The Trading Heartbeats Trilogy: Book 3
Publication Date: April 4, 2023
Follow your heart, even if it takes you all the way to Las Vegas.
For precisely $102 dollars, Mitch Benson and Lauren Templeton marry in a 15-minute ceremony inside a little Las Vegas chapel. Soulmates since elementary school, nothing makes more sense than eloping to Sin City for a secret wedding.
But seven years later, the brilliant glare from the city of lights has faded.
Scratch that. The bulbs are burnt out.
In fact, the wiring may have been faulty all along.
Bitterly accepting that their marriage is coming to an end, Mitch and Lauren stray further and further from the love that once blossomed on the playground of their youth.
Lauren sells her soul to Pier Ninety-Two, her once-fabulous restaurant in downtown Los Angeles now a sad shadow in the Saturday night party scene. And Mitch falls into the arms—er, legs—of none other than childhood enemy, Tess Browning.
Devastated by the direction their love has spiraled, Mitch and Lauren make one last trip to the city of second chances, hoping to turn their pennies into the million-dollar love they once shared.
Will their last roll be a miracle—or a mirage—in the desert?
Lauren Templeton and Mitch Benson have hit a rocky point in their marriage, complicated by a lack of clear communication. Standing on the verge of making a life-altering decision, they are swept up in a series of events reminding them of the past.
I’ll Love You Tomorrow is the third installment in the Trading Heartbeats Trilogy. Author Julie Navickas focuses each story around a Templeton sibling. Usually, I am very leery about jumping into a story out of sequence, but the author provides a perfect example of a standalone with this book. If anything, I had an increased desire to read the other books so I could watch the other couples pair up.
The supporting characters play an essential role in setting the stage for the drama that takes place between Mitch and Lauren since not only are the siblings close, but it is a close-knit group of six.
The challenges experienced by Mitch and Lauren are relatable. Lack of attention, different priorities, and frustration over failure to conceive all contribute to their tension.
Just as it seems like they’ve worked through everything, a curvy troublemaker wreaks havoc, threatening a reconciliation. This part of the story is fascinating because the troublemaker also appears in the earlier installments because of her connection to the Templeton brothers.
I’ll Love You Tomorrow delivers a spicy romance between two characters who truly belong together but have allowed their priorities to be skewed.
Julie Navickas is an award-winning, nationally recognized contemporary romance novelist, known for her keen ability to tell heart-wrenching, second-chance love stories through relatable characters with humility, humor, and heroism. She is also an award-winning university instructor and serves as the executive director of The Writing Champions Project. Julie earned master’s degrees in both organizational communication and English studies with an emphasis in book history, as well as a bachelor’s degree in public relations, graduating cum laude from Illinois State University.
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