Title : Wait For It
Author : Molly O’Keefe
Series : Everything I Left Unsaid #4
Release date : February 28th 2017
Rating : 5 Stars
Blurb : In a blistering novel of raw emotion and desire, a tormented woman teaches an alpha male that money can’t fix everything . . . but love can.
Tiffany : After fighting for a new life, I don’t want to play the victim anymore. However, with three kids to raise, I’m getting desperate enough to make a deal with the devil. My estranged brother-in-law, Blake, says he just wants to help, but he’s been trouble since I met him. I don’t know if I can believe this kinder, gentler Blake, and there’s a friction between us that has turned into the sweetest chemistry. He could be my salvation . . . or my downfall.
Blake : I haven’t always had Tiffany’s best interests at heart but I’m ready to make up for my sins. Besides, I can’t help admiring her: The girl’s a genuine survivor, tough and lean, with eyes of steel. But the more I get to know Tiffany, the more I want her. Every inch of her. Which means I’m about to make a bad situation a hell of a lot worse.
Review : Wait For It (Everything I Left Unsaid #4) by Molly O’Keefe (M. O’Keefe) is a really great addition to the unusual characters we met in the first 3 books. I have been totally into this series from the first ring of the cellphone in that trailer park.
And it was good to go back to those characters that I grew to really like. Even though I already knew the leading characters from the first books, I still feel that this book could also easily read as a standalone, as the author pays a lot of attention to details and will not leave any questions unanswered.
Yet she does that in a very subtle way that is helpful to new readers and does not bother the followers of the series. Tiffany and Blake went a long way from the first glimpses we had on their characters.
I must admit I totally hated Blake when I first “met” him … lol. So I guess that is a sign of a really great writing style that this character did a 180 in my eyes that I could believe.
But the same goes for Tiffany she is really different from the first glimpses I had on her. She is vulnerable yet strong and it seems no matter how much she must bend to the will of others, she will not break. She shows some real admirable traits during this book.
The reader also will feel like he can learn a thing or two from Tiffany along with Blake, starting from a general “how to behave” on to a “money can’t buy” epiphany.
I really liked the developing relationship and banter between Tiffany and Blake, it felt believable and real (under the given circumstances) and the author gave them depth and real character.
Ms. O’Keefe has a great writing style and I can not wait to see what she will come up with next.