Wait for Me

Wait for Me The hardest job is waiting Master Sergeant Jeff Mackey MacNamara has been waiting for THE ONE for years First it wasn t too safe to find a partner and now his schedule is a nightmare with training sol
  • Title: Wait for Me
  • Author: Kris Jacen
  • ISBN: 9781370266845
  • Page: 144
  • Format: ebook
  • Wait for Me
    The hardest job is waiting.Master Sergeant Jeff Mackey MacNamara has been waiting for THE ONE for years First it wasn t too safe to find a partner and now his schedule is a nightmare with training soldiers and deployments.Scott Ash has found where he always was meant to be after a brief bout of idealistic do gooder after college He loves his job as a child care directoThe hardest job is waiting.Master Sergeant Jeff Mackey MacNamara has been waiting for THE ONE for years First it wasn t too safe to find a partner and now his schedule is a nightmare with training soldiers and deployments.Scott Ash has found where he always was meant to be after a brief bout of idealistic do gooder after college He loves his job as a child care director, if he could just find someone to love perfect might cover it.A chance meeting when Scott is doing a favor for a friend starts them on a journey that could take them to forever, it s just a matter of waiting.
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    About " Kris Jacen "

  • Kris Jacen

    Kris Jacen is the Executive Editor and Formatting Director for ManLoveRomance Press and its imprints She was invited to join the MLR staff in 2008 and has never looked back Working with over thirty five phenomenal authors such as Rick R Reed, JP Bowie, James Buchanan, J.L Langley, Ally Blue, Jet Mykles, William Maltese and has allowed her to both hone her editorial skills and indulge her inner fangirl Kris also acts as editor, mentor and sounding board for newcomers including Kimberly Gardner, Lex Valentine, S.J Frost, Patric Michael and Z Allora With this stable of talent under her guidance, Kris is quick to tell anyone who will listen that she loves her job And her authors are just as quick to say that they love their editor.

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  • 4.5 stars rounded up to 5 stars I enjoyed this one Being a military spouse for over 25 1 2 years it took me back to the deployments my family went through It also took me back to the great military friends you make who become like family I loved Jeff and Scott together, they were so sweet with each other I loved all their friends and family Dix had my heart also 3 3


  • DNf 18%.Editing was atrocious I had real trouble working out who was who, and this went on for chapters Also, are they in the army What s with the spurs and stetsons This was not explained up to 19% So these factors made it all dislocating and confusing.But what made me DNf was the whole thing where he has just met this dude, and is already sizing him up as dear little wifey material, as are all his friendsd holding conversations about it And some stuff in it about a little kid in need Kinda 80s [...]


  • What a terrific debut book As an Army brat and former Dept of Army civilian, I was thrilled by the accuracy of military family life Anyone who doubts that military spouses are the unsung heroes hasn t been around the military much.The story of Jeff and Scott was heart warming All the supporting they are too important to the story for me to use secondary to describe them characters added an amazing depth to the story.Anyone who has been lucky enough to find their the one or is still hoping to fin [...]


  • The stuff about deployment was intersting but the romance move both to fast and too slow at the same time Scott is a great guy I love a child care worker hero I actually find Mackey way less intersting and don t love his circle of friends So, the love story was just okay for me I might try another book by this writer though.


  • Ah, THE ONE I think we re all, at one time or another, looking for him or her Some of us get lucky and find them, others spend their whole lives going from one to the next to the next and so on The blurb interested me due to the subject matter, and I m a sucker for men in uniform, but I was supremely curious about this first time foray into writing by a woman I ve known for years as an editor I liked Jeff and Scott, both right from the beginning Jeff has been in the military for eighteen years, [...]


  • Started out a bit rough it was hard to differentiate whose pov was who one minute we got Jeff, the next we have Scott and also, first impressions aren t always great, I know that Doesn t mean they cant be a good person, but both of these guys just seemed extremely selfish Jeff finds a baby girl, alone in only a diaper and dirty and hangs on to your dog for dear life, obviously afraid and as I ve said, very much alone but lets complain about the way it inconveniences YOU You ve already said the w [...]


  • Wait for Me, Kris Jacen s debut novel, was a joy to read For anyone who knows Jacen, they will see right away that she has drawn from personal experience when writing this lovely story about love and commitment Jeff, a career military man, faces many obstacles that people who aren t in the services face Let alone the forced separation caused by deployments, the fear for those at home, especially if the worst should happen, is something many probably don t know about Add to that the effect of ser [...]


  • 5 Heptad Stars Finding a baby led them to love There is nothing refreshing than reading a book that was a smooth transition from meet to love When he put his hand in Jeff s, Scott knew His life had definitely changed Mackey and Scott were destined, and I loved them They are in the top ten for the couple that I loved reading about during 2017 They smoothly accepted life as they slowly became partners I am enamoured with military stories and one with little angst as possible and full blown l [...]


  • A Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words ReviewRating 4.75 stars out of 5For the full review visit wp p220KL cAVFrom that review Sometimes a story, a theme just calls out to an author and together they make a sort of narrative magic I believe that happens here with Wait for Me by Kris Jacen With the author s intimate knowledge as a military spouse and all that implies, it s use to provide the framework for the romance of Master Sergeant Jeff Mackey MacNamara and Scott Ash becomes a foundation not on [...]


  • I felt the story started out strong The relationship felt a little fast but with Jeff s lifestyle maybe that s the way someone in the military needs to be Love at first sight is possible I don t remember reading the age for either of these characters Was that ever mentioned Not a big deal but it would make sense if they were older so finding a relationship became prevalent I loved the inclusion of the dog, I don t always, but with this book it fit The children were cute, the twins way of speak [...]


  • Enjoyable story from a first time author Lots of military details which I liked, good main and side characters The relationship was a little rushed, and the writing was a bit stilted at times, but overall it was a good first book



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