Candice Carson, was a best-selling author, who thought she had found her happily ever after. She found a great guy in, Jaxson Monroe, and married him. But her deceased fiance who was not dead walked into the church and ruined her plans.
Jaxson Monroe, a NYPD detective, knew that Candice was the love of his life, but when his best friend returns from the grave to take his new wife all bets are off.
Will their new love survive the old familiar love?
Will best friends make amends or will it end six feet under?
"If stars can't hold your wishes and water only drowns them, then who do you turn to when your faith loses it's way?"
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About the Author
Elizabeth was accepted into the Romance Writers of America organization in May of 2015.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Woah!! This is the second book and conclusion of the Water Series, and I needed this. I HAD TO find out what was going to happen!! I thought that I did, kind of, depending on the moment, but really, you don't know.. well, not yet, or now either. Possibly not yet. Can Ms. York weave a an amazing story!! Yes, you will be frustrated, but she makes it so worth it!! This Author quickly went from a new-to-me Author to a go-to, recommended to anyone who wants a real story! A story to get lost in and enjoy the ride until the end, and possibly, thereafter.
Favorite Quotes: “I wanted to make her fertilizer and plant a rose garden over her, but I was going to be the bigger person.” “Chase seemed to pop up like a pimple on prom night. Always in the wrong place at the wrong time, and you don’t know how the hell he got there.” “My mom used to say if something is weighing on you. Then go watch something worse and you will be grateful for the minor issue you started with.” My Review: I struggled in determining how to rate this series. This series is what I would consider an angsty and melancholy read, which, admittedly, is not my cup of tea - despite the occasional humor and delicious sensual scenes. I suffered more than a bit from the constant angst as well as a case of whiplash from the heinous back and forth and selfish behavior of one of the most unlikable main characters I can ever recall. However, the story was also intriguing, compelling, steamy, and well written, some much so and to my consternation - I could not stop reading it! The story line was up and down - full of broken promises, regrets, betrayal, guilt, resentment, and jealousy; yet tempered with smoking hot and steamy bits, fun humor, and witty banter during the up periods. My biggest issue was with the main character of Candice – she was a deplorable person and a general asshat… I had a hard time caring about her. She was immature and extremely selfish, and caused considerable pain to everyone who cared about her as her default setting was that of an escape artist. However, I did enjoy her sense of humor and her periods of “thinking with her writer brain.” I snorted and totally agreed with the observation she made of herself when she noted, “I sounded like a trailer park reality series.” Yes! Spot on! Poor Jax, I wondered if he was a masochist as the delicious man just kept letting her wound him, she must have had magical lady bits.