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Tyler Huntington had always thought of Savvy as his best friend, someone who would always be there for him- until she wasn't. Now, years later, he wonders if it's too late. But Savvy's life has taken a bizarre turn with the unexpected arrival of a wild-looking teenager who claims to be her half-sister. As Savvy tries to unravel the mystery of the girl's past, Tyler's sudde Tyler Huntington had always thought of Savvy as his best friend, someone who would always be there for him- until she wasn't. Now, years later, he wonders if it's too late. But Savvy's life has taken a bizarre turn with the unexpected arrival of a wild-looking teenager who claims to be her half-sister. As Savvy tries to unravel the mystery of the girl's past, Tyler's sudden appearance seems like an answer to a prayer. Emotionally drained and physically exhausted, Savvy needs a friend. At the same time, she's wary of putting her heart at risk. Is revisiting the past the only way for Savvy to find her future?


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Tyler Huntington had always thought of Savvy as his best friend, someone who would always be there for him- until she wasn't. Now, years later, he wonders if it's too late. But Savvy's life has taken a bizarre turn with the unexpected arrival of a wild-looking teenager who claims to be her half-sister. As Savvy tries to unravel the mystery of the girl's past, Tyler's sudde Tyler Huntington had always thought of Savvy as his best friend, someone who would always be there for him- until she wasn't. Now, years later, he wonders if it's too late. But Savvy's life has taken a bizarre turn with the unexpected arrival of a wild-looking teenager who claims to be her half-sister. As Savvy tries to unravel the mystery of the girl's past, Tyler's sudden appearance seems like an answer to a prayer. Emotionally drained and physically exhausted, Savvy needs a friend. At the same time, she's wary of putting her heart at risk. Is revisiting the past the only way for Savvy to find her future?

30 review for Chasing Yesterday

  1. 4 out of 5

    Grace

    It is hard to express how very disappointed I was with this book. I seriously hope anyone who isn't LDS does not read this book. The picture it paints of LDS people is that we are narrow minded, believe we are perfect and are quite judgemental of anyone who dares to have multiple piercings, sketchy hair styles and wear belly shirts. We must excuse them somehow because their upbringing was different from ours, but ever strive to bring them back to correctness. I was embarrassed at how shallow mem It is hard to express how very disappointed I was with this book. I seriously hope anyone who isn't LDS does not read this book. The picture it paints of LDS people is that we are narrow minded, believe we are perfect and are quite judgemental of anyone who dares to have multiple piercings, sketchy hair styles and wear belly shirts. We must excuse them somehow because their upbringing was different from ours, but ever strive to bring them back to correctness. I was embarrassed at how shallow members were portrayed. Also, the way the 13-year-old so easily manipulates everyone. Seriously--where were the responsible adults in this book? And the two main characters--friends for years, obviously right for each other and so stupid in the way they skirt around each other before finally becoming a couple. I don't feel like that's a spoiler because it's obvious from the first chapter. I honestly only finished this book because I bought it and didn't want to waste my money. Regretfully, still a waste of money.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Camila

    THIS BOOK rocks! its so sweet and well it teach me that apperences does not matter but what is in your heart i also learn that guys somethimes don't know that they are in love with there best girl friend intell they go away from them, anyways you should totaly read this novel (LOVE & LEARNING TO TRUST YOUR HEART!) THIS BOOK rocks! its so sweet and well it teach me that apperences does not matter but what is in your heart i also learn that guys somethimes don't know that they are in love with there best girl friend intell they go away from them, anyways you should totaly read this novel (LOVE & LEARNING TO TRUST YOUR HEART!)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    It is a good book. A Young girl searches out her sister she has never met and finds family when she needs it most. And Tyler whom the story is based around has found the girl he was searching for in his best friend, how blind he has been!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Christine Franks

    I love Rachel Nunes books I have read all of the ones she has wrote. I am a big fan and have enjoyed everyone

  5. 4 out of 5

    Danni

    I loved it. It was a romance I could really relate to.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    I always like a good love story :)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cindi Ashton

    I am a big fan of LDS romance novels so you may mock if you want but I put on a tough show but I am really all mushy inside.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Barnard

    It was fun to read a book that's set in Utah. Now I need to read the first book to this series. It was fun to read a book that's set in Utah. Now I need to read the first book to this series.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kellyn

    A cute book, fun to read. Maybe I liked it more because I am single and was rooting the whole time for the couple to get together...

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lindy Hatch

    This is the third book about the Huntington family. I think this one was my favorite so far. There's a twist at the end that I didn't see until just before it was revealed. Again, these books just fill the measure of what they were intended for..not the next great American fiction, but the perfect weekend/hour bath escape. So fun and always with the happy ending you want. This is the third book about the Huntington family. I think this one was my favorite so far. There's a twist at the end that I didn't see until just before it was revealed. Again, these books just fill the measure of what they were intended for..not the next great American fiction, but the perfect weekend/hour bath escape. So fun and always with the happy ending you want.

  11. 5 out of 5

    08aubric

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I thought that this was a very good book, but I didn't like it nearly as much as the other Huntington books. This book takes place in lots of diffrent places; Utah, California, and Colorado. Savvy is the main character, she is an astronomy major in California,she is smart, and pretty. Tyler Huntington is a journalist, he is really handsome and is popular with the girls. Lexi is stuggling with the loss of her mother so she seeks out her sister Savvy. She is the typical tennage girl, complete wit I thought that this was a very good book, but I didn't like it nearly as much as the other Huntington books. This book takes place in lots of diffrent places; Utah, California, and Colorado. Savvy is the main character, she is an astronomy major in California,she is smart, and pretty. Tyler Huntington is a journalist, he is really handsome and is popular with the girls. Lexi is stuggling with the loss of her mother so she seeks out her sister Savvy. She is the typical tennage girl, complete with the over done makeup and piercings. The main problem is that Savvy can't get Lexi to open up about her past, and Savvy loves her best friend Tyler. Savvy has always loved Tyler, and unfortunately he just hasn't realized yet that he feels the same way. When the sister that Savvy never knew she had shows up at her house, she has to help her get back to their birth father, and open up about her past. Is is really hard for Savvy, who doesn't exactly have the best feelings for her birth father Derek, since she grew up with a loving step-father. When they finally make it to Colorado and find Derek, he is worried sick about Lexi. They find that the reason he was so quiet and secluded was because he had just found out he had terminal cancer. Lexi and Savvy, finally getting along, spend lots of time with him before he dies. Tyler helps them out, and after spending so much time with Savvy, realizes that he too has always loved her. I didn't really like how slow this book was, and I found it really hard to get into. The theme was that through hard work, people with diffrent backgrounds can learn to love each other. I would reccommend this book to anyone who likes the author, and wants to read a good romance book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I couldn't STAND this book. The book was so boring, irritating, and (in parts) offensive that the only thing that kept me reading it was that I'd already had it for a month and was required to read it for work. The writing is just so... juvenile. Which made the characters also so very juvenile. Apparently all of the women she knows in the real world put their hands on their hips, screech and snort when they're serious or angry. You know, like on Full House. The male characters weren't much better I couldn't STAND this book. The book was so boring, irritating, and (in parts) offensive that the only thing that kept me reading it was that I'd already had it for a month and was required to read it for work. The writing is just so... juvenile. Which made the characters also so very juvenile. Apparently all of the women she knows in the real world put their hands on their hips, screech and snort when they're serious or angry. You know, like on Full House. The male characters weren't much better either. Also, did you know that wearing too much makeup, having too many piercings, or not wearing sleeves makes you a bad person? Blew my mind (page 244). On top of that, she apparently condones kids ganging up on a peer who isn't deemed to be good or "righteous" going off of what she wears. Don't blame it on the fact that those kids were being hateful and judgmental; blame it on the fact that Lexi chose to "exercise her agency" to be herself (page 178). This book is just bad. I think MAYBE the only thing I've read that she's written that's worse is "Where I Belong." And that was BAD.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay

    I have mixed feelings about this book. The overarching story is a romance between Savvy (a astronomy major at Berkeley) and Tyler (a journalist who just got fired from his job at the Deseret News). During the budding of this romance Savvy is visited by her teenage half-sister whose rebellion is complete with thick layer of make-up, multiple body piercings, and a preference for belly shirts and short skirts. Through the course of the book Savvy's sister converts to Mormonism, and her long-lost birt I have mixed feelings about this book. The overarching story is a romance between Savvy (a astronomy major at Berkeley) and Tyler (a journalist who just got fired from his job at the Deseret News). During the budding of this romance Savvy is visited by her teenage half-sister whose rebellion is complete with thick layer of make-up, multiple body piercings, and a preference for belly shirts and short skirts. Through the course of the book Savvy's sister converts to Mormonism, and her long-lost birth father finds his way back to the Mormon church before he dies of a terminal illness. Meanwhile, Savvy and Tyler are saddled with custody of her new sister, and end up getting married. There were some entirely decent moments when I thought Rachel was trying to be fair about the characters in her book who weren't Mormon. But there were moments I wanted to strangle her too. So it was a mix, but much better than No Longer Strangers.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    The last of the Huntington series (Well, actually 3rd, but the last one I read). I think that it was a good book overall, but this was probably the hardest of the four to get into. I found it hard to start reading it and then to keep reading (the others I was trying to race to finish!). The twist on this one is unique and, like book 4 (By Morning Light) it actually had a more believable twist in the plot (the first and second involved kids being left on doorsteps, basically, whereas the last two The last of the Huntington series (Well, actually 3rd, but the last one I read). I think that it was a good book overall, but this was probably the hardest of the four to get into. I found it hard to start reading it and then to keep reading (the others I was trying to race to finish!). The twist on this one is unique and, like book 4 (By Morning Light) it actually had a more believable twist in the plot (the first and second involved kids being left on doorsteps, basically, whereas the last two involved death and losing someone important). My next challenge is likely to tackle Ariana The Trilogy, but I will wait until Ladies Night after the Saturday conference sessions to pick it up!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kaylah Hassard

    Summary: This novel is principally about two people. Savvy and Tyler. Savvy and Tyler have been best friends for a while, until something falls apart, and neither of them really know what that is. We see from Savvy's perspective that she pulls away because she fosters feelings for Tyler, and Tyler doesn't fully appreciate her yet. Then out of the blue they have an opportunity to reunite again upon the discovery of Savvy's half sister whom she didn't even know existed. The introduction of another Summary: This novel is principally about two people. Savvy and Tyler. Savvy and Tyler have been best friends for a while, until something falls apart, and neither of them really know what that is. We see from Savvy's perspective that she pulls away because she fosters feelings for Tyler, and Tyler doesn't fully appreciate her yet. Then out of the blue they have an opportunity to reunite again upon the discovery of Savvy's half sister whom she didn't even know existed. The introduction of another member of the family draws Savvy and Tyler together, but will Savvy be able to get over their past to give Tyler a chance? Read the book to find out! Response: If you want a classic, clean, friendly book in the form of a Hallmark movie, than this is the book for you. I liked it, it was a fun light read. It didn't change my life, but it was fun. Warnings: Language: none Sexual Content: none Violence: mention of possible abuse Witchcraft: none Drugs: Drinking mentioned

  16. 5 out of 5

    Carter

    Chasing Yesterday is about this girl named Jane Doe (nicknamed J.D.) who wakes up and doesn't remember anything about her past. When they send her to a juvenile center, she meets a boy named Daniel who becomes her friend. After a few weeks, her mother comes and picks her up from the center and takes her to their house. She starts bringing J.D. to a doctor named Dr. Styron who does exercises with her to help her remember her past. Many people turn out to have different identities than J.D. expect Chasing Yesterday is about this girl named Jane Doe (nicknamed J.D.) who wakes up and doesn't remember anything about her past. When they send her to a juvenile center, she meets a boy named Daniel who becomes her friend. After a few weeks, her mother comes and picks her up from the center and takes her to their house. She starts bringing J.D. to a doctor named Dr. Styron who does exercises with her to help her remember her past. Many people turn out to have different identities than J.D. expects but Daniel stays her friend through and though. The end was so unexpected; it made it so interesting!!!!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kirsi Johnson

    I'm giving this one 3 stars, but it's probably closer to 2.5. It was a clean romance and there was a happy ending, but I had a hard time appreciating the main characters. Tyler was a bit daft, to say the least, and Savvy's distrust, though perhaps somewhat founded, was a bit drawn out. The writing seemed a bit simplistic at times, and I was a little annoyed with the constant comments directed at one of the non-LDS characters regarding her multiple piercings and lack of appropriate attire (the ma I'm giving this one 3 stars, but it's probably closer to 2.5. It was a clean romance and there was a happy ending, but I had a hard time appreciating the main characters. Tyler was a bit daft, to say the least, and Savvy's distrust, though perhaps somewhat founded, was a bit drawn out. The writing seemed a bit simplistic at times, and I was a little annoyed with the constant comments directed at one of the non-LDS characters regarding her multiple piercings and lack of appropriate attire (the main characters ended up coming off a bit preachy/judgmental). All in, I'd say I've read better books by Ms. Nunes.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Katie W

    Chasing Yesterday is a story about two friends, Tyler and Savvy, who are working together to help Savvy's half sister. They've been friends for a long time and Savvy's always been in love with Tyler, but he's always played the field, never realizing what he's got right in front of him. It was a tender story, but I found it hard to believe how willing Savvy was to stay with and accept birth father. She also had so many issues with Tyler and his acceptance of her, but disregarded all those concern Chasing Yesterday is a story about two friends, Tyler and Savvy, who are working together to help Savvy's half sister. They've been friends for a long time and Savvy's always been in love with Tyler, but he's always played the field, never realizing what he's got right in front of him. It was a tender story, but I found it hard to believe how willing Savvy was to stay with and accept birth father. She also had so many issues with Tyler and his acceptance of her, but disregarded all those concerns a little too quickly. All in all, cute.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Brenda

    I seriously want sisters like Amanda and Kerrianne, brothers like Mitch and Tyler, and inlaws like Blake, Adam, Cory and Savvy. By my third book, I almost feel like they are family! Warm and fuzzy this book is as heartfelt as the others in the series. (Doesn't every girl have a guy friend that she wonders "what if" sometime in her life!) Savvy is strong and brave and just how I would like my daughter to be. I seriously want sisters like Amanda and Kerrianne, brothers like Mitch and Tyler, and inlaws like Blake, Adam, Cory and Savvy. By my third book, I almost feel like they are family! Warm and fuzzy this book is as heartfelt as the others in the series. (Doesn't every girl have a guy friend that she wonders "what if" sometime in her life!) Savvy is strong and brave and just how I would like my daughter to be.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    This third book in the Huntington family series focuses on the relationship between Tyler and Savvy. Savvy is tired of hoping Tyler will see her as more than a friend, so she leaves for California where she meets lovable Chris. Then a knock at her door changes her whole life. For standing there is a young girl who looks much like Savvy and who claims she is Savvy's half-sister. Between Tyler and Lexi, poor Savvy has her hands full. This third book in the Huntington family series focuses on the relationship between Tyler and Savvy. Savvy is tired of hoping Tyler will see her as more than a friend, so she leaves for California where she meets lovable Chris. Then a knock at her door changes her whole life. For standing there is a young girl who looks much like Savvy and who claims she is Savvy's half-sister. Between Tyler and Lexi, poor Savvy has her hands full.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Gail

    This was a good quick, easy, light read. I enjoy Rachel Ann Nunes writing but you know how it is going to end - but the lesson in the story teaches us about facing our past and dealing with it, having better communication between friends and family and learning to forgive and enjoy the time you have together.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Julia Atkinson

    Ty Huntington and Savvy Hergarter are best friends, and should be more than that! Ty and Savvy are thrown together in a trial whorl-wind of trouble when Savvy's half-sister shows up. FOllow the two, and find out if they end up together, and if Savvy's sister is really in an abusive home. Ty Huntington and Savvy Hergarter are best friends, and should be more than that! Ty and Savvy are thrown together in a trial whorl-wind of trouble when Savvy's half-sister shows up. FOllow the two, and find out if they end up together, and if Savvy's sister is really in an abusive home.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Cute story of a friendship that turns to love. Makes you think back on your first love or a close "boy" friend in the past and wonder what would've happened if they had come back into your life. Fun to think about. I had a hard time getting into the book at first, but enjoyed it in the end. Cute story of a friendship that turns to love. Makes you think back on your first love or a close "boy" friend in the past and wonder what would've happened if they had come back into your life. Fun to think about. I had a hard time getting into the book at first, but enjoyed it in the end.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Valerie

    It would be 3.5 if I could. It was an okay read. A good plot. I just hated the obsession with skinny women in this book. What's the deal? It was like they couldn't get over it. But it was a good read. Got a little slow near the end. It would be 3.5 if I could. It was an okay read. A good plot. I just hated the obsession with skinny women in this book. What's the deal? It was like they couldn't get over it. But it was a good read. Got a little slow near the end.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Swhe641200

    Tyler Huntington lose job is engaged to Renae but wants to talk to Savry who is Somewhere (Don of Brioning and Chuck and Darek) she is in Calif. Her half sisiter Alexis shows up as a run a way - She ends up meeting her birth family and gets guandenship of Alexis

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rayni

    Slow & predictable. It was just like the first book in the series. It was a library book & I lost the book.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jacqueline

    This one is kind of sad in some parts and I was so mad a character in the book, but over all LOVE IT!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kaylee Boydstun

    This one still isn't as good as the first. This one still isn't as good as the first.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jenny Johnson

    Good book, more typical LDS Fiction. An easy fast read

  30. 4 out of 5

    Josie

    i just have to many books to read right now so i had to choose and this one was it but i will read it someday:)

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