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June 18, 2023

A Hundred Days Till Tomorrow by L.S. Case ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts 

Her past is restless. Her future is vulnerable. The longest summer of her life has begun.

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book cover of Christian romance novel A Hundred Days Till Tomorrow by L.S. Case
June 2023; SparkPress; 978-1684631889
ebook, print (296 pages); romance

Miranda lives a very understated life - she works at the town's historical museum and lives with her mother.  Her mother and paternal grandmother had gotten in a fight years before so even she wasn't part of Miranda's life.  In fact, she's spent her whole life running from and ignoring her past.  A call from her grandmother's lawyer is the beginning of major changes in her life.  She's been named as the heir to her grandmother's estate.   But there's a catch -- she has to spend 100 days in her grandmother's cottage in a small town in New England.  Once she has lived there for the required time, the entire estate will be hers to do what she wants to with it. She reluctantly decides to take the challenge that her estranged grandmother has left and plans to sell the cottage and move back home at the end of the 100 days. When she arrives at the cottage, she finds it in need of a total makeover before it could even be sold. She decides to do the work herself so that it will be saleable. She soon meets her elderly neighbor Adelaide and her grandson Jake. She becomes close friends with Adelaide and through her learns things about her grandmother that she never knew. As she begins to spend time with Jake, the sparks begin to fly between them. Will Miranda end up making over not only her grandmother's cottage but also changing her own life?

A Hundred Days Til Tomorrow was a sweet, well-written book with great characters. Miranda was so down on life that it was easy to cheer for her to find happiness and love. The more she learned to accept herself and her family, the happier she became.  

Susan Roberts grew up in Michigan but loves the laid-back life at her home in the Piedmont area of North Carolina where she is two hours from the beach to the east and the mountains in the west.  She reads almost anything but her favorite genres are Southern Fiction and Historical Fiction.

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  1. Thank you so much for reviewing my novel. I am honored!