Book Review

Sunny Shelly’s Review: Come Back Tomorrow by Amy Argent

Release Date: August 10

Looking for an unforgettable novel like Me Before You or The Fault in Our Stars but with a silver lining? Then Come Back Tomorrow is your next angsty romance must-read.


William Everson, Jr. is young, he’s dying of terminal cancer, and he’s all alone.  I meet him through my mission to befriend terminal cancer patients with no visitors, but it takes me much longer to meet “Will” and to learn anything about his family, his friends, and why he has a DNR order in place.


“Can I come back tomorrow?”


That’s always my question at the end of our visits. 


When it becomes his question—“Will you come back tomorrow?”—it changes both of us forever. Will’s given up on life; I won’t let him go without a fight. But is what we share enough to make Will rethink any of his choices . . . before it’s too late?


Come Back Tomorrow follows the heart-wrenching journey through illness to the very edge of life and to the critical decision that must be made: accept your fate or fight with everything you have. 


Come Back Tomorrow is the first book of the Embrace Tomorrow Duet.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars

I was BLOWN AWAY by Come Back Tomorrow — what a fantastic debut novel!

You know from the blurb that going into this book that it’s not going to be your typical romance novel. The hero is dying of cancer, and the heroine is a psychologist who works in the hospital. At first, Will wants little to do with Tori because he’s so resigned to not just die, but die alone. But little by little, she chips through the walls he has erected around himself, and a bona fide friendship forms between them that blossoms into the most beautiful love.

But with Will literally facing death and not wanting any medical interventions to prolong his life, their time together has an expiration date. Unless Will realizes that he does indeed have a reason to live.

This marvelous story is full of sadness, but also very full of hope. Hope that love can change our lives. Hope that a smile or a kind word can make a crappy day better. My heart broke for Will and all that he’d gone through! There are pieces of Tori’s backstory that were not fully explained, but I’m hopeful that her history will be fleshed out in the second book of this duet.

I am so glad I took a chance on reading this author’s debut novel, and can’t wait for the conclusion of Tori and Will’s story in the second book of this duet! I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.

Meet Amy Argent

Amy Argent is the author of the Embrace Tomorrow Duet: Come Back Tomorrow and its sequel, Whatever Tomorrow Brings.  Amy can honestly say she writes day and night—clinical trial documents as a medical writer by day and contemporary romance as a novelist by night . . . and possibly into the wee hours of the morning.  She has a PhD in Genetics that she agonized entirely too much over, but it did result in a fascinating day job—the details of which tend to creep into her fiction.


Amy can be found in Raleigh, North Carolina, with her husband, two teenagers, and two hedgehogs, where she’s most likely planning her next departure from reality—destination: Dragon Con, the closest Renaissance Faire, or the nearest book.


Amy has always been fascinated by the many ways people cope with the human condition. Her stories explore the emotional journey we take when adversity drastically changes life’s course, but being an eternal optimist, she’s found her niche in soulful stories with silver linings.  In truth, they can always be found if one is willing to look for them.

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