A beautifully interpreted story of perseverance.
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 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.
3.5 Great Stars!
Wave is a great story about a girl who has suffered loss and felt alone much of her life, and all she wants more than anything is for that feeling to go away. After taking a trip to Hawaii and not only making an attempt to destroy her life, she finds herself in a place where another has been affected by her actions. Through everything though she finds herself caring for someone, for developing feelings for another and having purpose in her life again, but will that be enough for her Miley.
Baz is a good looking surfer who wants nothing more in his life other than redemption. He wants to redeem himself, to prove that he is better than his past self was, that young kid who was into trouble and ended up in jail. The downfall to all of his plans happens the moment he makes a choice to save another life. Saving another life takes away the only goal he had set for his life, can he recover from such an event and still find the redemption he had hoped for.
This book does have some very sad points, there is loss and lots of pain within it’s pages, but I promise there’s also so much more than that as well, there’s hope for two young lives. Hope that there’s more than they could have ever thought of for their lives, love that they never imagined to feel and a future they each can’t turn away from. I really did enjoy reading this story. I wish there had been just a little more dialogue between the two but I was very happy with the story and how it ended. Thank you Jennifer Foor for allowing me the opportunity to read your book and review it for my blog.