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Falling in love just got complicated. When Sienna McBride placed her baby for adoption at eighteen, she never dreamed that two years later she'd find herself falling for someone who resents his birth mother for not keeping him. 

A relationship that screams “baggage” is the last thing she has time for, especially with her last-chance Juilliard audition approaching. She can't afford any distractions if she's going to get back into the school she turned down because of her pregnancy. But that's exactly what Aaron is turning out to be-a devastatingly handsome, butterfly-inducing distraction. One that's making her reconsider the importance of attending Juilliard. 

The future of their relationship rests on whether Sienna can live a lie or trust Aaron with the truth. If only she felt confident in either decision. 

Get swept up in this sweetly romantic story today!

©2017 Lindzee Armstrong (P)2017 Lindzee Armstrong

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Excellent Contemporary Romance

I have read many audiobooks by this talented writer but this one was extra special because it was dealing with such sensitive issues as adoptions. This books covers both sides of the story. In one hand, there is a young lady that made the difficult decision to place her baby to be raised by another family. And in the other hand, a young man is bitter because his mom gave him up for adoption and he has a hard time coming to terms with that.

Narration is excellent and brought the story to life.

This is book 2 in the series but can be read as a stand-alone. It is a heartfelt story with touching moments. As always with this author, her books are clean and very well written.

I always get sucked into her stories and find it hard to put it down. I’m looking forward to her next book!

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Definite Heartstring Tugger <3

This book pulled at every heartstring at exactly the right time. I felt for Sienna in Chasing Someday but didn't really think too much about her. In this book, we get to see how everything is going for Sienna after Hunter is a part of Kiera and David's family. 

I loved the feeling Sienna puts into her music, how it is such a part of her. She doesn't just play because it's what she thinks she should do . . . she puts a piece of herself into each piece she plays and writes. As someone who wishes they could play a musical instrument, I loved that about Sienna. 

And Aaron . . . I thought it was a great plot development that he had issues with adoption. They had a fairly significant hurdle to overcome and I wondered a couple times if they would make it through. I enjoyed that it wasn't just a given that their love would overcome everything. 

Dane . . . I did not like him. Ever. Period. *exasperated growly sigh*

The narration - oh wow. I have listened to other books that Tiffany Williams has narrated for Lindzee Armstrong and have enjoyed each and every one of them. She manages to give each character their own voice so it is easy to tell who is speaking and to really feel them. Her narration really took this book to that next level. 

For how much I enjoyed Chasing Someday, this book was even better! It wrapped up perfectly but I am sad to see it end. I loved all the ups and downs and it's one I will definitely read again. 

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Adoption As An Option

I just finished listening to the AUDIO version of the book, delightfully and capably narrated by Tiffany Williams. Some of the lunacy of Aaron's upbringing borders on slapstick as it highlights the cluelessly arrogant approach to "inclusion" practiced on occasion by even the most loving of liberals. <--belly laugh material in the midst of the serious subject matter which forms the core and background of this romance.

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This is a good, strong, solid novel describing a young woman's decisions involving the life-altering discovery of finding herself a pregnant teen and coping with the aftermath. Not a one-size-fits-all panacea solution but a hard look at the realities facing women these days; part of Sienna's story was first told in another hard-punching novel discussing infertility, the flip side of the coin so-to-speak. I am not saying you will have missed nothing if you start with "Tomorrow's Lullaby" but the book does stand completely on its own. I merely recommend you might want to read its prequel, "Chasing Someday." Ms. Armstrong also writes delightful comedic romances and her light touch with action and dialogue is apparent even as she tackles more serious themes.

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Romance for Birth Mothers after Adoption!

Tomorrow’s Lullaby is an admirable “I wonder what happened to…” follow up to Chasing Someday by Lindzee Armstrong. In Chasing Someday, we met Sienna who was a teenaged piano student of one of the couples facing infertility issues. Sienna became pregnant with her high school sweetheart who dumped her almost immediately after she told him she was pregnant. Sienna selflessly placed her baby boy up for adoption with another couple from Chasing Someday.

Tomorrow’ Lullaby picks up two years later when Sienna is preparing to try out for Julliard again. She meets Aaron in one of her classes and despite having multiple tattoos and hair that is too-long, they become study buddies. Soon Sienna finds out he goes to her church and he is a thoughtful and kind person. She also finds out that he was adopted and resents both his adoptive family and his biological mother because he feels like he never fit it with his family and feels that the woman who gave him away was selfish. Most of the book centers on Sienna’s struggle to tell Aaron about her own son and when she eventually does, Aaron feels betrayed. To make matters worse, Sienna’s “baby daddy” all of sudden wants to get back together and have a relationship with their son.

As she did with Chasing Someday, Tiffany Williams did a fantastic job narrating this audiobook. She provided differing voices for all of the female and male leads, as well as appropriate voices for the few children in the book. Tiffany's style is very natural with smooth overtones and subtle character nuances. I enjoyed listening to Tomorrow’s Lullaby and look forward to listening to other collaborations between Tiffany Williams and Lindzee Armstrong!

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A romance story with adoption background.

This book along with it's prequel, Chasing Someday, have so much more going on than the average book written by Lindzee Armstrong. The prequel dealt with infertility, a subject that is very personal for Ms. Armstrong. The emotions were very raw and painful. Tomorrow's Lullaby is a continuation of Sienna, a young woman we met in the first book.
After placing her child in an adoptive home with an open adoption, she continues on with life, college and her quest to be accepted again to Julliard. A man she's very attracted to, Aaron, complicates things for her. He is adopted and has a lot of anger because of it. She hesitates to tell him of her past. When the truth comes out, will she be able to get him to understand and accept her situation, or will it be the end of them?
This audio book was very good. The narration by Tiffany Williams was wonderful! It didn't pack quite the emotional wallop that Chasing Someday did, but that would be very hard to match!

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Love and adoption

This book shows both sides of adoption--a view from the biological mom and a view from someone who's adopted. Sienna selflessly placed her baby up for adoption when she had him at age 18, and has a completely open adoption with his parents. Aaron is adopted but has always felt like he never fit it with his adoptive family. His adoption was &quot;closed&quot; so he doesn't know anything about his biological parents and feels that women who &quot;give their children away&quot; do it because they're selfish. Will their budding romance be able to withstand such a major difference?
I really liked this story and the characters Sienna and Aaron. We got a lot of background on the two major characters in the story so the reader can understand why they feel the way they do and why they do certain things. I liked how Sienna set up her rules for dating so she wouldn't repeat mistakes she had made before, and how Aaron was willing to go along with them.
I understood why Sienna didn't tell Aaron about the baby she had placed for adoption. His experience being adopted was really different than how her baby's adoption was handled and he was struggling to let it go. She was waiting for a perfect time to tell him and there was never going to be a perfect time.
I liked how she was working towards acceptance to Julliard and that she could put her feelings into composing some of her own music. I was glad it had a happy ending because at one point I was afraid it wouldn't.
This book goes with CHASING SOMEDAY, but can be read as a standalone. This is a clean romance with just kissing.
The narrator, Tiffany Williams is the same narrator for Chasing Someday and she does a wonderful job using different tones for all of the characters.

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Tomorrow's Lullaby

I loved listening to this story. Sienne and Aaron have an extremely rocky start especially because Sienna is a birth mother and Aaron didn't have the best childhood growing up with his adoptive parents. The struggle of when/if to tell him and also the normal struggles in life make for a wonderful story. I loved listening to Tiffany narrate this wonderful story. I loved how her voice made it so much easier to fall in love with this story. Listening to Tiffany read made it so easy to let the world fall away and get lost into this beautiful world.

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Touching.story

When I first started listening to this I thought, how could Sienna give up her baby and how could her parents give up their grandchild. As the story progresses you see she had not made the decision lightly. She chose an open adoption and the adopted parents treat Sienna as part of the family. Two years later she starts falling in love with Aaron a man who has insecurities with being adopted. Along comes her ex boyfriend who now wants to be included. Sienna will have to trust that the Lord will make everthing work out. I received a complimentary audio and I am voluntarily reviewing

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great story

I really enjoyed this audiobook. Tomorrow's Lullaby explores two diametrically opposed views on adoption, while Sienna and Aaron explored their relationship. It was a sweet romance and had a happy ending. I hope that Jared has his own story - he's a character that definitely deserves a happily ever after of his own.

I received an advanced reader copy of this audiobook and voluntarily provided this review.

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An entertaining and timely Romance

Sienna has made one of the hardest decisions of her life. She gave her son up for adoption after getting pregnant in high school. In order to have support through the pregnancy and delivery, she gave up her spot to Julliard. In the aftermath of the consequences of her choices and being rejected by the baby’s father, can Sienna learn to trust again? Can she trust a man whose appearance screams bad boy, who seems to have a chip on his shoulder against the idea of adoption; does she want to?
An, entertaining and timely romance that has a lovely approach to adoption and finding the strength to forgive, a story needed by the world today.
The narrator did a lovely job of relaying this story.
I received an advanced listening copy of this book in audio format, and I am leaving a voluntary review.

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An intriguing story

A really good interesting listen. Having already read Chasing Someday I had gotten to know Sienna’s character a bit already from when she found herself pregnant and considering placing her baby. I did struggle to warm to Aaron though. Although their romance was sweet and loving, I found that Aaron was quite immature and found his views regarding his adoption to be difficult to relate to. That being said, it was obviously a key part of the story that Sienna would help him to open his mind to see things differently. A good intriguing listen.
Unfortunately, I did struggle at the start to get used to the reader’s voice. The lady did sound almost like a computer reader but I did get used to it and the story was good enough to keep me listening.