Tomorrow's Promise

  • by Sandra Brown
  • Narrated by Renee Raudman
  • 8 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

It happened the way attraction happens best: suddenly, passionately, uncontrollably and unforgettably.
Thousands of feet above the ground on a crowded flight to Washington, D.C., radio personality Keely Williams felt the irresistible pull of handsome congressman Dax Devereaux. They were speaking at the same congressional hearing about Vietnam soldiers listed as MIA. Tragically, Keely’s husband was among the missing soldiers. He had been her childhood sweetheart, her future, her love – and then the unanswered question Keely dedicated her life to solving.
Until there was Dax. And the possibility of a new future. But could Keely allow herself to love again, and still honor the man of her past?

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Old book - new release

I wish I'd checked the original published date. Bought in a hurry. It wouldn't be a bad "read" if it was less than $5.00, but definitely not worth a credit. Sandra Brown has certainly improved over the years, but this just doesn't compare to Ricochet, Smash Cut, The Alibi, and Envy! Then again, it was interesting to see how far we (men and women) have come or changed in our communication and relationships.
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- alice

This Book Is Dated BUT It Is Timeless Conudrum

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Perhaps written in more general terms so that it is not stagnant. It is very specifically written as a contemporary time frame (it may have been when first released)-which is late 1970's or early 1980's about missing in action soldiers from the Vietnam war. The story IS contemporary.

This IS a scenario that can happen in any war time - real or imaginary, so a fictional war in more generic terms may have attracted a wider audience.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Tomorrow's Promise?

No spoilers; but the ending is heart wrenching and most memorable.

It happened the way attraction happens best: suddenly, passionately, uncontrollably and unforgettably.

Thousands of feet above the ground on a crowded flight to Washington, D.C., radio personality Keely Williams felt the irresistible pull of handsome congressman Dax Devereaux. They were speaking at the same congressional hearing about Vietnam soldiers listed as MIA. Tragically, Keely’s husband was among the missing soldiers. He had been her childhood sweetheart, her future, her love – and then the unanswered question Keely dedicated her life to solving.

Until there was Dax. And the possibility of a new future. But could Keely allow herself to love again, and still honor the man of her past?

©2011 Sandra Brown (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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What does Renee Raudman bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I adore Renee Raudmen-she is a fantastic narrator who gives each character their own voice-male or female.


What would have made this romance irresistible?

More and descriptive romance is ALWAYS better, but I think it was pretty good-as is.


Any additional comments?

I found this book REALLY thought provoking. It really put my mind to work and found myself wondering, "What would I do?" and "How long does one hold out hope for the return of a spouse MIA?" and "When or is it acceptable to 'move on' with life?"

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- DK

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-01-2011
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio