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Wave Review by L.M Evans 23/4/2017


Brian (Baz) Zakins has dreamed of becoming a pro-surfer since he was a child. At twenty-two, he knows he's running out of time to attract a sponsorship.
Determination. Dedication.
Miley Rose never should have been in the water that afternoon. Tourists have no business swimming in local surfing areas, but there she was, being taken under by a ten foot swell.
What Baz didn't realize was that saving this beautiful woman would have devastating consequences; ones that may potentially rob him of everything he ever wanted. This is the story of loss - pain- and finding courage to continue when none seems possible. Find out if love can save a lost soul, or if the majestic waves of the sea will wash away the hope for a new future.


This was a touching story about two people that find each other when they are at their lowest, things are go down a very dark path for Baz and Miley. But despite the pain and troubles that they have been through in life, they some how find light in at the end of the tunnel.

This book is a emotional roller coaster, the pain and the suffering the characters go through hits you hard like a punch to the chest. You can't help but cry for all the pain, the hurt they endure and for the first time ever I felt sorry for the leading man in a story to go from having a second chance to having it taken away in a blink of an eye.
I have read loads of books over the last few years but Wave is the first book to ever leave me in tears throughout the book as well as a lump in the throat. The further I read through the the book the more it pulled on my heartstrings and even after I had finished reading I was still in tears. I have never been like that with a book but for some reason this book just really got to me.

Jenn Foor is one of my top go to authors, I have read most of her work and as much as the Mitchell & Mitchel Healy books are my favourite. Jenn know that already, but Wave it's one of those books that rips your heart apart and has you balling like a baby in to a bowl of ice cream. This is one that stands out above all of Jenns books simply because of the way the story is told. This needs to be made into a big blockbuster movie, I for one would love to see this up on the big screen.

Jennifer Foor

Jennifer Foor is the Author of the award winning Mitchell Family Series, Love's Suicide, Bankshot & Kin Series and other Cont. Erotic Novels. She grew up in Maryland, where she still lives. Jenn and her family reside on the Eastern Shore and enjoy camping, swimming, beaching, and being pool side. She has a slot machine addiction, a 80's movie addiction, a teen television drama addiction, and a reading addiction.

Other works from Jennifer Foor

Mitchell Family Series 
1. Letting Go 
2. Folding Hearts
 3. Raging Love
 4. Risking Fate 
5. Wrapping Up
 6. Wanting More 
7. Saving Us 
8. Blinding Trust 
9. Losing Him
 10. Loving Her

Mitchell Healy
 11. Noah 
12. Isabella 
13. Christian
14. Merry Mitchell Affair 
15. Jake 
16. Jax 
17. Addison 
18. Cassie 
19. Jingle All the Mitchell Way 
20. Cammie
 21. Callie
 22. Joshua 
23. Rockin’ Around The Mitchell Tree 

Seven Year Itch Series 24
 Binge 25
Bereft 26
 Belong 27
Because 28
 Bound Twisted Twin Series 29
Twinsequences one 30.
Twinsequences two Love’s Duet 31
Love’s Suicide 32
 Love Survives Bank shot Romance Series 33
Hustle Him 34
Hustle Me 35
Lustly 36.
Wrong Side of Rock Bottom 37
 Happily Ever Never 38
Moth The Kin Series 39
 Repair Me40
.Replace Me 41
 Renew Me 42
Remember Me 43
 Reject Me 44
Redeem Me 45
Diary of a Male Maid 

Oyster Cove Series 

46. Salt Water Wounds 
47. Half Shelled Heart 
48. Waves of Despair 
49. Sea of Solitude 

50. Summer Maintenance
 51. Riding it Out 
52. Frigid Affair 
53. Hope’s Chance 
54. Hope’s Last Chance 

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