Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Book Review: Silence


                                             Today's review is on Silence by Becca Fitzpatrick

Silence is the third installment in Fitzpatrick's Hush, Hush series and it had me turning page after page until I came to the end.

I loved each book in this series, and though I hated the fact that Patch had to protect Marcie and that Nora couldn't deal with it in the previous book, I was happy to see that she regained her backbone and spunk in this one.

Silence begins when Nora wakes up one evening in the cemetery. She is cold, lost, and confused. Finally reaching home she finds that she has been missing for the past five months. Five months that she cannot seem to remember. During that time, many things have changed. For one, her mother has been dating Hank Millar. The father of worst enemy Marcie.

Through the chapters Nora tries to piece together the events of the past five months while trying to also move on with her life. Along the way she meets with danger, excitement, and a dashing man with deep, black, eyes. She doesn't know why she is drawn so deeply to him or why she feels utterly safe when he is by her side. She only knows that she cannot get him off of her mind.

Finally, with the help of Scott Parnell she is able to put the pieces of the puzzle beck together again. She remembers almost everything, but needs Jev to bring it all back to her.

When realization hits home, Nora knows what she has to do and now that Patch (Jev) is by her side nothing can stand in their way.

I loved the way the author used Nora's memory loss. It was great to see Nora fall in love with Patch all over again. There is just something about him that makes us all fall in love with him. His unending love for Nora is a love that I think all women are looking for. He is willing to sacrifice anything for the one he loves, even his wings.

4 of 5 stars


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