ARC Review: Worth the Wait by K.M. Neuhold


Worth the Wait (Sexy Nerd Boys #1)
Author: K.M. Neuhold
Genre: Romance, New Adult, Contemporary
Release Date: August 6th, 2015
Published By: K.M. Neuhold

WHR Synopsis


I have issues. Like, serious, major issues. And, the last thing I want or need is a man in my life to make things more complicated. Unfortunately, for me my roommates drop dead gorgeous brother seems hell bent on seducing me. And, what’s worse is that he’s kind of the perfect guy. Resisting him just might kill me.


I don’t do relationships. I prefer to keep things casual, and I’m always up front with women so that no one ever gets hurt. But, my sister’s new roommate…yeah, I might have a small obsession. Or, maybe I should say a TARDIS obsession because there’s a 100% chance that it’s bigger on the inside. What the hell is a guy supposed to do though when he meets a woman who is not only beautiful but also feisty, fun, and way into nerd culture? I may be doomed.




I wasn’t really sure what I was going into when I started reading this book. I read the synopsis but to be frank, I’d never read a K.M. Neuhold book before. In fact, I’d never heard of the woman. After having read Worth the Wait, that is SUCH a shame. I loved this book to the point that I didn’t want to put it down. 😀

So I devoured it! I loved the characters, even though at first I was unsure if I’d like Ethan. Abby really has issues, just like the synopsis says. To that extent, it covers the book wonderfully! What it can’t tell you, however, is how much you will fall for these characters. Not just the main ones either, that have an intense chemistry that they both fight, but also the co-characters too. I fell in LOVE with Asher!

If you’re looking for something new, something that you won’t want to put down… something that might just have you up all night, flipping pages. Read this book! Characters, plot, chemistry, wonderful writing  and a wee bit of angst. It has it all.

My only complaint and it wasn’t even enough to get me to lower my rating, was the grammatical errors you might find. They just weren’t jarring enough to bring me out of the story.

Overall, five stars! Loved it!


5 star


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