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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
Whatever Tomorrow Brings by Claire Nance takes me back to my high school years with hanging out at lockers, sliding into class as the tardy bell rings, and all of the drama with boyfriends and girlfriends. The story revolves around Dee Anderson, her boyfriend Slate, and her sister and friends at the local high school. Dee is going out with the most popular boy in school, but she is not happy with the way he sometimes acts. Then along comes Marc, who seems to pay her more attention. Oh, what is a girl to do?
Author Claire Nance writes an awesome Christian teen romance that is great for any teenage girl to read. The characters are so well-created and realistic that any teen girl can relate to them. The plot flows smoothly and has a few twists and turns with the boyfriends, making it more interesting. With the vivid details of the high school setting, the story sounds so realistic I felt I was there with this group. I like Dee, but I sometimes got frustrated with her because she let Slate treat her badly, which is normal for this age. Slate was another story. He acted out his popularity role in an arrogant way. The supporting characters were fun and entertaining, giving the story a much deeper meaning. This is my first story by Claire Nance, and I hope to read more of her work soon. If you have a teenage girl, or maybe you know a few, Whatever Tomorrow Brings would be a great gift for them.