Merritt and Avery’s relationship started out rocky in the beginning, due to a misunderstanding. I wasn’t sure if they were going to work it out or not and it kept me on the edge of my seat. Here you have two people that shared feelings for each other in highschool but were afraid to act on it. Fast Forward 15 years later and they are face to face again. I was cheering for them from the very beginning.
"Worth the Wait" was full of emotions for me and I felt like I was walking with them as they went along their journey. It was a little slow in the beginning but it picked up. Between Avery’s job and Alistair I wanted to scream. The sex scenes were scorchingly sexy and practically burned off the pages. They have some really great chemistry. I wasn’t sure how it was going to turn out and I applaud the author for keeping me on the edge until the very end.
Other books by this author are:
Forgive Me If I’ve Told You This Before
A second chance at first love . . .
For fifteen years, Avery Crown tried to forget her best friend Merritt Lessing. The late nights studying, the whispered confidences, and the little touches that never turned into something more. Unfortunately, her efforts have not been as successful as her TV career as the queen of home renovation. So when she runs into Merritt at their high school reunion, Avery asks for one night with the woman she's always wanted . . .
Merritt spent high school pining after Avery, but never made a move-their friendship meant too much. The one time it seemed things might change, Avery chose her budding career. So Merritt did the same, throwing herself into her remodeling business. Now Avery's back, and while Merritt still hasn't forgiven her for walking away the first time, they can't keep their hands off each other. But when their professional paths cross, and it seems like Avery is choosing her career once again, Merritt will have to decide if she's willing to let go of the past and give herself a second chance with her first love.