Wednesday, December 30, 2015


"I was always told never to wish on the first star at night. If everyone wishes on the first star, how can the star keep up? Rain drops are plentiful and there are thousands. They wash away the filth and carry it to a better place. So when you make a wish, wish on the water and let it carry your fears away."

Candice-Leigh Carson, a New York City best-selling author, was engaged to one of NYPD's finest. She was living the dream until she lost her fiancé, quit her job and moved, leaving behind the only family she ever knew. She left her best friend Jaxson, without saying goodbye. In her quest to find herself, would she ever find love again?

Jaxson Monroe, one of NYPD's finest, lost his partner when an undercover job went south. After spending a night with his partner's lover, Candice, she flees into the night. He loved Candice and had promised his partner he would protect her. It was his fault she ran, but he quickly found himself in the arms of another. Would Jaxson ever convince Candice to come home or did he prefer another woman? Would their love survive his betrayal and her abandonment?

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Elizabeth York

Water Wishes which is book 2 in the series.. will be out approx. 1/16/16...  
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My Review -

Received a copy of this book via the author for a hones review

Oh wow Just wow.. this book was beyond amazing... I loved it... now I need book 2 ASAP... Holy Major CLIFFY.... WTF..... that ending was *gasps* ..

I soooooo Loved Candice and Jax... such amazing chemistry.. I had a feeling about a few of the things that happened... and did I ever nail it.. I loved that we got to see Brooklyn and Mark.. I loved them from Surviving Brooklyn.. :-).

Jax was beyond amazing.. I just loved him soooo.. Candice was awesome too.. so loved her.. god I just want to go on and on and just tell you everything about this book.. but I wont.. if you have not read this please please do so..

GAH I need book 2............
Read and reviewed by Gail with Night and Day Book Blog

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