Promise Me Tomorrow - Book 3 in The Witness Series
#3, The Witness Series
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
There’s only so much pain and loss one person can handle before they shut off emotionally.
Detective Jase Stevenson experienced more pain than any one person should have to bear at a young age. After walking in on his parent’s brutal murder, he vowed to get revenge on the culprit. What he didn’t plan on was her.
Tiffany Warner had her own set of problems growing up. All she wanted out of life was to be loved and to love someone in return. She never expected to fall for him, a man who seemed incapable of giving her the one thing she wanted… a tomorrow.
How long can one person wait before walking away? Are some people just broken beyond repair? Can Tiff convince Jase to let her in?
Promise Me Tomorrow is book 3 in The Witness Series.
This book is intended for adult readers. It contains profanity, brief drug use, and graphic sexual encounters.
Tomorrow falls flat
Promise Me Tomorrow had a lot of promise that it couldn't live up to. The main characters lacked chemistry, and all the characters in general fell flat from being underdeveloped. The changes that the protagonists underwent, especially the male lead, Jase, didn't seem realistic or authentic; the connection between the plot and the protagonists development was weak, so the changes Jase and Tiffany experienced felt forced. Plus, there were plot holes and timeline issues that nagged me, and the book's pacing was slow, almost painfully so from the middle to the end. Overall, it was ok, neither here nor there, but not particularly inspiring. I don't see myself committing to the rest of the series.