Book Review: All MY Tomorrows by Rochelle Alers

I’m back with another review. First I want to say thank you to everyone that supported my last post.You guys ROCK!!  This review is actually two reviews in one. Rochelle Alers often times combines two stories in one book. Brace yourself, because when she does this you know you are in store for an extra special treat.

He’s a former athlete looking for a place to mellow out.  She’s a chef, who was passed over for a promotion one too many times. What will one summer away at a camp bring to their lives?

After leaving the NFL Kennedy Fletcher decides to take some of the money has earned and invest it into an overnight camp for children called Camp Six Nations. The camp hires Chef Lydia Lord to feed the campers and staff for 8 weeks. To help two more less-advantage children attend the camp Lydia decides to give up her salary for 8 weeks and volunteers her services. Sparks fly during their first encounter but Lydia trying to stay away from the former athlete after her bad experience of her own. Kennedy knows there’s a fire brewing in Lydia, but a past failed relationship has him questioning their every encounter.

Long walks in the woods, a little dancing and delicious food helps this couple see that love is there when you least expect it.


She’s been burned and is starting anew. He is content with being the lone artist that he is. One building, two apartments and a sailing trip, change the course of their lives forever. 

Former ballerina turned chef Victoria Jones has had her share of heartache and is looking forward to focusing on her catering business. Quintin Lord, an artist gets an unexpected visit from Victoria regarding his music, fireworks begin to go off. Dealing with the loss of her dance career, her child and her husband has shattered Victoria. But Quintin knows that behind those sad eyes is a passionate women waiting to be let loose. Will these neighbors remain friendly? Or can Quintin convince Victoria that she hasn’t lost everything that she thought she did?


Quintin and Victoria’s story “Home Sweet Home” was originally a book all by itself. In 2005 it was re-released with All MY Tomorrows to give you two great stories about a  brother and sister who find love even in the midst of their flourishing careers.


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