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Wait for Me by Tia Louise
Genres: Contemporary Romance
I should have told you this before...
Is there a time-limit on forgiveness?
If there is, I haven't reached it...
I still love you...
Taron Rhodes was my brother’s best friend.
He was sexy as sin.
But he was more than that…
He was ponytail-pulling, ice down your shirt teasing, throw you in the lake screaming…
Strong, tanned arms and bright green eyes over a heart-stopping, naughty grin…
Did I mention his tight end?
I gave him my first real kiss, my heart, my everything.
I said I’d wait for him…
I’m still waiting, because Taron Rhodes is still the man of my dreams,
And I have a secret that has his bright green eyes.
Noel LaGrange stole my heart when she was only eighteen—pushing me off a flatbed and calling me a city slicker.
Her brother Sawyer would kick my ass if he knew how many times we made out that summer, how close we got.
Everything changed when Sawyer and I joined the military.
We were honorably discharged, but I didn’t go to her.
Instead, I went back to the city… where no amount of money, no amount of pills can heal this wound.
Only her whiskey eyes and dark hair, her slim arms and her sweet scent, give me hope.
I broke her heart just as surely as I broke mine, but I’m going back to make it right.
If she’s still waiting…
(WAIT FOR ME is a STAND-ALONE small-town, second-chance romance with a guaranteed HEA. No cheating. No cliffhangers.)
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Oh my goodness! The blurb for this book is the biggest reason I wanted to read it. I am a sucker for a good second chance romance. Taron is Noel’s brother’s friend (say that three times fast!) and on leave after basic training They fall in love hard. They keep things a secret because they aren’t sure how Sawyer will react and because they want to keep their feelings to themselves.
Taron leaves again and Noel is determined to wait for him. His deployment i suppose to eighteen months so that really isn’t that long in the grand scheme of things. Except something happens, Taron is honorably discharged and instead of returning to Noel his heads back to the city to work for his friend Patton. Taron isn’t the same the man he was when he left.
I can tell you that I read this book with bated breath. I wasn’t so sure Taron was going ever make it back to Noel even though the blurb promises a happily ever after. The first half of this book has this amazing love blooming and you get all tangled up in that. Then the second half has your heart wanting to break and then put it back together again. Once again Tia Louise has written a masterpiece.