Until Tomorrow

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Baker Publishing Group, Jul 1, 2000 - Fiction - 286 pages
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Christy Miller, an independent 19-year-old college student, is excited when her two closest friends, Todd and Katie, come to Switzerland to spend the summer traveling around Europe. The three of them have different expectations for the trip. As tension increases and time runs short, Christy realizes she soon must say good-bye to Todd once again.

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I especially loved the ending --- how sweet! - Christianbook.com
I love the ending..I can't wait to read the next one! - Christianbook.com
I hope you keep writing books w/ Christy in them! - Christianbook.com

Review: Until Tomorrow (Christy and Todd: College Years #1)

User Review  - Olivia Clark✨ - Goodreads

This book is amazing! I highly suggest it to all teens and adults. It is soooo amazing. Robin jones gunn uses a lot of real life problems and shows how we can show God through them! Love this book and this author! ❤️ Read full review

Review: Until Tomorrow (Christy and Todd: College Years #1)

User Review  - Shalom Lanphear - Goodreads

this is christy and Todd in the college years there are lots of up in downs .Christy ,Katie,and Todd got to Europe for three weeks , Christy wonders if her relationship with Todd is still something or ... Read full review


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About the author (2000)

Robin Jones Gunn has a passion for communicating God's love to young hearts. She began writing story books for toddlers when her children were little. Her husband, Ross, has been a youth minister for over twenty years. While on a camping trip with teens from their youth group, Robin found some of the girls hiding away in their tent reading a stack of novels they'd brought with them from the library.

Curious as to what could keep these girls away from the sun, surf and guys, Robin borrowed three of their books. As she read them, her heart broke. They were not the kinds of stories these girls should be reading! After the camping trip Robin went to her Bible bookstore and bought every book she could find that she thought would be interesting for the girls and have a good influence on them. The teens read all the books in a week and asked for more. "There aren't any more," Robin told them. "That was all I could find." The teens challenged Robin by saying, "Then you write some for us. We'll even tell you what to write!"

She has now written over 50 books, including THE CHRISTY MILLER SERIES, which has sold more than one million copies. A storyteller at heart, she is also a popular speaker and an active youth worker. Robin lives with her family in Oregon.

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