Wait!by Stacey Nash
But Hex Penton is way too similar to the sister he lost, and even though
Jordan Hays knows just how precious life is; that's why he has his own mapped out. He'll work to pay his way through university while he studies hard, regardless of the constant distractions. Because when it comes to becoming a nurse, he's deadly serious. He won't fail to save someone again.
But Hex Penton is way too similar to the sister he lost, and even though the only thing more fun than stupid dares is the crazy girl who sets them, Jordan needs to make a choice. Hex believes every moment is important; every opportunity must be taken, because you never know when the world will be yanked out from underneath you. With the foundations he's based his life on shaken, Jordan must discover what's more important: making sure Hex's life isn't wasted, or remembering how to live his.
It's time to play truth or dare.
Wait! is a story about acceptance, learning to trust and in turn love while facing life's unexpected difficulties.
- Stacey Nash
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- 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.73(d)
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We are proud to announce that WAIT! -THE OXLEY COLLEGE SAGA by Stacey Nash is a B.R.A.G.Medallion Honoree. This tells a reader that this book is well worth their time and money!
I received this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review. This is the second book in the Oxley College series although it can (and was by me) read as a standalone. This in no way disrupted my reading or enjoyment of the story. This book concentrates on Jordan - serious ex-rugby player who just wants to study hard and doesn't want any sort of relationship - and Hex - a fun-loving party girl who's hiding her hurt behind a smiling mask. They both had secrets and issues that they are dealing with and it's the way that they deal with them and each other that makes this book such a joy to read. There is insta-lust between the two of them but they actually take the time to build up their relationship which makes a refreshing change. This story is very well written and deals with some very hard subjects - binge drinking, death of a sibling, the effects of words spoken by parents who don't know the child is listening - that sort of thing. None of it is preachy or judgmental but tells Jordan and Hex's story perfectly. Definitely recommended to all fans of Contemporary Romance. Merissa Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!