Book Three in The Outback Bachelor Ball Series
Sometimes it pays to wait for the things you want, even if it’s the hardest thing you ever do.
Beth Walker hasn’t just been burned by her philandering country music star ex, she’s been barbecued to a crisp. Coming home to Australia and into the arms of her best friends is exactly the balm she needs. Cocktails and laughter at an Outback Bachelor and Spinster Ball seem like the perfect distraction. Until she bumps into the last person she wants seeing her heartsick and pathetic — Jonah Masters, rising country music star and witness to the failure of her marriage. If only she’d met Jonah first. Now she’s broken and won’t ask him to wait until she heals.
Jonah can’t believe he and Beth are finally standing under the same stars. The connection they shared on the road years ago has haunted him but he wouldn’t pursue a married woman. Now she’s free, and Jonah can’t refuse the one night Beth impulsively offers. Can he convince the woman he’s always loved that he’ll wait — however long it takes — for her trust?
Wait For Me is Book 3 in The Outback Bachelor Ball Series. Don’t miss out on Book 1 – Win Me by Joan Kilby and Book 2 – Woo Me by Karina Bliss.
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4 stars — OK, this review is going to be short and unfulfilling, b/c my mind is just not staying attached to my body long enough to write coherent sentences. I love Ms. Mayberry’s writing, and thoroughly enjoyed this book too. I had a bit of a harder time getting my head wrapped around Beth and who she was, or it seemed to take longer than normal anyways. This could have been just a me thing though. Jonah, on the other hand, I enjoyed from the first moment we met him. He was uber sweet and understanding and patient and in the words of Beth “too perfect”. But it wasn’t too good to be true…like I believed that he could really be that good of a person.
As usual, the steamy scenes were delicious. And the banter between them when they were having fun was great as well. I even really enjoyed Bill and Judy, they made me laugh so hard.
So basically this was an easy one-click for me. Even though I didn’t always connect with the one MC, it was still a solid read.