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Now, to be perfectly honest, I'm not sure how to word a review without giving away spoilers, lol.
This book starts from the exact point Wishing on Water finished, right as someone believed to be long gone makes an unexpected appearance as Candice and Jax have just said I do!
The book as expected revolves around Candy trying to get her head round what has happened and where her life goes from here. That's about all I can say really, and that is pretty much stating the obvious, lol. What I will say though is what you think is going to happen?... nope. How you think it will end?... not really. Straightforward plot?.. not a chance. Lots of twists in this, lots of WOW moments and a few occasions where I really didn't know how anything would turn out.
Of course though, this is an Elizabeth York novel and so I should have known not to expect anything, because she seems to be the newest edge of your seat author. I really enjoyed this one, maybe not quite as much as book 1 and the Brooklyn Books but it is definitely a 4.5 almost 5 for me.
The book has everything you could need, it is funny (seriously really funny at times), it has attitude by the bucket load and it is packet to the rafters with drama and suspense.
I doubt there is another ounce of emotion that the author could have squeezed into the pages – she left nothing behind.
The book is a swift read in as much as the author doesn’t dwell unnecessarily, she allows the characters to dictate their own pace and they are not hanging about!
Candice is one of my favourite female characters in a long time, she is so funny and but in other respects she seems so fragile, perhaps not physically but certainly emotionally, she was torn as to what to do in many ways and her situation was far from simple and her decisions far from simple, I felt so sorry for her sometimes.
Could she find a way to make herself happy, what decision would she make?
This tale is full of suspense and emotion, and I was enthralled from the very beginning of this series. Do Candice and Jax have a HEA? Really, you need to read this for yourself. I will definitely be placing Elizabeth on my favourites and 1-click lists! Congratulations on an amazing job well done!