Waiting on Love

Waiting on Love

by Lynne Silver

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BN ID: 2940149896776
Publisher: Lynne Silver
Publication date: 02/10/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,173,325
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Romance author, Lynne Silver, writes the popular Coded for Love series and other hot contemporary romance novels, such as Love, Technically. Before writing romance, she wrote fiction of a different sort, drafting press releases for technology corporations. Washington DC is her home (non) state, where she resides with her husband and two sons. She is represented by literary agent, Jessica Alvarez of Bookends LLC.

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Waiting on Love 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadYourWrites More than 1 year ago
Reviewed for Read Your Writes Book Reviews by Kim Waiting on Love is told in first person, from the point of view of KK O’Brien. I’m not a fan of first person narration, but it’s easy to get past. Readers were first introduced to KK in Cruising for Love. I have to say that she was not one of my favorite characters. Going into reading Waiting for Love, I don’t think I was rooting for her. But my impression of KK changed by about five pages into the book, when I got to see a vulnerable side to her. KK (Kristen Katherine) O’Brien is unlucky in love. When her boyfriend breaks up with her, he tells her that she’s the fun party girl and not the long-term kind you take home to your mother. This realization crushes KK and she vows to give up men and dating. After finally catching a flight from Phoenix to go back home to DC, she just wants to be left alone. But the soldier sitting next to her has other plans. Aidan Dominguez is saying goodbye to America for at least the next year. He’s on his way to Afghanistan, but can’t help to befriend the attractive nervous woman sitting next to him on the plane. When their flight gets cancelled, Aidan offers to share his room with a cash strapped KK, with the idea of them only being friends. Of course, one thing leads to another and the friendship developing drives these two to become bed buddies for one night. But Aidan isn’t done with KK just yet. The two start to communicate while Aidan is overseas and KK has to come to terms with the fact that yes she’s attracted to this man. She also has to get over her issue of him being younger than she is. I loved these two as a couple. Through their letter and email correspondences, they actually start to get to know each other better. This same correspondence forces KK to grow up and become a serious person. From the start, Aidan is all in with them being a couple and KK has to try to catch up. Their chemistry was simply great. They have this playful banter with one another that’s amazing. You can’t help but to root for things to work out for these two. I am so glad I actually read this book. **Copy received courtesy of the author in exchange for an honest and unbiased opinion.** Rating: 5