The first time Jayson Reece saw Chloe Schaeffer, he knew she would be his forever. He promised her then that he would show her how to live rather than just letting life pass her by. Now, nine years later, they've had the storybook romance, a picture-perfect wedding, and two twin boys to complete the family they always wanted.
But something is missing.
With two rambunctious boys, Chloe decides to be a stay-at-home mom until the boys are old enough to go to school. So, with her dreams of being a social worker put on hold, she throws everything she has into being the perfect mother and wife.
Jayson has a very demanding career as an Emergency Room physician. He tries to balance out his workload and that of being a family man, but lately his job has come first. Is he beginning to lose focus on the things that are most important to him?
Will Chloe's drive for perfection and the challenges of Jayson's career drive them apart? Or will they realize that love creates the perfection she desires and the balance he needs to keep his family together?
There's only one thing left to do. Jayson needs to renew his promise to Chloe and she needs to trust Jayson to get them back to where they belong.
A place where living and loving is required. Those only wanting to exist need not apply.
Would you consider the audio edition of This Is Living to be better than the print version?
I wouldn't say it's better than the print version, but it is a different experience.I enjoyed being able to listen to This Is Living, while doing housework.
What does Kylie Stewart bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Kylie Stewart brings a different perspective in how/what the characters are saying.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
This book is just over 3 hours, I think it could be done in one sitting if you wanted, however I listened to it over 2 sittings.
This is a sweet and touching story of what happens after the HEA, when a married couple encounters real-life situations. The writing is beautiful and heartfelt, and the couple are deeply real. Loved it!