Ladies of the Links #2 is the second book to this series by Haley Rhoades. While I did not read book 1, it was still easy to dive into this story and enjoy the storyline between Christy and Ryan. It was obvious from the intensity of the beginning that this story would be filled of passion and regret, and it only grew stronger as the story progressed. I absolutely enjoyed it. Christy was a joy for me from the beginning as a favorite character. I loved the writing and absolutely recommend. Perhaps would be even better if reading book 1 first. But either way, definitely worth it! Writing and plot was spot on!!
I’ll Love You Tomorrow
By: Julie Navickas
OMG, I loved this book so very much. I loved the first two books in the trading heartbeats series. BUT I loved this one the most. I could not put it down. I feel like Mitch and Lauren had such a relatable story on so many levels. I really was rooting for them and had tears running down my face through much of this book. That is how much I related to this book. I have read all three books but they definitely stand alone. By reading all three you get a deeper understanding of all the characters but you could read this by itself and completely understand it. I definitely recommend reading all three because if you don’t you’ll miss out on wonderful stories. Julie Navickas writes such relatable stories and characters who are so well developed. Definitely pick it up and get a book you can’t put down.
Love that endures
This is the last book in the Trading Heartbeats series. What a beautiful trilogy this has been. This last book is Mitch and Lauren’s story which is another roller coaster of emotions and a fight from the heart. With a past connection to build on there is so much more they need to endure. All the pieces just click as the interwoven storyline comes to a conclusion.
I’ll Love You Tomorrow is the third and final installment in the Trading Heartbeats Trilogy. You can see some of the characters/ couples from the first two books in the series mentioned here, but this can still easily be read as a standalone book. I would definitely encourage you to read the whole series though, as Julie Navickas has written interesting, realistic characters that are believable as they face the possibilities of love and heartache. You will definitely want to know more about how other couples found love. This book is a fun contemporary second-chance romance and a perfect way to end this amazing series.
Mitch and Lauren knew from a young age that they were meant to be together and they made that happen, but as the years have crept on they’ve grown distant and their marriage is suffering because of it. So many things can happen in your life that can cause couples to either grow together or grow apart. Julie Navickas has captured this so beautifully and with such emotion that I couldn’t help but be drawn into the characters’ lives. Can a marriage be saved if the divide has already grown between them? This is what Mitch and Lauren try to figure out as they both take a look at their lives, their marriage, and themselves.
Though I loved the first two books, I must admit this one’s my favorite. I loved the almost reverse-romance writing style in this book as we got to see not the couple coming together and a budding new romance, but we got to see an imploding couple on the brink kind of deconstruct their marriage to see if it could be reconstructed. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good getting-together romance just like the next person, but we had already gotten to see glimpses of their relationship in the previous two books, so it was nice to see a more realistic relationship that has suffered some trying to be rebuilt. I guess this also really struck me emotionally because I was like Mitch and Lauren and wanted a child, but had trouble making that dream a reality. I’m sorry to see this series come to an end, but am so glad I read it.
I’ll Love You Tomorrow: Book Three in the Trading Heartbeats Trilogy
Oh my goodness! I loved this book! My emotions are still all over the place after finishing the book and trilogy.
I unfortunately could understand what Lauren was feeling after she and Mitch struggle the way they are. The feelings of failure and self doubt are deep but at the same time failing to see how your actions also played a part in the current status.
I am so happy with how everything turned out and loved to see where life ended up for everyone.
I have been fortunate enough tobread all of the Trilogy and I’m looking forward to reading more by Ms. Navickas.
I’ll Love You Tomorrow is the third and final installment in the Trading Heartbeats Trilogy. It is finally time for Mitch and Lauren to have their story told, and it is a wonderful second-chance romance complete with twists and turns and a lot of emotions involved.
Lauren and Mitch knew they were meant to be together since they were children, and they made that dream come true many years ago, but now, that love they have always had for one another is in danger of imploding. I felt a compassion for both Mitch and Lauren. I could understand both of their points of view, and I would sometimes become frustrated with them. However, that is a reason I liked the book so much…the emotions! Life happens and sometimes that impacts a marriage, even a good one. I thought the author did a great job of illustrating that.
Each story in this series is different, but this one is unique in the genre as well. Instead of us meeting Mitch and Lauren at the beginning of their relationship, we are meeting them at the possible end of their marriage. I was already emotionally invested in them throughout the first two books, so I was hoping they would be able to find their way back to one another. The love they had for each other was still there; these two just had to find a way to continue their journey. It involved some deep soul-searching and maturing on each of their parts to find their new happiness.
I enjoyed the way the book was written. The writer included the couples from the previous books, and their inclusion really helped the story flow. I highly suggest reading these books in order as I think that will help readers see all the connections more clearly. I loved the epilogue. It really ended the way it should have…with all the couples. Without ruining anything, I can’t wait for Navickas’s next series…it involves someone from this one, and it involves someone I’m really curious about getting to know what makes them tick!
This is the 3rd book in the Trading Hearts Triology and wow what an emotional read. These books can be read as a standalone however some character are interwoven from the previous books so reading them in order makes the story feel complete as you are familiar with all the character.
This was a very emotional story about a young women who had it all. She had the love of her life and a thriving business but over time her business starts to fail and her marriage is on the rocks.
When a fire at her business destroys it Lauren has lost it all. Feeling lost and in despair she heads to Vegas. No one knows what happens in Vegas right?
With all the upheaval, secrets and things standing in their way can Mitch and Lauren rekindle their love or are some obstacles just too hard to over come.
I felt heartbroken for Lauren for all the pain she was enduring as Mitch was drifting away from her. I also fed sad of Mitch too because you could tell he didn’t want their marriage to fail that deep down he does truely love Lauren. A part of me was wishing them to pull things back together and at other times I felt their were better apart. This is definately a story that will take you on a rollercoast ride of emotions.
I have loved this entire trilogy! Each story is unique on its own with such brilliant writing. Mitch and Lauren’s story was no exception to that. Sometimes what is broken is broken beyond repair and cannot be fixed, but sometimes there is still a little glimmer of hope. Sometimes love might just be enough to put the pieces back together.
I’ll Love You Tomorrow by Julie Navickas is available now in eBook and Physical Book
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I’ll Love You Tomorrow is the third installment in the Trading Heartbeats Trilogy. “What happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas.” In this contemporary romance Lauren Templeton thinks she has it all, until she doesn’t. Her marriage is failing and her restaurant has burned down to the ground. Fueled by the flame of injustice, Lauren stacks her chips, ready to risk it all on red.
Julie Navickas has done it again! Her relatable, lovable characters have swooped me up, keeping me frantically reading until the very end. I absolutely love all of her characters, main and secondary. Each one brings just enough to the story to keep you guessing. I thoroughly enjoy the emotional roller coaster she sends you on in each novel. As a reader, I feel all of the emotions her characters do throughout their journey. My heart ached for all of the hurtful things Lauren endured. I am sad to know this is the final installment in this trilogy. I can’t wait to see what Navickas comes up with next. I highly encourage all romance lovers to get their hands on this trilogy. You won’t regret your decision!
I Love You Today by Julie Navickas is available now in eBook and Physical Book
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I Love You Today is the second installment in the Trading Heartbeats Trilogy. In this contemporary romance Austin Templeton has two strikes against him in the bottom of the ninth, will he strike out or hit a home run? After undergoing total heartbreak, Austin packs up and moves 2000 miles away to Chicago. Relocating in hopes of leaving the past behind him, he meets Casey, a spunky outgoing Cubs fan.
I Love You Today came just in time for baseball season for me. I love a good baseball game and a good romance novel. Having both in the same setting is heaven! The characters were down to earth, lovable, and relatable. Both brought baggage along with them into the relationship. Navickas writing style allows the reader to feel the emotions along with the characters as the story unfolds. I was so excited to read Austin’s story. I can’t wait to see what’s to come in installment number three. If you haven’t begun reading the Trading Heartbeats Trilogy you won’t want to miss out!
I Loved You Yesterday by Julie Navickas is available now in eBook and Physical Book
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I Loved You Yesterday is the first installment in the Trading Heartbeats Trilogy. In this contemporary romance Mavis must choose between the brother for whom she broke her own heart, and the brother who picked up the pieces. After an unplanned pregnancy at the age of 17, Mavis Benson skips town leaving Josh Templeton with so many questions and even more emotions.
I Loved You Yesterday is a second chance at love romance novel filled with love, hope, and forgiveness. This love triangle will take you on an emotional journey with the most complex characters. The plot twists will keep you on your toes, begging for more up until the very end. I Loved You Yesterday is Navickas debut novel. She has quickly won me over. I already have book number two in my TBR pile. I highly recommend this book to anyone who thoroughly enjoys romance novels, especially when they include a love triangle with twin brothers. You won’t regret spending the weekend reading this one!
I’ll Love You Tomorrow (Trading Heartbeats Trilogy Book 3) by Julie Navickas
I’ll Love You Tomorrow is the third book in the Trading Heartbeats Trilogy. I absolutely loved this book and had a hard time putting it down until I finished. I read the previous two books and definitely recommend reading them as some of the characters we meet in previous books. This one is by far my favorite yet. Her characters are well developed and very relatable and real. You could feel the heartache through her words my emotions were all over the place. This is Lauren and Mitch’s story. These two have known each other since she was six years old and have been married for the last six years. She has a restaurant named Pier Ninety-Two that she has put her everything into. And Mitch is pulling away becoming distant. Neither one wants the divorce but he doesn’t seem to want to fix it either. When her restaurant burns down she’s heartbroken over it. Can these fix their marriage before its to late? I highly recommend reading this book to find out what happens next. I can’t wait to see what she brings us next.
Another sweet story by this author. However, it does not start out sweet. In fact it reeks of divorce and sadness. This story is a little heartbreaking but so very true showing us the trials of married life and letting “life” just pass on by.
Mitch and Lauren have been together for YEARS. And their story shows how those closest to us can be the first ones to be neglected. Relationships take work, marriages take work. Mitch said “But I don’t think either of us can deny that we’ve been together for so long, we’ve lost ourselves along the way.”
This story tears Mitch and Lauren down and then builds them right back up. It’s not easy. But man is it so worth it. “People grow and people change. But in the end, our soulmates are the ones who help us find our own souls.”
This is the third story in this trilogy and should be read in order as each story refers to characters from the other books.
Looking forward to what else this author gives us!
Reviewed by @shannonlovesbooks
This was a really good book! I’ve really enjoyed reading the books in this trilogy, and I’m a little sad for them to be over. I’m not sure which book I enjoyed the most, they were all very enjoyable and great in their own way. This was an emotional, second chance romance that I thought was a really good ending to this trilogy. I enjoyed getting the chance to enjoy this series and I’m excited to read more from this author in the future!
This trilogy should be read in order to properly understand the backstory. Mitch and Lauren are a married couple that are clearly still in love with each other but they are trying to figure out what has begun to pull them apart. Mitch thinks that Lauren has allowed her restaurant Pier 39 to consume her life and leaves no room for him. While they are on a trip to celebrate the engagement of a friend, Lauren gets a devastating call that her restaurant has burned down. Although Vegas worked its magic for this couple, will this new life stress tear them apart once again? I feel like the synopsis gives away a lot of the plot to this story. However, I really enjoy how the things that Mitch and Lauren are going through are actually relatable to real life. I have enjoyed all of the books in this series. I find the characters loveable and real.
Lauren knew at 6 that Mitch was her soulmate. After he got out of the Navy, they eloped in Vegas. A few years later, Mitch suddenly pulls away and Lauren finds her marriage in shambles and not sure how they got there. A family trip to Vegas seems like the perfect place for Lauren to try to get her marriage back. But a fire burning down her restaurant sends them going backwards again. Can they find their way back to each other? The book is written in both Lauren’s and Mitch’s points of view per chapter. I didn’t read the first 2 books and didn’t feel like I missed anything
In this kind of Novel, I love when the character feels like the happy ending is at the beginning of the story. I thought that too when I read the part about Lauren falling in Love with Mitch at six years old. I was like aww that is cute but that really never happens, does it?
But like any other story fairy tales only last for a while especially for Lauren and Mitch. I truly did not like how Mitch can do that to her. Treating her like a queen and then like nothing. I am glad that Lauren kept on going and not letting Mitch ruin her, but that is what I thought.
Poor Lauren towards more at the end of the story reality hits harder for Lauren when her hard-working restaurant went down in flames and her marriage. I never thought that I can feel her pain until that happened to her, letting her emotions take the best of her into gabbling her life away.
An amazing story that I would recommend to anyone but start with the 1st book. The author did an amazing job, it kept my eyes watery for most of it.
<a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/122768266-i-ll-love-you-tomorrow” style=”float: left; padding-right: 20px”><img border=”0″ alt=”I’ll Love You Tomorrow (The Trading Heartbeats Trilogy #3)” src=”https://i.gr-assets.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/books/1676857554l/122768266._SX98_.jpg” /></a><a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/122768266-i-ll-love-you-tomorrow”>I’ll Love You Tomorrow</a> by <a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/21857451.Julie_Navickas”>Julie Navickas</a><br/>
My rating: <a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/5524864149″>4 of 5 stars</a><br /><br />
Lauren and Mitch have known each other since kindergarten/ first grade. Even back then Lauren just knew he was going to be her everything. In this story we are 20 or so years past the fateful day on the playground and these two had gotten hitched in Vegas. Everything was going well, or so Lauren thought, until Mitch states pulling away from her. Not only is she confused but she is extremely hurt by his sudden change in behavior. What happened? In order to take her mind off her failing relationship she begins to pour all of her passion into her restaurant, Pier Ninety-Two. All of her dreams go up in smoke when a grease fire burns it to the ground. Now what will she do?
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I love the cover ! I love the dedication! I love what’s between the pages even more ❣️📚
So when we meet Lauren she’s literally hanging on by a thread and even my tired is tired for her , my flustered is flustered for her and my heart goes out to her ….she feels like she’s loosing Mitch , her marriage , the restaurant and their dreams ….
Mitch comes from a more humble background than Lauren and I get that he has insecurities but there were moments where I just wanted to shake him and remind him Lauren chose him over everyone and everything else but I get his heart and then he realises life and love is about giving and taking and both him and Lauren do that near the end and man they’re just awesome and deserve every moment of happiness after all they’ve been through ….
Lauren is so determined to show her parents she can make it on her own and not live in her brothers shadows that she almost looses the most precious thing in her life but thankfully through their toils they find their way back to each other …
Before papers can be drawn up and signed they head to Vegas to be there for their friends /family when they get engaged and they agree to see what happens there for them as it holds special memories and again my heart just melts ….
This was a reminder how quickly things can go south and we need to make time for each other in our marriage and relationships , sometimes we get so busy trying to prove ourselves that we actually loose sight . I loved every page and boy did I cry but I also laughed and being part of these people is such a treat 🏼 they have such supportive friends and family , they’re so loved 🥰
I’ll Love You Tomorrow is the 3rd book in the Trading Heartbeats trilogy. It can prob be read as a stand alone, but it is better enjoyed as a series. There is a lot of overlapping info from previous stories, and the rocky marriage of Mitch and Lauren started in previous books. There is also the ground work for who is who and background and relationships. I really enjoyed this series so I was excited to read the final book on the Templeton kids. The story was kind of what I expected but not exactly how I expected it. There are a lot of ups and downs, but overall I really loved it. The characters are all wonderful. I enjoy the closeness Lauren has with her brothers, as well as their wives. I really felt for Lauren in this book. She is in a hard place, having to choose between her dream and her dream man, and is struggling. I look forward to more from the author, in other series, as I think this one is wrapped up.
Reviewed by @way2gosmartguy
Lauren is feeling down on her luck in everything going on in her life. Her marriage is in jeopardy, her restaurant is possibly on the brink of closing due to the new restaurant across the street. Her employees are being recruited by said new restaurant. Things seem to be going right for everyone else, why not her? What else could happen in her life? Will she be able to fix her marriage with Mitch?
Having read and enjoyed the previous two books in this series I was looking forward to this third instalment and I was not disappointed. Although part of a trilogy it can be read as a standalone story, however the characters do appear in all three books. Lauren and Mitch married twenty years after meeting age six and knowing they were soul mates. They married at a cheap Vegas wedding chapel, but for Lauren her modest wedding ring diamond was brighter than all the lights in Sin City! However, after the honeymoon years the wedded bliss faded leaving Lauren unsure why Mitch has pulled away from her. She puts all her time and energy into her restaurant, Pier Ninety-Two, in downtown Los Angeles.
Unfortunately the restaurant which used to be swanky and successful is now only just surviving, a bit like Lauren and Mitch’s marriage. A grease fire at the restaurant burns Pier Ninety-Two to the ground, leaving Lauren devastated and having to deal with the legal and financial consequences. Already confused by Mitch’s behaviour, Lauren is heartbroken by both the loss of her marriage and the restaurant. Mourning her past life and loves, she decides to head for Vegas and stack her chips, ready to risk it all on red. As usual the characters are so well defined that I felt as though they were friends and I was invested in their relationship. I was taken on an emotional rollercoaster whilst reading Lauren and Mitch’s story which is both heartbreaking and heartwarming. This was an enjoyable and engaging read, and I definitely recommend the whole trilogy.
I have read books from this author and she continues to surprise me with her story writing. This is the third book in the amazing lthe trading heartbeats series. You can read this as a stand alone but there are previous characters in this story as well. I love that this author makes you feel like you are the characters in this book. I also love that she tells the story from both of the characters’ points of view. I could not stop reading this book until the end. I can’t wait to see what she will write next.
Lauren Templeton knew at age six who she was going to marry. She was going to marry the cute boy Mitch Benson that let her get the swing set she wanted. Lauren fell head over heels in love with Mitch and they said I do in Vegas. She is so happy so when Mitch decides he needs to step back from the relationship she is crushed. Lauren concentrates on her other love, her restaurant. She is loving her restaurant Pier Ninety-Two but tragedy strikes once again. Lauren finds out her restaurant was burned down by a grease fire. She now has nothing to live for but she decides that she is going to put it all on Vegas. Will Lauren get her dream back or will it all be destroyed?
Review by @heatherbass
This is the third and final novel in the Trading Heartbeats Trilogy and is 282 pages in length. This story follows Lauren and Mitch. These two have known each other since they were incredibly young. Fast forward a couple of decades and they are now a few years into their marriage. For some reason Mitch has become distant so Lauren focuses more on her restaurant. Until that gets destroyed in a fire and now, she is left with nothing. Pick this up today to find out what happens!
I’ll Love You Tomorrow (Trading Heartbeats Trilogy Book 3) by Julie Navickas. This is such a good second chance love story. Its Lauren & Mitch’s story. They have been married for a while and they are having a rough go of it lately. They have known each other since they were tiny and Lauren always said she would marry Mitch. Now that she has, she wonders if she made a mistake. Lauren opens a restaurant and pours herself into that and Mitch flips houses so he spends all his time there. When they decide to take a trip to Vegas again they realize how much they love each other and without all the “stuff” from home their problems seem small. Will they be able to work it out or will the past cause them to give up their dreams? This is a great series!
I really enjoy this author. I actually enjoyed this book and found some of the topics in it refreshing. I get tired of the beautiful stories sometimes and appreciated how real this one was. Everyone chooses their destiny and path, what works for them as well as what they are capable of forgiving. That was something that even though I wasn’t a huge fan of Lauren, I appreciated the realness of this story.
This is book three of the series. These can be read as a standalone but honestly, they’re all so good you should just start at the beginning.
Lauren knew from the moment she met Mitch he was going to be the one for her. Was she a little young to know that? Maybe. But that doesn’t change the fact that they did in fact get married. As with most things, the shine wore off. The routine of marriage and working started getting in the way. Lauren doesn’t understand why Mitch seems so distant from her but she’s got her restaurant to pour all her energy into. Will this be the last straw for their marriage or will they be able to rebuild?
I really enjoyed this book. There was a lot of emotion and up and downs that I was on the edge of my seat waiting to find out what would happen with Lauren and Mitch. I finished this book so quick! I was sucked in! It’s so well written you immediately feel like you have a stake in what happens to these characters. I highly recommend!
I absolutely LOVED this conclusion to the Trading Heartbeats Trilogy! Mitch and Lauren are such wonderful characters and you will feel every step they take along this emotion filled journey right along with them. I swear this amazingly talented author just gets better and better with every book written. I truly couldn’t put this down because I had to know what was going to happen but then of course at the end I was sad to say goodbye! I highly recommend reading the entire trilogy to fully understand and enjoy all the characters and every element of the storyline.
Wow! What a wonderful finish to the trilogy! I’ll Love You Tomorrow is Lauren and Mitch’s story. Lauren and Mitch have known each other since childhood, so marriage was a natural progression. The wedded bliss has faded; Lauren wrestles 24/7 keeping her restaurant afloat, and Mitch has become distant.
I’ll Love You Tomorrow was a page-turner. The characters and story are well-written. You cannot help but to root for this couple! This is a trilogy that I will read over again!
This is the third and final book in this trilogy and what a book to end it on. I loved the first two books in the series and couldn’t wait to get started on this one and I wasn’t disappointed. This story was about Mitch and Lauren. Both of these characters were clearly struggling in their marriage and their journey in this story wasn’t the easiest but I was rooting for them all along because it was clear that they still loved each other but had just lost their way with the relationship. Yes they both made mistakes but reading about them and waiting to see if they would find their way back to each other kept turning the pages for sure. The authors writing was again flawless in this book and I am definitely going to be eagerly awaiting whatever she may come out with next.
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