Pete Brooks can't believe he's waited an entire year for Jess Tagg to return to Montana, only to have her break his heart by getting engaged to her ex-fianc. Worse, a series of mistakes on the job have cost lives, and Pete isn't sure he wants to continue to work in Search and Rescue. Maybe if he can just get over Jess, he can figure out how to move forward. EMT Jess Tagg has...
|Title||:||Wait for Me|
|Number of Pages||:||336 pages|
Wait for Me Reviews
And so we have reached the conclusion to the Montana Rescue series. I think we have waited a long time to see the conclusion of Pete and Jess’s story, wondering with each book if they would ever truly reach their happily ever after, but finally it has come! Though not without many scrapes and bruises and trials.
WFM was full of action, excitement, and suspense. And not to mention drama, of course. How can there not be with Jess and Pete involved? ;)
Their relationship has certainly seen their fair ...more
Hold on to your armchair, it's a bumpy ride! Susan May Warren designs a spectacular ending to the Montana Rescue series. Not only is the saga of Jess and Pete wrapped, but we learn more about Ned and Shae and previous characters. With one danger after another, the series concludes with a shocking and satisfying end. More importantly, our favorite characters find peace and begin healing.
I received a complimentary copy of the book without obligation. This review is my opinion.
"He wasn't looking for trouble, but if Pete didn't act right now, at least one person was going to die." And so it begins -- the much anticipated/dreaded conclusion to Susan May Warren's Montana Rescue series. I'm in an addlepated stupor of bookish proportions but will try to rally long enough to write this review.
So Jess....gah! And Pete...whimper. And Jess and Pete...I can't even...I mean, honestly -- I adore Pete. I'm madly in love with Pete. I kept telling Pete, "Forget about Jess. I'm right ...more
Wait for Me is the sixth and the final book in the Montana Rescue series. I think I liked this one best of all in the series. It has more suspense in it then the other books. This book got my attention from the get go and didn't let go until the end. This book focuses on on Pete and Jess who also goes by the name Selene and on Ned and Shae who formerly went by the name Esme Shaw. After an argument with Pete Jess accepts a ride with Ned and Shae but almost immediately their lives are in danger. W ...more
Have you ever found yourself lost, struggling, physically or mentally?
So many characters in this story have these feelings.
They don’t know what the day will hold or if they can handle it.
They also don’t feel worthy of love from others, and constantly feel the need to measure up to a level of excellence which many don’t even achieve.
The what-ifs are always speaking loud in their heads, and they have a strong desire to please others, even at the cost of sacrifice to their lives.
This book like ...more
Wait for Me is the sixth and, sadly, last book in the Montana Rescue series. After being slightly disappointed with the last book, Storm Front, I am happy that this one lived up to my expectations and I found it to be a great read.
I loved finally reading Jess and Pete's love story. Even though their story has been building throughout the previous books, this one was definitely their story. I also enjoyed the secondary romance between Esme and Ned.
The mystery in this book was great. It had me que ...more
I enjoyed revisiting all the characters in this series and finally learning the rest of Jess and Pete's story. With lots of danger, romance, and life lessons this book kept me hooked.
True love—unconditional love—declares you worthy just because it chooses you. (pg 150)
We finally get the conclusion of the Montana Rescue series with Jess & Pete's story! As bittersweet as that is, I feel it was the perfect ending to such an amazing series!! This one had plenty of action and heart-in-your-throat moments, tempered with a romance that's been brewing for a long time. Both Pete and Jess struggle to overcome circumstances that have kept them apart for more than a year, things we ...more