.: Books – Wait for me :.

 

Wait for me had so many reviews that I ended up buying it one day as part of the kindle daily deals, but not sure if I feel it was that great:

A woman without a past…

After a tragic accident left her with no memory, Kate Alexander struggled to fit in with a husband and world that didn’t feel right. She’s had no reason to question what friends and family have told her, not until her husband is suddenly killed and she finds a photo of a young girl in his office. A girl who can’t be anyone but a daughter Kate didn’t know she had.

A man desperate for a reason to live…

Ryan Harrison lost his wife in a plane crash five years ago. To cope with the pain of her loss, he dedicated himself to his job and to raising their daughter. Now a successful pharmaceutical executive, Ryan has everything a man could want—money, fame and power—but he’d give it all up in a heartbeat for just one more day with the woman he still loves.

Two lives about to converge.

As Kate begins to dig into a past she doesn’t remember, evidence leads her to San Francisco and puts her on the path toward Ryan, a man who sees in her the woman he loved and lost. Kate feels a draw to Ryan, one she can’t explain, but is that feeling enough to convince her this is where she’s supposed to be? As Ryan and Kate search for answers, they uncover lies long buried, a passion hotter than either expected and a danger that threatens…even now…when the second chance they’ve both been searching for is finally within reach.

Whereas the beginning of the book seemed promising, Kate just finds out her husband is dead and finds a box in his room that leads that maybe the past she believes she knows is not right. Then she finds Ryan, who is too much in love with her. The whole story after that doesn’t seem to connect in my view. I get that the pharmaceutical world is much more than we know, and trying to erase someone’s past would be credible, but I don’t know, I do felt that there was something missing in the book. Easy to read though.

Books read in 2014: 13 + A dance with dragons = 14

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