Silence by Becca Fitzpatrick

When she awakes in a cemetery, Nora Grey isn’t sure what to make of her situation.  She soon finds out that she’s been missing for weeks – with no one knowing where she was or who she was with – and she can’t remember the past 5 months of her life.  She wants to get her life back on track but she quickly finds that there’s a nagging voice in the back of her head telling her that something isn’t right.  She has visions of angel wings and she meets people that aren’t who they seem.  Nora knows something’s up and she begins to wonder if all of it has to do with her disappearance.

Then Nora meets a dark, sexy stranger that she feels an incredible pull towards.  She can’t help but think she’s met him before and slowly but surely she finds herself falling in love… all over again.

This is the third book in Becca Fitzpatrick’s Hush, Hush series and I think it might just be my favorite book in the series thus far.  It almost makes you ache knowing who the mysterious Jev is and wanting so much for Nora to get her memory back so she knows exactly what’s going on.  This is also the book that basically leads to a war between two different races; it’s that point where you go to flip a coin and it’s spinning in the air and you’re anxiously waiting for it to drop.  I cannot wait to see what happens next so Becca Fitzpatrick better get writing!

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