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Worth the Wait

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Jade’s law-enforcing, gun-toting relatives scare off every potential love interest she has in the small town of Moon River, Montana, leaving her frustrated and sexually deprived. Until bad boy Vin D’Angelo roars into town on a bad-ass motorcycle…along with his devilishly handsome friend and business partner, Noah Riley.

For one night of her very sheltered life, Jade gets e
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Published April 13th 2011 by Ellora's Cave
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Jan 04, 2013 Mariann {at} Belle's Book Bag rated it it was amazing
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"I wanted something you didn't but you gave it to me anyway. Then when I realized what it was I truly needed, you gave that to me too." *sigh* (Jade to Vin)

Wow...I continue to be blown away by each new book that I read by Ava McKnight. She writes the best spicy~hot short reads that I wish were so much longer because I never want to leave the wonderful world she creates through these stories and characters.

I loved the concept of this story in that Jade was surrounded by the fiercely overprotecti
Jun 04, 2011 SirenBookReviews rated it it was amazing
Worth the Wait by Ava McKnight hit so close to home it was uncanny. No I didn’t have Vin or a Noah...but I did have over protective brothers and cousins and I totally could relate to the difficulty poor Jade had with entering a relationship much less having sex. It truly sucked. So when I saw this blurb I had to read of this emotionally starved, sex starved, lonely heroine who’d had enough and decided to rock the boat and live her life on her terms. I commend her on how she stood up to her ...more
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AKA Calista Fox

Multi-published and award-winning author Ava McKnight's love of romantic fiction began as a teenager. She holds degrees in General Studies and Communications and has worked on newspapers as an editor and reporter. Most recently, she worked in PR, writing speeches and Congressional testimonies.

Ava is a member of Romance Writers of America and one of its Phoenix chapters, Desert Rose.
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