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Sail (The Wake Series Book 2) by [Mabie, M.]
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This is book two in the Wake Series. Book one, Bait, is currently FREE! 

This isn’t just a two-year long one-night stand. It’s my life.
This is my life. Our life. It isn’t just some careless affair.

I’ve made the worst decisions a woman could, but I’ll earn my second chance.
She can try keeping all the guilt for herself, but I’m just as much to blame.

Loving Casey wasn’t my biggest mistake. Fighting it for so long was.
I’ll show her how fearless our love makes me. I’ll protect her torn heart.

He still has magic in his eyes. He’s the man who makes me happy.
Her voice still brings me to my knees. She says my name like it’s sacred.

I live for the day when I’m his. To take care of him. To love him the way he deserves.
I can’t wait to be all she needs. I can give her a happy life, security and so much love.

Sometimes two ships never meet in the night, but ours did.
Sometimes the water is rough. It beats you all to hell until you have no choice but get stronger.

Our love story reads more like a tragedy, but to me it’s clean and pure.
Let them point their fingers. Without a love like ours, they haven’t really lived. I pity them.

I’m a cheating wife and a villain. I am his honeybee.
I’m a snake in the grass and I sleep best when I’m lying next to his wife.

I want to be his everything.
I’m nothing without her anyway.

This isn’t even close to over.
It’ll never be over.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 853 KB
  • Print Length: 275 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: M. Mabie (29 March 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00VF3M4NW
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #55,786 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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After the angst overload that was Bait, the first book in the Wake series by Author M. Mabie', reading Sail was akin to taking that first cool drink after a long hot day. All of a sudden all the stress, worry, fear and regrets of the first book seem to melt away now that everything is out in the open.

Sure, Casey and Blake still have a heap of obstacles to overcome for there to be any real chance of them being together, not least of which is for Blake/Betty/Honeybee to recognize that possibility as a viable option, but after the traumatic climax of the first book where the things that were hidden came out into the open, suddenly all sorts of different futures have opened up.

The attraction that set the chain of events in motion in the first book is still there, but without the need for secrecy, the impulse to hide everything, the whole dynamic of their relationship is in flux and the challenge is to face the future, for the first time, openly and honestly.

I loved the way that this book essentially told the story of two people actually falling in love. Everything needed for them to be able to really fall in love has been there from the very start, the attraction, the compatibility, the level of comfort each found in the other's company (and of course being really, really compatible, sexually speaking) but now there's no longer any decent excuse to short circuit the process of their relationship developing along what would have otherwise been its natural course.

All of that is not to say that this book is without drama or conflict.
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I had a hard time getting into Bait (the first book) at first, but I was hooked into Sail much more quickly. I liked Casey almost from the start, but found Blake difficult to like. I'm so glad Blake redeemed herself in Sail! I definitely felt the attraction between Casey and Blake; that they belonged together was undeniable. I found the characters very relateable in a lot of ways, and I liked the fact that neither of them was a rockstar or a billionaire. Unlike Bait, which I put down several times, I just could not put down Sail. Casey and Blake couldn't seem to catch a break, and I was starting to worry that the universe was determined to keep them apart. I'm looking forward to a third book, and I really hope that Casey's siblings will be getting their own books.
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By TracyB TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 21 September 2015
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This book follows on from Bait and I enjoyed it much more - mainly because Blake finally made the right choice! Even so, I didn't really trust her after the way she treated Casey in book 1 so I was holding my breathe right until the end to make sure they worked it all out.
Casey is even better in this book than the first one and he was an awesome book boyfriend in Bait. It was nice to see Blake and Casey fighting on the same side this time and I really enjoyed seeing their relationship develop. The bad guy was Blakes ex, who got quite nasty which was a bit unexpected.
I also loved the siblings and would love to read more about Caseys sisters and Blakes brothers.
Excellent writing and a great read.
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I enjoyed Casey and Blake's story but Bait was a little frustrating and long winded at times and had me putting it down for a breather. Sail was addictive but I wanted more, especially in the ending. Their love was inevitable but the epilogue was just a completion of the final chapter and NOT a real epilogue. I wanted Casey's proposal, their wedding and a bit more on their "happily ever after" as the epilogue but I've just realised there is book 3 so hopefully I will get my wish!! All in all, well written and their banter and txt messaging had me laughing out loud at times!
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4.0 out of 5 stars 4.5 stars of honeybee goodness! 1 April 2015
By mjlovestoread - Published on Amazon.com
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The incredibly angst-filled adventure that is the Wake series, has entered some calmer seas with Sail. This second book is a clear departure from all the turmoil, all the hurt, all the bad decisions both Casey and Blake made in Bait and it was needed.

This time around, it felt as if I was completely privy to the most private of moments between these two lovers. Written in alternating POV's, the time for denying true feelings and emotions is over. We get complete honesty this time around and it was long overdue. Blake was so closed off, so afraid to feel, so afraid to admit her love of Casey in Bait, that reading her true, raw thoughts actually made me like her! I was not her biggest fan and this book has turned me around. Watching Blake and Casey face all of their fears head on was utterly wonderful. They finally have their chance to do it right, get everything out into the open and they aren't wasting a single second.

Casey is as swoonworthy as ever and his 'courtship' of the love of his life was such a joy to read. That he is willing to make Blake's dreams come true all the while loving her with everything he has had me sighing and often! His loyalty, his trust in her to make things right for them was never misguided. He knew his honeybee needed to find her way. It was just a matter of time.

This very well written and beautiful book is such a departure from Bait and was quite frankly the perfect sequeway into what will be the last in this series, Anchor. What I adored most was that the author proved that sometimes love truly isn't enough but it certainly is worth fighting for. Casey and Blake seem to be righting all the wrongs they have sadly inflicted upon each other and their growth into the couple that were destined to become all along, just may come true after all.

I am sure their journey to an HEA will still be fraught with bumps and twists along the way. But when you have your soulmate by your side, anything is possible.

4.5 stars and highly recommended.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Read All Three Books and the First Two Will Make More Sense 9 October 2015
By RhaposdyLei - Published on Amazon.com
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More of a 3.5 stars for a variety of reasons. Not really enough for 4 stars but more than 3 stars for me, anyway.

I'm not a fan of cliff hanger "books" but indy authors have bombarded Amazon with them, so I'm learning to accept them as installments to a book as a whole instead of expecting a complete book. I did purchase the first book for $0.00, as in FREE! I enjoyed it enough to purchase the second book knowing that there was a third book that would have to be purchased if I wanted the complete story. I'm glad I bought books two and three. It was in fact, a complete story.

What I liked most about this love story was that it did drag over a lengthy time period. Maybe there was love at first sight, but reality didn't allow for happily ever after over the weekend. I get sick of books that have H/h meet and poof they're in love and all is right in the world. Betty and Lou were two lovers trapped inside the lives of Blake and Casey. Blake and Casey were trapped with each of their own constraints, fears, walls, etc. That is reality. Book two had some twists. There was more I wanted from the characters but the author didn't deliver.

I gained an understanding to Casey's flaws and how his actions/inactions contributed to Blake's actions/inactions. Their relationship played out the way some love stories only can - long, hard, and painful. While book two was a good read in general, there was potential the author failed to capture.
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3.0 out of 5 stars 3.5 Stars for Sail, book 2 in The Wake Series 9 July 2015
By Terry Z - Published on Amazon.com
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Sail, Book 2 in The Wake Series.
There was a lot of internal dialog in this story that helped the reader understand the characters so much better but in turn it slowed the story down. There was still a lot of back and forth, on and on, the epitome of frustration as in the first book but it seemed to move in a more organized and quicker fashion. At least someone was doing something and moving towards a goal as opposed to the first book where there was no end in sight. There is less indecisiveness in the characters in this book which made this story better. At times I felt that some scenes were too drawn out. I wanted to see more action I guess.

Unfortunately [as in book one] I still caught myself checking the percentage of completion wondering if there was going to be some sort of catalyst. I can't say more than that or I'll ruin it for you. ;)

Will I read another one of Mabie's books? Yes, I see potential. Her descriptive ability rocks and I feel that her characters are strong. Personally I would love to see a bit more action and a bit less monotony. I think I understand why some of the scenes are drawn out - maybe Mabie [hehehe...get it? ;)] wants us to really connect with her characters - but I feel she might be losing some readers due to some of the tedious parts. Patience is a virtue and many of those scenes are significant to understand the whole story...but maybe just toss in something more to grab the readers undivided attention.

In conclusion, I must admit that it was hard to know what I, as a reader, needed to make a mental note of. For instance, I remember the fact that the heroine would like to visit Greece, but I did not make a mental note of the name of the song of their first slow dance by Led Zeplin. Unfortunately [for me] the author made several references of this song, however Mabie never repeated the actual name of the song in this second book. I thought this was unfortunate because I'll look up a song to get the 'feel' of the scene and I couldn't do this without the whole name. I suppose I could have looked it up in book one but I shouldn't have needed to do that. I guess in other words it was occasionally difficult to pinpoint the really important stuff that we [the reader] needed to remember. Another example is when the author re-visits some of the previous dates/encounters....There were so many I really couldn't recall exactly what happened in Atlanta or Chicago etc. it's almost like Maybie had a timeline in front of her that displayed the date and place of the encounter but since I didn't have/make one as I read the stories it became a little confusing. This is really just something small that I think would help the reader have a more complete experience with the story.

I'm looking forward to seeing where Mabie is going with the next book in this series!
4.0 out of 5 stars 4.5 stars!!! 23 February 2017
By glitter girl - Published on Amazon.com
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"maybe good things don't just come to those who wait. Maybe good things also come to those strong enough to fight when it looked like a losing battle. Those who never gave up."

I'm so glad I continued to read this series. I love Casey and Blake together and was so happy to see them make it back to each each other!!! As their relationship evolves it's obvious that they belong together. Everything isn't perfect. They have regrets and doubts but are working through them. Together!!! I absolutely love Casey!!! I want to be his honeybee!!! He's out to prove that he is worthy of Blake and her love and finally Blake is proving she's worthy of his. As we saw throughout this book especially at the end Grant has gone off the deep end and I know we haven't seen the last of him. I'm not a fan of Cliffhangers but luckily I already have the series so I don't have to wait in between books find out what happens. I loved Casey even when everything was happening and I love him even more now. I'm rooting for him and Blake all the way!!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "The best things are worth waiting a little for." 6 April 2015
By Kelly Maldia - Published on Amazon.com
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Sail is the second book in The Wake Series. You must read Bait, the first book, to understand Sail. It is told from Blake’s and Casey’s POV.

Sail picks up just where Bait left off. Casey and Blake’s affair is out. Grant knows about the 2 year love affair. Blake finally opens her eyes and decides not to wait any longer. She is going to take all the needed steps to be worth of Casey ever giving her a chance. Casey decides he’s never been a “man” about being with Blake. He knows he screwed up never being up front with her and his feelings. He decides to start taking control of his life and to show his honeybee he loves her.

I was on the fence about how I felt about Blake in the first book. I couldn’t be more proud of Blake in this book. When she decided she was going to be a woman Casey would be worthy of, she meant it. She told Casey everything she felt. She confided in him. She learned to be his friend. She was honest with Casey in a way few people ever are. She took steps to make sure she was healthy for Casey. She did everything right. I loved her for that. Casey did what he set out to do: make Blake feel loved. Wow, I wish my hubby would plan vacations like Casey! Casey wanted to jump into old patterns, but his heart made him slow down. He took care of her even when he wasn’t there. He learned to trust her.

Of course with Blake and Casey’s chemistry, there was plenty of sexy time in this book. I would say it was toned down from the last book. Don’t worry, it’s still hot. I don’t want to give anything away; there is some violence in this book that may be upsetting to some readers.

I loved this book. It had the feels I needed and the HEA I was hoping for.