★•**•.★REVIEW: Wishing on the Water by Elizabeth York★•**•.★

Ok Boys and Girls, Ladies and Gents, please make sure to strap yourselves in for the ride you are about to take. Keep your hands inside the ride and on your partner if need be ;). Wishing on the Water by Elizabeth York is full of twists and turns, highs and lows. It is a rollercoaster of emotions. It is a ride I would willing pay to take again!

Elizabeth York is going to take your emotions and show you that you do indeed have all the emotions that you are meant to have!! She seems to have this down to an art form. So be prepared to the gauntlet of emotions. Just a fair warning ya’ll.

Wishing on the Water starts off in the most heart wrenching of ways, with the funeral of Candice’s fiancé, Chase. Seriously how heartbreaking and even more so when we find out that he died in the line of duty. Yep boys and girls he was a cop.

We watch as Candice learns to cope with his loss, with the ultimate betrayal and when her fiancé’s undercover work starts to seep into her everyday life we watch as Jax, Chase’s partner and Candice’s best friend, tries to protect Candi, face the cold hard reality, and move on.

I’m gonna give fair warning that this book has a HUGE cliffhanger. So make sure that your iPad, kindle, e-reader, and anything around you is unbreakable. Wishing on the Water will leave you gasping for air and begging for more.

I, for one, cannot wait for book 2 of this series and will be stalking Elizabeth until I get what I want. On a side note, for those that have read Surviving Brooklyn, you get to see Brooklyn and Mark. I absolutely loved that she was able to connect the two series!! It was like having long lost friends reappear for more fun!

I hope that you guys jump on the roller coaster with me and enjoy it as much as I did. Thank you Elizabeth York for another suspenseful, romantic, action packed book.

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