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Falling in love just got complicated. When Sienna McBride placed her baby for adoption at eighteen, she never dreamed that two years later she’d find herself falling for someone who resents his birth mother for not keeping him. A relationship that screams “baggage” is the last thing she has time for, especially with her last-chance Juilliard audition approaching. She c Falling in love just got complicated. When Sienna McBride placed her baby for adoption at eighteen, she never dreamed that two years later she’d find herself falling for someone who resents his birth mother for not keeping him. A relationship that screams “baggage” is the last thing she has time for, especially with her last-chance Juilliard audition approaching. She can’t afford any distractions if she’s going to get back into the school she turned down because of her pregnancy. But that’s exactly what Aaron is turning out to be—a devastatingly handsome, butterfly-inducing distraction. One that’s making her reconsider the importance of attending Juilliard. The future of their relationship rests on whether Sienna can live a lie or trust Aaron with the truth. If only she felt confident in either decision. Get swept up in this sweetly romantic story today! Enjoy the rest of Sienna's story in the stand-alone companion novel, Chasing Someday, available now!


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Falling in love just got complicated. When Sienna McBride placed her baby for adoption at eighteen, she never dreamed that two years later she’d find herself falling for someone who resents his birth mother for not keeping him. A relationship that screams “baggage” is the last thing she has time for, especially with her last-chance Juilliard audition approaching. She c Falling in love just got complicated. When Sienna McBride placed her baby for adoption at eighteen, she never dreamed that two years later she’d find herself falling for someone who resents his birth mother for not keeping him. A relationship that screams “baggage” is the last thing she has time for, especially with her last-chance Juilliard audition approaching. She can’t afford any distractions if she’s going to get back into the school she turned down because of her pregnancy. But that’s exactly what Aaron is turning out to be—a devastatingly handsome, butterfly-inducing distraction. One that’s making her reconsider the importance of attending Juilliard. The future of their relationship rests on whether Sienna can live a lie or trust Aaron with the truth. If only she felt confident in either decision. Get swept up in this sweetly romantic story today! Enjoy the rest of Sienna's story in the stand-alone companion novel, Chasing Someday, available now!

30 review for Tomorrow's Lullaby

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mara

    This book shows both sides of adoption--a view from the biological mom and a view from someone who's adopted. Sienna selflessly placed her baby up for adoption when she had him at age 18, and has a completely open adoption with his parents. Aaron is adopted but has always felt like he never fit it with his adoptive family. His adoption was "closed" so he doesn't know anything about his biological parents and feels that women who "give their children away" do it because they're selfish. Will thei This book shows both sides of adoption--a view from the biological mom and a view from someone who's adopted. Sienna selflessly placed her baby up for adoption when she had him at age 18, and has a completely open adoption with his parents. Aaron is adopted but has always felt like he never fit it with his adoptive family. His adoption was "closed" so he doesn't know anything about his biological parents and feels that women who "give their children away" do it because they're selfish. Will their budding romance be able to withstand such a major difference? I really liked this story and the characters Sienna and Aaron. We got a lot of background on the two major characters in the story so the reader can understand why they feel the way they do and why they do certain things. I liked how Sienna set up her rules for dating so she wouldn't repeat mistakes she had made in the past, and how Aaron was willing to go along with them. I understood why Sienna didn't tell Aaron about the baby she had placed for adoption. His experience being adopted was really different than how her baby's adoption was handled and he was struggling to let it go. She was waiting for a perfect time to tell him and there was never going to be a perfect time. I liked how she was working towards acceptance to Julliard and that she could put her feelings into composing some of her own music. I was glad it had a happy ending because at one point I was afraid it wouldn't. This book goes with CHASING SOMEDAY, but can be read as a standalone. This is a clean romance with just kissing.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Aimee (Getting Your Read On)

    The whole time I was reading this book I kept feeling like I had read this story before or something really close to it. It felt really familiar. This was a sweet romance that revolved around adoption. I liked that we got two different perspectives in that regard. The story felt emotional and real without becoming overwhelming and losing it's sweet new romance feels. I read through this one quickly and enjoyed it! Content: kissing, mention of pre-marital sex (no details) that led to pregnancy and a The whole time I was reading this book I kept feeling like I had read this story before or something really close to it. It felt really familiar. This was a sweet romance that revolved around adoption. I liked that we got two different perspectives in that regard. The story felt emotional and real without becoming overwhelming and losing it's sweet new romance feels. I read through this one quickly and enjoyed it! Content: kissing, mention of pre-marital sex (no details) that led to pregnancy and adoption. I picked this one up on Kindle Unlimited.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Coco.V

    💝 FREE on Amazon today (4/19/2018)!💝 Blurb: Falling in love just got complicated. "This deeply perceptual tale touches the heart..." -InD'Tale Magazine When Sienna McBride placed her baby for adoption at eighteen, she never dreamed that two years later she’d find herself falling for someone who resents his birth mother for not keeping him. A relationship that screams “baggage” is the last thing she has time for, especially with her last-chance Juilliard audition approaching. She can’t afford any d 💝 FREE on Amazon today (4/19/2018)!💝 Blurb: Falling in love just got complicated. "This deeply perceptual tale touches the heart..." -InD'Tale Magazine When Sienna McBride placed her baby for adoption at eighteen, she never dreamed that two years later she’d find herself falling for someone who resents his birth mother for not keeping him. A relationship that screams “baggage” is the last thing she has time for, especially with her last-chance Juilliard audition approaching. She can’t afford any distractions if she’s going to get back into the school she turned down because of her pregnancy. But that’s exactly what Aaron is turning out to be—a devastatingly handsome, butterfly-inducing distraction. One that’s making her reconsider the importance of attending Juilliard. The future of their relationship rests on whether Sienna can live a lie or trust Aaron with the truth. If only she felt confident in either decision. Get swept up in this sweetly romantic story today! Enjoy the rest of Sienna's story in the stand-alone companion novel, Chasing Someday, available now!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Julie Carpenter

    This is definitely a book with lots of emotions and feels in it. From love to anger, sorrow to longing and everything in between. Different perspectives about adoption are talked about by the characters in this story and how it affected their lives. I think most everyone has some sort of connection to adoption in their lives. Whether you have an extended family member who was adopted, an immediate family member who was adopted, or either of those family members(or friends) who placed a baby for This is definitely a book with lots of emotions and feels in it. From love to anger, sorrow to longing and everything in between. Different perspectives about adoption are talked about by the characters in this story and how it affected their lives. I think most everyone has some sort of connection to adoption in their lives. Whether you have an extended family member who was adopted, an immediate family member who was adopted, or either of those family members(or friends) who placed a baby for adoption, or if you yourself are the parent of a child who was placed for adoption, this was a book that looked at how adoption touches each person differently. Sienna finds herself, several years after placing her son in a loving home, in the middle of college and trying to figure out life. Her choices in her past have changed and moulded her into the person she is. She has set very specific rules for herself to try and avoid the same heartaches and sorrows from her past. When she meets a stranger in one of her college classes, her whole world is going to take some new twists and spins. She will be faced with more heart aching moments and decisions to make as well as things from her past that will add more pressure to her world. Aaron happens to be very lucky when he has a blonde beauty sit next to him in class at the start of a new semester. She's beautiful, fun, kind, humorous and has caught his attention completely. As he starts to get to know her and share his past with her, will she be able to understand his emotions and feelings of his past? Aaron was adopted and loves his family but has never quite felt like he fit in, although they love him lots and are trying their best to do what they think will make him happy. He has a lot of anger in his life towards his birth mother. When Aaron's frustrations, anger and hurt start to collide with Sienna's own feelings and experience as a birth mother, will their relationship be able to move forward or will they not see eye to eye. Both have had completely different experiences with adoption and adoptive families. Can Sienna open up and share her story with Aaron? If she does will she ruin any chance she has with him? What about Jared, the guy she's been dating some? If she shares her past with him would he be willing to forgive her and accept her as she is? Sienna cares for both men and knows they both care for her and respect her. Who will she hurt and will she choose the right man for her? I have several cousins who were adopted and even with adoption they were just like every other member of the family. They were our family and we loved them as if they were biological members of our family. Most of my cousins didn't have any problems with their adoptions but I did have one cousin who struggled with her birth mother just like Aaron did. She had a lot of anger and didn't understand why her mom could give her up. For a long time she didn't want to meet her or even think about that possibility. But when we were teenagers she had the opportunity to travel to the city where she was born and her mother lived. Her and her parents hoped to find information and meet with her birth mother. Long story made short, when they arrived and went through the process they discovered her birth mother had passed away. It was not an easy thing to watch her go through. Sometimes Aaron's anger was frustrating to read because on the other hand you have Sienna and her thoughts and experience, which was positive and good, but watching what my cousin went through I can understand his feelings. I really liked the way the author connected all the different thoughts and emotions together and in the end the characters found ways to have resolution and peace. This is a Christian fiction novel and has moments where the characters attend church and where Sienna draws on peace from the Lord to help her heal and give her strength in harder moments. None of the moments were preachy, more just a few thoughts that the characters would have. I thought it was really well done and enjoyed it. One last thing that I loved about this book was the music. Sienna is trying to audition to Julliard with piano performance. This brought back so many memories. Definitely added a lot of stress to everything else that she was dealing with. Back in high school as I was preparing for college, I also went through the intense hours of practicing and getting ready for auditions. I would sit at my piano for hours upon hours going over the music again and again and again. Yeah, I was remembering all those emotions and going to my auditions. Sometimes I still have heart palpitations. Lol. Content: Clean. There is talk about Sienna being pregnant out of wedlock as a teenager but nothing more than that. A few sweet kisses. I received a book from the author. All thoughts and opinions in the review are my own. Happy Reading!!!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Swinton

    Ms. Armstrong's follow up to Chasing Someday is beautiful. Lots of adoption issues abound for Sienna and Aaron. There's good representation of how it is to be a birth mom and an adopted child, giving both sides of the coin so to speak. Emotions and chemistry ride high. Have fun on the tidal wave of both. Poor Jared. I hope he finds a happily-ever-after in one of Ms. Armstrong's books someday. He was a good guy who deserves one. You can read this as a stand alone but I highly recommend you read C Ms. Armstrong's follow up to Chasing Someday is beautiful. Lots of adoption issues abound for Sienna and Aaron. There's good representation of how it is to be a birth mom and an adopted child, giving both sides of the coin so to speak. Emotions and chemistry ride high. Have fun on the tidal wave of both. Poor Jared. I hope he finds a happily-ever-after in one of Ms. Armstrong's books someday. He was a good guy who deserves one. You can read this as a stand alone but I highly recommend you read Chasing Someday to better understand Sienna. As strong as any of her other works, you can enjoy this one just as much.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    A very sweet story with a lot of good themes. The overarching theme of adoption and what it meant to each character really tied the story together. I loved the romance and the message aspect to this novel. A great story for those fans of romances with deeper meanings!

  7. 4 out of 5

    iamnotabookworm

    This is the sequel to Chasing Someday. I am a member of the author's ARC team so I get a copy of her new books to review. Thank you again, Lindzee Armstrong. As I have mentioned, this is the next book after Chasing Someday. This is two years after Sienna delivered her baby and had it adopted. She met a cute guy in college named Aaron and he hated his birth mother for giving him up for adoption. The last thing Sienna needs is a guy with baggage. She can't afford any distraction now that she is ge This is the sequel to Chasing Someday. I am a member of the author's ARC team so I get a copy of her new books to review. Thank you again, Lindzee Armstrong. As I have mentioned, this is the next book after Chasing Someday. This is two years after Sienna delivered her baby and had it adopted. She met a cute guy in college named Aaron and he hated his birth mother for giving him up for adoption. The last thing Sienna needs is a guy with baggage. She can't afford any distraction now that she is getting another shot at Juilliard--her ultimate dream. She can't afford to lose it the second time. How would she deal with Aaron and Juilliard? Who would she choose--Arron or Juilliard? I think this story is not as heavy and emotional as the first one but it has its own moments. Sienna has finally come to terms with her experiences at such a young age. She has accepted that she has to postpone her greatest dream as consequences of her actions. But she now feels better knowing that her baby is in very good hands and she's even allowed to visit and be part of the baby's life. What more could she ask for? Now, she has to focus on her self and her studies and practice more to get to Juilliard. This time there's no way anything or anyone is stopping her. That's what she thought. Sienna did not expect to fall in love and more so with someone who has an issue with being adopted. Just her luck! Of all the people she will meet and fall in love with, it has to be with someone who would hate her if he found out that she did the same thing. This is some kind of a sick joke, right? It seems that Sienna is not only going to deal with Aaron and her baggage but also with the coming back into the picture of her ex--Dane. Yes, her baby-daddy. When it rains, it really pours! Seems like Sienna just got her hands really full and the last thing she needs is again, people who would only distract her and again might lead her to lose Juilliard again. Not this time. I commend Sienna for being a responsible adult this time around and knowing her priorities. She is sticking to her priorities, even though it's not easy and she might have her heart broken again. She deserves to get in to Juilliard and she had made enough sacrifices to just let other distractions ruin her again. I give this book 4/5 pianos. Sienna deserves a happy ending. Though the story did not exactly tell if she did get in to Juilliard, but I would want to think that she did. She had the guy and her dream. She had worked hard for it and she also had laid bare her heart out to the man she loved, asking only to be understood for the decisions she had made. She was right in saying that what happened to her and her son is not the same as Aaron's. In the end, love overruled everything and she got her very happy-ever-after. After all, Sienna did what she thought what was best for her and the baby. I don't think it should be taken against her. I am also glad that Aaron finally has seen the reason why Sienna and his mom gave up their kids for adoption. Understanding has finally dawned on Aaron and he realized what odds his mom were facing when she had him at such a very young age. Sienna and Aaron were smart enough to realize that their pasts should not get in the way of their future together. They both deserved to be happy. Pasts had a tendency to follow a person, no matter how much that person changed. - Lindzee Armstrong, Tomorrow's Lullaby -

  8. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

    Two sisters who are professional ballet dancers are also rivals. the story revolves around their problems as they try to get the leading roles. Romance and disappointments are a big part of their story. I believe anyone who is a ballerina or loves ballet, will enjoy all the insights into this profession. One drawback-it was just a bit too long.

  9. 4 out of 5

    InD'tale Magazine

    This emotion-rich, Christian romance is about adoption, faith, courage, and forgiveness. Read full review in the 2017 September issue of InD'tale Magazine. This emotion-rich, Christian romance is about adoption, faith, courage, and forgiveness. Read full review in the 2017 September issue of InD'tale Magazine.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lillie

    This was a sweet romance between a woman who had given up a baby for adoption and a man who resented that his mother gave him up for adoption. In the resolution of the conflict, the reader gets two different perspectives on adoption.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Watkins

    This is a deeply emotive story that touches the heart, dealing with the difficult subject of adoption. Sienna's reluctance to reveal her past is fully understandable as no one wants to subject themselves to judgemental attitudes. However, putting off telling Aaron about her son causes complications in Sienna’s life as well as in their relationship. Aaron, on the other hand has been at the receiving end of well-meaning but ignorant family members who feel that they have to pander to his heritage, This is a deeply emotive story that touches the heart, dealing with the difficult subject of adoption. Sienna's reluctance to reveal her past is fully understandable as no one wants to subject themselves to judgemental attitudes. However, putting off telling Aaron about her son causes complications in Sienna’s life as well as in their relationship. Aaron, on the other hand has been at the receiving end of well-meaning but ignorant family members who feel that they have to pander to his heritage, not realising the effect they are having on him. Mixed into the situation is the religious factor and following the principles that both Sienna and Aaron believe in. However, that does not make the truth any easier to deal with and both Sienna and Aaron have to decide for themselves whether their relationship is one that will survive the truth, or if it will break them. This is a story that needs to be told because there are so many mothers out there who have had to make the difficult choice for their unborn child, and so many children who feel they had no say in the situation. One thing I have seen over the years is that adopted children know at a very deep subliminal level that they don't belong, and it takes a huge amount of courage to face their deeply seated sense of rejection. I found this story heart-breaking, but was pleased with the triumphant ending. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.

  12. 4 out of 5

    DarkRaven Reviews

    Wow! This is definitely a five star read for me. What a wild ride. It had me gripped from the very first page and I did not want to put it down This book can be enjoyed time and time again. It is amazingly intense and the author prepares you for the journey for you to take alongside the characters really well. The characters and story development were perfectly done. This book was extremley well written and has fast become of my favourite books. I will definitely want to one click future releases Wow! This is definitely a five star read for me. What a wild ride. It had me gripped from the very first page and I did not want to put it down This book can be enjoyed time and time again. It is amazingly intense and the author prepares you for the journey for you to take alongside the characters really well. The characters and story development were perfectly done. This book was extremley well written and has fast become of my favourite books. I will definitely want to one click future releases from this author. This book was full of different emotions with many twists and turns in the book that will keep you guessing what is going to happen till the very end.I have the feeling that I am going to be seeing some special works coming from this author. I could not wait to get to the end so I devoured it in one sitting. Incredible work!! The storyline was done really well and was believable. It kept me gripped from the very start until the end, so much so I took the book everywhere with me in order to finish it. I adore this book and cannot wait to read the next in the series as well as other work from this amazing author. I will definitely be recommending this author to everyone I know. Definitely one awesome book to pick up

  13. 5 out of 5

    Texas

    Chasing Someday - Excellent story! This is a different type of story from this author. This well written book runs the gamut on emotions and keeps the reader glued to the pages. I've never read a book by Ms. Armstrong that was disappointing. Although a different topic from her other books, this is an excellent read, just expect a few tears. I contacted the author to review her books, after reading some of her books. Tomorrow's Lullaby - Heartwarming. Another great story. I read Chasing Someday be Chasing Someday - Excellent story! This is a different type of story from this author. This well written book runs the gamut on emotions and keeps the reader glued to the pages. I've never read a book by Ms. Armstrong that was disappointing. Although a different topic from her other books, this is an excellent read, just expect a few tears. I contacted the author to review her books, after reading some of her books. Tomorrow's Lullaby - Heartwarming. Another great story. I read Chasing Someday before continuing with this book. Both of these stories aren't like the other books by this author. They're amazing! A well written book, again, filled with emotions of all types, that keep the reader glued to the pages. I enjoyed reading these two books, even though I'm not too crazy about the subject matter nowadays, but my interest never wavered while reading these two gems. You don't need to read Chasing Someday, but it's worth the time. I contacted the author to review her books, after reading some of her books.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sandi Ramirez

    Beautiful Story of Adoption and Love WoW oh Wow I read This book then Chasing Someday and then Tomorrow's Lullaby again. These two books are so different than any other books I have read from Lindzee Armstrong. I love her other books but these 2 books they steal my breath away. This book can be read alone, you do not have to have read Chasing Someday to understand or enjoy this book but I will say that I made the second time I read it so much clearer. Tomorrow's Lullaby is the story after Sienna g Beautiful Story of Adoption and Love WoW oh Wow I read This book then Chasing Someday and then Tomorrow's Lullaby again. These two books are so different than any other books I have read from Lindzee Armstrong. I love her other books but these 2 books they steal my breath away. This book can be read alone, you do not have to have read Chasing Someday to understand or enjoy this book but I will say that I made the second time I read it so much clearer. Tomorrow's Lullaby is the story after Sienna goes off to Academy of Arts and she meets and is dating 2 guys. One is new to the school and they have a spark. Unexpected things happen to create issues back in Utah. You know life is never easy, even as a young adult. I love how Lindzee Armstrong shows the true sides of open adoptions as well as showing us the adoptee side as well. Once again a book I could not put down from the first page to the end... both times I read it.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Terri

    This book along with it's prequel, Chasing Someday, have so much more going on than the average book written by Lindzee Armstrong. The prequel dealt with infertility, a subject that is very personal for Ms. Armstrong. The emotions were very raw and painful. Tomorrow's Lullaby is a continuation of Sienna, a young woman we met in the first book. After placing her child in an adoptive home with an open adoption, she continues on with life, college and her quest to be accepted again to Julliard. A ma This book along with it's prequel, Chasing Someday, have so much more going on than the average book written by Lindzee Armstrong. The prequel dealt with infertility, a subject that is very personal for Ms. Armstrong. The emotions were very raw and painful. Tomorrow's Lullaby is a continuation of Sienna, a young woman we met in the first book. After placing her child in an adoptive home with an open adoption, she continues on with life, college and her quest to be accepted again to Julliard. A man she's very attracted to, Aaron, complicates things for her. He is adopted and has a lot of anger because of it. She hesitates to tell him of her past. When the truth comes out, will she be able to get him to understand and accept her situation, or will it be the end of them? This audio book was very good. The narration by Tiffany Williams was wonderful! It didn't pack quite the emotional wallop that Chasing Someday did, but that would be very hard to match!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Marie Bourgery

    Sienna was the piano prodigy teenager in the last book, who decided to have her baby and give him up for adoption so they could both have better lives. In agreeing to give birth to him, she gave up her spot at Julliard. She aches for her son who knows her as Auntie Sienna and clings to his adoptive mother Kyra, but his family is happy to have her involved in his life. In this book, she meets and falls for Aaron at the Academy of Arts and he is bitter because his mother gave him up for adoption e Sienna was the piano prodigy teenager in the last book, who decided to have her baby and give him up for adoption so they could both have better lives. In agreeing to give birth to him, she gave up her spot at Julliard. She aches for her son who knows her as Auntie Sienna and clings to his adoptive mother Kyra, but his family is happy to have her involved in his life. In this book, she meets and falls for Aaron at the Academy of Arts and he is bitter because his mother gave him up for adoption even though he's with a loving family. She is also given another shot at auditioning for Julliard. She's afraid to tell Aaron the truth, but if she ends up going to Julliard their relationship may be over anyway. This was a clean romance about second chances dealing with adoption and how it affects those involved. I read the book and listened to it. The narrator has a nice even tone with inflections in all the right places.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lee

    Amazing book! It was so emotional and sweet throughout the book, showing Sienna's relationship roller coaster. The two men in her life are really good guys, but which one is the one for her? Which one will accept that she gave up a child when she was a teenager and not old enough to take care of him? Which one will accept who she is now? It's a beautiful story of making the best of the past and her loving her child from a distance as he is raised by a special family. As she figures out her futur Amazing book! It was so emotional and sweet throughout the book, showing Sienna's relationship roller coaster. The two men in her life are really good guys, but which one is the one for her? Which one will accept that she gave up a child when she was a teenager and not old enough to take care of him? Which one will accept who she is now? It's a beautiful story of making the best of the past and her loving her child from a distance as he is raised by a special family. As she figures out her future with playing piano and going to school, it's a very real story of her process of getting to the place of peace, as she accepts what may happen. I enjoyed the book very much and can't wait to see what happens next for Sienna and the love of her life. I highly recommend this book. You won't be able to put it down!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Alisha

    Tomorrow's Lullaby is a good read for anyone interested in a sweet romance with themes centering about young couples and adoption. I know several friends who have adopted or been adopted, and this novel made it interesting to read while hearing a birth mom's arguments and an adopted son's arguments, both in different situations. Watching Sienna struggle through her music and situation as a birth mom and how all of that translated into her romantic relationships made this novel interesting and ab Tomorrow's Lullaby is a good read for anyone interested in a sweet romance with themes centering about young couples and adoption. I know several friends who have adopted or been adopted, and this novel made it interesting to read while hearing a birth mom's arguments and an adopted son's arguments, both in different situations. Watching Sienna struggle through her music and situation as a birth mom and how all of that translated into her romantic relationships made this novel interesting and able to flow well. While it wasn't as much of a page-turner as some of Ms. Armstrong's other novels, it had a steady pace and quality to it that kept it moving and held my interest. Romance: clean Language: clean

  19. 4 out of 5

    Cathy

    I really enjoyed this book. I enjoyed seeing what had happened to Sienna and her baby with Kyra and David's family. I loved the way this book talked about adoption and how everyone in it can move on with their lives and even be involved with each other. Sienna's character is so great! I love the strength she shows in working for her dreams, even though she's already been told no two different times. I loved how conflicted she was between Jared and Aaron, both good choices, but both also having t I really enjoyed this book. I enjoyed seeing what had happened to Sienna and her baby with Kyra and David's family. I loved the way this book talked about adoption and how everyone in it can move on with their lives and even be involved with each other. Sienna's character is so great! I love the strength she shows in working for her dreams, even though she's already been told no two different times. I loved how conflicted she was between Jared and Aaron, both good choices, but both also having their own faults and flaws. I really liked the plot in this one. I liked that there was closure between Sienna and her ex-boyfriend. And that things for everyone ended up just like they should have. This is a book that I didn't want to put down, I enjoyed each and every word!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Connie

    TOMORROW'S LULLABY by Lindzee Armstrong This is book two in the Chasing Tomorrow series. The book deals with a birth-mother and her life after the adoption of her son. There was a lot of angst over when to tell the guy she is dating about her son. She knows the the issue may drive them apart. He is adopted and has always felt left out and treated differently by his family. I felt like his adoption and treatment was a bit “overdone”. All-in-all I loved the book. It was a light and easy read and to TOMORROW'S LULLABY by Lindzee Armstrong This is book two in the Chasing Tomorrow series. The book deals with a birth-mother and her life after the adoption of her son. There was a lot of angst over when to tell the guy she is dating about her son. She knows the the issue may drive them apart. He is adopted and has always felt left out and treated differently by his family. I felt like his adoption and treatment was a bit “overdone”. All-in-all I loved the book. It was a light and easy read and totally clean. The lives of the characters were portrayed well and I appreciated the Christian ethics shown. I listened to it as a gift from the author, but previously owned the kindle edition. I was not asked to review and the review is honest and my own opinion.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Franki

    Sienna has made one of the hardest decisions of her life. She gave her son up for adoption after getting pregnant in high school. In order to have support through the pregnancy and delivery, she gave up her spot to Julliard. In the aftermath of the consequences of her choices and being rejected by the baby’s father, can Sienna learn to trust again? Can she trust a man whose appearance screams bad boy, who seems to have a chip on his shoulder against the idea of adoption; does she want to? An, ent Sienna has made one of the hardest decisions of her life. She gave her son up for adoption after getting pregnant in high school. In order to have support through the pregnancy and delivery, she gave up her spot to Julliard. In the aftermath of the consequences of her choices and being rejected by the baby’s father, can Sienna learn to trust again? Can she trust a man whose appearance screams bad boy, who seems to have a chip on his shoulder against the idea of adoption; does she want to? An, entertaining and timely romance that has a lovely approach to adoption and finding the strength to forgive, a story needed by the world today. I received an advanced copy of this book, and I am leaving a voluntary review.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sophie Koufes

    An eloquently composed novel with a intriguing plot & well drawn out characters. A light & sweet page turning contemporary romance novel that explores adoption in various ways. Even though this is a standalone Chasing Someday is the first book that we meet Sienna & supporting character's in this novel are main characters in Chasing Someday. Unfortunately for me I was not aware of this & did not read Chasing Someday first but would recommend it as you get to know the characters popping into this An eloquently composed novel with a intriguing plot & well drawn out characters. A light & sweet page turning contemporary romance novel that explores adoption in various ways. Even though this is a standalone Chasing Someday is the first book that we meet Sienna & supporting character's in this novel are main characters in Chasing Someday. Unfortunately for me I was not aware of this & did not read Chasing Someday first but would recommend it as you get to know the characters popping into this novel. This authors writing style is poignant & vibrant with passion flowing through with every word. I volunteerly reviewed an advanced reading copy of this book.

  23. 4 out of 5

    BP34

    Does a lie break them apart or does she come clean with her secret. A very emotional story about two lovers, one who gave up her baby for adoption two years ago and her current boyfriend who is resentful that his birth mother gave him up. We see the story through various sets of eyes, the birth mother, the adoptive mother and an adopted child. A wonderful look at adoption and the pros and cons. A well written story that is easy to read and very heartwarming. I received a arc copy and voluntarily Does a lie break them apart or does she come clean with her secret. A very emotional story about two lovers, one who gave up her baby for adoption two years ago and her current boyfriend who is resentful that his birth mother gave him up. We see the story through various sets of eyes, the birth mother, the adoptive mother and an adopted child. A wonderful look at adoption and the pros and cons. A well written story that is easy to read and very heartwarming. I received a arc copy and voluntarily chose to review it.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    *I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book* I really enjoyed this book. It is full of emotional drama surrounding adoption. The characters navigate their relationship and emotions from different sides of adoption. You can't help but like these characters. The reader is pulled into their emotional situations and you can see why each feels the way that they feel. I love how the characters actually learn from each other and realize that there are two sides to every story. I would definitely recomme *I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book* I really enjoyed this book. It is full of emotional drama surrounding adoption. The characters navigate their relationship and emotions from different sides of adoption. You can't help but like these characters. The reader is pulled into their emotional situations and you can see why each feels the way that they feel. I love how the characters actually learn from each other and realize that there are two sides to every story. I would definitely recommend this deeply moving book.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Karen Loomis

    Well-written sequel to Chasing Someday and tells a realistic story of a birth mother's subsequent journey. Despite being a sequel, Tomorrow's Lullaby can be read as a standalone book. It examines both sides of the adoption issue, but also points out that everyone's story is unique. Christian values discussed, but not a focal point. No profanity or sex scenes, but tells a love story with bumps along the way. It does show how a mistake does not define your life, but how you handle it that does. Gr Well-written sequel to Chasing Someday and tells a realistic story of a birth mother's subsequent journey. Despite being a sequel, Tomorrow's Lullaby can be read as a standalone book. It examines both sides of the adoption issue, but also points out that everyone's story is unique. Christian values discussed, but not a focal point. No profanity or sex scenes, but tells a love story with bumps along the way. It does show how a mistake does not define your life, but how you handle it that does. Great job, Ms. Armstrong!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ruby McDemon

    I loved listening to this story. Sienne and Aaron have an extremely rocky start especially because Sienna is a birth mother and Aaron didn't have the best childhood growing up with his adoptive parents. The struggle of when/if to tell him and also the normal struggles in life make for a wonderful story. I loved listening to Tiffany narrate this wonderful story. I loved how her voice made it so much easier to fall in love with this story. Listening to Tiffany read made it so easy to let the world I loved listening to this story. Sienne and Aaron have an extremely rocky start especially because Sienna is a birth mother and Aaron didn't have the best childhood growing up with his adoptive parents. The struggle of when/if to tell him and also the normal struggles in life make for a wonderful story. I loved listening to Tiffany narrate this wonderful story. I loved how her voice made it so much easier to fall in love with this story. Listening to Tiffany read made it so easy to let the world fall away and get lost into this beautiful world.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Joyce

    Hard Decision Sienne at 18 placed her baby up for adoption. I was a hard decision but she felt it was best for him. The Petersons allowed her an opened adoption so she sees him often. After starting school she meets Aaron. They are getting along but finds out he was adopted and is bitter about his Mother giving him up. Feels his adopted family leaves him out of things. Sienne and Aaron start dating but Sienne is worried what he will think when she tells him her secret. Book was a little slow but e Hard Decision Sienne at 18 placed her baby up for adoption. I was a hard decision but she felt it was best for him. The Petersons allowed her an opened adoption so she sees him often. After starting school she meets Aaron. They are getting along but finds out he was adopted and is bitter about his Mother giving him up. Feels his adopted family leaves him out of things. Sienne and Aaron start dating but Sienne is worried what he will think when she tells him her secret. Book was a little slow but enjoyed reading.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Poppetkins

    A really good interesting read. Having already read Chasing Someday I had gotten to know Sienna’s character a bit already from when she found herself pregnant and considering placing her baby. I did struggle to warm to Aaron though. Although their romance was sweet and loving, I found that Aaron was quite immature and found his views regarding his adoption to be difficult to relate to. That being said, it was obviously a key part of the story that Sienna would help him to open his mind to see th A really good interesting read. Having already read Chasing Someday I had gotten to know Sienna’s character a bit already from when she found herself pregnant and considering placing her baby. I did struggle to warm to Aaron though. Although their romance was sweet and loving, I found that Aaron was quite immature and found his views regarding his adoption to be difficult to relate to. That being said, it was obviously a key part of the story that Sienna would help him to open his mind to see things differently. A good intriguing read.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Elda

    I enjoyed reading this book more than I thought I would when I first got it. I could feel the strong emotions of the characters, their love, their pain. Lindzee Armstrong has a terrific way of putting those feelings to paper. It was an incredible read. One that I won't soon forget. I highly recommend this book to all ages. I appreciate a good clean read and can trust that any book Ms Armstrong writes will deliver just that. I enjoyed reading this book more than I thought I would when I first got it. I could feel the strong emotions of the characters, their love, their pain. Lindzee Armstrong has a terrific way of putting those feelings to paper. It was an incredible read. One that I won't soon forget. I highly recommend this book to all ages. I appreciate a good clean read and can trust that any book Ms Armstrong writes will deliver just that.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Myers

    This is another compelling story written by Ms. Armstrong. It shows adoption from both the birth parent point and the adopted child's point. Sienna placed her child for adoption at 18 and had an open and loving relation with her child and his adopted parents. While attending college she meets Aaron who was adopted and is bitter about his mother giving him up What follows is a truely heart renching journey. It was a very well written story. I received a ARC of this book. This is another compelling story written by Ms. Armstrong. It shows adoption from both the birth parent point and the adopted child's point. Sienna placed her child for adoption at 18 and had an open and loving relation with her child and his adopted parents. While attending college she meets Aaron who was adopted and is bitter about his mother giving him up What follows is a truely heart renching journey. It was a very well written story. I received a ARC of this book.

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