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Aubrey Gates is the hottest divorce lawyer in Chicago, a barb-tongued stiletto with legs that go on for miles. When her cool gray eyes meet mine across the battlefield, I want her like I’ve never wanted anyone or anything. Then I remember who she is: the woman who brought me to my knees, the woman who destroyed my faith in relationships, the woman I used to call...wife. And now she needs a favor from me, Grant Lincoln. 

It seems my ex forgot to mention the demise of our marriage to her dear old grammy, and now we’re both expected to attend her 90th birthday party...in Boston. And because it isn’t already awkward enough, Aubrey and I are driving there together from Chicago. That’s more than a thousand miles of tension, heartbreak, and barely concealed lust. A little piece of paper might say we’re over, but this road trip is the true test. I intend to get my wife back...and I won’t stop until “I do.”

©2019 Kate Meader (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • Pennie Morgan
  • 10-04-20

Then Came You

I LOVED this one! I have been cheering for Grant and Aubrey to find their way back together since the first book in this series. We could feel the chemistry was still strong between them even though they have been divorced for a couple years and now we get the back story and find out why they are apart. It is so sad and so needless they have been apart for so long but Grant volunteering to drive Aubrey home to Boston for Thanksgiving along with her crazy cat gives them plenty of time together. Especially after they are snowbound in Cleveland for an extra day. Add in a meddling grandmother and all the relatives and there is no hope but talk or fight. Will they figure it out before they drive each other further away? Make sure to read this one all they way to the end. The epilogue is GREAT!

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  • AlexAB
  • 26-05-20

I'm happy with this ending

I wanted to understand their story so badly, and I wasnt disappointed. Both had their issues to work through, but their love for each other never dimmed. And the snippets from their family lives made me understand their characters more. Just loved it all around. I've loved this series!

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  • Mrs D
  • 28-04-20

🎧 Aubrey and Grant 🎧

A beautifully emotional second-chance story of a couple of divorce lawyers whose marriage fell apart for heretofore unknown reasons. Third book in the series and I think Aubrey's moneyed Bostonian character is the best fit for Pippa Jayne. Jason Clarke has been excellent throughout, but Grant is also a great fit for him.

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  • serenechaosnyc
  • 13-04-20

Beautifully emotional

I really enjoyed this book for it's emotional punch. There's something to be said about a book highlights an event that can tear even the strongest couples apart and then the beauty that happens when they heal, slowly but surely. This book follows that journey. Aubrey and Grant had to overcome such a difficult event, one that caused them to divorce. Through the book, they realize their own roles in it and there were plenty of smiles and tears in this journey. It was a fitting end to the series and while totally standalone, the other characters in prior books do make appearances so it would be good to read in order. As always Jason Clarke is wonderful. He affect a really subtle accent (Grant is from the South) and plays all character well, deftly moving from one character, male or female, to another. He is truly a skilled narrator. Pippa Jayne does really well too- she is really great at playing all the characters. The only thing is that her Southern accent for Grant is really a lot stronger than Jason Clarke's is so there was an inconsistency between the two. Otherwise, these two were great.

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  • Frances
  • 31-10-20

I had the feels with this one!

This couple loved each other and had to go through some really hard times. I cried a lot during this book being able to relate to the characters. But how amazing to have this man not give up on his wife and keep trying to make things better. Loved it!!

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  • Christine M
  • 19-10-20

Good ending to the series

Grant and Aubrey's story was a tear jerker. These two had gone through so much and it tore them apart. Now they have a second chance and Grant is determined that they work through things. This is a second chance love story. I loved the writing and the story. I had a really hard time connecting with Aubrey though. She seemed like such a cold fish and I know that's what she was supposed to be, but I had a hard time with why Grant would want that. Never the less, the story is really good and Grant is a true book boyfriend! The narrators did a great job bringing this book to life. I really felt all of their pain as they story was told.

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  • Wendy in Texas
  • 22-08-20

Trio Magnificent

I loved all three books in the series. But this has to be my favorite of the three. I loved the characters themselves I cried with the characters I laughed it was just an awesome book. The narration was perfection. Could not of asked for a better audio.

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  • ReadingMad100
  • 01-08-20

A beautiful end to a series.

This is the third instalment in a series of 3 standalone romances – one for each of the three friends running their law practice together. You don’t need to read the others in the series to enjoy this one, but I recommend that you do because each story is lovely. My least favourite trope in romance is second chance romance. But in the hands of Kate Meader THEN CAME YOU was beautiful. And hero Grant lived up to the potential and more that had been hinted at in books 1 and 2 where he played a compelling secondary character. I enjoyed the whole story. If I were to criticise at all, it would be that I wasn’t convinced by the reason for the original break-up. And yet, the loving atmosphere in the overall book made it easy for me to overlook that niggle. Grant is from the South but I couldn’t tell when Jason Clarke narrated. I was reminded when Pippa Grant narrated. Aside from this, the narrating team was excellent as usual.

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  • AMD
  • 14-05-20

Great second chance Romance

I loved watching Aubrey and Grant get their story back to where it should be. It is hard on a marriage to experience loss, and divorce an time away was what they needed to get back to them. Readers were very good. Enjoyed this Audiobook.

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  • Katie Phillips
  • 05-05-20

Southern?

If I was the author I would be rather upset. She got an audio book where her southern gentleman is played southern by Pippa Jayne and played accent free by jason Clarke. I loved the first book in the series and I jumped over the 2nd so I could hear this one and I am super disappointed in the narrating. I love both of these narrators but either do a southern accent or don’t..... don’t have one narrator voicing Grant in a southern accent and then the other is speaking normally. I don’t care. He doesn’t have to be read with a southern accent I keep getting whiplash and reminding myself oh yeah this is the main guy he just turned southern this chapter. Wouldn’t someone talk about that in pre-production?! That being said this book was a lot more serious than the first one. I don’t know why but I didn’t think that 70% of the subject matter of this book would be (slight spoiler but good for trigger warnings for some...) babies and fertility issues. It’s handled very well and I ended up liking the story itself but I was expecting it to be different. Not lighter... considering something has to happen to break up their marriage but I don’t know I expected more witty banter and I felt more like I was getting repeatedly punched in the feels. Not a bad thing but I wish I was a little more prepared. All in all I did really enjoy this book. I will be listening to the second one now.... just wish the narration would have been more consistent.

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