**This is a New Adult romance novel containing some themes of domestic abuse, non-consensual sex, and explicit sex scenes. Recommended for 17+


I have issues. Like, serious, major issues. And, the last thing I want or need is a man in my life to make things more complicated. Unfortunately for me my roommates drop dead gorgeous brother seems hell bent on seducing me. And, what’s worse is that he’s kind of the perfect guy. Resisting him just might kill me.


I don’t do relationships. I prefer to keep things casual, and I’m always up front with women so that no one ever gets hurt. But, my sister’s new roommate…yeah I might have a small obsession. Or, maybe I should say a TARDIS obsession because there’s a 100% chance that it’s bigger on the inside. What the hell is a guy supposed to do though when he meets a woman who is not only beautiful but also feisty, fun, and way into nerd culture? I may be doomed.


A solid and fulfilling love story. 

I’m surprised by how much I enjoyed this debut novel. Worth the Wait is a romance that is almost an erotic New Adult – it’s that HOT. Even though there’s some drama and angst, the author was able to make it not only sexy, but also fun and sweet.

I consider myself a nerd, so I couldn’t pass this one. I loved the characters and the fact that their romance started with a friendship that developed into something more. Ethan deserves the hero title. I was very happy with how the author penned their growth, they decided to finally face their issues and deal with them in healthy way. Often what we see is how the significant other is able to fix everything, while realizing they have the strength to overcome their obstacles – or look for professional help- creates a much more fulfilling and believable ending. 

The cover doesn’t do this book justice. The plot flowed really well and K.M. Neuhold wrote delicious dialogue and scorching dirty talk! This story gripped me until the end, I couldn’t put it down! I can’t wait to read the next book in the series – Asher, here I come!


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