The Future of Our Past

Kahlen Aymes
The Future of Our Past

TOP PICKS


Publisher
Telemachus Press
Release Date
April 2012
ISBN
1937698971
Series
Book 1 of The Remembrance Trilogy
Genre
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, New Adult

SUMMARY
Julia Abbot and Ryan Matthews have been in separable best friends since the moment they met. Each of the fight an internal battle, unwilling to risk their incredible friendship, but unable to quell their deep (but secret) longing for the other. On the verge of Ryan's departure to Harvard Medical School and Julia's for her new job on the opposite coast, they are forced to face the undeniable truth of their deeper feelings and find themselves enthralled in a passion like neither has ever known.

The lovers are faced with forced separation, great distance, and others who try to come between them as they work to build the shared future they both dream of. When their lives begin to finally gel, Julia is offered a promotion that will jettison her career to new heights. Ryan is left angry and bereft as it will only postpone their reunion yet again. In light of all she has sacrificed for him, he can hardly deny her, and Julia is faced with the most difficult decision of her life. Will she chose the chance of a lifetime or the love of her life?

An incredibly beautiful and heartbreaking romance, full of passion and intensity that will leave you spellbound and gasping for the next installment of Ryan and Julia's story.

*Due to the sexy love scenes and some graphic language, NC17 rating*

So beautiful and precious. It's just absolutely amazing. This is the best book I've ever read and I will compare every book I read to it. Forever. The characters were so brilliantly written I couldn't help but fall in love with them and as I turned the last page, a little tiny piece of my heart broke." ~readingalittlebitofeverything,blogspot.com

OTHER BOOKS BY THE AUTHOR

Follow The Romance Reviews
Send us an email: carole @ theromancereviews.com
Ⓒ 2010 - 2018 The Romance Reviews. All rights reserved.
February 22, 2018 08:35 AM ( EST )