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    Making Faces by Amy Harmon

    I can’t even put together a summary of the book because telling anything more than just “a coming-of-age story met with tragedy and healing romance.” Making Faces is more that just a must-read; it’s required reading. [~Angie 5/5 stars]

    The Missionary by Jack Wilder

    The Missionary is tough to read. The subject matter is raw, real, and disgusting. It is not a fantasy. Wren and Stone find solace and a connection to reality in one another while being immersed in the horror of their circumstances. [5/5 stars]

    Sweet Dreams by Kristen Ashley

    Sweet Dreams is long and with a fair amount of depth (thatswhatshesaid), and it’s everything I love about falling into a Kristen Ashley book. [5/5 stars]

    Losing Control by Nina Croft

    Perfect for a beach read when you don’t want to be a slobbering, crying mess around other people or need a break from an emotions-wrecking book, Losing Control is one to have on hand. [4/5 stars]

    Sweet Thing by Renee Carlino

    The main characters, Mia and Will, are entirely relatable and yet so frustrating. Through the push and pull of their relationship, my emotions got the better of me, both in angst and in happiness. [4.5/5 stars]

    Going Under by S. Walden

    Going Under is riveting, well-written, tragic, and eye-opening. I highly recommend it for anyone looking for a not-so-typical, emotional roller coaster of a romance story. [5/5 stars]