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    Loved it

    I LOVED this story!! Molly O'Keefe's characters are always complex and intriguing. Blake and Tiffany definitely fall in that description. Blake starts out as quite a jerk but by the end I absolutely loved him. Tiffany has definitely had it rough. She may have made mistakes in her life but she owns them and only wants what is best for her children When she hits rock bottom she finds that Blake may be the one person who can help her but can she trust him? This is a must read. I highly recommend it.
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    Edgy Yet Sweet Romance

    Molly O'Keefe is a safe bet for an interesting and engaging romance and Wait For It was both. I have enjoyed the Everything I left Unsaid series and was happy to see Tiffany get her happy ending at last. The characters in the book are well written and believable even when they are not exactly charming. Blake could easily be categorized as cold and calculating from his behavior in previous books. At the beginning of Wait for It he is at best indifferent and severe. He is not what I would call an open and likable guy. Eventually, of course, Tiffany does break through his initial distrust and he slowly become a much more accessible and more likable character. I liked Tiffany from the start. She is sweet and her character did definitely grow and get tougher than when she was first introduced in the series. I really liked that she was willing to do whatever it took to get herself and her children to a better place in life. She wasn't waiting around for some guy to save her, she was in the long process of saving herself when she met Blake. And although Blake is rich and could make her life much easier, I never felt like she was attracted to him because he could save her. I also liked that she found the strength to ask for help when she needed it. The support characters in the book were also well developed and most of them are from previous books in the series so it was nice to see them again in this book. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys contemporary romances that are a bit edgy. I received an ARC for my honest review.
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    Sexy and suspenseful!

    This is the fourth story in the author's sexy and suspenseful Everything I left Unsaid series and I loved seeing this secondary character find a real man while also standing up for herself. If anyone deserves a happy ending, it's Tiffany. Raising three children with an alcoholic, physically abusive husband, she comes to the conclusion that it's up to her to take the steps she needs to get out of her situation. I loved seeing her strength and resilience. She's a fierce mother, willing to do anything for her kids. Once Blake offers to help her, she has him show her some self defense moves so that she will be ready for any future physical attacks. Her attraction to Blake is inconvenient but unavoidable, especially when he makes some intriguing offers that will do a lot to help her redeem her sense of self and her sexual well being. The result is some super steamy and intense scenes between them, ones where they let down their guard and reveal some of their deep seated secrets to each other. Blake is a complex man, with a hard and cold facade that masks his emotions. I really liked seeing the different sides of his character. He takes out his frustrations over his brother's actions on a punching bag and in illegal fights at his gym. Once he's decided on a course of action, like protecting Tiffany at all costs, he stops at nothing to make it happen even if it means he will personally stand guard outside her door. But for all his bluster, he's gentle with her children (his nieces and nephew) and has a warm relationship with his mother. His feelings for Tiffany go from suspicion to admiration and respect as he discovers she's nothing like he first thought. And of course eventually he realizes he's in love with her but might have screwed everything up by bringing money into the equation. From the start to the finish there is an underlying suspenseful atmosphere created by the knowledge that Phil is out there and could show up at any time. This adds plenty of drama to the story as Blake and Tiffany go from enemies to lovers. Intense, sexy, and emotionally satisfying with a surprisingly sweet touch to the ending, this romance is already on my re-read list.
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    Wonderful and surprising story!

    Damn....I didn't think Molly O'Keefe could make Blake a good guy, but she did. Blake Edwards has spent his life cleaning up his brother Phil's messes. When Blake finds out that Phil actually has a wife and supposed kids he goes to confront her and offers to pay her off to never hear from her again. Blake's mom has been through enough because of Phil, and she doesn't need some white trash making her life worse. A year later when Blake runs into Tiffany at Dylan and Annie's place he is not happy. What he doesn't realize at first is that Tiffany is running because of Phil. After Tiff leaves, Blake has a bad feeling and goes to find her. When he realize that she is not the white trash he thought she was, he feels guilty and wants to help her and "fix" another of Phil's messes. Tiffany is scared of Phil because of the abuse he has inflicted on her in the past. She has finally decided this has to stop and she wants to serve Phil divorce papers. Blake wants to help her since he wasn't so helpful a year ago. Tiffany reluctantly accepts his help. Their time together sparks an interest that Tiffany hasn't felt in a long time. I loved how Blake was able to help her find her O again! ;) Slowly Tiffany and Blake had to relearn how to trust someone and also how to stand up to Phil. I loved their final confrontation with Phil! It was awesome! I also loved how Tiffany and Blake slowly realized their commitment to each other. For two people to have such underlying issues, it would have been wrong to quickly be together. It was interesting in the beginning when they were just using each other, but then I loved when it shifted into something more. I just adored how Blake was with Tiffany's kids. Those kids were just adorable. I also really enjoyed the interaction with Margaret and the rest of their family. Overall, this was a wonderful and surprising story. I actually ended up really liking Blake! I'm sad to see this series end....great 5 star series with each book!
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