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Product Details

  • Series: Second Chance at Love (Book 2)
  • Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Whitaker House (August 9, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1603742085
  • ISBN-13: 978-1603742085
  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.2 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,320,948 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Vanessa Miller is a best–selling author, playwright, and motivational speaker. Her stage productions include Get You Some Business, Don't Turn Your Back on God, and Can't You Hear Them Crying. Vanessa self–published her first three books and, in 2006, signed a five–book deal with Urban Christian/Kensington. Her first book with Whitaker House, Yesterday's Promise, released in Spring 2010 and is the first book in the Second Chance at Love series.

Vanessa holds a degree in organizational communication from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. She is a dedicated Christian and a devoted mother who also serves in her church as an ordained exhorter. Vanessa lives in Dayton, Ohio.

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Vanessa Miller is a best-selling author, playwright, and motivational speaker. She started writing as a child, spending countless hours either reading or writing poetry, short stories, stage plays and novels. Vanessa's creative endeavors took on new meaning in1994 when she became a Christian. Since then, her writing has been centered on themes of redemption, often focusing on characters facing multi-dimensional struggles.

Vanessa's novels have received rave reviews, with several appearing on Essence Magazine's Bestseller's List. Miller's work has receiving numerous awards, including "Best Christian Fiction Mahogany Award" and the "Red Rose Award for Excellence in Christian Fiction." Miller graduated from Capital University with a degree in Organizational Communication. She is an ordained minister in her church, explaining, "God has called me to minister to readers and to help them rediscover their place with the Lord."

She is currently working on a For Your Love trilogy for Kimani Romance. Books in the For Your Love series are: Her Good Thing, Better For Us and The Best of All. She is working on a historical set in the Gospel Era for Abingdon Press. First book in Gospel Series, How Sweet the Sound releases in 2014, and a My Soul to Keep series for Whitaker House.

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Vanessa Miller is an excellent writer.
Charlene L. Amsden
This story is a testament of Gods true love for us and the blessings that he has waiting for us when we reach out to him.
WB
The story lines that you bring to light are real and I'm sure some people can relate to the stories that you tell.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Donnica Carter VINE VOICE on October 11, 2010
Format: Paperback
Serenity Williams cannot believe that her fiance has decided that he does not want to get married only a week before their wedding. Pastor Michael Randolph refuses to allow his soon-to-be wife to overshadow him and his ministry. Serenity has a popular Christian talk show and is reaching far more people than Michael. With that, they call off their engagement and Serenity swears she will never date another pastor. When Serenity's producer requests that she interview an up and coming pastor, she looks at this as her opportunity to out all pastors as being egotistical and full of themselves. Pastor Phillip McKnight is anything but those things, which shocks Serenity. For some reason she is totally drawn to him, but she remembers her pact to never date another pastor. Phillip makes it extremely hard, with his humble spirit and honesty. Just coming off a horrible divorce, he too, wants nothing to do with a serious relationship. But love has a funny way of showing up when you least expect it. Will Serenity and Phillip find love again in Vanessa Miller's A LOVE FOR TOMORROW?

Miller stays true to her amazing delivery of representing God's love. A LOVE FOR TOMORROW has parts that will make your heart stop. The characters have qualities that are easy to relate to and you want nothing but the best for them. On top of the great love story, Miller is able to infuse some suspense. What more can you ask for? This is book two in the Second Chance At Love series. Do not hesitate to pick this up even if you have not read the first book for it stands alone.

This book was provided courtesy of the author for review purposes.

Donnica Copeland
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 9, 2010
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A Love for Tomorrow is a wonderful look at life, love and religion. This book will teach you look inside your soul and remember to put God fist and he will help to guide you in life to what is best for you. Serenity Williams is a wonder sister with her life on the right track until something is caused to bring her life to halt and she is forced to evaluate and regroup. I have read all Vanessa Williams books and would not miss ONE!! She brings everyday life in a crossing intersection with love and religion to make life seem so possible for every reader no matter if you are a believer or not. If you love page turners and read life struggles, you will love this book and all Vanessa's others book. A Love for Tomorrow is a wonderful read for all.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pat Simmons on August 14, 2010
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Vanessa Miller keeps getting better and better with this romantic stuff in her series. I enjoy a happy ending and A Love for Tomorrow delivers. If a man needs pointers on how to romance a woman, ask Phillip. Two hints: gift card and dressing room. That's all I've got to say!
I cheered on Serenity as she refused to settled for less, and I loved how she depicted the life of a preacher's kid (PK).
Pat Simmons
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Monique VINE VOICE on August 30, 2010
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I really enjoyed this second book in Vanessa Miller's Second Chance at Love series.

Serenity Williams is a good friend of Melinda Johnson's, from Miller's first book in the series - Yesterday's Promise, which I previously reviewed. Melinda was engaged to a man who didn't believe that a woman should be a minister. She used Serenity's relationship with her fiancé to prove that a man can, and should, support his successful, and Christian, woman.

This second book starts off with Michael, Serenity's fiancé, calling off their wedding just a week before the big date! She's devastated, as any woman would be.

Pastor Philip McKnight is an ex-football player who is interviewed on Serenity's religious television show. He's the first man she's interviewed on her show. He's a single father raising his daughter alone. He's trying to recover from his divorce.

Serenity has endured many hurts, and is a little (okay, a LOT) jaded when it comes to relationships. So, when Pastor McKnight takes an interest in her, she doesn't appreciate it. When she's told that she's stand-offish when it comes to her studio audience, she doesn't appreciate it. She needs to mellow out - and maybe, just maybe, Phillip McKnight is just the man to help her along. If she will allow him to.

Like I said, earlier, I enjoyed this book. The characters were fully developed and Vanessa Miller made Phillip McKnight another one of those good men who are hard to find...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Charlene L. Amsden on August 31, 2010
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I loved this story! Finally, a Christian romance that showed couples with issues working their way through them. They sought prayer, meditation, scripture and advice from Godly friends and mentors -- just as the Bible instructs us to do in our daily lives. And, despite the fact that there was much soul searching going on in this book, there was also much action and much story. Vanessa Miller is an excellent writer. I highly recommend this book. It is a page turner that kept me riveted in my seat.
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Vanessa Miller spins a wonderful and realistic story of two heart-weary Christians with every reason not to trust love finding it again in one another. Talk show host Serenity Williams has nothing good to say about charismatic pastors after her fiancée called off their wedding due to his insecurity over her fame eclipsing his. However, one interview with Pastor Phillip McKnight for her show causes her to rethink her stance that all such pastors are as arrogant and ego-driven as her ex.

Phillip is still reeling from his ex-wife's greed and cold-hearted ways; the last thing he wants after she divorced him and took millions of dollars in the settlement is to fall in love again.

At first glance, you might see this as just another Christian romance where the couple you meet early on resists mutual attraction at first, get together and stay there in predictable fashion. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Miller gives us a realistic look into their individual hurts and how they are (or aren't) dealing with them. And, as they decide whether or not to indulge their mutual attraction, Serenity starts receiving threats advising her to leave Phillip alone.

Some of the twists and turns were expected, but this book was far from predictable. Both Serenity and Phillip have enough depth to make them likable and to make you angry with some of their decisions. It's an enjoyable read, and I recommend it to anyone, especially those who have read Miller's work before.
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