV show knowing that you¿ve got to wait all summer before you can see what happens. That said, there¿s got to be a follow up book in the works. There¿s no way they¿d publish it like this otherwise.

Still, the ending is just one of many little surprises along the journey. You start off thinking the story is going to be one thing, then just when you¿re ready to say I¿ve got this figured out, a new layer unfolds. The serendipitous meeting of preacher¿s daughter Juliana and mega-movie star Ben leads the way, but the reader soon learns that both characters have mysterious and dangerous secrets that could derail their budding romance before it¿s even had a chance to take root. Add in a provoking, yet altogether organic discourse about faith and you¿ve got an in incredible story that you simply won¿t be able to put down. Wait a minute, where have I heard that before?

TOMORROW is about Hollywood, stardom, tabloids and gossip, yet it¿s also about destiny, compassion, forgiveness and redemption. This unique mix of divergent themes pushes TOMORROW beyond the veneer of most romance novels and plants it firmly in a field as deep and rich as the African soil on which this intoxicating journey begins.
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JonBJB More than 1 year ago
In her debut novel, Tomorrow, Jeral Davis does much to captivate her readers. The plot, characterization and message are strong and deeply rooted in Christian principles. Davis uses words in an intrigiung manner that makes you pause and ponder. The story, however, is not predictable. Just when I figured I had the story line cemented, Davis blindsided me. The plot shifts from contemporary romance to thrilling suspense. The romance is still intertwined in the story, but has a tendency to take second stage.

I enjoyed how Davis carried me through the main characters, Ben Powers and Juliana DeLauer's, personal growth. Juliana is deeply, spiritually convicted, yet emotionally torn by her attraction to non-believer, Ben Powers. Powers also struggles with not only his feelings for Juliana, but his belief that God is malevolent and vengeful.
Overall, I enjoyed Tomorrow. Ben and Juliana aren't cardboard people. You are welcomed into their hopes, dreams, fears and ambitions. If I had one discrepancy to pick with Davis, it is that Tomorrow's ending is hugely ambitious. It is very gutsy and risky - especially for a first time author. So as not to ruin it, I'll suffice it to say that you will be anxiously anticipating the sequel.