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A Love Like This (The Remembrance Trilogy, #3) - Kahlen Aymes This book was part of a blog tour I received a copy for my honest review4 1/2 starsJulia and Ryan are married and happy together even though they don't get to spend much time together with their hectic work schedule they are still very much in love. One night of violence and a colleague trying to save Ryan changes everything. This female colleague insinuates herself into their lives and it begins to rip the two of them apart. When Julia reaches her breaking point and runs, the two of them are put to the test. Will the incredible love they share survive? This book is just, Wow is the only word I can think of to describe it. The love between Julia and Ryan is incredible to see and you can feel it through out the entire book. The problems they faced were what a lot of married couples have, trying to balance work with spending time together. Jealousy and having to deal with insecurities at times, it was refreshing to see a book where the characters talked things out and everything wasn't magically fixed with sex. I really enjoyed the book, but I did find myself continually getting frustrated with Ryan and his obliviousness towards Jane. I didn't understand how he really couldn't see what she was doing and when he noticed what it was doing to Julia, why didn't he man up more and put a stop to it sooner? Beyond that A Love Like This was the perfecting ending to this great trilogy.