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A 2012 Readers' Choice Awards Finalist in Romantic Suspense! A woman without a past… After a tragic accident left her with no memory, Kate Alexander struggled to fit in with a husband and world that didn’t feel right. She’s had no reason to question what friends and family have told her, not until her husband is suddenly killed and she finds a photo of a young girl in his of A 2012 Readers' Choice Awards Finalist in Romantic Suspense! A woman without a past… After a tragic accident left her with no memory, Kate Alexander struggled to fit in with a husband and world that didn’t feel right. She’s had no reason to question what friends and family have told her, not until her husband is suddenly killed and she finds a photo of a young girl in his office. A girl who can’t be anyone but a daughter Kate didn’t know she had. A man desperate for a reason to live… Ryan Harrison lost his wife in a plane crash five years ago. To cope with the pain of her loss, he dedicated himself to his job and to raising their daughter. Now a successful pharmaceutical executive, Ryan has everything a man could want—money, fame and power—but he’d give it all up in a heartbeat for just one more day with the woman he still loves. Two lives about to converge. As Kate begins to dig into a past she doesn’t remember, evidence leads her to San Francisco and puts her on the path toward Ryan, a man who sees in her the woman he loved and lost. Kate feels a draw to Ryan, one she can’t explain, but is that feeling enough to convince her this is where she’s supposed to be? As Ryan and Kate search for answers, they uncover lies long buried, a passion hotter than either expected and a danger that threatens…even now…when the second chance they’ve both been searching for is finally within reach.


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A 2012 Readers' Choice Awards Finalist in Romantic Suspense! A woman without a past… After a tragic accident left her with no memory, Kate Alexander struggled to fit in with a husband and world that didn’t feel right. She’s had no reason to question what friends and family have told her, not until her husband is suddenly killed and she finds a photo of a young girl in his of A 2012 Readers' Choice Awards Finalist in Romantic Suspense! A woman without a past… After a tragic accident left her with no memory, Kate Alexander struggled to fit in with a husband and world that didn’t feel right. She’s had no reason to question what friends and family have told her, not until her husband is suddenly killed and she finds a photo of a young girl in his office. A girl who can’t be anyone but a daughter Kate didn’t know she had. A man desperate for a reason to live… Ryan Harrison lost his wife in a plane crash five years ago. To cope with the pain of her loss, he dedicated himself to his job and to raising their daughter. Now a successful pharmaceutical executive, Ryan has everything a man could want—money, fame and power—but he’d give it all up in a heartbeat for just one more day with the woman he still loves. Two lives about to converge. As Kate begins to dig into a past she doesn’t remember, evidence leads her to San Francisco and puts her on the path toward Ryan, a man who sees in her the woman he loved and lost. Kate feels a draw to Ryan, one she can’t explain, but is that feeling enough to convince her this is where she’s supposed to be? As Ryan and Kate search for answers, they uncover lies long buried, a passion hotter than either expected and a danger that threatens…even now…when the second chance they’ve both been searching for is finally within reach.

30 review for Wait for Me

  1. 4 out of 5

    Karla

    4 Fabulous Freebie Stars!! I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this story, and what I initially thought to be an unrealistic plot, turned out to be almost believable! Everything had an explanation. Okay, is it likely this could happen in real life? Maybe, it's a bit over the top, but I've seen stranger things happen. The author did a great job of allowing the reader into the lives of the characters, and giving us what we needed to put the pieces of the puzzle together. There was mystery, suspen 4 Fabulous Freebie Stars!! I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this story, and what I initially thought to be an unrealistic plot, turned out to be almost believable! Everything had an explanation. Okay, is it likely this could happen in real life? Maybe, it's a bit over the top, but I've seen stranger things happen. The author did a great job of allowing the reader into the lives of the characters, and giving us what we needed to put the pieces of the puzzle together. There was mystery, suspense, angst, and nice chemistry, between not one, but two couples, although only one couple was showcased when it came to the sexual encounters. There was one scene in particular that was only hinted at, and the reader was left out almost entirely, which bothered me, because it was a huge moment for one of the characters. However, I don't want to ruin this for anyone, so I can't really express my thoughts on this. Also, considering the circumstances surrounding the plot and the characters, the book should have had an epilogue. It felt a bit rushed in the end, but overall I have to say...well done!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alex is The Romance Fox

    A love that never dies. A love story that survives anything!!!! An almost unbelievable story but so compelling that it becomes somehow believable! Okay, maybe I am not making sense here…but let’s take a look at the storyline of this book. Kate Alexander’s life began when she woke up from a coma a year ago. She remembers nothing before that time. Her husband is killed in an air crash and her life is turned upside down when she discovers documents and a foto of a small child that looks A love that never dies. A love story that survives anything!!!! An almost unbelievable story but so compelling that it becomes somehow believable! Okay, maybe I am not making sense here…but let’s take a look at the storyline of this book. Kate Alexander’s life began when she woke up from a coma a year ago. She remembers nothing before that time. Her husband is killed in an air crash and her life is turned upside down when she discovers documents and a foto of a small child that looks exactly like her, that he had kept locked in his study. This has her going on a mission to discover what else had been kept hidden from her. Ryan Harrison, handsome and charismatic CEO of a huge pharmaceutical company had lost his wife, Annie, in an air crash 5 years previously. He has never got over her death, which caused him to become a hard and emotionless man. A twist of fate, kismet…whatever one calls it… the two meet and Ryan is adamant that she’s his missing wife. Kate is not sure, even though she feels some connection to him and his daughter, Julia. This is a fast paced story, filled with suspense, great dialogue, mystery, secret and dangerous doings in drug testing by companies, lies, deceit, family, love, humor and characters that you can sympathies with . I certainly did not expect the twist at the end…..total surprise!!!! I liked Kate Alexander and at first I thought Ryan Harrison was a bit of a dolt…make that an asshole. His reaction and behavior towards Kate was OTT most of the time but in the end I did warm up to him. Almost understood his pain and loss and how hard it was for him to find his lost love who remembers nothing about their life together. Adored Julia– let’s just say that at times the things she did and say were a bit…like is this kid just 10 years old!!!! But seeing her pain at thinking that she may lose her mother again was pretty heartbreaking. The other secondary character I loved was Kate’s brother, Mitch. He was a totally endearing character and I am eagerly waiting to read his story in the next book, Hold on to Me. My favourite quote: This is a really good read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Alp

    Hell to the NO! I didn't sign up for this! I hated the heroine. She ruined the book. I already tried to put myself in her shoes, yet I couldn’t warm up to her no matter how hard I tried. She was a cold woman. Too cold for my liking. I didn't enjoy the romance aspect of this one. And unfortunately, even though the plot was compelling, the writing was good, and the suspense part was brilliant, the rest was terrible. So, nope. Not for me. Hell to the NO! I didn't sign up for this! I hated the heroine. She ruined the book. I already tried to put myself in her shoes, yet I couldn’t warm up to her no matter how hard I tried. She was a cold woman. Too cold for my liking. I didn't enjoy the romance aspect of this one. And unfortunately, even though the plot was compelling, the writing was good, and the suspense part was brilliant, the rest was terrible. So, nope. Not for me.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Diana Hockley

    This novel started out with the prospect of being a good thriller, however I soon became disappointed when I added up the cliches, repetitions and unbelievable aspects. The heroine, Kate, does not deeply question her circumstances and we hear little about her life after her air crash or initially about the injury resulting from that. The unsympathetic hero Ryan, and "his" daughter are obnoxious to say the least. Nine years old and as nasty as that already, with no censure from her father? The min This novel started out with the prospect of being a good thriller, however I soon became disappointed when I added up the cliches, repetitions and unbelievable aspects. The heroine, Kate, does not deeply question her circumstances and we hear little about her life after her air crash or initially about the injury resulting from that. The unsympathetic hero Ryan, and "his" daughter are obnoxious to say the least. Nine years old and as nasty as that already, with no censure from her father? The mind boggles. I liked the brother and the lawyer, but couldn't understand why Kate's meeting with her parents, after being presumed dead for five years, was not shown after the initial phone call telling them she is alive. It appeared as though the author forgot all about it. I didn't like the unnecessarily explicit sexual bouts, as I thought they really had nothing to do with the plot. The time when the couple should have been hesitant and awkward with each other - bearing in mind that she doesn't KNOW him or any of them for that matter - they were busy leaping on each other. This had the effect of turning Wait For Me into a pretty normal romance novel in that respect. In my opinion, the author missed a great opportunity to turn this novel into a terrific, fast-paced thriller which could have thrived on the unusual and intricate plot alone. Very disappointing and left me feeling cheated because I actually purchased this book

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mei

    The story was sooo intriguing that I couldn't resist reading this book! Who wouldn't? *wink* A woman, without memory of her prior life; a man (rich, gorgeous... bla, bla, bla), crazy in love with his dead wife... What do you think? Who is the woman? Misteryyyyyyy.... The story is interesting and it should have made a very, very good thriller, but... to me it dragged a little. To much time was spent in inner, Kate's or Ryan's, musing about what is happening and why. At the beginning, Kate's perplexit The story was sooo intriguing that I couldn't resist reading this book! Who wouldn't? *wink* A woman, without memory of her prior life; a man (rich, gorgeous... bla, bla, bla), crazy in love with his dead wife... What do you think? Who is the woman? Misteryyyyyyy.... The story is interesting and it should have made a very, very good thriller, but... to me it dragged a little. To much time was spent in inner, Kate's or Ryan's, musing about what is happening and why. At the beginning, Kate's perplexity about what is happening is interesting and very true. What whould you do if the man who you thought was your husband is not your husband at all? What is all the life you're able to remember is just a bunch of lies? And on top of it: you don't remember anything two years prior... So she start searching for the truth... and discovers that, not only there's another TRUE husband, but there's also a daughter! And a brother! And in-laws, and friends she never remembered... Frightening, no? But... after this moment the story starts loosing its shine... Her reasoning, so very true before, becomes a stereotypical romance. Like: Ohhh.. I'm sooo attracted to him... But I don't want to be hurt... Ohhh... I wouldn't survive if he leaves me... so I have to leave him... No, I don't want to leave him... But I must... - you know the drivel, no? While all this musing goes on, they're investigating the why of her resurrection, because she was supposedly dead in an airplane crash. So how she survived, why she was in a coma, who her (view spoiler)[supposedly (hide spoiler)] dead husband really is, and so on. There should have been a ton of things to investigate thoroughly, but instead they were just slightly touched. Much more time was dedicated to musings, broken hearts, emotions... There were also some TSTL actions, both done by Kate and Simone (her councelor friend): (view spoiler)[when you're dealing with a conspiracy whould you go shopping? Or flying by herself to Vancouver to search for a suspect? (hide spoiler)] Than there's the issue of her new-found daughter: Julia. I had the feeling she was 16, insead we're told she's 9... I don't know, but I wouldn't think a 9 years old girl could reason like she did. (view spoiler)[ “You heard me. Stop seeing my dad. You don’t love him. You know you don’t. The longer you let this go on, the worse it’s going to be when you decide to leave again. You don’t have any idea what he was like before. I don’t want to go through that again!” (hide spoiler)] Obviously, the chemistry between Kate and Ryan is sizzling and the sex scene are good, but I must admit I liked better the side-romance between Mitch and Simone. Summing it all, the character I liked most was the brother: Mitch! He was funny, not overly complicated, straitforward, obviously gorgeous (but, hey, it's a romace novel!)... His actions make sense! Well, now you'll ask yourself why the 4 stars... well, it was interesting and the writing was good. I think it could have been much better if it was longer and more time dedicated to the thrilling/mistery part and less on inner dialogues!

  6. 5 out of 5

    fleurette

    This is a pretty good story. Not my first book by Elisabeth Naughton, I’ve read a book in her other series, but I think I liked this more. The plot is really good. And, let’s be honest, for a book in this genre, it’s something to say. What's even stranger, I really liked it although I usually do not like the idea of amnesia in my books. They are rarely well-introduced and the cause of amnesia is even less likely to make any sense. But in this case it is completely different. We meet Kate when her This is a pretty good story. Not my first book by Elisabeth Naughton, I’ve read a book in her other series, but I think I liked this more. The plot is really good. And, let’s be honest, for a book in this genre, it’s something to say. What's even stranger, I really liked it although I usually do not like the idea of amnesia in my books. They are rarely well-introduced and the cause of amnesia is even less likely to make any sense. But in this case it is completely different. We meet Kate when her husband dies in an plane accident. Kate suffers from amnesia and can not remember anything that happened before two years ago when she came out of a coma. Searching through the documents of her late husband, she discovers that her life before the accident may not have looked the way her husband said. Kate decides to discover the truth. The picture of problems related to amnesia that Kate is suffering from is done very well. I am very glad that this problem has not been treated sketchily and the emphasis is not even on the mere loss of memories but on the attempt to adapt to a new life and find your place in a new situation. (view spoiler)[Kate feels very lost in her new reality, she is overwhelmed by expectations for her. An interesting aspect is her personality change. I am very happy of these emotional dilemmas and of the fact that the heroine does not enter into old life without problems, as it happens in many other books. It is also probably one of the few books in which a person with amnesia does not regain her/his memory and almost certainly will never recover. I believe that gives more realism to this story. (hide spoiler)] As for the suspense, it could be a little more thought-out and less detached from reality. Then when it comes to romance, the feelings between Ryan and Kate change in the blink of an eye, however for some reason they are real. I do not have the impression that everything has happened too fast and I believe in the depth of feelings between Ryan and Kate, especially considering their past that affects their current relationship. One thing I definitely don’t like is the last chapter. It is quite sappy and somehow does not fit the rest of the book that is not so much melodramatic. All in all, this is a very good story, I totally recommend.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mo

    Really liked this one. First time reading this author. OK, we might have to suspend the disbelief a bit with the storyline but that's what fiction is all about. Loved the main characters, the cheeky 9 year old daughter, even the little we saw of the mother in law. Great secondary characters in the brother and the lawyer. Have never read this author before but the storyline flowed and of course we got our HEA. Not sure what her other stuff is like - is it contemporary? Some of you got it as a Fre Really liked this one. First time reading this author. OK, we might have to suspend the disbelief a bit with the storyline but that's what fiction is all about. Loved the main characters, the cheeky 9 year old daughter, even the little we saw of the mother in law. Great secondary characters in the brother and the lawyer. Have never read this author before but the storyline flowed and of course we got our HEA. Not sure what her other stuff is like - is it contemporary? Some of you got it as a Freebie but I paid for it - and it was worth it. What to read next is the question!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    One of these days I'm going to learn that freebies are all too frequently not worth the price. If you can overlook the technical errors such as grammar, improper word usage ("alone" when the word is "along," "sinking suspicion" when the popular phrase is "sneaking suspicion"), and 48 uses of variations of the phrase "eyes slid shut," there's still the matter of a hero who is an angry jerk utterly uninterested in comprehending, much less empathizing with, the agony the heroine must be experiencin One of these days I'm going to learn that freebies are all too frequently not worth the price. If you can overlook the technical errors such as grammar, improper word usage ("alone" when the word is "along," "sinking suspicion" when the popular phrase is "sneaking suspicion"), and 48 uses of variations of the phrase "eyes slid shut," there's still the matter of a hero who is an angry jerk utterly uninterested in comprehending, much less empathizing with, the agony the heroine must be experiencing. She, for her part, is not particularly interested in either standing up for herself or feeling any sense of loss over her life prior to 18 months ago, or, indeed, in soliciting any understanding of her abduction at all, so I suppose it works for them. My understanding of the plot prior to reading this novel was led astray by the description. It would have been enough to show me differently just to know that the title "Wait For Me" was taken in substance from this demand, "Wait for me so we can "arrive" at the same time." That would have clued me in that this is not the psychological thriller it could have been, but instead was basically a trashy novel cloaked in the cliched trimmings of a dime store mystery. And I wouldn't have wasted energy being aggravated that she could just tell her 4-year-old son, off screen as it were, that, "Oh, hey, your daddy that just died in a plane crash was not your daddy. Here's your real daddy, deal with it on your own." By the time the author avoided the scene where Kate meets her parents I had given up looking for any sense, which is good because that's where it turned into the trashy novel the author was really writing. Not that there's anything wrong with trashy novels! (When they're well written and you know what you're getting into from the start.) But even after I gave up on the idea of this being anything other than smut, I still had to laugh at Kate's declarations that she "never thought she'd ever have a love like this" or statements to that effect. Yeah, never? When your life started 18 months ago? You never thought you'd have a relationship like this? The kind where the only thing in life that matters is that man you're lusting? Not your kids with that man? Just the "love"? Yeah, okay.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Belle

    SPOILERS.. not that there is anything new then what you read in the synopsis. The mystery, the passion, the heartache, the joy... THIS BOOK. This book had me gripped till the very end. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- What would you do if you couldn't remember anything in your past? Everything you knew about yourself was gone and all that is an empty mind. What if you had to be told who you were, where you grew up, who your friends and family wer SPOILERS.. not that there is anything new then what you read in the synopsis. The mystery, the passion, the heartache, the joy... THIS BOOK. This book had me gripped till the very end. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- What would you do if you couldn't remember anything in your past? Everything you knew about yourself was gone and all that is an empty mind. What if you had to be told who you were, where you grew up, who your friends and family were. What if you found out you had a son and a husband who had been waiting for you to wake up from a coma that you had been in for months. What if everything they had told you was a lie. This book made me think long and hard, about what it must have felt for Kate to lose every memory she had of herself. I can't even begin to think of how scared and frightened you would be. The frustration she had in the book when she just wished she had her memory back. I sincerely loved how we felt everything she did. How we felt her hurt, feelings of betrayal, shock and anger towards the man she had thought she was in love with, who had lied to her from the start. The confused feelings about the man she finds out is her true husband, and the daughter she left behind.. What a story. I loved witnessing the tentative love between Ryan and Kate aka. Annie. The absolute heartache Ryan felt when he realised the love of his life could not remember a single thing about him and his daughter cut into my heart. The shock and happiness he felt when he realised both Annie and his son were alive after all this time... well let's just say it is worth the read to watch how their love story grows. I give this book a 4.5/5!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kellie Maddox-Ward

    THE STORY Kate Alexander has the perfect life…. She thinks… Well her friends and husband tell her she does. Married to a successful Doctor for 7 years. Has a beautiful son Reed. A great job. She just wishes she could remember it... and fit into it…. Kate had a car accident a year and a half ago and now has amnesia. The problem is she can’t remember anything from before she woke up after 4 days in a coma. She is ridiculously smart and does well in her profession, the part of the brain that THE STORY Kate Alexander has the perfect life…. She thinks… Well her friends and husband tell her she does. Married to a successful Doctor for 7 years. Has a beautiful son Reed. A great job. She just wishes she could remember it... and fit into it…. Kate had a car accident a year and a half ago and now has amnesia. The problem is she can’t remember anything from before she woke up after 4 days in a coma. She is ridiculously smart and does well in her profession, the part of the brain that has been affected is the memory, she knows things but she doesn’t remember where she was when she learned it. No childhood memories. No College memories. No memories of her marriage to Jake. No memories of Reed’s birth. Ryan Harrison is a filthy rich pharmaceutical executive millionaire. He has more money than he could want. A beautiful daughter that means the world to him And a bevy of beautiful women. He is so unhappy. He misses his wife Annie. She was his soul mate. She was killed in a plane crash 5 years ago. She’s never coming back. He would give it all up just to have her back. There is another plane crash…. Kate’s husband Jake was on that plane. While clearing out his things after the wake from his office, she finds documents that just don’t add up with the life she has been led to believe she was living… The thing that freaks her out the most….. ..................... ..................... A photo of a young girl… A girl that is without a doubt is her daughter… that she doesn’t remember or know she had… Why hasn’t Jake mentioned to her? The trails of clues she keeps finding leads her to San Francisco, and straight to Ryan. Ryan seems to hate her…. but they do say that there is a thin line between Love and Hate MY HONEST OPINION From the summary it sounds like it’s going to be girl meets boy – they have sex- fight break up then get back together HEA light and fluffy read right? This book was throwing punches left right and center! Just when I thought I had it figured it out BAM Another plot twist. *Scratches head* ok so I was on the wrong track it must be blah blah BAM NO! They just kept coming! Stop trying to guess Kellie! What a breath of fresh air! I may have picked this up from Amazon as a freebie… but I thought it was just BRILLIANT. The Author had me hooked. It had the Goldilocks effect on me. Just the right amount of everything! It has everything I love, suspense, comedy relief, romance, great sex scenes, a hot guy, cute kids, drama. Several , POV’s, awesome secondary characters. I’m not going into too much details as I loved being constantly surprised by this book so I want you all to be too! As of today’s date 08/01/13 It’s Free on Amazon! So go and grab it!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Princess under cover

    It's not that this is bad, it's interesting enuf in the sample and I like the premise. But I'm just not in the mood to read about 2 people who are supposed to be together, love of each other's lives and all that, start off right after scenes (for him anyway) of having sex with someone else. I get it, I do, but just not in the mood to read that. It's not that this is bad, it's interesting enuf in the sample and I like the premise. But I'm just not in the mood to read about 2 people who are supposed to be together, love of each other's lives and all that, start off right after scenes (for him anyway) of having sex with someone else. I get it, I do, but just not in the mood to read that.

  12. 4 out of 5

    AJ

    Wow, this book took me by surprise. I don't read a lot of romantic suspense, but it’s been sitting on my kindle forever and I randomly started reading it today and couldn’t put it down. What an amazing story! I can’t really say much about the storyline, because a big part of this book is the mystery, with twists and turns all over the place, and my inner conspiracy theorist was going crazy! But it’s also a story about family and, of course, there is a beautiful love story, and that was something Wow, this book took me by surprise. I don't read a lot of romantic suspense, but it’s been sitting on my kindle forever and I randomly started reading it today and couldn’t put it down. What an amazing story! I can’t really say much about the storyline, because a big part of this book is the mystery, with twists and turns all over the place, and my inner conspiracy theorist was going crazy! But it’s also a story about family and, of course, there is a beautiful love story, and that was something incredibly special! After a tragic accident, Kate woke from a coma 18 months ago unable to remember anything of her life before that time. She is married with a young son, she has friends, but she is living a life that is less than satisfying. Her world comes crashing around her when her husband is killed and while going through his paperwork she discovers that her life, and all that she had been told since waking up, is a lie. Ryan is rich, handsome, wildly successful, and a single father to a precociously adorable daughter. But he, too, is living a less than satisfying life, having never recovered from the death of his wife and the love of his life, Annie, five years ago. When Kate’s search for answers forces her to cross paths with Ryan, their chemistry-laden encounter will change their lives in ways they never imagined possible. I love this story. Seriously love it! There were things that I expected, and others that were a big surprise, but I was mesmerised the whole way through. My heart was pounding through a huge portion of this book, and the big emotional scenes are beautifully played out. OMG, the feeeeels! I think I actually stopped breathing a few times during this book I was so caught up in the awesome. But as intense as the interactions are, they’re realistic. Kate and Ryan have both been through so much, and their coming together isn’t easy, but the way it’s done, and the emotions they experience along the way are completely, heartachingly, understandable. (view spoiler)[ “You look at us and see nothing. And we look at you and see everything.” *sniff* (hide spoiler)] The story is told in dual POV, so we know what they’re both experiencing and where they are both at, and I thought that Ryan’s story, particularly, was told really well. He is angry, hurt and full of fear, but from the moment the connection between he and Kate is made, he becomes a different man. Warm, compassionate, freer, he is committed to helping Kate find the answers she is looking for. He is also hotter than all hell, and totally swoony. “Tell me, baby. Tell me you don’t feel anything when you’re with me. Tell me I don’t matter. We both know you can’t, because this…you and me…this is all that matters.” Kate and Ryan’s families play a huge part of the story, the dynamics are sensational! Their children, parents, and especially Mitch, are all fantastic – and I loved that Mitch got his own little love story in there too! I thought the kids were pushed off to the side a bit too much by their parents (on the positive side, this allowed for a heaps of UST and some sexy time), but their contributions were gorgeous. “You gotta go after the things you want, because they might not be there when you finally pull your head out of your ass and realize they’re important.” The mystery element is full on! It’s a major part of the book and leads to thrills, betrayals and danger, but it’s all tied in really well with the rest of the story. It became heavier towards the end which, naturally, took away from the love story a little bit. That’s not necessarily negative, but as a die-hard romance fan, I prefer my focus elsewhere :P This is the first book I’ve read by this author, and I am really impressed. She does a great job of mixing drama, romance, humour, mystery and suspense, and I’ll definitely be reading more of her books in the future. I loved it – 4 stars.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Angelique

    I honestly do not undestand why readers gave this book 4 and 5 star ratings. I agree with other low reviews - It started out great and could have been a strong book because of the plot. I truly wanted to love this book, however, it became too rushed and chopped up. This is not a series so it was really disappointing that more time wasn't put into the story as the reader is left with alot of unanswered questions. It was also annoying that the lead female character was in a constant battle of not I honestly do not undestand why readers gave this book 4 and 5 star ratings. I agree with other low reviews - It started out great and could have been a strong book because of the plot. I truly wanted to love this book, however, it became too rushed and chopped up. This is not a series so it was really disappointing that more time wasn't put into the story as the reader is left with alot of unanswered questions. It was also annoying that the lead female character was in a constant battle of not knowing what the heck she wanted all the way until the end. I mean at first, yes, I undertand that is sometimes the thought process when one dives into love and has a lot of messed up life stuff going on but COME ON; the author wore this issue out big time. I love Comtemporary Romance novels so what also killed it for me was how the auhtor had this original story but opted for cheesy, borderline generic dialogue once the love scenes started. Especially when you have to wait until you're more than half way through the book before any romance related parts actually happen!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Saly

    This book had a very convoluted plot when it starts of the heroine is in her doctor's office getting her check-up done and wondering about her husband and how it doesn't feel like she is living her life and that her marriage doesn't seem right and then she gets the news the plane her husband was on crashed and he's dead and when people are trying to console her, she just wants them to leave and leave the city. While going through her husband's papers she finds disturbing information, instead of This book had a very convoluted plot when it starts of the heroine is in her doctor's office getting her check-up done and wondering about her husband and how it doesn't feel like she is living her life and that her marriage doesn't seem right and then she gets the news the plane her husband was on crashed and he's dead and when people are trying to console her, she just wants them to leave and leave the city. While going through her husband's papers she finds disturbing information, instead of a few weeks she was in a coma for three years and in a different city and she finds a picture of a girl who seems to her daughter, so she moves with her son. While trying to find information from the nursing home she was in she finds herself stone-walled and finds a lawyer who seems to think she is her friend Annie, who everyone thought died in a plane crash five years ago and who was married to Ryan, a big shot and had a daughter Julia. Ryan was shattered when he lost Annie, he loved her and the years since she is gone changed him, now he only lives for his job and Julia and is ruthless, no-one has managed to touch his heart and then he runs across Kate and his world changes again, he is angry over finding out that the wife he adores looks at him like he is stranger and his daughter doesn't want Kate in his life. Kate is meanwhile finding out her life was a lie, everyone expects something from her, her brother Mitch, her parents Ryan while she is finding out that her son Reed is Ryan's. In one word complicated. The world is a scary place for Kate and her daughter doesn't seem to like her while Ryan is hostile at first and she just can't reconcile that she could be deceived for so long. I didn't like Ryan's behaviour at first, he was a jerk but then he was going through a lot of turmoil but then he changes and become better. Kate too doesn't know if Ryan is seeing her or Annie and then there is finding out what happened to her, all threads lead to someone dead and it seems it may all be connected to Ryan. The moment when Ryan finally called her Kate was great because it showed her that he knew who she was and was falling for who she was and not who she used to be. I enjoyed the book once it got going and the romance came into play.

  15. 5 out of 5

    willaful

    Spoiler-free review. (And there's a lot to spoil.) Wait For Me is so seriously implausible, you might want to think of it as science fiction rather than romantic suspense. (I was, in fact, strongly reminded of a particular episode of "Star Trek: Voyager.") Once the premise is accepted however, it does an excellent job of showing what it might be like if this bizarre event actually happened, with results that had my heart breaking and my hands glued to my ereader. What happened is so awful, and t Spoiler-free review. (And there's a lot to spoil.) Wait For Me is so seriously implausible, you might want to think of it as science fiction rather than romantic suspense. (I was, in fact, strongly reminded of a particular episode of "Star Trek: Voyager.") Once the premise is accepted however, it does an excellent job of showing what it might be like if this bizarre event actually happened, with results that had my heart breaking and my hands glued to my ereader. What happened is so awful, and the characters are in so much pain, torn between fear and hope. Towards the end I was somewhat impatient with Kate; her confusion and fear were understandable, but she reacts in typical TSTL heroine fashion by refusing to consider that she's likely in danger, and then jeopardizes her relationship with her child in a way I found hard to forgive. Still, the story was utterly riviting.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Aman

    Reviewed @ Enticed by Books Holy Sh*t! Why didn't I knew that this book existed? It is THE BEST! Wait for Me was a coincidental read for me, usually I plan every week what I'm going to read, but few days ago I was surfing through Amazon freebies list, and this one in particular caught my eye. Maybe it was the catchy name or the synopsis indicating an a second chance relationship with a little bit of amnesia twist, whatever it was I'm so glad I found this book. It was so unexpected, and everything Reviewed @ Enticed by Books Holy Sh*t! Why didn't I knew that this book existed? It is THE BEST! Wait for Me was a coincidental read for me, usually I plan every week what I'm going to read, but few days ago I was surfing through Amazon freebies list, and this one in particular caught my eye. Maybe it was the catchy name or the synopsis indicating an a second chance relationship with a little bit of amnesia twist, whatever it was I'm so glad I found this book. It was so unexpected, and everything from the storyline to the writing to the character development blew my mind. I LOVED IT! Kate had a memory loss after her car accident 18 months ago, and everything she learned after that about her previous life was through her husband Jake. After his sudden death, she searched through his stuff, and discovers a picture of a girl who looks exactly like her. And that girls father is Ryan Harrison, who lost his wife in a plane crash 5 years ago. The years are mixed up, but what are the chances. I mean, we know what is going to happen, but watching it unravel was so exciting, and nerve-racking at the same time, and not the forget very emotional, thought I never once felt that it was a tear-jerker read. You feel very strong emotions towards the character, and for some reason it was very easy to empathize with their situation, and the credit for that goes to the author for writing it so beautifully. I'm one of those people who can catch a culprit within the first 30% of the book because they usually have a scene or reference in the beginning, but I literally had no clue who the bad guy was. It's safe to say that I was shocked with the discovery, therefore, suspense part gets a thumbs up from me. As for romance, I felt it. It took time for things to get in the right direction, and that is what I expected. There were some highs & lows in the relationship, and the ending made everything perfect. I love the power of fates! If I say anymore, I'll sound like an infomercial, so my advice to you is to BUY the book right now. Reasons? First, it's free on Amazon; Second, it is a full length 266 pages book, not a novella; Third, the story is very touching and believable; Fourth, it has great romance in it; Five, it has hot steamy sex in it, more than once, and Six, it is my unforgettable read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Aestas Book Blog

    Liking the sound of this one! BLURB: A woman without a past… After a tragic accident left her with no memory, Kate Alexander struggled to fit in with a husband and world that didn’t feel right. She’s had no reason to question what friends and family have told her, not until her husband is suddenly killed and she finds a photo of a young girl in his office. A girl who can’t be anyone but a daughter Kate didn’t know she had. A man desperate for a reason to live… Ryan Harrison lost his wife in a Liking the sound of this one! BLURB: A woman without a past… After a tragic accident left her with no memory, Kate Alexander struggled to fit in with a husband and world that didn’t feel right. She’s had no reason to question what friends and family have told her, not until her husband is suddenly killed and she finds a photo of a young girl in his office. A girl who can’t be anyone but a daughter Kate didn’t know she had. A man desperate for a reason to live… Ryan Harrison lost his wife in a plane crash five years ago. To cope with the pain of her loss, he dedicated himself to his job and to raising their daughter. Now a successful pharmaceutical executive, Ryan has everything a man could want—money, fame and power—but he’d give it all up in a heartbeat for just one more day with the woman he still loves. Two lives about to converge. As Kate begins to dig into a past she doesn’t remember, evidence leads her to San Francisco and puts her on the path toward Ryan, a man who sees in her the woman he loved and lost. Kate feels a draw to Ryan, one she can’t explain, but is that feeling enough to convince her this is where she’s supposed to be? As Ryan and Kate search for answers, they uncover lies long buried, a passion hotter than either expected and a danger that threatens…even now…when the second chance they’ve both been searching for is finally within reach.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Deanna

    This book had serious potential. The story was captivating at first, but about halfway through, it turned into smut which I didn't care for. Didn't care for the language either. I did feel the need to finish it just to see how it ended. Not impressed. This book had serious potential. The story was captivating at first, but about halfway through, it turned into smut which I didn't care for. Didn't care for the language either. I did feel the need to finish it just to see how it ended. Not impressed.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Judi

    4.5 Stars Well the premise of Wait For Me sure had me intrigued and eager to start this latest contemporary romance from Elisabeth Naughton. How horrifying must it be to awake from a coma, not remembering anything about your past life and having to rely on and believe everything you are being told by someone you trust, someone who claims to be your husband. Kate Alexander finds out one day when her whole world as it’s existed for the past 18 months since she woke up from a coma has been a lie. Bu 4.5 Stars Well the premise of Wait For Me sure had me intrigued and eager to start this latest contemporary romance from Elisabeth Naughton. How horrifying must it be to awake from a coma, not remembering anything about your past life and having to rely on and believe everything you are being told by someone you trust, someone who claims to be your husband. Kate Alexander finds out one day when her whole world as it’s existed for the past 18 months since she woke up from a coma has been a lie. But how does she find who she really is when she has no memory? Ryan Harrison was devastated when the love of his life and mother of his child Annie died in a plane crash. Basically caring for his young daughter Julia and growing his business into a multi-million dollar company has occupied his every waking thought. Now five years, he gets the shock of his life when he finds a living reincarnation of his dead wife standing on the street in front of his house. Shocker alert! Wait for Me is choke full of emotion. Disbelief, anger, betrayal, shock, and awe as lives of mothers and fathers, siblings and children are in total upheaval once the results are conclusive that Kate Alexander is indeed Annie Harrison. How is it all possible? What happened to a pregnant Annie Harrison the day she was supposed to have boarded a plane that crashed, her personal effects found in the rubble of the plane? Someone went to a lot of effort and trouble to make it appear as if Annie Harrison had died. Kate Alexander is physically Annie, but emotionally she’s Kate and that causes a lot of issues for her brother Mitch, her daughter Julia who is distant, hostile and refuses to believe Kate is really her mom. And then there’s Ryan – her husband...a man she can’t remember. He’s angry and wants his wife back, but really even though she didn’t technically die in a plane crash – Annie Harrison as she existed 5 years ago has ceased to exist and it's a bitter pill for Ryan to swallow. He still loves Kate/Annie no matter what she is calling herself these days. There were lots of emotional moments, both heart-wrenching and hopeful in Wait For Me as Ryan and Kate try to rebuild. Not what they once had since that relationship vanished along with Annie’s memory, but a new relationship based on the people they’ve become 5 years after the tragic event. And Kate’s got a mountain to clime trying to win back the love and trust of her 9 year old daughter Julia. So much angst and emotion. I didn’t want to put this book down. I wanted to find out right along with Kate and Ryan who the heck had ruined their lives. The rebuilding of the relationship between Ryan and Katie, their special connection was what made Wait For Me a great read. There were times I wanted to shake both of them. Each of them so overwhelmed by the situation couldn’t see what the other was going through. Ryan only saw his beloved wife every time he looked at Kate while she knew the woman Ryan wanted as his wife was gone forever and could only hope he could love and accept her as the woman she had become.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Anne OK

    A really high-intensity romantic suspense centered around cancer pharmaceutical-testing. This book has a fantastic cast of characters, two great romances for the price of one, and just a really good book by Naughton, whose "Stolen" series is one of my favorites. A really high-intensity romantic suspense centered around cancer pharmaceutical-testing. This book has a fantastic cast of characters, two great romances for the price of one, and just a really good book by Naughton, whose "Stolen" series is one of my favorites.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Eni

    I really,really liked this book,but the ending was kinda rushed.And it left me wanting more.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Douglas Meeks

    Wait For Me Elisabeth Naughton A 2013 Bookie Award Nominee – Best eBook Novel of the year! A 2012 Readers' Choice Awards finalist! Summary: A woman without a past… After a tragic accident left her with no memory, Kate Alexander struggled to fit in with a husband and world that didn’t feel right. She’s had no reason to question what friends and family have told her, not until her husband is suddenly killed and she finds a photo of a young girl in his office. A girl who can’t be anyone but a daughter Wait For Me Elisabeth Naughton A 2013 Bookie Award Nominee – Best eBook Novel of the year! A 2012 Readers' Choice Awards finalist! Summary: A woman without a past… After a tragic accident left her with no memory, Kate Alexander struggled to fit in with a husband and world that didn’t feel right. She’s had no reason to question what friends and family have told her, not until her husband is suddenly killed and she finds a photo of a young girl in his office. A girl who can’t be anyone but a daughter Kate didn’t know she had. A man desperate for a reason to live… Ryan Harrison lost his wife in a plane crash five years ago. To cope with the pain of her loss, he dedicated himself to his job and to raising their daughter. Now a successful pharmaceutical executive, Ryan has everything a man could want—money, fame and power—but he’d give it all up in a heartbeat for just one more day with the woman he still loves. Two lives about to converge. As Kate begins to dig into a past she doesn't remember, evidence leads her to San Francisco and puts her on the path toward Ryan, a man who sees in her the woman he loved and lost. Kate feels a draw to Ryan, one she can’t explain, but is that feeling enough to convince her this is where she’s supposed to be? As Ryan and Kate search for answers, they uncover lies long buried, a passion hotter than either expected and a danger that threatens…even now…when the second chance they've both been searching for is finally within reach. Review: Occasionally, when you read as much PNR/UF/Fantasy as I do you need a break to “cleanse the palate” so to speak. This was one of those excursions and since it was FREE on Amazon by an author already known for writing skills (she also does a 5 Star PNR/UF series Eternal Guardians) it was an easy choice. The summary made me think this was a light read with a soaring HEA …… wrong again, great authors don’t take the easy way out very often. This turns into a romantic mystery/thriller that borders in places like a SCI-FI murder mystery. Make no mistake, the main thrust of this novel is still the heroine with no memory of her past and the hero millionaire neither of whom are cut from the usual pairings we see in so many paperbacks and their totally messed up relationship (can’t say too much without spoiling things). Let me just say that almost nothing went the way I thought it was going to go from reading the cover info. This was a great book, the way it starts grabs you and then moves along a line and just when you think it is going to go “just the way I thought” …… nope, not gonna happen. The summary above gives you enough information to get you hooked (or it should) and most people that have read this agree this is 4-5 Star reading. Take a break from the usual and grab this book for free in a Kindle format on Amazon and enjoy an exceptional reading experience with a great ending (one of the very few things that came close to what I thought/hoped). I am always amazed by authors that can out-think me and take a novel off into a direction I had not seen without making me wish I had not read the book (I hate authors who use a “shock-jock mentality to be different or unique) This is dang near 5 Star reading for me and the fact that I paid ZERO for it just adds to the pleasure of it, get this book even if you have to pay for it, its worth it.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kathie (katmom)

    Saw this on my timeline, saw all the great reviews, got it for .99. I'm not putting the synopsis here, as one can read it above. BUT will say it drew me in. Sounded fascinating and right up my alley. It did keep me clicking through the pages, that's for sure. But I was left with lots of questions. LOTS of them. There are so many plot holes and lost plot threads that I was finally left shaking my head. I'm giving it a three stars because I did read the whole thing and it did keep my wondering abo Saw this on my timeline, saw all the great reviews, got it for .99. I'm not putting the synopsis here, as one can read it above. BUT will say it drew me in. Sounded fascinating and right up my alley. It did keep me clicking through the pages, that's for sure. But I was left with lots of questions. LOTS of them. There are so many plot holes and lost plot threads that I was finally left shaking my head. I'm giving it a three stars because I did read the whole thing and it did keep my wondering about things during my waking moments in bed last night. (view spoiler)[ Like, did the "bad guys" cause the plane to crash? Both Annie/Kate's plane and Jake's? How did her purse get on the plane when she was kidnapped after she got to the airport? How did she get medical treatment after her struggle caused the car accident that put her in a coma after her kidnapping? Jake wasn't hurt and just treated her? So Hannah killed Jake before the second plane crash, and just took advantage of that crash? No one ever mentioned his body not being found after the crash, in fact, we don't hear about his funeral AT ALL. And surely that would have come up. There was no meeting with her parents after they arrived. That seems weird. Julia...was a brat. Totally. Ryan, even though he saw the medical stuff, never cut Annie/Katie any slack for being gone. I guess he figured that she left him willingly??? But still! They seemed like they were totally in love, did he figure she left him and then faked her death? And why would she have? They were bonkers for each other. I'd think he'd be more worried about why she was gone. He's this really really RICH guy. Why didn't they have any protection? Like a gated community or something. He didn't lock his front doors, as shown when the family came in on them about to have sex. As rich as he was supposed to be, I'd think there'd be more protection around them. Julie was riding her bike on the street. At least in a gated community it would be safer. I know that Hannah mentions him not living up to his richness, but that's just weird. He's so over protective of Julie, I'd think that a gated community would be a bare minimum. The fact that Jake and his father-in-law had doctor clearance at the hospital in Texas was wrong. And why didn't the father (who we then found out was the FIL) come to the funeral? You'd think that would have been mentioned, too. Hospitals don't give those credentials and hospital rights to just anyone. It was nice of Hannah to spill her guts there at the end, but there are just too many questions/holes left. (hide spoiler)] So, while this was a page turner, I was really let down by the end. And with a bit of editing and feedback from pre-readers, I'd think that these issues could have been addressed. I also think that San Fran would have its feelings hurt by having TWO crashes right there, right at take off, like that...lol...I wouldn't want to fly out of there either! Very glad that I didn't pay more than the .99 for it. AND it makes me a bit leery about buying her other series. And I LOVE paranormal stuff, which it looks like her others are. I will definitely be reading the reviews for those before I purchase anything. This was just so disappointingly when it could have been beyond fabulous.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline's Reads

    4 (Remembering who you are) Stars Wait for Me is kind of a romance, but more a suspense novel with a touch of romance. Summary Kate’s husband dies and she’s picking up the pieces after his death. She opens a locked drawer in his office and realizes he isn’t the man she married. Ryan lost his wife five years ago and he has never fully recovered from her death. Five years later, Ryan is a successful business man and is raising his nine-year old daughter. He also meets a woman, named Kate who claims 4 (Remembering who you are) Stars Wait for Me is kind of a romance, but more a suspense novel with a touch of romance. Summary Kate’s husband dies and she’s picking up the pieces after his death. She opens a locked drawer in his office and realizes he isn’t the man she married. Ryan lost his wife five years ago and he has never fully recovered from her death. Five years later, Ryan is a successful business man and is raising his nine-year old daughter. He also meets a woman, named Kate who claims she may be his long lost wife. Review There are some things that worked for me and some things that didn’t. Things that worked for me I LOVED the plot! The summary was really interesting and it felt really suspenseful. I love reading a book and uncovering secrets. There are many layers that go on in Wait for Me and it may go over your head sometimes, but I really liked that. The kids in the book are kind of cute. There’s to kids, a son, who is a toddler and a little girl. The two kids kind of added a nice dynamic and created nice tension. Things that didn’t work for me I know I shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but I felt the cover to be somewhat misleading. I thought this would be a romance book and although there are some steamy parts, but wasn’t overly romantic. Wait for me as I said earlier is suspense novel. Wait for Me was a bit slow and long at times. I felt like it took forever to get to the good part and when the good part happened, I was a little let down. I was let down because of the angst! I didn’t think there would be angst, I thought Ryan would see Kate and be all over her, but instead, there was regret, hate and meanness. I couldn’t understand who two people had so many issues. Yes, there is a lot of mystery and a lot of things to uncover, but why couldn’t the two worked on it together nicely? There was too much angst for me. Overall I didn’t think Wait for Me was bad, it just didn’t fit into the type of books I read. I think if it was a little bit shorter and had more steam and less angst, I would be a happier campier. I did love the plot and storyline and find uncovering the mystery very interesting. AMAZON

  25. 4 out of 5

    Crystal ➳ Reading Between the Wines Book Club

    I am a big fan of Elisabeth Naughton's Eternal Guardian's series as well as a contemporary romance/romantic suspense lover, so when I saw this title free on Amazon I took over my kid's tablet and got to reading...and reading some more...and before I knew it, it was 4:30 in the morning! Kate Alexander is a woman without a past. Her memory, and almost her life, lost in a car accident eighteen months ago, Kate is trying to get her life back on track with a husband she can't remember and a young son I am a big fan of Elisabeth Naughton's Eternal Guardian's series as well as a contemporary romance/romantic suspense lover, so when I saw this title free on Amazon I took over my kid's tablet and got to reading...and reading some more...and before I knew it, it was 4:30 in the morning! Kate Alexander is a woman without a past. Her memory, and almost her life, lost in a car accident eighteen months ago, Kate is trying to get her life back on track with a husband she can't remember and a young son. But when that husband is killed in a plane crash Kate finds out that he may not be the only husband she has and that she may have a whole other family that she didn't know about in San Francisco. Moving to San Francisco in hopes of finding answers, Kate not only stumbles into a complex scheme of greed and murder but into another life with a daughter who wants nothing to do with her and a husband so emotionally bereft from the loss of his wife that he's nothing but a cold shell of the man he used to be. Can each of them come to terms with the loss of their past in order to see the future possibilities or will danger interject before they have a chance? Engaging, smoldering, nail biting and heart wrenching, Wait for Me is a must read for any book lover! Like, you need to go to Amazon and download it right now. Must. Read. If you're an emotional reader like myself then get the box of tissues out! The chemistry between Kate and Ryan sizzled from the start no matter how much they each tried to ignore it. The trials these two must go through will tear your heart out though and the secondary characters were just as endearing. The story line is rife with emotional overload. But the romance, ah, the romance. Between that and the spine tingling suspense you'll feel as if you're in danger of a heart-attack from all of the heart pounding. The suspense had me constantly on the edge of my seat, my tablet clenched in a white knuckle grip. The plot had so many twists and turns, I was shocked at the whodunit and all of the intricacies leading up to the big reveal. It was a compelling mystery to unravel and exceeded my expectations in every way. I was heart sick by the end because I was so involved with these characters by this time, they had dug so deep into my heart, that I wanted them to either a.) be real or b.) for their story to never end! I cannot say enough about this book so go get it and find out for yourself, you will not be disappointed!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    Wait for Me 4 Stars Awakening from a coma and suffering from amnesia, Kate Alexander’s life turns upside down once again when her husband dies and she learns that everything he has told her about their past is a lie. Now Kate must set out on a journey to discover her true identity as another man’s wife and mother to his daughter not to mention the truth about what really happened to her. Although classified as romantic suspense, Wait for Me is more of a contemporary romance with a smidgeon of suspe Wait for Me 4 Stars Awakening from a coma and suffering from amnesia, Kate Alexander’s life turns upside down once again when her husband dies and she learns that everything he has told her about their past is a lie. Now Kate must set out on a journey to discover her true identity as another man’s wife and mother to his daughter not to mention the truth about what really happened to her. Although classified as romantic suspense, Wait for Me is more of a contemporary romance with a smidgeon of suspense as the investigation into Annie/Kate’s disappearance takes a back seat to the to emotional angst of Kate’s reunion with her family and especially with her husband, Ryan. Kate and Ryan’s relationship is the focus of the story. She is a resilient heroine and the straightforward manner in which she goes about uncovering the truth and fitting in with her old/new family adds an element of realism to a plot that would otherwise require a large dose of suspension of disbelief. Ryan suffered tremendously from the loss of his wife and as such finds it difficult to reconcile the person she once was with the woman she has become. He is understandably angry and belligerent, but slowly comes to realize that he will have to change if he wants to keep the woman he has always loved. The fact that he and Kate do not immediately fall into each others’ arms and declare undying love for one contributes to the intensity of their romance as they begin to fall in love all over again. As said, the mystery is secondary and the solution, which is rather far-fetched, comes somewhat out of the blue. Nevertheless, I did manage to guess the culprit, mainly because all other suspects are quickly removed, and the climax is exciting and satisfying. The secondary romance between Annie/Kate’s brother, Mitch and her lawyer, Simone is sweet but I’m not sure it is interesting enough to read the sequel. I guess only time will tell. All in all, a solid read with a compelling premise and engaging characters. Fans of Elisabeth Naughton will not be disappointed.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Kay

    ★★★★½ Loved this one. Near perfection for me, especially with my amnesia obsession. LOL! I did do the Whispersync combo of Kindle and audio and enjoyed the narrator, too. Great spontaneous “buddy read,” too. Thanks for twisting my arm, ShoSho. LOL!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Britt

    "I just realised life is precious. That you gotta go after the things youb want, because they might not be there when you finally pull your head out of your ass and realise they're important." This is one of those times where I thank the lucky stars that something like amazon freebies exists. Because if this didn't pop up on my radar as a freebie I probably never would have picked it up. This entire story blew me out of the water with its tragedy, its honesty and its emphasis on second chances. "I just realised life is precious. That you gotta go after the things youb want, because they might not be there when you finally pull your head out of your ass and realise they're important." This is one of those times where I thank the lucky stars that something like amazon freebies exists. Because if this didn't pop up on my radar as a freebie I probably never would have picked it up. This entire story blew me out of the water with its tragedy, its honesty and its emphasis on second chances. Kate Alexander woke up from a coma 18 months ago with no memory. For 18 months she tries to make a marriage to a man she can't remember work and attempts to shake the feeling that she doesn't quite belong. However after her husband dies in a plane accident Kate finds some questionable documents in her husband's office, including a photograph of a young girl that looks eerily like her. Desperate for answers Kate takes her young son Reed away to the city. However what she finds is a life that was ripped away from her, and a man that thought his pregnant wife died 5 years ago in a plane accident. This story ripped my heart from my chest, and constantly kept it going at a million miles an hour. I felt like I didn't stop crying throughout this book, it's one of those stories that makes your heart ache through every minute of it. I ached for Kate and her attempts to reconcile through all the lies that she has been told, and the life that was stripped away from her. I ached for Ryan and his love for a wife who he thought he had lost, who no longer remembers him but seems to love him despite the fact. The story of Kate and Ryan finding their love again, resestablishing their family while trying to deal with the lies and deceipt that have unfortunately happened to them was one of the most beautiful stories I have ever read. It gripped me from the beginning and never let me go. READ READ READ READ READ THIS BOOK.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    Yay! Finally a good book to end my dryspell of not-so-good books. Can I just start by saying...I really loved this book!! Kate Alexander was involved in a car accident and has lost her memory. She can't remember her past, which includes her husband Jake and her son Reed. She finds herself feeling like she's living the life of a stranger. She can't remember anything from her past so she depends on what others have to tell her. One day that all changes. Her husband is a passenger on a flight that c Yay! Finally a good book to end my dryspell of not-so-good books. Can I just start by saying...I really loved this book!! Kate Alexander was involved in a car accident and has lost her memory. She can't remember her past, which includes her husband Jake and her son Reed. She finds herself feeling like she's living the life of a stranger. She can't remember anything from her past so she depends on what others have to tell her. One day that all changes. Her husband is a passenger on a flight that crashes in San Francisco that has no survivors. She finds herself lost and alone in the world with nothing that makes sense other than the love that she has for her son Reed. While going through her husbands office to find any sort of info about their life she stumbles upon a locked drawer which reveals things doesn't make any sense and goes against all the information that she has been given by her late husband. There she finds a photo, and files that will change her life forever. I actually stumbled upon this book quite randomly. I was bored and figured what they hey? So I wasn't really expecting much from it since I read a few reviews and they were fairly mixed so I figured I'd give it a chance and read it, and boy was I blown away! The plot was different, so many twists and turns, so many lies and secrets and so much feeling! Oh how I laughed, I cried, I giggled like a teenager, I got angry, I swooned, I was scared, I clutched at my heart hoping for everything to work out, I fell on my ass a few times when I was hit over the head by yet another secret, and at the end I was smiling like an idiot. And that's the feeling you wanna get after reading a book right?? It's well written and the characters were great. I would definitely recommend this to anyone! Absolutely positively loved this book. 5 amazeballs stars!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Stefanie

    Absolutely loved this book, although it did remind me of a Lifetime movie I saw a while back. I loved all the characters in this book and they were well developed and I definitely felt emotionally invested in their story (should've had tissue around during some parts of the book). I was happy that Ryan and Kate got their HEA, I just wish the author would've ended the book with the entire family sharing in their happiness. Absolutely loved this book, although it did remind me of a Lifetime movie I saw a while back. I loved all the characters in this book and they were well developed and I definitely felt emotionally invested in their story (should've had tissue around during some parts of the book). I was happy that Ryan and Kate got their HEA, I just wish the author would've ended the book with the entire family sharing in their happiness.

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