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- Print Length: 190 pages
- Publication Date: January 20, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N5K0QWY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,849 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Waves of Despair: Oyster Cove Series Kindle Edition
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West lost a part of his soul when the love of life and unborn child died that horrible night, he was unable to move forward. Lost in his pain, West withdrew from his family and friends. The Wallaces don't handle pain well, they tend to shut people out and self destruct. Not wanting to go down that path again, West left Chincoteague Island and went stay with a friend of his in Alaska.
Kimber Carpenter had always been seeking attention by acting out, she felt like she was living in her big sister's shadow. Even though she would act like a spoil brat, Brice loved Kimber very much and she was the one persom who truly understood her.
When one phone call changed many lives, Kimber found herself without the one person who really loved her in the world. Guilt ridden, broken and looking for redemption, Kimber tried reaching out to the one person who loved Brice as much or more than she did...Weston Wallace.
She knew he wouldn't want anything to do with her after she shattered his world but she never gave up and kept reaching out to him. West didn't want nor cared to hear what Kimber had to say but when he finally read her letters. He realized that her words were like a bum to his soul cause for a few seconds Brice felt alive again.
Weston finally found his way back home on his way he encountered Kimber and saw that she too was in a very bad place. Though he was coming out of his abyss, she was still in hers. They were never friends but their mutual grief and love for Brice started a friendship that turned into something none of them expected.
WAVES OF DESPAIR is book 3 in Jennifer Foor's OYSTER COVE series. It was a great, emotional and breathtaking book. Jennifer Foor did an astonishing job! 👏👍🙌
West has fallen for the town "good girl". And after a long time telling her his life story, she falls for him too. Her father hates him, her mother doesn't like him, and then there is the younger sister - she could give him a run for his bad boy days... After living together for years, he takes her to their favorite spot, the town's lighthouse, and proposes on Christmas Eve. Her answer is still resounding yes, and her surprise for him... their pregnant! Deciding to keep the pregnancy a secret a few more weeks, they plan for the reaction of her parents to the engagement. Let's just say the Christmas celebration end early... But what comes next, I never could have guessed. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I have!
- “You made me drop my wiener.”
- “The truth is we never know when we’re going to leave this earth. We have one life and I’d like to spend my time with my best friend. I’ll go slow. I’ll stop if that’s what you need, but don’t you ever think I don’t want you for who you are to me.”
- “Okay, okay. I’ll be good, but you have to admit, this is going make his butth0le pucker.”
- “I am in love.” “With me or the bike?” She asks. I take her back into my arms. “Please don’t make me choose right now.”
The Wallace brothers are so perfect, HOT and well mannered due to their up bringing. Mix in a female to settle them down and they break out the romance!
Honestly I love Weston just as much as I did Brant, maybe even a little more for all he went through!
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She tore my heart out, shredded it to pieces!!
I cried so so so very hard for Weston!! I so did!!Read more
I would have liked to have seen some of the relationship developing in the 1 month, 3 month...Read more