Thursday, 22 March 2018

Review ~ Wait With Me by Amy Daws


Book Description:

When romance novelist Kate Smith suddenly gets writer's block as she's beginning the final installment of her international bestselling erotic Bed 'n Breakfast series, she'll do pretty much anything to get her groove back. 

Like sneak into a Tire Depot waiting room because her words flow there just like complimentary coffee-smooth, sweet, and scorchingly hot.

She manages to fly under the radar until the rugged and charming mechanic, Miles Hudson, notices the quirky redhead slinking in and out of the employees only entrance. 

But she's way too intriguing to blow the whistle on. 

Doing a test-drive of her new book idea sounds like a much better option.

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Our Review:

Reviewed by Donna ~ 5 stars

 
“You know that point in a romance novel where the girl bares her heart to the guy, and he tells her that he’s loved her since the first moment he laid eyes on her? That’s not how my story with Miles went.”


If like me, you have been totally captivated by Amy Daws and her Tires Tires Tires escapades then you will be like I was…itching to read this book. I have followed her social media for weeks, itching to see what happens next and what fantastic inspiration to write a book, you couldn’t make it up. Social media, news stations and newspapers have all picked up on this feel good story and I have to say, the book will have the same effect. I have smiled from ear to ear throughout this book, swooned hard and loved even harder, this was one of those books I didn’t want to end.

Kate Smith is an author who writes smut, a little kink and a whole heap of erotica under the laughable pen name of Mercedes Lee Loveletter, but she is currently suffering from what every author dreads…writers block. While taking her car in for a service, she settles into the Customer Care Centre at her Tire Depot and the words flow, so much so, she doesn’t leave when her car is fixed, she takes all her friends cars in as an excuse to stay there another day and when all her car options are exhausted, she takes to sneaking in the employee entrance and staying there anyway.

Mercedes personal life is not what romance books are made of and having not long split from her boyfriend of two years it seems her old personal life is still wreaking havoc with her writing. Kate has some close friends that are incredibly supportive, just a shame her ex wasn’t the same. At the Tire Depot though there is one mechanic that catches her eye and tickle her ovaries every time their eyes meet, but she’s incognito…at lest she thinks she is.

Miles Hudson works at the Tire Depot, he has his own heap of baggage being a year out of a ten-year toxic relationship. Miles doesn’t want another girlfriend, he just wants to play the field a while until he feels his heart is ready to trust another, but he didn’t bet on a smoking hot red head, smut writing author…but is all in the name of research…right?


“I turn my back and walk down the stairs away from the girl I thought I fucking knew but was, in fact, writing fiction the whole damn time.”


Miles was the epitome of one of Kate’s book boyfriends, he ticked all her boxes and she couldn’t help her eyes whenever he was in her vicinity and it seemed it wasn’t all one-sided. The chemistry between these two was sizzling and they were such adorable characters you just wanted them to work. Neither looking, but both falling. The dialogue was on point, the comedic element had me laughing and smiling and this just had that “whole feel good read” vibe about it.


“We were the motherfucking storm. We were thunder and lightning, and we created the most beautiful swirl of passion I’ve ever experienced with a man.”


We go from friends, to friends with benefits to more and the progression of their relationship was destined from the very beginning. Both these characters deserved their own happy ever after and Amy Daws wrote it in such a way it was like watching your best friends. I adored everything about this book, associating things with Tires Tires Tires only made me smile and although Amy didn’t have any romantic liaison in the Customer Car Centre, it was a pleasure to read about a couple that did. Fantastic inspiration resulting in a fantastic book.

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