Elizabeth tries to pick up the pieces when her marriage falls apart, but after an accident she finds that nothing in her life is as she remembers it - including her husband.
"I'd always played it safe, and look where it got me. My life ended the day he walked out the door. I just needed one night of recklessness to grieve the end of my marriage. I didn't plan on meeting him. What if it's too good to be true? Do people actually get the lives they deserve?"
From the author:
I'm a big proponent of happy endings. I think in a life that is so unpredictable, it's nice to know that our favorite characters will end up together.
That being said, From This Day Forward ends in a cliff-hanger. There isn't this great resolution that ties up all the loose ends nicely. Why? Because it wouldn't be realistic. Life isn't an old sitcom where every problem is resolved within the 30 minute time spot. Also, it wouldn't have felt right to rush the characters through certain emotions in order to get an ending that would please everyone. That's why I split it into two books. I know a lot of listeners hate being surprised by cliff-hangers, so I'm doing everyone a solid and mentioning it up front.
So sit back, and enjoy listening.