Remember When Three, By T. Torrest

“I’d spent too long in limbo.  It was time to put The California Plan back into effect.” ~Layla WarrenI’ve been in love with Trip Wiley since I was sixteen years old.
Yep. That Trip Wiley.
Academy award-winning actor, known philanthropist, People’s Sexiest Man Alive two years running…
It’s not like I’m some delusional stalker-fan. It just so happens that he was my high school sweetheart back in 1991.
In the years since, he’s simply been The One That Got Away.
We just can’t seem to get on the same page at the same time.
Our timing may have sucked, but the feelings had already been confirmed. Years ago.
At least his were.
He doesn’t know that I had chosen to love him back.
I need to fix that.
And I need to do it now.

Remember When 3 is the third and final book in the Remember Trilogy.
It’s a story about taking chances and following your heart…
and knowing that sometimes, you just have to learn when to let go.

**Intended for ages 18+ due to some questionable language and graphic sex.**
I am so so so happy to finally be reading the conclusion to this amazing trilogy.. and I wonder if it really was the conclusion???
This follows the continuing story of Trip and Layla.  Even if it was caused by a death, I’m glad they finally reconnected and Layla had a chance to explain things to Trip. This book really fleshed out the end for me, and wrapped up a lot of things that were previously left hanging.  The author did a fabulous job of tying up all those loose ends while still
giving you a completely new story and the last chapter in the saga that is Trip and Layla.
Your heart will completely break and be put back together again and you will find yourself screaming at the characters, no don’t do that.. and yet you know they are going to do it anyway, and it’s going to end badly… and it does.. and then yet they seem to do what you expect them to do anyway!
Full of emotion, this will keep you turning the pages and being sad when it is over.  I can only hope that these characters will be revisited, especially with the book ending the way it did… I can hope.