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  • Paperback
  • 186 pages
  • A Bolt from the Blue (Worth the Wait, #2)
  • Maggie Wells
  • 22 July 2017
  • 9781516102532

10 thoughts on “A Bolt from the Blue (Worth the Wait, #2)

  1. says:

    tl dr sweet and sexy romance that I d love to see expanded The story Even as a person merely in my early thirties, I ve been noticing and than I m older than most of the people in the novels I read For some reason, it seems to be accepted as fact that 20 somethings are the only type of people that have interesting things happen to them, particularly in romance novels Is that because it s too depressing to envision people in their 40s and 50s and still unattached Rather than depressing, we should find it hopeful it s never too late to find love A Bolt from the Blue is a second chance romance, since it is the second love of your life for Hope Elliot See, even less depressing Two true loves in one lifetime After nearly a lifetime away from the city she grew up in, Hope has to return to settle her late parents estate and deal with the personality clash that happens to be her sister Things heat up literally when lightning strikes the house and starts a small fire, causing some damage to the house s outdated electrical system Hope is evidently a brazen old broad, because she wastes no time seducing Mick, the master electrician recommended to her by the first response unit They embark on a sordid affair, one that Hope makes no secret is limited time only, since she fully intends to return to her home in Fra...


  2. says:

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads 4.5 s This is the second in the series and the first I have read, but I will be going to find the first, as this is a well written book, which I read in one sitting Stories of second chances at love can become a little maudlin, or dismissive of the first relationship That is avoided here by a few very subtle references and one scene which brilliantly gets into Hope s head and gives us her thoughts which are very much off topic at a crucial moment So insightful, honest and very effective at bringing her feelings to the fore There are some painfully humorous moments when she re engages with the society that she ran away to avoid, and her sister is pretty beastly too But her interactions with Mick are at times funny, sexy and poignant It would be difficult not to laugh at some of her adventures, but there is a lost quality to her life that only she can resolve and Mick is both aware of that and...


  3. says:

    Maggie Wells never writes wishy washy characters Her characters always know who they are, even if sometimes they re not sure about what they want The joy is always in reading about these strong characters finding their happy ever afterssometimes even though they don t think that s what they re looking for Realistic characters, spot on banter, plots that pull you in from the first page all reasons that I keep coming back to this author Also, since I ve been a fan for a long, long time now, this story was especially fun because of all of the sort of secret messages hi...


  4. says:

    A Bolt from the Blue is a seasoned romance novel at its finest Hope Elliot and Mick McInnes were wonderful characters I love that the characters were in their early 50 s as their conflicts were mature and relatable to my age Hope deals with widowhood, finances and whether or not to colour her hair Mick has an adult daughter and proves that no matter how old our children get, we still carry around their well being on our minds Regardless of Mick and Hope s age, the steamy beginnings of a relationship are completely valid and super hot Another relatable notion of mine Mick of course has aged like fine wine but it is Hope that I adored the most Her free spirit, independence and her lust for life was so admirable She didn t cower or act shy and she is completely in tune with her personality as well as her body Nothing is appealing in a romance than to read about an awesome woman that I d like to emulate I so enjoyed reading their story I loved the writing It was incredibl...


  5. says:

    Hope returns to Chicago to help settle her parents estate Her sister Diana is livid that Hope was next executor Diana is a snob and jerk to the nth degree I like Hope, she is an older well traveled wido...


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A Bolt from the Blue (Worth the Wait, #2) True Love, Like Lightning, Never Strikes Twice Or Does It As A Free Spirited Young Woman, Hope Elliot Was Desperate To Escape Her Snobbish High Society Family So She Ran Off To Paris, Where She Lived For Twenty Five Years Now Widowed, She S Come Home To Settle Her Family S Massive Lakefront Estate But Before She Can Put Her Mother S House On The Market, It Needs A Major Renovation Enter Master Electrician Mick McInnes, A Traditional Guy Who S About To Turn Her Life Upside Down.Aside From The Fact That Mick Is Hopelessly Attracted To His Latest Client, Hope Represents Everything He Doesn T Want In A Woman She S Ridiculously Rich And Adventurous, Yet She Doesn T Seem To Know Much About The Real World Besides, His Policy Is To Never Get Involved With Clients But He Can T Seem To Resist The Chicago Heiress S Sizzling Advances And Soon Enough Finds Himself In Her Bed, Feeling Like A Teenager Once Again And Like Teenagers, The Two Of Them Will Just Have To Convince Their Families That Opposites Can Not Only Attract, But They Can Also Make The Perfect Match.


About the Author: Maggie Wells

Maggie Wells is a deep down dirty girl with a weakness for hot heroes and happy endings By day she is buried in spreadsheets, but at night she pens tales of people tangling up the sheets The product of a charming rogue and a shameless flirt, this mild mannered married lady has a naughty streak a mile wide.You can find her online at