In 'Til Death Do Us Part - we meet Sam and Henry, and you would think that they have it all together, until the fateful day when Henry is in a plane crash. Omg, you could really get the emotional side of this as people were battling to get out of the plane, and Henry's reaction when he is handed a child as he escapes the wreckage. Even more so, when news of the plane crash reaches Sam, especially as the reports say there was no survivors.
In actual fact, there were survivors - Henry, two other men and the child that was handed to Henry. They manage to get to an island, and then the three men must work together to find shelter and food to survive.
I have to say, this part of the story, you will be laughing at some parts, especially with the child and Henry - even more so that the child has decided that Henry is the one that he belongs to. But you will also be feeling so sad for Sam, as you go through everything with him when he thinks Henry is dead.
For years the men and child live together on the island, and it is sheer fluke that they are spotted, and you really feel for them all, I think they had all decided that it was never going to happen. It was even worse for Sam though, as he was just getting his life on track and even so far as getting engaged - to then be told that they believed Henry was alive.
It was then a total upheaval for them all, Henry couldn't wait to get back home to Sam, but Sam really had to decide who he wanted to be with..... and he did finally choose Henry.
In From This Day Forward, it is then Henry, Sam and Aiden (the child) all learning to live together, but also where Henry and Sam find adopting Aiden legally has more than a few problems, and that is without all the changes happening in their lives.
I really did enjoy this audio, and I really liked this narrator too. I haven't heard any other audio by him, but I will be looking.