One More Tomorrow:
2019 Word Award Winner for Christian Fiction - Romance
One woman finds herself bound to a past she cannot forget.
Another, driven by past choices she can neither change nor accept.
It’s been over a year. That should be enough time to forget a first love. But aspiring artist Katie Banks is still waiting. Not even Justin Burke, her university classmate, has been able to erase the hurt Aiden Ford inflicted, or weaken Katie’s resolve to never date a man who doesn’t share her faith. When Katie accepts a scholarship to study in Paris, it places much-needed distance between her and Justin. But love still eludes her, until a stormy night and a tragic accident change everything. The possibility that she and Aiden might be able to find their forever love this time both excites and terrifies Katie. Can she forgive past hurts, or will the walls she’s built to protect herself keep love a distant dream?
"What a beautiful and enthralling story of obedience, patience, romance, and redeeming love. From the very first line to the final pages, I was swept away! You will enjoy every moment of this novel too!"
Author of Table Talk: Family Dinner Devos and
Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?!,
blogger at www.frommilktomeat.com,
and marriage TV show personality on A Better Us
"The themes of love, loss, forgiveness, and redemption are beautifully woven throughout One More Tomorrow. Melanie does a masterful job intertwining the lives of Katie, Rachael, Aidan, Zack, and Justin with great honesty and courage. Life is messy. Life is hard. But as Melanie writes, with an authentic relationship with Jesus, you can find grace in everything."
International speaker, TV and podcast host of See Hear Love
"One More Tomorrow is a perfectly refreshing read for today! Katie, the heroine, meets struggles with honesty in a moving portrayal of loss, trust, and renewal. Melanie Stevenson takes us on a journey through the twists and turns of life and love, showing us beautifully how God’s grace is indeed sufficient."
—Dr. Carolyn Weber,
Award-winning author, speaker,
and associate professor at Heritage College & Seminary
Softcover Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 272
About the Author:
2019 Word Award Winner for Best New Canadian Author
Born in England, Melanie Stevenson has never lost her love of British tea and gardens. She now lives in Southern Ontario surrounded by her husband and four children. She attended the University of Waterloo where she obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts. An avid prayer journaler, she has been writing devotionals for over a decade. Paper, canvas, and dirt are her favourite blank pages.