Sunday, October 16, 2016

Review: Wait by A.L Jackson

Synopsis: She is his strength and he is her weakness. And this time he won’t let her go.

Edie Evans is gorgeous.
She’s also the definition of off-limits.
But that didn’t stop me from sneaking into her room to comfort her at night.
But guys like me? We destroy everything, so it should have been no surprise when I destroyed us, too.
The night I sent her running, I thought I’d never see her again.
Until I saw her standing like a vision in the crowd.

Austin Stone is dangerous.
He broke my heart and I refused to give him the chance to do it again.
It’s been years since I’ve seen him, and now I can’t do anything but stare at the gorgeous, tattooed man playing onstage. I should run. I know I should. But like a fool, I run straight back to him.
Our desire is overpowering.
Our need unrelenting.

She is my hope.
He is my weakness.
We should have known a passion this intense would burn us right into the ground.

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars.

Review: I knew right from the start that Austin's story would be my absolute favorite. The broken boy stole my heart in A Stone In The Sea and I was anxiously waiting for his story to be told. As per usual, A.L Jackson did not disappoint. Her books have always captivated me in a way that is hard to describe. Its an overwhelming feeling of awe, that just by reading her stories, you feel truly blessed to be given such a gift. She has a way with words that is insanely beautiful and magical! She is the Queen of the feels and let me tell you that I still get goosebumps when I think about some of the scenes from this story. Those of you who have read one of her books would agree with me when I say that A.L Jackson was born to write!! I wish I could rate this book 10 stars out of 5 cause thats how amazing it was. The only time I ever find myself highlighting or tagging a book like a madwoman is when I'm reading one of her stories. Seriously, I wouldn't be surprised if I found out that others have tattooed her words on their skin cause I have contemplated it a time or two. Who knows, it might happen someday but until then I'll just continue to admire her magnificent talent in print.

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