M. Mabie – The Wake Series Reading Order

by Maryse on September 26, 2015 · 1 comment

in Reading Order Guide:

<— I’m hearing this is a What to Read After Arsen ALERT! At least that’s what some of our fellow readers are saying (and book #3 was JUST released)!

Jamie: Bait by M. Mabie definitely needs to be added to this list.

Vivian: You NEED to add The Wake Series by Mo Mabie. YOU WILL LOVE THIS SERIES!

Jen: loved it!!

Claudia: Maryseeee!! You MUST read Bait!! Drove me insane, so much angst, I don’t know who I want to smack first him or her :( … pleaseeeee read this book! You will love it :) )

SherryD: …left a large impression on me.

Milissa: Maryse I read Bait and u and I usually have the same thoughts on books.. Let me just say I wanted to punch the female main character in the face. Are maybe B**ch slap her and she does get b**ch slapped. And it ends in a big ch. I wanted to throw that book across the room.

Rachel: Finished Bait. It was everything I wanted. Beautiful, well developed cast of characters, glorious ache, brought out all kinds of feelings as I read. My only complaint is that it needs some editing (some pretty obvious grammar mistakes and misspelled words). I would not consider the ending a traditional cliffhanger. It may or may not end in the way you want or expect, and it ends with a promise of more, but it felt like the end of a Batman or Spider-Man, where it’s mostly wrapped up with just a hint of what’s to come. The problem is, you’ll likely want more right away. I can’t wait to hear what you think, Maryse. I loved it. …Bait hangover. Don’t be scared, ladies! Toski, who also follows Maryse and is on the recovery FB page, said Bait is the love child of Thoughtless, Avoiding Commitment, and The Opportunist. So if you like those kinds of books, you’ll probably love Bait.

About book #1:

He was trouble from the start, but I couldn’t resist.
She was the best kind of trouble. The kind that was so wrong, it felt right.

I’ve tried and failed to stay away from him.
I’ve done everything in my power to make her mine and keep her.

He’s almost impossible to say no to.
She never tells me yes.

We’re always fighting.
When we’re not fighting, we’re… well… making up.

He makes me laugh so hard.
I miss her laugh the most.

I’m a liar.
She knows the truth, but won’t admit it.

Sometimes, I wish I’d never met him.
I wish we could meet all over again. I’d do better.

His girlfriend knows.
The guy she’s with is a fool.

I’ll never love anyone like I love him.
She doesn’t love me enough to choose us.

It was the wrong place.
It was the wrong time.

It should have been him.
It will always be her.


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Cheryl September 26, 2015 at 4:50 PM

This sounds really good and book one is free. ;)

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