I was so thrilled to hear that Becca Fitzpatrick’s Hush, Hush series has been signed for a fourth book. I love these characters. I love this world quite a bit. After acquiring the third, and newly released, book in the series I all but devoured it at breakneck pace. I missed being with these characters so much.
After the events at the end of book two, Nora wakes up in a strange place with no memory of the past several months. She is returned home to her Mother, who thinks she was kidnapped the entire time. Nora tries to recall what happened but the memory loss is severe. Everyone thinks it is stress but the gap in her memory doesn’t match up with the amount of time she was missing. She begins to notice other things are amiss as well. Her friends are acting strange, her mother is dating someone new, and Nora can’t recall the most important person in her life and, worse yet, doesn’t even notice his absence.
Silence was what I wanted this week. I loved being back in this world. Frankly, Fitzpatrick could write five more books following these characters and I would be on board. I found the amnesia plot line very intriguing. However, once again Nora and Patch do not spend a lot of time together. It felt a tad repetitive of book two for me…Argh, the sexual tension in this book. I just want these characters together with NO drama between them and NO ONE trying to separate them. No such luck though, considering the INSANE PLOT TWIST at the end of this book…yeah. Not going to spoil, just going to fuss and whinge and bemoan the fact that these two characters spend far too much time apart and not enough time together. I fell in love with book one because of their banter and their chemistry. I want more of that. I love the twists and turns and bumps in the road, but I just want these two characters together. For good. Whimper.
I can’t really complain much. The book is pretty much perfect. It’s a high 4 out of 5 stars…like a 4.7. I’m just over the distance between the two. Fitzpatrick, you can write five more books after this, but if you find a way to keep these two apart that entire time we are going to be having words.
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