Josephine O’Shea’s life is not going as planned. James, her handsome litigator boyfriend broke up with her, she despises her job, and some anonymous creep has been following her and leaving her threatening notes. She’s just about given up on James when he offers her a position at his firm. Taking this as a sign that he’s still interested in her, she accepts the job and becJosephine O’Shea’s life is not going as planned. James, her handsome litigator boyfriend broke up with her, she despises her job, and some anonymous creep has been following her and leaving her threatening notes. She’s just about given up on James when he offers her a position at his firm. Taking this as a sign that he’s still interested in her, she accepts the job and becomes singularly focused on winning him back. That is until a tall, muscular artist named Will enters the picture. Jo must decide whether she should ignore her growing connection with Will and keep pursuing James or discard her preconceived notions and let herself fall for a man that she believes isn't right for her, all while trying to figure out who is stalking her. ***Contains explicit language and sexual content. Mature audiences only.***...
|Title||:||Waiting for Jo|
|Number of Pages||:||464 Pages|
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Waiting for Jo Reviews
I really enjoyed this book. I couldn't put it down. It was well written, and I really loved the characters. I seriously connected with Jo, and I totally fell in love with Will. I was also on the edge of my seat trying to figure out who the stalker is. And the sex scenes were HOT! This book was the perfect mix of suspense, romance, and hot sex. I cannot wait to figure out what happens in the next book. Hurry up and write the second one SR!
Requested Review: Waiting for Jo by S. R. BradshawRating = 3.5/5Caliber SEAL: FAVORABLE READ Book one of the Josephine O’Shea trilogy delivers suspense and drama with a tinge of heat!Review goes live at 00:00 hours MVT, October 24, 2013!
3 & 1/2 stars from Iva for Kota's Book KollectionWaiting for Jo by S.R. Bradshaw is a suspenseful romance with an intriguing storyline, and some sexual content. For the past few months, Josephine or Jo as she prefers to be called, has been pining for her ex boyfriend James, and is therefore excited when he contacts her and asks her to meet up with him. Jo's hopeful fantasies are dashed when not long after arriving she ends up wearing a glass of wine that the attractive new waiter - Will - brings for her. Several more encounters with Will ensue and a friendship and mutual attraction quickly develops. Jo is hesitant to explore her attraction to Will due to her lingering feelings for James. James keeps Jo hopeful of resuming their relationship by offering Jo a new job working alongside him and once she accepts, he continues to display some longing for what they once had. Add to that, the presence of an increasingly threatening stalker and you can see why Jo is finding it hard to work out who she wants to be with.This is one of those stories that has so much potential but misses it's mark due to the delivery. I found I wasn't convinced of the emotional aspects in the story. That said, I didn't struggle through the book and was quite happy reading it. I think the author did a very good job of juggling the many conflicts within the story, and that the ideas and plot points are what make this book easy to read.The story is told from Jo's perspective. Jo is a paralegal, who lives alone with a little dog and enjoys a fine wine or two. I didn't feel like I got to know Jo any better than the other characters in the book, despite her narration. Most of her thoughts were told like dialogue and reactive to the situation she was in. I think this dampened any chance of feeling empathy for her in a more intimate capacity.Will was great, he was compassionate as well as passionate but I felt his reaction to conflict and disappointment was immature in comparison to the proactive way he dealt with other situations within the book. This weakened him as a desirable lead, but also made him more authentic in a way.James came over as an arsehole, which I believe the author intended, however I was so disconnected to Jo that it didn't concern me that he had her all in knots over the hope of getting back together.The pace of the story is good and it is far from a poor read, but a lot of the emotional impact dissipates due to the writing style.http://kotasbookkollection.blogspot.c...
An okay story, I enjoyed the mystery suspense aspect, until the end. I hate being able to guess who a villain is early in a story. I had no idea who it was in this story and couldn't have possibly figured it out as it made no sense to me. I mean the guy was crossed off a suspect list early on.....and unless I missed something it was never explained how it could have been him. There are other reasons it didn't make sense, but I can't go into that without giving away spoilers.It annoyed me the way Jo put up with the way James treated her and astounded me how Will put up with it. However the story did keep me engaged.
This book grabbed my attention from page 1. It's well-written, has good pacing, and keeps you hooked til the very end. I could totally relate to Jo and her dilemmas, and I loved her bestie Harley and her spunk! The dialogue is great, and the sex is hot, hot, hot! S.R. Bradshaw is a natural story-teller, and I can't wait to see what happens in the sequel!
An alright mystery. I was not a big fan of thr female MC. I understand that Jo is young but some of her actions were almost juvenile.