Book Review: This side of Tomorrow by Sally White

Release Date: July 05, 2019
Publisher: Independently Published
Format: ebook
Pages: 300 pages
Genre:  paranormal romance
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Life isn’t fair…and neither is death.

When seventeen-year-old Nebraskan, Rachel Sutton moves into her new home in Maine, she quickly discovers it is the former residence of Noah and Ethan Thompson, teenage brothers recently killed in car crash. Brothers who have yet to move on.

Ethan, spiteful and jealous, is obsessed with Rachel, and Noah, guilt-ridden and gorgeous, is trying to save his brother’s soul. As Rachel spends countless hours with Noah, and dates Parker Redding, a popular football player, she finds herself torn between her feelings for the living and the dead.

One fateful night, Rachel must choose. Will she embrace her life on earth with those who love her? Or find out what’s on the other side?


This is a great teen paranormal romance.  Rachel moves from Nebraska to Maine and finds that her house is haunted by the two teenagers that used to live there.  One is angry and determined to claim Rachel as his own and the other, his brother swears to protect Rachel from him.  With the help of some other ghosts Rachel's life becomes anything but ordinary although she is trying to maintain a normal life as well.

White created an interesting ghost story with likable characters and a plot that keeps you interested.  She was able to breach spirituality with a little bit of religion and make it not preachy but palatable. This is a fun YA romance that reminds us to live life to the fullest because you never know when it will end. .

Disclaimer: I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher through in exchange for an honest review.

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