Over a decade ago, fourth grade teacher Tate Donnelly was attending college with the love of her life by her side. She had been certain, even then, that it was the forever kind of love. But she was proven wrong when he left her all alone to pick up the pieces of her life—and heart—when her entire world imploded.
Former Navy SEAL Miller Vaughn once had the love of a girl he thought would be his, and be by his side forever. Unfortunately, that only lasted until after he joined the Navy. Then she vanished, never to be heard from again.
Throwing himself into his training, he vowed to become the best, toughest SEAL he could be, and never let a girl get the best of him again.
Years later, a man who resembles a boy she once knew reappears in her life. A boy she had loved with her whole being. A boy who had eviscerated her heart.
Though much time has passed, Tate and Miller still feel that same “pull” they did years ago. When truths about the past are revealed, will they both be able to move on from their painful past … or are they destined for heartbreak again.
Can they remember when their love was the most important thing in their world
Remember When is the 3rd instalment in the Teach Me books, but you don’t have to read the first two to enjoy this book.
The series revolves around a group of Teachers and Ex military personnel and how much here lives inter mingle. I want a bunch of friends like this. Always there for you, kicking your ass to make you see sense and there to have good times and bad.
This episode revolves around Tate (the gorgeous but broken by her past teacher) and Miller (the stunning and devastated by his past) it starts with learning how they had been in a relationship previously and had vowed
“You’re it for me”
Only to break each other’s hearts. Can they find a way to forget and heal or will it all be too much. Is the pull still there and is it enough. Does life really encompass and conquer all.
I had a little confusion at the beginning as the prologue is written in the 1st, but the body of the book is written in the 3rd, I’m not sure why, it doesn’t however detract from the book.
Now as you know I’m not a fan of books in the 3rd and they have to have a damn good story line to keep my interest. RC Boldt has done that again 3 books in a row and they keep getting better.
I enjoy the change of focus from Miller to Tate and love to learn what both are feeling. Dual POV books are definitely becoming firm favourites.
I am looking forward to the continued banter between this specific group of friends and what happens next .
4 wonderful stars