Release Blitz with Review: The Truth About Tomorrow by B.Celeste

August 2, 2019

Title: The Truth About Tomorrow
Author: B. Celeste
Genre: Taboo Forbidden Romance/Age Gap
Release Date: August 2, 2019


Age is just a number.

Just like he's just a boy and I'm just a girl.

Except that's not true, is it?

Because fifteen may be a number, but it's bigger than that. Bigger than us.

It's a number that separates us.

An excuse that keeps us apart.

But I'm not willing to give in until I get what I want.

After all, how many other girls can bring a grown man to his knees with one little smile?

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The Truth about Tomorrow will send you on an emotional spiral that you won’t see coming. This is not your regular forbidden romance story where two people who are wrong for each other in society's eyes, tries their best not to give into temptation but fails. This story was so much more. Falling was the easy part. But the aftermath and healing process is what made this stand on it’s very own. 

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Oliver James has had everything that a kid could ever want growing up. Loving parents who had a successful business, a best friend who was like a brother, and an adopted sister whom he would’ve done anything for just to see her happy. But beneath it all, there was always something missing for him and he knew it was vital. Making the decision to move to Chicago and be on his own instead of working for his father’s company was an adjustment but one that he has never regretted. Having a good relationship with his family despite the move, means everything to Ollie especially the bond that he has with Charlie. But things are about to get a whole lot complicated when she moves to Chicago for a while and for Ollie and Charlie, they will head into something much more forbidden.

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Finally knowing what it’s like to have a normal family ,Charlie Tucker now has three things that makes her happy: Her adoptive parents, playing music, and her best friend Ollie. A teenager should have a best friend who’s fifteen years older than they are right? But for Ollie and Charlie, they have this unexplainable bond that solidified their friendship from the moment they met and they haven’t looked back since. But that line that they’ve so carefully put in tact, slowly becomes obliterated with one moment.

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I have been not so patiently waiting for this book because I knew that this author was going to bring it when it came to the forbidden relationship between Charlie and Ollie and I was practically drooling with need!! She gave me more than what I was expecting when it came to their dynamic and I loved the fact that she didn’t hold back in this story. I felt like she was a bit guarded in the first book but she certainly threw the gloves off for this one and I was happy that she did that. 

Ollie and Charlie's relationship was more than complicated and so wrong in other people’s eyes and even our own on so many levels but there was this one big thing that not matter how hard we tried to overlook it and pretend it didn’t exist, it was there like a blaring siren. They loved each other and I’m not talking about that superficial kind of love. These two scared the fuck out of me with their love. It was dangerous because their love had the potential to destroy so many lives in that moment but you felt it. You felt their heart breaking in the process, you saw the sacrifices coming and through it all, you held your breath because their love?... It gave you goosebumps. Their love showed you hope, and their love… was timeless.

If you’re like me and you love an emotional forbidden romance, then I highly recommend you try this one.


“Show me how to play,” I say.
Her body leans back as her brows pinch with a dubious stare. “You want me to teach you how to play piano?”
I nod. “The song you played. I like it.”
She blinks, brushing her fingers through her hair. “It’s about learning to love people’s faults and pain for what they are. Beautiful.”
My head cocks. “Why is that?”
She wets her bottom lip. “I guess when you love someone, you don’t get to choose which parts. You’re getting every single piece of their being, scarred or not.”
Her eyes trail to her hand, scarred with white and pink marks. My fingers graze over each one, causing her to suck in a breath and freeze as I caress the marred flesh. They’re rougher than the rest of her hand, but part of her nonetheless.
Meeting her eyes, we stay like that for a few long moments. Neither of us says a thing or moves an inch. We just remain touching, staring, being there in one another’s company.
Then I pull away. “What are the keys I need to learn for the song?”
She exhales then shows me the basics.
It’s a silent admission between us.
Your scars are beautiful, Charlie. 

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Author Bio

B. Celeste is the alter ego of Barbara C. Doyle.

Her obsession with forbidden romance enabled her to pave a path into a new world of love, sex, sin, and angst.

Her debut novel is The Truth about Heartbreak.

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