Book Review, The Silent Waters by Brittainy C. Cherry.

The Silent Waters (Elements, #3)
The Silent Waters by Brittainy C. Cherry
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
REVIEWED BY Monique Cashmere

Brittainy C. Cherry has a way with characters that has you fall in love with them, root for them and wish every HEA imaginable for them. Maggie is no exception, especially after the ordeal she witnessed, and suffers from, as a kid. She looses her voice but Brooks gives her a necklace with an anchor charm on it, vowing to always be her friend and to hear her silence.

These two have a long history together, they meet at age 6 and form a bond that is hard to break. He becomes her anchor, as promised, even when his dreams take him away. They try to maintain a relationship, but sometimes you need to let the one you love go, for follow their path. They have a common bond of loving books, and will send each other new novels to read, cementing their friendship.

Brooks is every girls swoon, he is intuitive and caring and just damn sexy. Though he has to find himself along the way, after feeling like his life is drowning. And who will be there for him? Maggie, who knows that her love for him is more powerful than any devil put in her path. I loved this girl, and cried with her through the years with different obstacles. And how can you not love a girl that loves chocolate, like every wise person! Also, her father was the sweetest man, kissing her every day and telling her – “The world keeps spinning because your heartbeats exist”. Just magical.

I am enjoying this series, and even though they are standalones, they all have a certain feel and angst and emotion connecting them. Each book has been 5 stars, and my opinion is this book is the best one yet. There is one more element book to be released, and I have a feeling that I will be saying that one will be my new favourite. Just spectacular.

I received a copy for an honest review.
Reviewed for JoandIsaLoveBooks.

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