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Wait For Me (Against All Odds Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B006P3B9MO
- Publisher : Elisabeth Naughton Publishing LLC (21 December 2011)
- Language : English
- File size : 1907 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 299 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 246,578 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I initially disliked Ryan immensely in the beginning, even knowing how he suffered but as the story evolves we get to see another side.
I don't want to give the story away as it would spoil the experience. At times it was quite gripping & suspenseful & a terrible scenario for anyone to be in. When all is revealed, which by the way is nearly at the end,you just hope for a HEA.
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We learn that amnesiac Kate is a journalist in the geology field...so how's she managing THAT ?? Then she moves and a pal helps her and we are told how well he knows her, etc....but it wasn't clear if he'd only known her since the amnesia or before.
It just became too hard-going for me, I'm afraid.
Fiction, Romance, suspense This book is a good 280 page read
Really really enjoyed this story its well written book about a woman with no memory of her past life.
Kate Alexander was involved in a car crash 18 months ago and has no memory of her life before it all she know is that she's married to a man and the relationship just doesn't feel quite right. Kate has a beautiful 5 year old son that looks nothing like his father. The only thing Kate know's about her life are what family and friends have told her. Kate's husband is suddenly killed in a plane crash and she begins to go through his things in his privet office she comes across a photo of a little girl with the same eye's as herself she has no idea who this little girl is. Kate starts to investigate her life and travel's to San Francisco for answers.
Ryan Harrison is a very rich business man who has never got over the death of his wife and mother to his 9 year old daughter. Anne was killed in a plane crash 5 years ago.
Kate and Ryan's life's are going to collide in a shocking way that will leave them and their families in shock and struggling to understand what happened.
I felt Kate didn't have anyone on her side and I wanted to crawl inside the book just to give her a hug.
I loved Kate's brother Mitch. When he and Ryan first see Kate, he sort of went big brother on her without her knowing it.
Julie the daughter was a bit to grown up for me at 9 years old sometimes but what did show her age was her resentment of Kate. She knew what had happened to Kate was not her fault but she still couldn't help the way she felt, although it did annoy me at times the way Kate dealt with the situation was the way I would have dealt with it.
I don't want to give away spoilers but I'm glad it's a happy ending for everyone, including Mitch.
Definitely recommend for everyone, beautifully written and I will be reading more from this author.
I could go on about this book because it's just that amazing and I haven't gushed over a book like this in a while, it's so gut gripping and has your emotions all over the place and when you can't take it anymore it gets better. Please read this book you will not be disappointed.
The story is about Kate, who is aware she is an amnesia sufferer who has forgotten her life prior to her accident. However, circumstances lead to her finding out that her accident and her life beforehand are not what they seem. Enter Ryan, who helps Kate piece together what has happened, but even he does not know all the answers. The characters' confusion from the situation comes across as very real and the romantic aspect is also believable. The supporting cast of Mitch and Simone also make great characters.
This is one of those stories where you think you've solved the big twist early on and that nothing will happen as a result. There is so much more to the story and a lot of mystery solving to find out how Kate got from her life before to where was at the start of the story. A really enjoyable read and I was shocked when I remembered I had got this as a free download - I would have happily paid for this.
Kate has no memory beyond the last 18 months due to a car accident. When her husband is killed in a plane crash, she is sorting through his files and discovers doctors notes relating to her care whilst she was in a coma, a coma that she had been told lasted a few days, but the notes suggest it was a few years. Puzzled by this she then finds a picture of a young girl in with the files, who is the image of her, but Kate doesnt have a daughter, she has a 4 year old son.
Looking for answers, she is drawn to San Francisco where her medical records suggest she was cared for, and is faced with a brick wall.
A chain of events kick off a discovery that leads Kate to question her previous life, and what is real and what wasnt.
I did enjoy the story, but I was a bit annoyed that she insisted on keeping her new name (Kate) when her true identity had been proven. I mean, her deceased husband had given her that name, and his intentions hadnt been honoourable at all. You would think once she was reunited with her real family, i.e. husband, brother, parents, in laws etc, who all still see her as Annie, that she would want to be referred to as that, rather than Kate.