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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Waiting on Wednesday: Tanya by Rebecca Rogers Maher

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"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

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Tanya—a recovering alcoholic—meets Jack at a roadside stop on the way to her sister’s wedding. Hoping to drown her sorrows in the company of a stranger, she brings him back to her motel room.
The next day, shaken by the intensity of the experience, Tanya joins her sister’s bridal party at an upscale mountain lodge. There, she meets the groom’s family for the first time, including his brother, Jack—just home from the Peace Corps and reeling from his night with the bold, beautiful woman he thought he’d never see again.

Both at a crossroads in their lives, Tanya and Jack collide for one explosive weekend. Will they choose the safety of past regrets, or will they be brave enough to embrace the present—together?

Release Date: April 30, 2014

Author’s Goodreads page  (book wasn’t available to add at the time of this posting)

Why I’m waiting…

I loved The Bridge. The writing was gorgeous. The romance - raw and beautiful. In fact it was on my Top Reads list for 2013. It also helped me discover one of my new favorite authors. So basically, I’m excited whenever Rebecca Rogers Maher announces a new book.

Tanya is the sequel to The Bridge, and the third book in the Class Acts trilogy. I can’t wait to get a glimpse of the characters from the previous two books.

If you like intelligent, intense romance – give this author a shot.

Series order:
Hurricane Lily
The Bridge
Tanya

I read them completely out of order, so it’s possible to just dive in without being lost.

17 comments:

  1. Not my particular taste but I do hope you enjoy it nonetheless. :)
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  2. Sounds interesting! But I'm not sure I'm ready for another 'series' right now. Hope you enjoy it, though.
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    1. The good thing about this series it you can read each book as a stand alone. They are only loosely connected.

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  3. Love the cover and sounds good, and hope that you get to read it soon.

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  4. Yes!!! I haven't even started Rebecca's books, but am already a fan. I can't wait!

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    1. I KNOW you're going to love her.

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  5. Love the cover! Great pick

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  6. I don' t think this one is for me, I am tired of these broken character romances and all the drama. I am on the hunt for light and fun.

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    1. I hear ya on that! Me too but I enjoy the way she writes these stories. They're simpler and not so angst driven even though they are also intense.

      Light and fun are my favorite though!

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  7. Ooh interesting. I'm glad you like the series so much.

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    1. TBH - I didn't even realize it was a series lol

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  8. Oh I'm going to have to add the author to my must read list!

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    1. I really loved The Bridge and Fault Lines.

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