All I ever wanted was a home—stability, hard walls, and roots so deep they could withstand the strongest storm. Through long hours and determination, I was finally on my way, signing contracts for my brick and mortar ship, and beginning to feel settled for the first time in my life. But the night I met John Eaton, I felt that stability crumble. His smile was a mixture of little boy and pure devil at the same time. I knew his type, knew the sort of games that came with men like him. So I pushed. But he pulled harder. I tried to fight it, to shove away the connection that clawed at my heart, but it was too late. Roots dug in, grew deep, and twisted. John fell for me, and I for him. He was impossible to resist. I was his. But a secret is a dangerous thing. Held for too long, it can rip a life apart. Destroy the man I loved. Destroy us.
Waiting For Tuesday is an emotionally driven read that will have screaming in frustration, crying in sadness, smiling in happiness and overall leaving you drained once you are finished. What is it that I have been reading some very emotional books as of late, I don’t know how much more my heart or let’s face it my tear ducts can take? But you know what? I would cry myself dry if it meant reading a book that touched me on such a level that Waiting For Tuesday did.
Tuesday and John will not only dig themselves into your heart but they will take a piece of it with them. You can’t help but want the best for these two, you wish for it, some might pray for it, but either way, you will want it even if at times you get upset just trust me it will all be worth it.
Waiting For Tuesday is a must read if you are looking for a book that will have your emotions go from one extreme to the next, if you are looking for something that will touch your heart and stay there, and is a book that this book whore recommends to you all.
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About Taylor Sullivan: Taylor is a contemporary romance author who loves writing stories about real people. Ones with hopes, dreams, fears, insecurities, and flaws. She loves to read as much as she loves to write, and is thrilled to share her first novel with you. When Taylor isn’t writing, she can often be found with her nose in a book, her face behind a camera, or spending time with her husband and three young children.
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