Brian (Baz) Zakins has dreamed of becoming a
pro-surfer since he was a child. At twenty-two, he knows he's running out of time to attract a sponsorship.
Miley Rose never should have been in the water that afternoon. Tourists have no business swimming in local surfing areas, but there she was, being taken under by a ten foot swell.
What Baz didn't realize was that saving this beautiful woman would have devastating consequences; ones that may potentially rob him of everything he ever wanted.
This is the story of
loss - pain- and finding the courage to continue
when none seems possible.
Find out if love can save a lost soul, or if the majestic waves of the sea will wash away the hope for a new future.
A heartfelt Journey.
Wave deals with many issues, Huntington's disease awareness, depression, suicidal thoughts,grief with so many heavy subjects baring down on the plot it was a hard read to enjoy, it was just simply a heartwarming and heartfelt story.
Two characters thrown together by pain, fate and circumstance.
Two people who have had their fare share of woes.
Two characters who found each other at the right time and learned to live life to the full side by side and enter a world of new beginnings together.
I've read previous books by this author and Wave is very different and I cannot compare other than Jenn's ability to get the thoughts and feelings of the characters across to the reader as they tell their story in dual pov's.
I learned about a disease I had little knowledge of and want to thank Jenn for enlightening me.
Arc gratefully received for review purposes
A beautifully interpreted story of perseverance.
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