First Line: There were two things in life that scared the ever-loving crap out of me.
Review: I knew I had to get my hands on Wait For You the moment it came out honestly anything by Jennifer Armentrout is a automatic must buy for me since everything she writes is just downright amazing and Wait For You wasn't any different.
So Avery 's home situation sucked plain and simple. She went through something horrific that no girl should ever have to go through and then to top it off her parents care more about image then their own daughter so when it comes time for college Avery packs up and goes to one thousands of miles away from everyone she knows. And there she meets Cam.
I want Cam! He was one of the most swoon worthy male character leads I have read in a while. He knows something is holding Avery back from pursuing a relationship of any sort with him so he stays patient and becomes one of her closest friends while still taking the time out every once in a while to ask her out ... which she sweetly always rejects. But it wasn't like Avery is playing hard to get the girl has some serious understandable issues that keep her from giving into him.
Armentrout did a wonderful job developing the characters especially Avery, you saw and felt every bit of her struggle to come to terms with what happened to her while trying to still slowly but surely move on with her life without it holding her back.
Overall Wait For You sucked me in from the very beginning. It was emotional yet sexy and the sexual tension between Cam and Avery had me glued to the book.
Memorable Quote: ~ "Everything was okay. Maybe not perfect, but life wasn't meant to be perfect. It was messy and sometimes it was a disaster, but there was beauty in the messiness and there could be peace in the disaster."