Wait for It by M. O’Keefe

Wait For It
Author: M. O’Keefe
Publisher: Loveswept
Publication Date: February 28, 2017
Sold by: Random House LLC
Series: Everything I Left Unsaid 4

Wait For It….what are we waiting for?

I got this book from Netgalley, after all I have read most of M. O’ Keefe’s other works. Naturally I was keen on reading Wait For It, which is somewhat related to the¬†Everything I Left Unsaid.

The book is in first person point of  view, for two people: Blake and Tiffany. The story starts off with Blake offering Tiffany money to disappear, which she took it to move on. As a brother- in- law, Blake was trying to protect his own mother from his younger brother Phil.

A few months down, Tiffany had to sought help from a mutual friend, Annie. Annie story was Everything I Left Unsaid first of the series. It did help because I have read it from book one, but the characters in the story do not have much to do with each other, so that is fine if you want to plunge straight in.

The characters are clashing in the beginning, so Wait for it is a story where enemies turn friends. Misunderstandings are the main conflict in the book, there is no shortage of it from start to finish. The sex is hot as usual, O’ Keefe seems to have that part of the story down pat.


Wait For It is hot, steamy and romantic, what are you waiting for? Valentines? Click To Tweet

It is simmering, but not a full blown steamy and hot kind of romance story like the previous books of the series. Granted, both are quite hurt by a man, the guy who put them together in the first place is a mean and heartless bloke. Overall, it fell below her usual standards, there are holes in the story and the whole relationship needed a different angle.

But I shall let this one slide, even if I do not recommend it, I still think the series itself is pretty good.


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9 thoughts on “Wait for It by M. O’Keefe

  1. I have been wanting to try O’Keefe for a while now, and I think I’ll have to take the plunge. This sounds like a great read and I like that the books overlap. Fantastic review!

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