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Review: Wait for Me

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Review: Wait for Me

Wait for Me by Susan May Warren
Reviewed by: Pam Graber
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Revell
Publication Date: November 6, 2018

Pete Brooks has had possibly the worst year on record. Mistakes on the job have cost lives, which has caused him to second guess his career choices. As if that wasn’t bad enough, it has been almost a year since Jess Tagg left, promising to come back and marry him as soon as she can. However, all indications are that she has gone and gotten engaged to her former fiance, leaving Pete broken-hearted. When he tries to move on, she finally shows up, telling him he shouldn’t believe everything he reads in the paper.

All Jess wants is to make everybody happy. The problem is, to do that, she has to crush Pete’s heart, and her own in the process. When she attends Ben and Kacey King’s wedding reception, she hopes to make things right with Pete, only to find him kissing another woman. Their fight sends her running again, this time with Esme Shaw, herself no stranger to running away. As they leave the party with Esme’s new boyfriend, they are horrified to be forced off the road and kidnapped. Escaping the kidnapper is their first priority, but all of them are injured in some way. How long can they survive a Montana December with a killer on their trail?

PEAK Rescue, with Pete Brooks in the lead, puts their impressive talents to work to find Jess, Ned, and Shae before the killer on their trail can finish them off. Will they make it in time?

Susan May Warren pulled out all the stops on this, the final book of her Montana Rescue series. The suspense builds from the beginning, and let me tell you, by about 80 percent in the book, it is screaming! I loved that every member of the PEAK team checked in at some point of this story, and that all of the others are well into their happily-ever-afters. I also loved how much Pete changed from the beginning of the series to the end. He became a man of honor, when he was pretty much a player at the start. He was definitely a worthy hero for this story.

If you have read any of the rest of this series, you will NEED to read Wait For Me. If you just like amazing suspense, where you won’t know who the bad guy is for sure until the end, you will enjoy Wait for Me. Personally, I would recommend starting at the beginning and reading all six books, but Wait for Me can be read as a stand-alone, if you must. I absolutely recommend this one!

Rated PG: The suspense is pretty intense for a young reader.

Reviewer’s copy was purchased personally.


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