Waiting for Willa
From New York Times Bestselling Author Kristen Proby comes the newest installment in her beloved Big Sky Series…
Max Hull left Cunningham Falls a long time ago. Thanks to his killer instincts and business smarts, he’s come back to town richer than anyone’s wildest imagination. Now he’s closer to his family, living in his dream home, and at the top of his career—it sure looks like he has it all.
All but one thing. And she’s not interested.
Willa Monroe and Max were childhood sweethearts. She daydreamed about their wedding day and named their children, but Max’s dreams were bigger than her. After high school, he left her behind without another word. Now, Willa is a single mother and a successful business owner, and the heartbreak of losing Max was a very long time ago.
She’s moved on.
But when he walks into her shop and back into her life, suddenly it feels like no time has passed at all. He’s as handsome as ever, and more charming than she remembered. Once he makes friends with her son and turns his attention on her, how long will she be able to resist him?
And does she really want to? Sometimes you do get a second chance at first love.
Max and Willa
Loved this one—more sweet than sexy and more love than lust...was a little bit of a tear jerker too.
One annoying thing for me though was inconsistent character descriptions from supplemental characters and the prior books that were actually about them (in this book, Jacob’s last name is Berkley...in the book Saving Grace—which is about him and Grace—his last name is Baxter).
Kristen Proby is one of the few writers that I consider one click for purchasing. Just like withWaiting for Willa! Which .is a passionate, full of depth, soul and overflowing with such love storyline. That instantly falls into steps with Kristen Proby writing style. Wrapping you in the cocoon of love, heart, and. All while the emotional undertones are piercing me, with every word radiating off like they have their own radio frequency to slice you and embed into your thoughts. Raining in you till you don’t want to leave this storytelling word ever again!!! Seriously can I live just live in Waiting for Willa! Which?
I don't care if I broke down a little I just need some more time with Max and Willa.
Not my favorite
I love Kristen Proby as an author, but I admit to not being able to get past the first date scene in this book. I skimmed the rest and, for me, it’s not worth going back to read. Willa is far too forgiving. Max didn’t deserve a second chance with her, and there is no way she wouldn’t have had all kinds of issues with his abandonment of her and his later being witness to her husbands death. He proved he wasn’t able to support her - ever - until it was a good time for him. A single mom couldn’t take a risk in trusting someone like that.