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Reviewed by Kerliza Foon for Readers' Favorite
Maybe Tomorrow: Forgive or Forget Book 1 is a story about taking chances and second chances. Erin Cawood tells a moving tale about finding true love again after giving up on it. Keon McGowan has given up on finding true love again after believing he had found it, only to lose it. He resents the woman who caused his life to turn upside down and leave him a single father when she walked out on them. Darcia Amelia McGowan left her husband and child behind, telling them it was for her job, the chance of a lifetime. No one had seen or heard from her in ten years and suddenly she shows up in the emergency room at Keon's hospital. Though wishing her unhappiness when she left him so abruptly, upon seeing her again Keon is once again bombarded with feelings of love and desire. Her reappearance has brought to the forefront of his mind all the unanswered questions and regrets their split had caused. Will Keon be able to forgive the past or will tomorrow bring an end to ten years of heartache, leaving Keon free to move on?
Erin Cawood's Maybe Tomorrow is an emotionally well written story about heartbreak, taking risks, and chances. Her characters, Keon and Darcia, have an undeniable spark between them, with doses of humor and insight to their understanding of each other. Although the events take place over a short period of time, it just goes to show that over time a lot of moments can happen, changing a person from happy to sad to angry to playful. A well written piece of work that will have readers' hearts on the line with the characters. I loved this story and I am looking forward to the next book in the series. I recommend this book for those who love to read about second chances and forgiveness.