Author: T. Torrest
Series: Remember Trilogy
About the book:
You know how sometimes, your high school crush grows up to be an insanely famous movie star? Okay, probably not. But I do. ~Layla Warren
Back in high school, Trip Wiley’s fanbase only encompassed the denizens of the nothing little suburb of Norman, New Jersey.
Ten years later, all that is about to change.
In the summer of 2000, Layla Warren is enjoying her career as a journalist in New York City (well, sort of), while Trip spends most of his time grabbing Hollywood by the balls. In the days before what will turn out to be his skyrocketing fame, they’ll find themselves confronted with some life-altering choices.
Remember When 2 is the second story in an NA romance trilogy. It will bring you back to that exuberant and riotous time of life in your twenties when you struggled to figure out your place in the world and the person you were meant to be…
…and the person you were meant to be with.
Book 2 picks up ten years after the first one and a LOT has happened to Layla and Trip. Layla now works as a copywriter for a newspaper insert magazine and Trip is becoming a big Hollywood star. He's in town, shooting a movie, and Layla pitches the idea of interviewing her high school "friend" for a story. Only problem is that her boss is also her secret fiance and he tries to give the story to a regular reporter. Layla gets the go ahead and sets up a one on one interview in Trip's family hotel.
Trip walks into the hotel room and that's when things change. There is the girl he has always loved. Problem is, she is engaged to someone else. Can Trip convince Layla that they are meant to be together even after all these year? Who will Layla choose?
This book lagged a little for me in the middle. I LOVE the idea of seeing the relationship from the POV of their 20's and all the added roadblocks that entails.
**Warning - this one ends with a HUGE cliffhanger! Be warned that you are going to be angry, confused, upset, and will want to read the final book right away
My Rating: 4 stars